Welcome to Paul Kenton’s Gallery – A diverse selection of cityscape, abstract, retro and motorsport art, both original paintings and prints, all available to purchase. Please contact us if you have any questions, require any assistance or would like to arrange a virtual viewing. This can then be arranged via video conferencing via a method suitable to you. Paul’s works are viewable by visting any of the curated Collections on this Gallery page. Alternatively, you can choose to view works in a more basic format using the links below:
The skyline features a unique blend of buildings both old and new that distinguishes the London cityscape from so many other capitals. Paul strives to reresent this iconic element of the city’s culture in all his paintings, always seeking to best highlight the diversity of the architecture and to encapsulate the multitude of moods this provokes.
Possibly the most immediately identifiable skyline in the world, the Manhattan cityscape is utterly enthralling. Whilst there are many easily recognisable skyscrapers in the skyline, walking the streets also feels intimately familiar, as the sights and sounds of timeless photographs, movies and tv shows surround you. Paul strives to bring this energy and intimacy into each of his New York cityscape paintings.
“What an immense impression Paris made upon me. It is the most extraordinary place in the world!”
Within these paintings, Paul employs the luminous effects of watercolour on paper to depict light in the urban landscape, whether that be the glistening rain-slicked streets of New York, or the endearing glow radiating from inside a quiet Parisian café..
Through his original seascape paintings, Paul conveys the immense energy, power and motion of the water, whilst his affinity with the extremes of the natural world is also explored in his original mountainscape paintings.
Vibrant neon paint is dripped, poured and scraped over the metal reflecting a sense of the restlessness of the 1980s with its non-stop development of exciting new technologies.
The thrill, speed and roaring sound of the race tracks is brought to life on tactile aluminium sheets through collage, paint and resin.
You can keep in touch with Paul’s latest work via his social media channels: See photos of latest works, as well as drop in on live plein air and studio painting sessions on Paul’s Instagram channel | Watch archived original painting sessions and timelapses, as well as location and collection videos on Paul’s YouTube channel