Michigan Prints
Mackinac Bridge Full Color Giclee Print

The Mackinac Bridge opened in 1957 and connects the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan. “Mackinac” derives from the Indian word “Michilimackinac”, meaning “island of the great turtle.” 

Gov. G. Mennen William began the tradition of the governor leading the annual “Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk” across the bridge. Order the Mackinac Bridge Print now!

Petoskey Stone Full Color Giclee Print

The Petoskey Stone was named the state stone of Michigan in 1965. The city of Petoskey, Michigan gets its name from an old Ottawa Indian Chief, Ignatius Petosega. "Pet-o-sega" means "rays of the rising sun". Petoskey Stones are named in reference to the dark-colored "eye" & radiating lines of individual Hexagonaria corallites. These fossils were deposited by glaciers in Michigan. Order the Petoskey Stone Print now!

Cascades, Jackson Michigan Art Print

The Cascades in Jackson Michigan are the result of one man’s dream to do something for the people of Jackson -- to build an attraction that would provide visitors with a positive impression of the city.Visitors from all points of the globe came to Jackson to view the falls. Order the Cascades Jackson Print now! Or - see all the prints of Jackson Michigan.

Historic Harbor art is an oil painting by Maggie LaNoue based on a historical photo of Harbor Springs Michigan. Harbor Springs is in a sheltered bay on the north shore of the Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan. Founded by the Jesuits, Harbor Springs was once called L’Arbre Croche, which means “Crooked Tree”. Order the Harbor Springs Print now!

Jackson Michigan downtown:This view of Jackson Michigan shows Michigan Avenue, with City Hall on the right, Jackson County Building on the left. The Clock Tower in the foreground was dedicated on Dec. 31, 1999 and contains a time capsule to be opened in the year 3,000. Order the Clocktower, Jackson Michigan now! Or - see all the prints of Jackson Michigan.








These archive quality full color Giclée Prints shown above are titled and signed in conservation quality silver colored ink, unlike the screen images shown here. Click on the image or the title above to learn more about each scene.
Click on a thumbnail below to see other scenes here.
Petoskey Stone Art Print Cascades, Jackson Michigan art Harbor Springs art print Clocktower, Jackson Michigan art print Mackinac Bridge art print
Bond Falls Upper Peninsula Michigan Line Art Print Grand Hotel Mackinac Island Line Art Print Fishtown, Leland Michgian Line Art Print Capitol Building Lansing Michigan Art Print Robinson Hall, Albion College Line Art Print
Black and white prints of Michigan Landmarks including Mackinac Island
and Albion College are also hand signed in pencil by the artist. See the complete list of pen and ink prints of Michigan.
Bond Falls, Upper Peninsula Michigan

Bond Falls, one of the western Upper Peninsula's most visited and photographed places. A bridge lets people cross onto the island, which provides a grand photo opportunity for capturing the falls' complex panorama against the sky, as if the photographer were standing in the river. See Michigan Landmarks.

Grand Hotel Mackinac Island Pen and Ink Print

The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan was constructed in the late 19th century. The Grand Hotel is well known for a
number of notable visitors, including five U.S. presidents, inventor Thomas Edison, and author Mark Twain. See Mackinac Island Prints.

 

Fishtown Pen and Ink print

Fishtown is a collection of weathered fishing shanties, smokehouses, overhanging docks, fish tugs and charter boats along the Leland River in Leland, Michigan. Once the heart of a commercial fishing village, the structures and docks are real places where people can walk through, see and feel a connection to Lake Michigan’s fishing heritage. See Prints of Michigan resorts. or - see Prints of Lake Scenes and Lighthouses.

Fishtown Pen and Ink print

The Michigan State Capitol is the building housing the legislative and executive branches of the government of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is located in the state capital of Lansing in Ingham County.

Fishtown Pen and Ink print

Robinson Hall was originally named the “Central Building” and was the first official building on Albion College’s campus. The cornerstone was laid in 1841, and the building served as a women's dormitory, an administration building, and dining hall, as well as occasional lecture room. See Prints of Albion College and Prints of Albion Michigan.

Michigan Prints began with pen and ink drawings of Michigan landmarks created by Michigan Artist Maggie LaNoue. Each print is acid-free matted and hand signed in archive quality silver colored ink. The pricing for these new prints is $60 each. Some of the pages are not yet updated. Maggie drew scenes of Mackinac Island, Michigan lighthouses, Albion College, Harbor Springs, Nostalgia including old barns, and old fashioned bicyclists. Now Maggie has created a new line of Giclee prints, including scenes of Northern Michigan, Albion and Jackson Michigan.


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