STEPHEN MAGSIG at David Klein Gallery

STEPHEN MAGSIG at David Klein Gallery
at David Klein Gallery

04 November 2009

Midtown Nocturne

Midtown Nocturne
SOLD
to collector in New York, NY
oil on linen/panel, 2009, 7x5"
Today's daily painting is a nocturne of a midtown warehouse, this reminds me of the Tom Waits song,"What's he doing in there" Enjoy
This is the Pioneer Building, a warehouse converted into artists lofts, please check out their site.
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3 comments:

Michael said...

You're officially one of my heros now. I'm a 55 year old architect who is just learning to paint. I'm awful, just awful. There are several blogs I view daily to study technique. Yours is one several because I like your building paintings. I print them at a larger scale to observe the color mixes and brush strokes. Now, you're mentioning Tom Waits. That puts you into a special group.

Amazing, to me, that you can produce these little jewels daily. Thanks for sharing. I hope to purchase some of your work, if and when I have some extra cash. This has been a tough year to practice architecture. I'm earning less this year than I did in 1986.

Christine MCCoy said...

I really like this one. I love buildings and yet I am so intimidated to paint them so I mostly stick to painting people. I still enjoy following your work and some pieces are just so perfect to me that I have to comment yet again!

Don Coker said...

I'm a sucker for a nocturne, Stephen! Great stuff. Thank you for your comment on my blog.