New York City Skyline


New York City Skyline– Original, one of a kind, palette knife cityscape on deep edge canvas inspired by beautiful and vibrant New York.

This is a modern, abstract painting of vibrant New York City Skyline at night. One of many scenes of atmospheric Manhattan with bright city lights. I love the way city lights are reflecting in the water and I find it really beautiful and charming. I created this painting using layers of bold acrylic paint applied with various palette knives to achieve highly textured impressionistic piece. Colours I chose are mainly different shades of blue with accents of vibrant orange, yellow, pink, purple, green and gold. Sides of the painting are painted black, the artwork is signed on the front and sprayed with a non-yellowing varnish for protection

No frame is required and the piece is ready to hang.

The Certificate of Authenticity is included

I only use high quality materials including acrylic paint, canvas and Non-yellowing varnish to protect the painting.

Currently I ship to UK, Europe, United States, Canada and Australia


Artist: Adriana Dziuba

Product Reference No: A-169587

Additional information

Dimensions 60 x 4 x 50 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)

Adriana Dziuba

My inspiration comes from everywhere, allowing for vast freedom and scope for creativity. A new project can stem from a tiny idea or detail I may have focused on including shapes, unusual colour combinations, beautiful landscapes or vibrant cities and towns. I work with acrylic paint and various palette knives to achieve bold highly textured modern artwork. I find playing with vibrant color and bold texture a very exciting process. Within my portfolio you will find mainly city landscapes often with person or group of people completing unique and beautiful one of a kind scene I have witnessed and wanted to capture. I am taking my inspiration from the beautiful places I have visited or would love to visit and interpreting them through modern expressionism and impressionism.

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