San Diego In Abstract – Featured Art Print

“San Diego In Abstract” is an art print I am featuring from my Cityscapes Gallery. The print was created using a Fauvism technique that creates abstract shapes and bold surreal colors. The Fauvism style dates back to around 1905 from Paris. It was known for impressionistic creations with non-naturalistic colors. I like the concept applied to a number of prints as it creates a very modern abstract look for a contemporary interior design.

The setting is some of the high-rise towers in downtown San Diego. The two most prominent buildings in this rendering are the Hyatt Towers. Atop the one tower is a bar with floor to ceiling windows overlooking San Diego Bay across to Coronado Island and clear out to Point Loma, the entrance to the bay from the Pacific Ocean. At the base of the towers is Seaport Village, a popular spot for tourist with its restaurants and shops.

I think the technique I used with this print creates an abstract look with a touch of bold whimsical shapes and colors. Thoughts?

I invite you to visit my Cityscapes Gallery to enjoy this print and many more.

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27 thoughts on “San Diego In Abstract – Featured Art Print

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks Cindy….while you were looking at this, I was reading about your rattlesnake encounter…it has been so warm, I was wondering when they would come back out….I’ve been in the Phoenix area from San Diego (24 years) for just over a year….a neighbor said he saw one sunning itself nearby the other day….too early for this:)


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