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Scenic View

by Steve Hanks

She’s at the edge of a low wall with no clear path ahead but her eyes are drawn to the sweep of white foam from the crashing waves in the cove below. From there her dreams can soar. The turn of her head contributes to the painting’s expression of solitude and yet we share her view. Everything about this woman says “confidence” and the beautiful composition of physical and geographic curves presents an elegant portrait for any room in the house. Scenic View is published as a giclée on paper, virtually identical to the watercolor of the original painting.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée on Paper:
limited to 75 s/n.
18 1/2"w x 25 1/4"h.
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Arriving February 2009

Also by Steve Hanks

Streets of New Orleans

by Steve Hanks
MasterWork™ Canvas


The Harvest

by June Carey

The Harvest, artist June Carey returns to the location of her sell-out fine art edition Lost in a View. Inspired by the hills surrounding Florence and the Castello di Verrazzano Chianti region, the painting marks the warm fall days of the Tuscan grape harvest in late September and early October. Working farmers of all ages, men and women wearing their long aprons, gather at the edge of the field, laughing, talking and sometimes singing. They then go out with great purpose and energy, carrying their red buckets through the seasoned vines which are heavy with deep blue clusters of grapes. Cypress trees surround the ancient walls of the buildings that mark the home of wine cellars since the twelfth century.

“I bought one of the red grape harvest buckets to use as a prop in the paintings. At the vineyard, the workers eyed my camera with suspicion and curiosity. I held it up and yelled ‘Artista di California. E' bello!’ They laughed among themselves and went back to the harvest.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 35 s/n.
48"w x 36"h (unstretched).

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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
36"w x 27"h.
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Also by June Carey

Sonoma Surf

by June Carey
MasterWork™ Canvas






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