Artists

Abe [Biography]

Abe

Abe is emerging as a hugely exciting talent in the genre of contemporary cityscape painting.

He creates his show stopping paintings using a wide variety of tools including palette knives, spatulas, old toothbrushes, wire wool, in fact anything and everything that will give him the desired mark he’s after. First covering the canvas in a thick, textured layer of Titanium white, Abe then adds random areas of colour which he will eventually skim over using a palette knife, loaded with Ivory black, adding grey tones as the painting develops, yet being careful to leave small pops of colour added earlier.

Letting his instinct take over, Abe works directly onto the canvas using acrylics straight from the tube, with no preliminary drawing or even a loose sketch. This way he is able to capture the essence of a cityscape with expression and vigour.

A Higher View

Acrylic on Canvas

Bridge Of Dreams

Acrylic on Canvas

Embankment Stroll ~

Acrylic on Canvas

Flatiron

Acrylic on Canvas

Granite And Steel

Acrylic on Canvas

Icon

Acrylic on Canvas

London Chimes

Acrylic on Canvas

New York lamplight ~

Acrylic on Canvas

Shard Of Light

Acrylic on Canvas

The Chrysler ~

Acrylic on Canvas

Time Travel

Acrylic on Canvas

Sign Of The Times ~

Acrylic on Canvas

Reserved

Mighty Manhattan

Acrylic on Canvas

Reserved

Southbank Stroll

Acrylic on Canvas

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Eros

Acrylic on Canvas

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

High Life

Acrylic on Canvas

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Underground, Overground

Acrylic on Canvas

Abe

Abe is emerging as a hugely exciting talent in the genre of contemporary cityscape painting.

He creates his show stopping paintings using a wide variety of tools including palette knives, spatulas, old toothbrushes, wire wool, in fact anything and everything that will give him the desired mark he’s after. First covering the canvas in a thick, textured layer of Titanium white, Abe then adds random areas of colour which he will eventually skim over using a palette knife, loaded with Ivory black, adding grey tones as the painting develops, yet being careful to leave small pops of colour added earlier.

Letting his instinct take over, Abe works directly onto the canvas using acrylics straight from the tube, with no preliminary drawing or even a loose sketch. This way he is able to capture the essence of a cityscape with expression and vigour.

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