Here’s the final capture of this painting titled, Chief and His Frisbee. Super excited about the soft tones and warm energy of this painting. Really feel this painting captures the vibe and spirit of our client’s amazing pet, Chief.
Chief and His Frisbee | 20″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas by Jeff Johns and Colin Daughtery
The latest Cincinnati painting titled, Sacred View of Cincinnati is finally complete. Look at all those houses and trees! This is definitely one of the more complex views we’ve done of the city. This commissioned piece was done for a close friend I’ve known for many years and he’s picking it up today! Which means I had to take this nice high resolution photo of the painting and share the final piece of work. Hope you enjoy.
You can see this Cincinnati painting in progress just a few posts below, or you can click here.
If you’re interested in a one these Cincinnati skyline paintings or commissioning your own masterpiece call Jeff Johns today. 859.630.9657. Click here for the contact page.
Proud to announce that the painting titled In-Flight, Red-tailed Hawk in on display at Seed Strategy. Also, the painting is also now featured on the company’s website. This acrylic on canvas painting was created by myself, Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty. JJCD Collaborations.
Here’s the final capture of the painting titled, “In Fight ~ Red-Tailed Hawk,” 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 the essence of this soaring hawk on a canvas that’s nearly as big as me,” says Daugherty.
Here are some promotional materials for our upcoming art show August 2, 2014 design and promotion by Jeff Johns.
This show will feature a broad fine art portfolio of paintings inspired by the beautiful city of Cincinnati brought to you by two local neoimpressionistic painters, Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty. Hope you can make it! Cheers, Jeff
This is the perfect time of the year to take a scooter ride, and what’s taking a scooter ride if you don’t pull over to the side of the road and capture some of the beautiful, yet scary scenes. I hope you enjoy some photos from my latest ride. Cheers, JJ