Chinatown and Head House
Chinatown and Head House
acrylic on canvas

Months into the pandemic, by Fall 2020, longing to return to the times of meeting friends for dinner, especially in the city of Philadelphia. This painting depicts one of those evenings out referencing two photographs, the left side, Chinatown, a couple walking past a restaurant with seated diners distorted by a foggy window and the right depicts a view off Head House Square on 2nd Street with a figure walking and holding an umbrella. The seamless combination of imagery brings together a vibe reminiscent of nights out and about in the city with the heightened luminous colors from neon signs and multitudes of bright colorful lighting.
Framed in a soft gold floater approximately 1 inch deep.