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Steve Wasterval
Brooklyn, NY

About the Artist

As a grit and graffiti aficionado, he truly does heart NY. He was classically trained in Russian impressionist, plein-air landscape painting, but has since defected and is a full blooded American impressionist. Today Steve's take on New York City as an ongoing subject has lots of texture and layers, both aesthetically & metaphorically. His mentors may be shaking their heads but lovers of NYC can't get enough.

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About the Artist

As a grit and graffiti aficionado, he truly does heart NY. He was classically trained in Russian impressionist, plein-air landscape painting, but has since defected and is a full blooded American impressionist. Today Steve’s take on New York City as an ongoing subject has lots of texture and layers, both aesthetically & metaphorically. His mentors may be shaking their heads but lovers of NYC can’t get enough.

Artist’s Work

Harlem scene 2
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Harlem Scene #2

By Steve Wasterval

Williamsburg bridge brooklyn view
Steve wasterval

Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn

By Steve Wasterval

Z100
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Old Lower East Side Z100 ad

By Steve Wasterval

Broadway boogie woogie
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Broadway Boogie Woogie

By Steve Wasterval

Window shopping 2
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Window Shopping in Chelsea

By Steve Wasterval

Brooklyn corner
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Brooklyn Corner

By Steve Wasterval

No name
Steve wasterval

Lower East Side at Night

By Steve Wasterval

Broadway 2
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Broadway Union Square

By Steve Wasterval

Harlem scene 3
Steve wasterval

Harlem Scene #3

By Steve Wasterval

Midtown traffic
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Midtown Traffic

By Steve Wasterval

Times square 3
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Times Square

By Steve Wasterval

Empire 3
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Empire State Building

By Steve Wasterval

Brooklyn dollar store
Steve wasterval

Brooklyn Dollar Store

By Steve Wasterval

Harlem scene 1
Steve wasterval

Harlem Scene #1

By Steve Wasterval