This series of watercolors by Jane McClintock (1937-) explores the changing urban landscape of New York City. Her precise watercolors that emerge from a cropped photograph are often more abstract than representational. McClintock's emphasis on architectural forms and appreciation of mass reflected in New York's buildings speaks to her training as a sculptor as well as her skill and technique as an artist. Many of the pieces have a smaller study and larger corresponding size. All paintings come matted and are framed in a simple contemporary whitewashed maple.