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An appropriate Perspective in NYC

Taxi in New York City, 20 x 16 in., Oil on Canvas, Original Artwork, Unframed

Learn more about this Original Painting @ https://timellmers.com/2017/10/02/an-appropriate-perspective-in-nyc/ ABOUT: ‘Taxi in New York City’ was painted from the imagination of one of the most iconic buildings in New York. This painting depicts just right after the rains had stopped and the sky going pink. DIMENSIONS: 20 x 16 in. (standard size for easy framing) MATERIALS: Painted in professional oil paints on a cotton canvas, stretched on a wooden stretcher frame, canvas has been gessoed with three coats to maintain cotton integrity, paint was mixed with my own personal concentration of oil mediums to give paint strength and adds to protection for years to come (gives a nice soft varnish look when dry). Painting comes unframed, but size is standard so will be affordable. (C) Burge Mountain Artworks, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

$150.00

I was finally able to score some time to paint today before going into work this evening. I am working on another perspective painting. Here is my second attempt using a bigger canvas. Still have some things to work on, but here my step by step process…Enjoy!

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Subject, The famous Flatiron building in NYC.
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Initial Sketch with Charcoal
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Using dark gray to outline my lines
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Finishing the sky – post rain sun breaking through
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Capturing both Light and Darkness based on Sun. Various colors of blue-gray
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Final – Taxi in New York City; 20 x 16 in, Oil on Canvas

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