Have a look at French artist Daniel Castan's kaleidoscopic acrylic studies of New York. One piece can either jump out at you with vivid splashes of color, while another may sit coolly waiting for you to jump into it. Castan's work reminds one of a modern impressionist in the traditions of a Claude Monet or Édouard Manet - only instead of painting ships in the harbor at Sunrise or A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, Castan depicts New York's Times Square at night or the city streets in the rain.