Red Cap And Cargo Shorts On Hollywood Boulevard

This Impressionist figure figure painting captures the viewer’s imagination even though we don’t see the face of this character whose motion is depicted with my signature Pixel Impressionism brush strokes combined with my unique aerial viewpoint. more>

Hollywood Hat And Shoes, 2014

original Pixel Impressionism figurative oil painting
This 24" x 18" original oil figure painting is part of a new series of works depicting aerial portraits of pedestrians on Hollywood Boulevard. For more of my work, go to Ugallery.com/Warren-Keating.

Paris Tourists in Red with Camera and Guidebook

This small figure painting shows an aerial view of passers-by from my hotel in St. Germain in Paris.
I rendered the motion of this walking couple
with my signature Pixel Impressionist brushwork, to create a contemporary rendition of figurative painting. more >

Collectors scramble to buy figure paintings at AAF New York


 Most of my Impressionistic paintings of people walking as viewed from above sold by the second day of the four day Affordable Art Fair in the Chelsea district of Manhattan.
 The unique perspective, signature brushwork and dynamic palette of this new painting helped it to sell on the first day.

KABC Channel 7's Rick Romero visits the studio for interview about new art rental service

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I was recently interviewed about my figurative paintings in a story about a new art rental service called TurningArt that operates much like Netflix, but for artwork. Los Angeles ABC Channel 7's Rick Romero came by my studio and filmed me working on and new piece while talking with me about how the Internet is changing the way consumers acquire original art.

Taking Her Hand

This piece is a diptych, meaning it is composed of two separate canvases. The painting shows a Parisian couple walking down St. Germain, the man taking his wife's arm. more>

Man In Blue Walking In Paris Diptych

This diptych is a new variation in my award-winning Pixel Impressionism series of figurative paintings. The work is made up of two separate canvases each measuring 11"x14". I used expressive brushstrokes inspired by digital video artifacts to create the motion in this urban portrait. The two individual paintings are on gallery wrapped canvases and can be displayed as a horizontal or vertical pair. more...