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Milwaukee Greeting Card featuring the painting East Wisconsin Avenue by Tom Shropshire

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East Wisconsin Avenue Greeting Card

Tom Shropshire

by Tom Shropshire



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Product Details

Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Greeting Card Tags

greeting cards milwaukee wisconsin wisconsin avenue wisconsin gas building urban landscape contemporary cityscape city lights city at night

Painting Tags

paintings milwaukee wisconsin wisconsin avenue wisconsin gas building urban landscape contemporary cityscape city lights city at night

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Cathy Lindsey

Cathy Lindsey

Awesome! Congrats!

Artist's Description

East Wisconsin Avenue Most Milwaukeeans still refer to the building at 626 E. Wisconsin Ave. as "The Wisconsin Gas Building." Designed in the Art Deco style and completed in 1930, the building is 250 ft. tall and has 20 floors. In 1956, a weather beacon shaped as a natural gas flame was added to the top building. The neon flame is 21 ft. tall and adds a unique splash of color to the Milwaukee skyline. Known as the "weather flame," the light changes color along with the weather forecast for the following day. Here's a poem to remember the colors; When the flame is red, warm weather is ahead. When the flame is gold, watch out for cold. When the flame is blue, there's no change in view. Where there's agitation, expect precipitation."

About Tom Shropshire

Tom Shropshire

All originals are available for sale on my website; American artist Tom Shropshire is a contemporary impressionist and calls his style of painting “Traditional with a Twist”, because his work often includes unexpected elements of pulp art, dreams, or fantasy. "As an Urban fantasy artist, I am known for contemporary night city scenes, dramatic landscapes, seascapes, and narrative works inspired by pop culture, film, and pulp fiction. I try to express mystery, beauty, and wonder in all my work.The city at night has always intrigued me as well, and I find myself returning to the subject again and again. Atmospheric city night scenes have become my signature style but I continue to paint Fantasy and representational...