Fountain Square Cincinnati

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Here’s another painting of a Cincinnati icon. Excited to share this final capture of the painting titled, Fountain Square Cincinnati |  24″ x 52″ acrylic on canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty.

To learn more about the process of capturing the reference visual that inspired this painting click here.

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If you’re interested in commissioning your own masterpiece call Jeff Johns today. 859.630.9657. Click here for the contact page.

Collection of Cincinnati Paintings

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Here’s a collection of Cincinnati inspired paintings. From skylines, the Suspension Bridge, Fountain Square, Mt. Echo Pavilion and the harmoniousness Lumenocity at Music Hall. Across each of these paintings you’ll find bold use of color, extreme attention to detail and passion for collaboration poured into each painting.

If you’re interested in a one these Cincinnati skyline paintings or commissioning your own masterpiece call Jeff Johns today. 859.630.9657

Check out the contact page here.

Genius of Water | Fountain Square Cincinnati

FountainSquare_waterInspired by a symbol of Cincinnati and the centerpiece of Fountain Square, The Genius of Water. The bold strokes of color bring highlight the raw materials used in crafting this sculpture from the bronze cast to the green granite base in which the sculpture rests.

A special thanks for the beautiful reference photography for this painting by Steve Ziegelmeyer, you can check his work out here.

Genius of Water | 24″ x 36″ Acrylic on Canvas

Fountain + Carew | Cincinnati

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The final capture of the painting titled, Fountain + Carew,” by the duo of Cincinnati-based fine artists Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty, who coined the name JJCD Collaborations™ since their first masterpiece of the Cincinnati skyline years ago. “We’ve really looked to capture a unique perspective of some of Cincinnati’s most iconic landmarks,” says Johns.

Fountain + Carew, Cincinnati  | 24″ x 48″ Acrylic on Canvas ©JJCD Collaborations