Street Scenes – Featured Art Prints

I have a gallery that focuses on “Street Scenes”, which is where these three prints come from. Most of my art in this genre is more pedestrian oriented and/or simple scenes of streets to highlight architecture of the buildings along that street or to create visual depth.

With these three prints, I used a technique that creates an impasto style (impasto: the process of laying on paint or pigment thickly to allow the brush strokes to stand out from the surface). With this style I also use bright colors to compliment the bold brush strokes.

The first print is of Whistler, British Columbia during the fall. Whistler is a beautiful village known for great winter skiing. What I liked about the village was the architecture and pedestrian friendly streets. You can feel yourself wandering down this street just enjoying the afternoon.

With this second art print, same concept just a totally different location. This particular print is of a New England Village in the spring. I was drawn to this scene because of the angle giving the street depth and intrigue with the pedestrians scattered.

My final art print is again a New England village, with the line of quaint street lights creating depth and complimenting the brick sidewalk.


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32 thoughts on “Street Scenes – Featured Art Prints

  1. saymber

    All three are just wonderful. When I look at your paintings its hard for me to distinguish if they are paintings or photos they are so good. I can see these being sold as a series together – they tell a story. Well done Kirt!

  2. Sue Slaght

    Such pretty pieces Kirt. Although I can’t say I am drawn to heavy oil paintings this technique of yours captivated me. The Whistler scene is my top choice although that may be a Canadian bias. 🙂

  3. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Wow, Kirt. You aren’t kidding about the depth! These look almost 3D. Extremely cool. I love all the colors too. I like the first one best. Your effect made the roof-lines very fanciful, and there’s so much depth I feel I could walk right into it.
    The people are fascinating in the second print. That gave is so much added movement.
    I really like the shadows on the street in the third one. Beautiful collection, my friend. Hugs.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much for your kind words…much appreciated!! In reference to the first one….Whistler is so beautiful, couldn’t go wrong with that setting!! Sorry a little late catching up…long weekend in LA…granddaughter!!!!

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