Watch Steve paint his blocks of the neighborhood during the Greenpoint Open Studios 2018


Artists all over Greenpoint, Brooklyn will be opening their studios doors to the public for the whole weekend.

Steve will be in his studio painting his #NYCblocks of local Greenpoint scenes and landmarks. Come watch him work and get your piece of the neighborhood.

June 2nd & 3rd
Saturday & Sunday 1pm-5pm

37 Greenpoint Ave.
4th Floor | Suite 407


If you can't make it... 

Steve will be posting his blocks on Instagram all weekend in real time and will also send a final email with all the new blocks on June 4th for those on his VIP list. If you're not already on it, sign up below to become VIP and start receiving exclusive content and updates in your inbox.


If you know exactly what scene you want, then a block commission is the way to go...


Thursday Spotlight: Steve Wasterval and How an Evolving Greenpoint Affects His Paintings

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"Steve Wasterval isn’t from here, but you may be led to believe otherwise given the authenticity and love behind each of his New York paintings. In a culture where the definition of art can often seem haughty, where the medium itself is ever-shifting, there is something beautifully traditional and startlingly contemporary about Steve’s acrylic paintings: They simultaneously represent impressionism from the days of yore while also reflecting the evolving city he adores and inhabits..."


Finally! 8x10 matted and framed, limited edition Giclee prints of Steve's Art are available to VIP's first


Sign up to be a VIP and be the first to get notified when Steve releases new limited edition prints. Each edition is just 5-10 prints on sale for only 5 days at $50/ea. Every other week Steve emails his VIP's the latest print first before posting the next day to Instagram so sign up to get dibs.


#Greenpointismygallery is your chance to find Steve's version of streetart in the neighborhood

Greenpoint is Steve's gallery and If you live in the area and look carefully enough - or are on Steve's VIP list - you have a chance of finding these mini paintings. Steve does his streetart like the traditional painter that he is, on stretched canvases using brush and paint. Keep your eyes peeled to find one near you or sign up to be VIP to get a heads up on the next location. The entire mini-painting collection can be viewed on instagram under the tag #greenpointismygallery


#SELLOUT100FOR100: an art party featuring 100 paintings of New York City where every attendee gets a piece


Steve painted 100 little pieces of New York City in the months leading up to the show aimed at selling every one of them.

Block Party Auction

Numbered "tickets" to the show cost $100 and guaranteed you leave with your very own block of New York City art (with the price immediately increasing to $200 after the event), but which one it would be depended on what number you drew, because at the moment of truth at the big event attendees chose their block in the order of their numbers. Some people got their top choice and some hearts were broken, but fun was had by all.

Want your own custom piece of New York City?

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel NYC at Columbus Circle Invests in Steve's Art of New York

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In 2016 when the hotel wanted new artwork for their rooms and private dining room the Asiate, they hired the curation experts at to find art that captured the energy of the city & compliment their interior palette. Several spaces feature original pieces and there are 100's of prints of Steve's art in various rooms.

The largest piece was a 10x5 ft. mural commissioned by the hotel for their private dining room

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Surrounded by the Hotel's beautifully designed wine collection with breathtaking views of the city, it's a must see (if you can get in that is!)

For information on prints or your own commissioned piece of the city large or small schedule a call...

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COMPLEX Arts Portfolio Review: Steve Wasterval Depicts the Gritty Streets of NYC


Landscape impressionist painter, grit and graffiti aficionado, and creative director of the badass branding company Worstofall Design, Brooklyn artist Steve Wasterval uses design to blur the lines between fine and commercial art. Since he lives and breathes each perspective on a daily basis, Wasterval brings a unique approach to both worlds, shedding light on their commonalities in an era where many people want to draw a clear distinction between the two. When The Lincoln Motor Company #HelloAgain Tour—a project about capturing a city through a series of creative local experiences—asked to use Wasterval's pieces in their drive-thru art gallery, it seemed like a perfect fit.