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The Padre's Vineyard
by June Carey

“I researched The Padre’s Vineyard for five years,” June explains. “I feel a deep connection to the timeless sense of life that still echoes from the historic walls. After collecting many black and white photos and books on the mission’s architectural history, I felt brave enough to attempt to recreate a real sense of this peaceful place as it looked before the town swallowed up its walls.This view of Carmel’s San Carlos Mission, as it appeared during its renaissance of the early 1900s, imagines the Padre’s wine grapes happily tethered on a sunny slope overlooking the mission.

“Mission grapes were developed by the Spanish Padres that arrived in the 1700s for mission wine they still grow today.The missions were self sufficient, supporting not only themselves, but their many converts.They grew all their own food, raised livestock and, of course, they needed the Holy Wine!”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 300 s/n.
46”w x 16”h (unstretched).
$750 | $950 CDN | £480 + VAT
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California Sunflowers
Wine Shadows
View Near Field Stone Winery

Studies of ... Wine Country
by June Carey

Part of the magic and fun of working with the Greenwich Workshop family of artists is having the opportunity to see so much of the creative process.We also have that rare pleasure of poking around an artist’s studio. It was on one of these “treasure hunts” that we encountered a good number of June Carey’s concept studies. These studies represent the initial moments of artistic inspiration, the birth of a painting.“Any artist will tell you,” says June, “that the most exciting and dynamic part of creating any work of art is when this gleam in the eye or fleeting notion transforms into line, color and form.”We were smitten by the fresh charm and immediacy of these oil studies.What was so apparent in her studio was how their presence complemented these larger works.

It is this experience that we have created with Studies of … Wine Country, a suite of Limited Edition Fine Art Giclée Prints. Created on heavyweight fine art artist’s paper, they are a distinctive enhancement to her Fine Art Limited Edition Canvas and Prints, or an affordable entree into collecting the limited edition art of June Carey.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Print (suite of 3):
limited to 150 s/n.
California Sunflowers: 8 1/2"w x 6 3/4"h.
Wine Shadows: 8 1/2"w x 6"h.
View Near Stone Winery: 15"w x 51/4"h.
$195 | $245 CDN | £125 + VAT
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The E-Lemon-Ator
by Ken Auster

Renowned for his classic surf art, urban street scenes and California landscapes, artist Ken Auster brings his bold and dynamic signature style into the kitchen. As with his previous culinary pieces, The Chef Suite and The Art of a Peel, Auster’s muses inspire his audience of collectors in and out of the kitchen. Simmering with
color, style and delicious texture, it should come as no surprise that kitchen and restaurant scenes are one of Auster’s favorite subjects. “I’m interested in the light and shadows created by the working chefs and it allows me to add a storyline to the scene,” Auster says.“And restaurants tend to conjure up memorable times!”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 250 s/n. 9”w x 12”h.
$250 | $305 CDN | £155 + VAT
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Ken Auster's Coastal MasterWorks™

Fine Art Giclée Canvases:
limited to 50 s/n. 48"w x 40"h (unstretched).
Each sold separately: $1750 | $2220 CDN | £1115 + VAT

La Jolla Light
Coastal Cactus
Forest from the Trees