*The entire collection (including sold pieces) will be on display until May 14th. Sold work will be shipped/ready for pickup after May 14th*

Chris Firger is a landscape painter born in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1989. He studied at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and currently works out of his studio in Salem, Massachusetts.

This painting is part of Chris Firger's May 2024 Collection, Let's Go For a Walk.

In his own words: "As a painter, I strive to capture the beauty of the natural world as well as the communities and individuals that exist in conversation with it. My work invites the viewer to create their own narrative about a given place or moment in time - layering their own experiences on top of the image I’ve put in front of them. My ultimate goal as an artist is to inspire others to reconnect with, appreciate, and protect the natural world and the communities around them.

My approach to painting is characterized by a focus on design and composition. I utilize clean lines and intentional edits to simplify scenes and emphasize certain elements that I find interesting, unexpected, or important. I often push color and contrast beyond the “observed”, bringing a heightened sense of energy and life to each piece."

State Street Lights

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Medium: Acrylic on panel

Dimensions: 12" x 16"

Ready to hang

Salem, Massachusetts, USA

*The entire collection (including sold pieces) will be on display until May 14th. Sold work will be shipped/ready for pickup after May 14th*

Chris Firger is a landscape painter born in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1989. He studied at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and currently works out of his studio in Salem, Massachusetts.

This painting is part of Chris Firger's May 2024 Collection, Let's Go For a Walk.

In his own words: "As a painter, I strive to capture the beauty of the natural world as well as the communities and individuals that exist in conversation with it. My work invites the viewer to create their own narrative about a given place or moment in time - layering their own experiences on top of the image I’ve put in front of them. My ultimate goal as an artist is to inspire others to reconnect with, appreciate, and protect the natural world and the communities around them.

My approach to painting is characterized by a focus on design and composition. I utilize clean lines and intentional edits to simplify scenes and emphasize certain elements that I find interesting, unexpected, or important. I often push color and contrast beyond the “observed”, bringing a heightened sense of energy and life to each piece."