Aerial

Paintings

THE INSPIRATION

The first time I saw New York City from above, I noticed that a fragmented city suddenly

transforms into one cohesive unit. The birds-eye-view, evokes feelings of freedom and eludes to

the vastness of space. Through the color and texture of the oil sticks, the many layers, textures,

strokes and colors intertwine capture the true magnificence of New York City’s skyline. 

Painting from nature is not copying the object;

it is realizing one’s sensations.

- Paul Cézanne

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NEW YORK #38

22X30 INCHES

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NEW YORK #24

23X30 INCHES

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EMPIRE AT NIGHT

60X36 INCHES

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LOOKING WEST

60X36 INCHES

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EAST RIVER

60X36 INCHES

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NYC #10

22X15 INCHES

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GOVERNORS ISLAND

24X30 INCHES

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NEW YORK #35 

22X30 INCHES

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GW BRIDGE

36X48 INCHES

ELLIS ISLAND

32X42 INCHES

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ST. PAUL'S CHAPEL

60X36 INCHES

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ELLIS ISLAND

24X30 INCHES

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