Los Angeles Alleyscape #2


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"Los Angeles Alleyscape" 9" x 12" Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas,
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As promised, here's the second Alleyway that I did, a slightly larger piece then the previous one and more dynamic in the composition and perspective.

6 comments:

Pat Meyer said...

Your city paintings are always so interesting. Like the use of strong shadows.

Daniel Peci Fine Arts said...

Thanks, I like painting this alleyways, they are a part of the city but rarely you see people here, they got a different energy kinda, strange.

This Painting Life said...

Enjoy the direct way you've put the paint down on this one.

Daniel Peci Fine Arts said...

Actually there's a couple of layers underneath the heavy brushwork, I always need more texture with these cityscapes.

icedoghans said...

What is the object in the distance? I like the way the electrical poles were done. I had to do an alley way electrical pole recently in my "Ramona". I decided that the electrical pole cannot look "all there". It is an object that many of us do not want to see. So I believe our mind semi-removes it.

Daniel Peci Fine Arts said...

The blue object in the distance is the World Savings Building, looks pretty abstract seen from a larger distance.