The Walking Bridge showcases a free, impressionistic technique with varying brushwork and employing spontaneous, bold strokes in contrast to light washes of thinned pigment to represent the diminishing, shimmering light of a distant tower, bridge or skyscraper. Gregory Lang is an American painter, best known for his urban landscape paintings. A New England native, Gregory was influenced by the region’s industrial surroundings before, at age 19, he moved to Berlin to study architecture – arriving only fourteen months after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Whilst in Berlin, Lang was exposed to a great deal of the underground outsider art emerging from the East and this had a big influence on his work. Today, editions of his urban landscape paintings are printed and distributed to over 70 countries worldwide. Lang’s abstract paintings work particularly well as large canvases for those looking to create a statement on a wall.