Designer Doors for Charity
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Viceroy Chicago’s Designer Doors for Charity

Janet Hamilton painted the door of Room 507. Kate Tully created the artwork on the adjacent door.

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Artist Doug Frohman created the design on this door. He calls his style of art atmospheric geometry.

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Artist Doug Frohman incorporated a message into his Viceroy Chicago door.

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Artist Tracee Badway created this door in honor of her aunt.

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Artist Veronica Martinez drew a portrait of her aunt for her designer door.

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Justus Roe painted this creation. His is the first door you see when walking from the fifth floor elevators.

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Justus Roe said having the opportunity to create a piece inside a refined space such as the Viceroy Chicago is very thrilling.

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Artist Alma Dominguez created a fighter for all to see.

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Artist Kate Tully’s design showcases a butterfly going through transformation — a metaphor for a woman going through her battle with cancer.

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Shar Coulson put her abstract stamp on this door.

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Designer Doors for Charity is an initiative that Viceroy Chicago is promoting for the month of October, breast cancer awareness month. Guests who stay on the fifth floor during the month will have a portion of their hotel rate donated to the Lynn Sage foundation.

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