‘Colour Splash’ – A Contemporary London Abstract Original Painting by Paul Kenton.

40" x 40", Mixed Media on Board. In this striking piece, Paul captures the flashing billboard lights of London's Piccadilly Circus reflecting on a wet pavement. Abstract Art London Original Painting by Contemporary Cityscape Artist Paul Kenton. Available to Purchase.

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Colour Splash

The bright illuminations of London's Piccadilly Circus reflect in puddles of rippling paint that exude liquid energy

Details of this piece

Title

“Colour Splash”

Size

40" x 40"

Media

Mixed Media on Board

Format

Original Painting

Frame

Black floating frame

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Price

£7950

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Colour Splash - Original Abstract London Painting by UK Contemporary Artist Paul Kenton, from the London Collection

Colour Splash

40″ x 40″, Mixed Media on Board

In this statement piece, Paul captures the flashing billboard lights of London’s Piccadilly Circus reflecting on a wet pavement. Using his signature dripping technique, Paul forms pools of paint that ripple and exude liquid energy. A vibrant colour palette further transports us to the bright lights, exciting buzz, and constant sound of this iconic London intersection.

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This original painting is now paired with a 1/1 motion NFT and is listed for auction on Foundation.app

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You might also enjoy these other London paintings from Paul's 365 Project. This was a year-long journey exploring a different range of mediums & working at sizes often smaller, than with his studio pieces. In many cases these formed the studies behind the larger studio works.

View all London paintings in the Paul Kenton / 365 project

‘Colour Splash’ is an Original London Cityscape Painting by Paul Kenton. To explore more like this contemporary abstract painting of Piccadilly Circus please view the London Collection. If you are interested in how Piccadilly Circus’ famous advertising lights have changed over the years, scroll through this fascinating article – ‘100 Years of Amazing Piccadilly Circus Photos’.  Paul regularly visits London to discover new urban landscapes and skylines for inspiration. You can watch Paul exploring and sketching his favourite London sights and landmarks in this video from his YouTube channel. If you enjoyed this video of Paul’s London explorations, you might also like to join Paul on one of his trips to New York.

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