Cate Franklyn Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Cate Franklyn based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Cate Franklyn
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Spring in Black and White by Cate Franklyn
A foggy day in Central Park by Cate Franklyn
The Pond at Central Park by Cate Franklyn
The Sherry-Netherland Hotel by Cate Franklyn
Beyblade by Cate Franklyn
Brooklyn Marina by Cate Franklyn
Skyscrapers across the East River by Cate Franklyn
Sailing School Brooklyn Bridge Park by Cate Franklyn
Natural Urban Garden by Cate Franklyn
Moth Orchids on Blue by Cate Franklyn
Clipper Ship Amsterdam by Cate Franklyn
Clipper Stad Amsterdam by Cate Franklyn
Slate Grey Sky and Hell Gate Bridge by Cate Franklyn
Grey Cloud Scape and Hell Gate Bridge by Cate Franklyn
Cumulus Clouds and Triboro Bridge by Cate Franklyn
Metallic Reflection of the Triboro Bridge by Cate Franklyn
Astoria Park Among the Clouds by Cate Franklyn
Cloud Cover and Hell Gate Bridge by Cate Franklyn
Surreal Street by Cate Franklyn
Candy Town by Cate Franklyn
Sludge Barge and Clouds by Cate Franklyn
The Changing Brooklyn Waterfront by Cate Franklyn
Construction Continues in DUMBO by Cate Franklyn
The Jakob Selmer by Cate Franklyn
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About Cate Franklyn
My name is Cate Franklyn and I am a contemporary urban photographer born and raised in Astoria, Queens, New York. I came to this vocation in mid-life, and in trying to find my photographic niche I remembered the axiom for novice writers: write what you know. I altered that to: photograph what you know, and what I know is my neighborhood.
My images reflect what I see as I walk along the streets of Astoria, Queens and her sister boroughs; Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx & Staten Island, with a focus on the grit and grunge of an urban landscape. I consider my photography art, and as much as I enjoy working with my camera I equally enjoy working in the digital darkroom. I use post processing software, like a painter would use a brush and paint to make creative enhancements of what I have seen through the camera and what my mindâ€™s eye is seeing.