Sidewalk Art to take home

We know New York is filled with talent. Sometimes you actually stumble across it on the streets. Turning a corner in SoHo, I saw Kazuya Morimoto, sitting on his little foldable chair, transferring the imposing loft buildings into a colorful aquarelle on his drawing pad. Morimoto is a Japanese painter working in the New York for the past five years, who only does these whimsical cityscape drawings as a distraction from his true daily work: abstracts.

If you don’t want to face the odds of running into him on a corner anywhere in Manhattan or Brooklyn, you can check out his work at the opening reception of his show this Thursday, April 15th starting at 6 pm.

Go here to see a sample of his abstract paintings.

If you prefer his cityscape renderings he accepts commissions: you can have any of your favorite NY facades on paper, painted with mastery for $800.
A NYC souvenir just can’t get more custom that that!

Kazuya Morimoto: though April 17th
215 west 57th street
The Art Students League of NY
2nd floor Pillip Harriman Mason Gallery

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