Pastel Train Station Door is a sketch I created using a pastel color chalk technique of the train station door in Glendale, California. The train station was built in 1924 by the Southern Pacific Railroad using a romantic Spanish Colonial Revival style. The elaborate architectural details immediately becomes a visual focal point. The station now serves for both Amtrak and the Los Angeles Metro Rail system and was purchased by the city of Glendale in 1989. (Click on the picture for a larger image)
Having been through this station numerous times over the last 20+ years, I was usually too busy coming or going to stop and really absorb the architectural detail. Finally in 2017 I did a photoshoot of the entire station and have settled on this perspective of the door as a true representation of the beauty of the building.
This style of wall art print lends itself to many different types of interior design, from contemporary to traditional. I think what dictates the look is the subject matter and the style in which it is framed and matted.
I offer this print personally signed by me in the size stated. This will be printed on Epson Premium Semi-matte Photo Paper. The paper is 10 ml in thickness, with 96% opacity and a 94 ISO brightness rating. The print is then hand cut, signed by me and packaged in a mailing tube for protection.
This art print is also available in the following galleries where my art is sold as various sized prints/posters, custom framed prints, wrapped canvas or on a variety of products: Imagekind Pixels fineartamerica Society6 Redbubble
Pastel Train Station Door
- Product Code: AR10ZZ
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