top of page

24" x 36" Giclée Fine Art Stretched Canvas Print 

*Semi-matte finish, on a silver metallic fine art poly-cotton blend canvas

*Mounted over 1.5 inch thick (depth) stretcher bars with solid black color edges 

*Black archival dust cover on back of canvas to preserve lifespan of the print

*Wire hanger installed allowing canvas ready to easily hang 


Order framed or unframed. 



Inquire about International Shipping. 


Click here for information on smaller sizes available (8" x 12," 12" x 18," 16" x 24," 20" x 30," and 40" x 60" sizes, framed and unframed) 


New York at sunset – if there is a skyline more captivating in the world, I have yet to see it. In 'Concrete Jungle,' I set out to capture the juxtaposition between nature and progress. While the scene looks serene, almost static, the warm tones of the sky, punctuated by the tall masculine shapes of the skyscrapers, lend the viewer some insight into the inner heart of the city. Even in peaceful scenes, this is a place of work, of struggle, the infinite battle between natural elements (the sky and water) and man’s progression towards civilization (the concrete materials and the ferry, which conquered the river). This is a contemporary piece of artwork offering a new view of the city. 

Concrete Jungle (2020)

Excluding Sales Tax |
    bottom of page