This collection of Chicago art prints were inspired by my visits to that beautiful city on the shores of Lake Michigan. Chicago was one of the first major cities I ever visited outside of my home state. And I will never forget those towering skyscrapers. And in the birth place of the skyscraper no less! Although I admit, I’m not sure I knew that then! I just knew the Chicago skyline was amazing.
My Chicago art prints are centered on the architecture of that amazing city and every time I look at these prints, I’m inspired to see Chicago again. And I hope you feel the same way when you see these prints.
There’s certainly no shortage of Chicago wall art out there, so it always brings a smile to my face when someone picks one of my prints for a place on the walls of their home or office. In fact, my Chicago skyline prints were among the first of my prints to become popular. When people choose my work to to decorate with, it means a lot to me. So if you’re thinking of adding a little Chicago wall art to your decor or giving it as a gift, thank you in advance!
All of my prints are available in an range of sizes and in several different print formats. You can buy anything from a small keepsake for a gift to a large Chicago canvas print or framed wall art ready to hang. If you have questions before ordering prints or need to discuss anything about my work, please send me your message.
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Chicago Skyline At Dusk – City Lights Art PrintWhen the opportunity presents itself, I love the chance to capture images like this Chicago Skyline print. The sight of city lights rising up against dusk skies is just uniquely beautiful. It fills me with the same childish awe as … Read More
Chicago Theatre Sign – Classic Marquee ArtThe Chicago Theatre Sign hangs above a familiar 20th century story that played out across many American cities. It’s a tale of a grand old movie palace that flourished, floundered, and was then reborn. The Chicago Theatre opened in 1921 … Read More
Chicago Waterfront At Dusk – City Lights ArtSomewhere in the endless sea of trivia in my brain there’s a notation that Chicago is considered by some to be the birthplace of the modern skyscraper. Apparently the soil along the Chicago Waterfront of Lake Michigan is particularly good … Read More
Vintage Chicago Theatre – Rainy Night in 1949I’ve said many times how much I love the vintage flair of the old movie palaces like the Chicago Theatre seen here. There’s just such a cool escapist style to those old theaters. They were experiences unto themselves! Going to … Read More