These paintings were commissioned by a construction company a few years ago. Each “tile” showcases one of their construction projects. I just loved working on this project. I would visit the construction site, darn a hard hat, take lots of photos and then present the best of them to the project manager. She and I would chose the final image and off I’d go to paint the “tile.” We called them tiles because they were square. For an art historical reference, in the early 1920′, American artist George Bellows painted New York City, including the Penn Station construction site, as it was being transformed into the sky-scraper city we now know it for. I thought of George Bellows and his construction inspired painting as I worked on this commission. Let’s talk! Do you own a consecution company? Are you a contractor? Project manager? Including original art in office design transforms the work space and lets your workers and clients know you support creativity and visual culture. Message me for a free consultation. You’ll love the results. Promise.
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