Abstract Towers and Sketched Towers – Featured Art Prints

Abstract Towers and Sketched Towers are wall art prints I created using an abstract watercolor technique of high-rise buildings. This technique uses abstract bold lines with traditional watercolor to create the image. This is a similar technique I used on the abstract art print Yellow and Purple which I featured a couple of weeks ago.

The perspective of these prints is looking up from street level. The setting is downtown Seattle, a vibrant and active center of urban life for both the locals and the many tourist that visit the city. Having exploded in growth over the last 20 years, Seattle has become a very trend setting and dynamic market. The downtown urban corridor reflects that flavor. The architecture of the buildings display a variety of styles and looks. The downtown skyline stretches across the waterfront of Elliot Bay from the Seattle Center (home of the Space Needle) to the north to the sports complex (home of the Seahawks “football”, Sounders “soccer” and Mariners “baseball”) to the south. Thoughts?

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32 thoughts on “Abstract Towers and Sketched Towers – Featured Art Prints

  1. Teagan Geneviene

    I like these a lot, Kirt. They give me the dizzying feeling so you were spot on with the angle. I liked the colors, but when you said Seattle, I thought they were perfect. Isn’t there an area of downtown where the tree trunks are blue? I remember turning up photos of that while researching about a job I had applied for.
    Anyhow, well done again. Mega hugs!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Blue tree trunks…….I will have to check that out….first thing that popped into my head was Pioneer Square where the underground tours start…thanks for stopping by Teagan!!

      1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

        It isn’t there anymore…I know exactly where that is downtown…i looked it up because we have been going up there since 2008 and couldn’t believe we missed it…artist painted them with a natural substance in the spring of 2012 to draw attention to deforestation…rain washed it off….interesting…

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      The only building that is the same is the one on the right in Abstract Towers and the one on the left in Sketched Towers. Same area of downtown just slightly different viewpoint.


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