Cincinnati in July

CincinnatiinJulyOur most recent painting of the Cincinnati skyline was just finished this week. This commissioned painting titled, Cincinnati in July, uses bold strokes and vibrant color to capture the essence of the beautiful skyline. We continue to enjoy painting this perspective of the Cincinnati Skyline as it showcases the city’s most iconic buildings. This is actually the fourth painting we’ve done from this perspective.

If you’d like to see the other three paintings that lead up to this painting you can view here. Cincinnati in December, Cincinnati Brilliance and Cincinnati in April

Cincinnati in July | 30″ x 40″ Acrylic on Canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty

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“There’s a big difference between looking at the town you live in and truly seeing it.” —Jeff Johns

Foggy Night in Cincinnati

CincinnatiFoggyNightHere’s the progress capture on my latest Cincinnati painting. This piece captures the beautiful Suspension Bridge, vibrant Ohio River and fog sweeping across some of the city’s most iconic buildings.

You’ll notice that I’ve worked a lot of purple tones into this piece and that is for two reasons. 1.) I began working a session on this painting the day after the passing of Prince and was inspired to use more purple. 2.) With the primary focus of the painting being the Suspension bridge which is predominantly yellow in tone, purple is the perfect complement to really set off the bridge. Stay tuned for the final post of this painting.

Foggy Night in Cincinnati | 24″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas by Jeff Johns

Image reference by the super talented photographer, Steve Ziegelmeyer.

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70 Feet Below

70 Feet Below

Here’s the final capture of this deep sea inspired painting titled, 70 Feet Below. This painting is full of life with bold shapes and vivid colors inspired by Mother Nature.

70 Feet Below | 30″ x 48″ Acrylic on Canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty, JJCDcollaborations. SOLD

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Pink the Town, Cincinnati

Pink the Town, Cincinnati Here’s a capture of our latest Cincinnati Skyline painting. The idea behind this painting was to drive awareness and support for Breast Cancer. This piece was created strictly as a donation for the Pink Ribbon Luncheon, in Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center. This piece will be featured in an online auction available for bidding early October 2015.

Really hoping that this piece drives awareness and brings a good return to help the Chris Collinsworth ProScan Fund Pink Ribbon Luncheon.

Pink the Town, Cincinnati | 18″ x 24″ Acrylic on Canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty, JJCDcollaborations™

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Royal Sunflowers | 30″ x 40″ acrylic on canvas

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I really enjoy painting sunflowers and was super excited when I got the request to do this painting. One of the sunflowers is from my original series of floral paintings titled, Majestic Sunflowers which you can view here.

Royal Sunflowers | 30″ x 40″ acrylic on canvas by Jeff Johns

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St. Johns and Cincinnati | 30″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas

10834864_10204589885045219_2028440389862689861_oHere’s a peak in the studio at an early start to the painting titled, St. Johns and Cincinnati I’m rocking for our anniversary coming up in May. Don’t tell my wife I’m doing this, it’s a surprise.

What makes this painting super special is that it features the church we got married in, St. Johns, we both love the city of Cincinnati, and of course the lit up stadium of our favorite NFL team, the Bengals. I actually took the reference image one night before heading down to a Monday Night game when the Bengals beat the Broncos late 2014.

St. Johns and Cincinnati | 30″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas

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The Shoe at OSU

The Shoe at OSU This painting is finally complete. The Shoe at OSU | 20″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty, JJCDcollaborations.

This commissioned piece was inspired by Lynette Wyler who is a proud owner of another JJCDcollaborations painting of the Cincinnati Skyline titled, Cincinnati Suspension which you can see here.

The Shoe at OSU | 20″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas

Golden Evening Suspension | Cincinnati

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Here’s another painting inspired by the beautiful Cincinnati Skyline. This 24″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas painting of the historic John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, titled Golden Evening Suspension. This painting showcases the strong foundation and vivid structure of this iconic Cincinnati landmark. The perspective for this piece is from Covington, Kentucky, so you’ll notice a small section of the Cincinnati skyline on the opposite side of the bridge.

At night, this bridge has the most beautiful gold color reflecting into the water and just bouncing from ripple to ripple. I don’t think I’ll ever stop painting this Cincinnati icon.

This particular painting is extra special to me. So special in fact, that 8 canvas prints were made of this piece so I could give them as gifts to the groomsmen in my wedding.

Golden Evening Suspension | 24″ x 36″ Acrylic on Canvas by Jeff Johns