Artist Paul Kenton’s new collection, Capital Impressions, has been inspired by New York, London, Paris and other of the world’s cityscapes.
Paul Kenton, who states Monet as one of his earliest inspirations, said: “I love to capture the mood and spirit of a scene, adding layers of depth and expression which just can’t be captured in a straight pictorial study, almost like a short film, or series of photos which capture as much detail of a scene as possible.
“The sights, sounds, movement, light, tastes, and even smells which combine to create the big picture, this is what I’m looking for, and what I strive to achieve within my work.”
Capital Impressions is on display in Castle Fine Art, Bruton Street from Thursday, March 6 to Sunday, April 6. For more information call 0203 588 0011 or visit www.castlegalleries.com
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