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Twilight Off Michigan Ave.

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Twilight Off Michigan Ave, Watercolor Painting of Chicago, by Jenny Armitage

Twilight Off Michigan Ave, (Watercolor 16 x 22) $600


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Art Institute Reflected

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Art Institute Reflected, Original Painting of Chicago, by Oregon Artist Jenny Armitage

Art Institute Reflected (13 x 19 watercolor) $400

The Art Institute of Chicago, both live and in reflection.


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On the Loop

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On the Loop, Watercolor Painting of Chicago by Oregon Artist, Jenny Armitage

On The Loop (13 x 19 watercolor) SOLD

This is downtown Chicago on The Loop.

This painting sold before I could post it, but prints are still available.

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The El

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The El, Original Painting of Downtown Chicago, by Watercolorist, Jenny Armitage

The El (13 x 18 watercolor) $400

This is downtown Chicago, looking down the El.


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City Portal: More of Chicago

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City Portal, Painting of Chicago, By Jenny Armitage

City Portal (12 x 22 watercolor) $500

The Art Institute of Chicago again, this time from the inside.  While my daughter gift shopped, I took a whole series of photographs of the two doors to Michigan Ave.  The great doors with their iconic lamps and the people silhouetted in front fascinated me.


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The Art Institute of Chicago

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Witing for the Museum to Open, a Chicago Painting by Jenny Armitage

Just Before the Museum Opens (watercolor 17 x 22) $600

I love city light.   The shafts of light created by openings in the tall buildings, the reflectivity of building and pavement, and the flat surfaces for shadows all lead to one thing—drama.

This particular drama is the long shadows and the warm glow of  a Chicago winter morning.  The crowd is up early and waiting for The Art Institute of Chicago to open up.   The crowd and bus hide one lion, but the other can be seen peeking out from behind the traffic light.


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