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New York, Dusk

A view of the Empire State Building taken from the top of the Rock at dusk.

The building remained the world's tallest for 40 years after it's construction in 1931 and still remains one of the most iconic images of New York city and of America.

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Newcastle Keep from Amen Corner

This view of Newcastle's Keep lasts only a few days, depending on how windy the weather is!  

The blossom can quickly become like confetti on the ground and soon the foliage changes to green.  

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Newcastle Tyne Bridge from the Keep

This scene of the Tyne Bridge was painted in 1994. This particular print has now become historical, capturing the Quayside, Newcastle as it was at the end of the 20th Century.

So much of this scene has changed and yet its how many people remember it featuring the Tuxedo Princess.   

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Newcastle Tyne Bridges, Summer Sunset

My paintings of the Tyne Bridges have always been very popular. Rarely does a week go by without me selling a limited edition print depicting a view of Newcastle's Quayside showing one or more of its famous bridges. The Quayside itself has some stunning architecture, so it’s not difficult to find some inspirational aspect to paint.

Also, it’s an area which has seen massive changes, particularly over the last twenty years, so even the paintings I have done over my 30 years as a full time artist have become historical.

This limited edition print shows some of the newer additions to the River Tyne, in particular the Sage and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

In the background you have the Tyne Bridge, High Level Bridge and indications of some of the other more distant bridges, all of which are set against the backdrop of a summer sunset.

I love the interplay of curves which combine to link the old with the new which is one of the reasons why I decided to publish it as a limited edition print.

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Official U.S. Open Championship Poster

Official U.S. Open Championship Poster by Kennth Reed

Hills Country Club, Birmingham Michigan 13-16 June 1996. 


Old Eldon Square, Newcastle

This signed lithographic print by Kenneth Reed depicts Old Eldon Square in Newcastle upon Tyne as it was in seen 1928.


It was originally painted in gouache, in an art decco poster style.


Oman Door No.2

The shapes and shadows created on these carved doors in the Gulf provide great subjects to paint.

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Peace, Old Eldon Square, Newcastle

Limited edition Print of "PEACE" 

One of my more unusual paintings of Newcastle is this one of the War Memorial in Old Eldon Square which depicts St George slaying the dragon.

The painting is set against the backdrop of a winter sky, indicating the bleakness of war. The inscription of “Peace” is a sign of the hope of peace which we ought to seek amongst our fellow human beings.

The monument was dedicated to the men of Newcastle district who lost their lives in the First World War. Later the monument was further dedicated to those lost in the Second World War

There have been numerous times when folk have looked at the painting and thought it was somewhere like Prague, not realising that it was their home town.

The background buildings are the rooftops of Emerson Chambers, one of the finest examples of Art Nouveau architecture in the UK. One can also see Grey’s Monument, a further clue that the scene is Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Where there’s fish, you will find pelicans nearby!