Sign In
Sign Up
HOME
Login to 1xRUN
Welcome to the world's leading publisher of fine-art editions. Sign up today.
Connect with Facebook
Connect with Google
or
Sign up with your email address:
Log In with your email address:
Register
Login
Remember Me
Forgot Password?
By signing up, you agree to our
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

SHARE AND EARN $

Midnight Spot Lite

Run #00815
Add To Favorites
TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
SIZE:17 x 16 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Jan 09 2015
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Kim Cogan and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 100
SOLD OUT
Don't miss the next Kim Cogan release!
Subscribe to our newsletter and be the first to know about new product releases. You will also receive:
• Early Access
• Exclusive Content
• Artist Features & Interviews
SIGN UP
About The Work
About The Artist

The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.


"There is a sense of nostalgia emitting from the glow of the art deco neon sign. I passed by this location so often it was inevitable for it not to go unnoticed. At first glance, the painting presents a familiar scene with the colors of the liquor store and the glowing lights, however the painting really provokes viewers to a deeper thought or memory.

Each artwork I create is never duplicated and one of a kind. What sets this painting apart from others is the way the light is portrayed and the luminous color, the bold brushstrokes and layering of paint, and the mood." - Kim Cogan
CONTINUE READING
Kim Cogan’s oil paintings exploit the expressive nature of the medium to represent the many moods and environs of American cities. Cogan eschews the iconic views of places such as New York, Chicago, and his adopted home of San Francisco in favor of more common sights: alleyways, homes, cemeteries, and residential neighborhoods. Cogan’s work evinces an interest in the properties of light and atmosphere, which take on a heightened effect in his paintings of San Francisco. He uses subtle gradations of paint to suggest specific times of day, allowing individual brushstrokes to cohere into expressionist renderings of urban spaces.

An award-winning artist, Kim has exhibited his paintings to great acclaim nationwide. His work has appeared in Art News Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, American Arts Quarterly, Harper’s Magazine, Playboy, and American Art Collector Magazine.
CONTINUE READING
More From This Artist
Your Cart
Continue Shopping >>
CONGRATULATIONS
You made it through the waitlist!
You have to accept your reservation below.
Accept
Remove Item
THIS ITEM IS SOLD OUT
Better luck next time!
This item has been removed from your cart.
CLOSE