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My Girl's Coming Home

by Nelson Boren

A cowboy sits on the porch at the end of a long day of hard work. His boots are scuffed and his feet are tired, but he doesn’t feel a thing—tonight his girl comes home. In preparation for her arrival, he has removed his hat and picked her a fresh bunch of Black-Eyed Susans. She may not come for hours but the cowboy is content to sit, sure in the knowledge that soon she will be home.

With My Girl’s Coming Home, artist Nelson Boren has created a gentle, open-ended moment. “I try to tell stories without telling the story,” he says, “and let the viewer decide the ending.” His careful rendering of every texture in the painting, from the time-worn leather of the cowboy’s chaps to the fuzzy brown centers of the flowers, imparts a classic romance to a truly classic Western scene.

This MasterWork™ Giclée printed on Hahnemuhle German etching paper, deckeled on all sides, will tell a larger than life size cowboy story in any room.

MasterWork™
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée on Deckled Paper:

limited to 30 s/n.
44"w x 28"h.
$875 | $1000 CDN | £570
Ask About Availability

Arriving February 2007

 

Also by Nelson Boren...

Sittin’ Pretty
by Nelson Boren
Print

She Loves Me...?
by Nelson Boren
Print


Saddle Straps
by Nelson Boren
Print






In the Land of the Winter Hawk

by Frank C. McCarthy

The Blackfeet Indians were mighty raiders, feared far to the south and east of their own territory between Saskatchewan and the Missouri River Valley. For more than a century, the nomadic Blackfeet were regarded as the most militant tribe on the northwestern plains. Even in the dead of winter, when tracks in the snow could betray their location, they stole horses or plundered other tribes’ camps.

Frank C. McCarthy’s In the Land of the Winter Hawk depicts the headlong flight of two Blackfeet warriors. As the two men race across the frozen landscape, the only noises breaking the late morning stillness are the quick breaths of horses and riders and the muffled sounds of hoof beats on the snow.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Anniversary Giclée Canvas:
Order period ends June 30, 2007.
Edition not to exceed 100.
32"w x 22"h.
$850 | $970 CDN | £550
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Arriving January 2007


Also by Frank C. McCarthy...

Children of the Raven
by Frank C. McCarthy
Canvas

Whirling, He Raced
to Meet the Challenge

by Frank C. McCarthy
Canvas


The Challenge
by Frank C. McCarthy
Canvas