Chicago Skyline Art
In the past few weeks, I’ve started a new series of paintings with the themes of city skylines and transportation maps. As a kid, I was always fascinated by downtown skylines, and remember how big of a city even Indianapolis seemed to me when I first saw the downtown.
Even though I’d rather live in the country now than a city (more room to roam, better access to nature, way less electromagnetic frequencies, etc.), I still find downtown skylines very appealing to look at.
The first city I painted was Chicago:
Each city skyline painting will have a black paint outline of the downtown buildings. This Chicago skyscape features a view of downtown as seen from Lake Michigan! The painting with blue oil paint is the original.
It’s also available as an art print on matte paper or a birch wood panel, as well as on an organic cotton t-shirt, a mug, and a wall clock: