Paul Kenton News – Amazing new limited editions for Spring 2009

March 12, 2009 on 7:23 pm | In Box Canvas, Landscape Art, New Releases, Paul Kenton | 2 Comments

Probably one of the most highly sought after, up and coming limited edition artists, Paul Kenton, has released more brilliant limited edition box canvas for spring 2009.


(limited edition box canvas: ‘Northbank Skyline’)

Again changing his style slightly, bringing in new colours and showing a highly developed artistic flair in his portrayal of some of the world’s most famous cities.

These releases feature: one of Amsterdam and her canals, one of The Eiffel Tower and three beautiful pictures of London.


(limited edition box canvas: ‘City Of Romance’)

His style remains unique in the art world, both his originals and the limited edition prints use a secret formula! where the hand embellished second layer is put onto the canvas/print and built up to create these black lines, that have a fabulous visual effect when you stand back and admire the pictures from a distance.


(limited edition box canvas: ‘Waters Of Westminster’)

There is an excitement and vibrancy to his work that I think is really catching on with the general public and ensures each of his pieces sells out from the publisher within weeks of being on sale!


(limited edition box canvas: ‘Lifeblood of The City’)

Which is your favourite? For me it is very hard to decide, as I love his work and also live in London, which maybe makes me bias! ‘Lifeblood Of The City’ I find stunning.


(limited edition box canvas: ‘Avenues Of Amsterdam’)

Thank you

James

Links on visiting these cities:
http://www.visitlondon.com/
http://www.paris.org
http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/visiting



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  1. his work is amazing, executed in new and fresh ways.
    One of his more interesting tools of the trade is a screwdriver.
    Mind boggling.

    Comment by mark — May 4, 2009 #

  2. The art on this site shows that we have some great fine artists in this country and the standard of our artists seems to just get better. If you like the work on this site you will love the work by Dean Entwistle. I have included his website. He is one of my favourite watercolour, Landscape Painters.

    Comment by Nic Castle — August 26, 2009 #

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