$26.00 – $40.00
This is an illustration of the Aurora Regional Fire Museum in Aurora, IL. At one time it was a working fire department station. If you or your kids love fire trucks and/or firefighting history and are ever in the Chicago area, check out this unique museum. (Also, the original mixed media art is hanging in the children’s play area and was a gift for the museum.) I just love onion domes on buildings. They are so whimsical and fun-looking.
Your print is titled, dated with the year, and signed in the white margin space by me, the artist.
This art is archivally printed with pigment ink on 100% cotton fine art paper meaning the colors will stay vibrant for a few generations with proper care. The sun logo or faint “Laura Lynne Art” watermark will not be on your print. Standard sizes can be matted or slipped into a frame, sometimes with a little trimming around the border.
Frame and mat not included.
This print started as an original mixed media collage or painting, was scanned or photographed, then printed out of my home studio.
I’ll often change the colors in my prints because it changes the mood in the artwork, and it’s fun! If you want a custom color to match your room or complement your walls, please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can print up to a 13×19 at home and archivally. If you want a larger size, custom size, or framed art that can be easily arranged.
Made in Chicagoland, USA.
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Copyright is non-transferable with sale
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