This painting was inspired by an aerial view of a patron looking at my work hanging on the wall of a gallery in Santa Fe. To convey the immediacy and transience of the moment, I used my signature Pixel Impressionism brushstrokes. The unique, pixelated marks and unusual viewpoint also creates a contemporary version of the Impressionistic figure. Created on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished edges, this piece comes ready to hang.

- Warren Keating

Art Lover Looking at Painting in Gallery

Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

14" h x 11" w x 2" d
5 lbs. 0 oz.



Warren Keating
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Getting to Know Warren

Warren Keating''s paintings start with documentation. He captures subjects on video from birds-eye views, digitizes the film on his computer and, finally, paints them on canvas in an active style he describes as Pixel Impressionism. He merges artistic elements of the 20th Century with 21st Century technology. Warren credits Futurism as well as Richard Diebenkorn and Willem de Kooning as influences in his paintings. Fun fact: Warren’s inspiration for this series came from a vacation to Paris where he photographed passersby from his hotel balcony in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.