‘Taxi Lines’ – A New York Original Painting by Paul Kenton.
96" x 48", Mixed media on Aluminium. New York Taxis Original Painting by Contemporary Cityscape Artist Paul Kenton. Available to Purchase.
96" x 48"
Mixed Media on Canvas
Black floating frame
Now and again you do a painting, and for some reason, it just feels right. There was a moment when everything came together in this piece. I am so pleased that this piece has resonated with so many people on social media, having had 32 million views, 5 million likes, and so many positive comments. It means so much to me.
@paulkenton Those finishing touches.. 😉#art #arttok #newyork ♬ Beat Goes On – The All Seeing I
@paulkentonEverything comes together when I add the taxi headlights 🚖💡🌁
96" x 48", Mixed Media on Canvas
This painting is part of Paul Kenton's New York Collection. Click here to visit the whole collection, to view more New York Cityscape original paintings and prints.
“Taxi Lines” is an Original Cityscape Painting of New York. Paul regularly visits New York to continue to find new urban landscapes and skylines for inspiration. Join Paul on one of these trips in this video from his YouTube channel here. You can also read about Paul’s travels to the Big Apple to gather inspiration for his first solo exhibition in New York in this journal post. If you would like to see more art like this Flatiron building New York painting, please visit the New York Collection.
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A frequent visitor to the New York streets, Paul is passionate about absorbing and drawing inspiration from this most dynamic of cities, hence reflected in this collection of original paintings and prints. 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.