New York series (1 of 2)

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Mixed Media, 2017
17.5 x 26″

After enduring a three-hour timeshare presentation in an upper Manhattan building near Central Park, I emerged from the premises only to be greeted by a gentle mist descending upon the towering cityscape. The fine, almost imperceptible water droplets cascaded down, adding a subtle glow to the otherwise somber urban landscape, creating an interplay of shadows and silhouettes between the buildings. Strangely, this atmospheric phenomenon seemed to compress the spatial distance between the structures, altering their perceived proximity.

In this image, my aim was to recreate the ethereal and fog-like effects I witnessed on that rainy day in New York back in 2017. It was a moment that forged a warm emotional connection with the city’s unique rhythm, which I felt compelled to express through my artwork (painting 1 of 2).

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