I have to admit that before my first trip to New York City, it was one of those cities that I found a bit intimidating. Of course, you can’t grow up in America without hearing about New York City. It’s a city with few peers and a seeming multitude of landmarks. I always imagined visiting but I never quite found the motivation until the chance to meet up there with good friends from past travels materialized. They had been to New York City before and loved the NYC experience enough to repeat it.
It wasn’t my last time in New York City but some of my most iconic New York City prints are from that first trip. I think, at least in some small part, because I was seeing New York City through fresh eyes. Everywhere I looked was a brand new experience and a chance for a new take on some amazing and iconic American landmarks. From the Brooklyn Bridge, to the Statue of Liberty, and the amazing Manhattan skyline at night, there’s a real taste of the Big Apple in this collection of art.
Considering there are no small number of artists who call New York City home and more still who have visited like myself, it is a huge pleasure for me to have captured scenic vistas of New York City that speak to others. Patrons in New York City and beyond the shores of America have purchased my NYC prints for their walls and I have to admit to an amazing sense of pride in that fact. It is no small feat capturing the essence of a larger than life place like New York City. I still look back on my skyline prints in particular have a feeling of hyper-reality. Manhattan in particular has the feeling of a city rendered in CGI more than any I have visited. And yet it’s a city that beats with the heart of the millions of people that call it home. It’s important to remember that the architecture combined with the people of NYC ultimately create the place. And I think my prints speak to that synthesis of skyscrapers and spirits.
To those who already have a little piece of my New York City experience hanging on their walls, thank you so much! And to the future art buyers as well as the past ones, please don’t be a stranger. I would love to discuss the print(s) you select and your impressions of them once you see them in person.
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
This is only a portion of my New York City artwork. I am still in the process of updating my galleries. To see the rest, please see my Full Collection of NYC Prints available through Fine Art America.
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City Lights – Manhattan Skyline from Brooklyn Art Print
I crossed over the beautiful and famous Brooklyn Bridge several times during my short stay in New York City, but the most memorable is probably the night my friends and I crossed over in the late afternoon to see the … Read More
Gold Lights of Manhattan Skyline And Dusk Blue Skies Art Print
This incredibly memorable view of the Manhattan skyline is from the Top of the Rock – the viewing platform at the top of Rockefeller Center. This is where friends and I met on my second night in New York City … Read More
Patriotic Art – The Statue Of Liberty And The Flag
Granted, The Statue of Liberty alone qualifies as patriotic art, but I wanted this artwork to go a step further, and I think you would agree the result is bold and colorful!Â This print is based on my first in … Read More
Brooklyn Bridge – New York City Landmark
I think there are some old landmarks that we fall in love with as much for the idea as the physical architecture. Granted, the Brooklyn Bridge is a great piece of architecture. Everything I’ve read suggests that it was way … Read More
Moon Over The Manhattan Skyline – NYC Art
This particular print of the Manhattan Skyline is a pleasing work of fantasy. My vibrant Moon Over Manhattan is based on one of my New York City skyline photos. It was captured at dusk near the famous Brooklyn Bridge. That … Read More
Windows On Manhattan – Architectural Art Print
It’s architectural photos like this one of windows at night on the streets of Manhattan that I often have the hardest time describing. As a matter of fact this image is so abstract and detailed oriented that I can’t even … Read More
Fulton Ferry Landing – Brooklyn Fireboat House Art Print
One of my last nights in New York, friends and I trekked across the Brooklyn Bridge just before dusk for a bite to eat and to see the city lights of Manhattan from a great vantage point! In recent years, … Read More
Heritage Architecture – DUMBO – Brooklyn Skyline Art Print
Pictured here are buildings that make up a little slice of the historic Brooklyn Skyline. These old buildings front the new Brooklyn Bridge Park along the shore that faces Manhattan. These beautiful old buildings are (left to right) the Clock … Read More
Lower Manhattan Waterfront – World Financial Center Art Print
Pictured here is the west side of lower Manhattan. The cluster of ultra-modern skyscrapers you see are part of the World Financial center. This general area of New York City is where a host of ferries reach Manhattan. On the … Read More
Empire State Building And The Golden Manhattan Skyline
More than once while I was touring New York City, I heard it said that the one thing you couldn’t see from the Empire State Building, was, well, the Empire State Building. It’s hard to argue with that logic. And … Read More
East River Ferry Terminals And The Manhattan Skyline Art Print
Pictured here is the the East River side of Lower Manhattan where the south ferry terminals are. This is the part of Manhattan where you’d leave by ferry for Staten Island and Governor’s Island. The two ferry terminals at the … Read More
Skateboarding On The Brooklyn Bridge Art Print
My first walk across the Brooklyn Bridge was a beautiful one. I don’t think I could have asked for a more picturesque afternoon. The golden sunlight, the great skies, it was the type of afternoon an artist might custom order. … Read More
New York City’s Iconic Flatiron Building – Manhattan Art Print
Having seen the Flatiron Buildings in both Atlanta and Asheville, I knew I had to see the most famous one of them all, the Flatiron in New York City! The Flatiron is definitely one of those buildings that I would … Read More
Lamp Beside The Golden Door – Statue of Liberty Art
On my first visit to New York City, this view of the Statue of Liberty from New York Harbor was as close as I would get to that iconic statue. On the day I had intended to go, the weather … Read More
Brooklyn Bridge And The Manhattan Skyline Art Print
This print is a picture of the famous Brooklyn Bridge on a warm fall afternoon. In the background is a portion of the ever-changing Manhattan skyline. This print definitely captures a quintessential New York City landmark. The Brooklyn Bridge was … Read More
New York Nights – Aerial View of The Chrysler Building
One disappointment from my evening on the top of Rockefeller Center was that the vantage point on the Chrysler Building was not what I considered optimal. Later in my trip, I would discover that the view of the Art Deco … Read More