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Denali Summer

by William S. Phillips

Bill Phillips’ new painting Denali Summer features two celebrated icons of the far North: one natural, one man-made. The forbidding and beautiful Alaskan wilds provide the backdrop for the legendary workhorse of the Alaskan bush: a De Havilland Beaver float plane. As the plane roars over the summer tundra, the icy river below rushes and tumbles its contents of glacial silt. On the distant horizon, America’s highest peak dominates the horizon. (Mount McKinley is also known as Denali, or “The High One,” in the language of the local people.) Mount McKinley’s scale is so massive that the mountain actually creates its own weather, and today its peak sparkles in the brilliant sunlight of one of the few cloudless days of the year.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 150 s/n.
30"w x 22"h.
$725 | $875 CDN | £470
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Arriving May 2007


Also by William S. Phillips...

Revelation
by William S. Phillips
Canvas | Print

An Evening to Remember...
Lake Tahoe

by William S. Phillips
Canvas

The Best Seat in the House
by William S. Phillips
Canvas | Print



Raging Bulls

by Joshua Spies

"I like to paint for the story," says artist Joshua Spies. "With Raging Bulls, you can feel the power and the passion of these enormous animals. It's an intense scene." The locked tusks and tree-trunk legs of the massive bull elephants have raised a cloud of dust that adds to the drama of the battle.

Joshua Spies graduated from South Dakota State University in 1996 with a degree in Fine Arts. His list of awards and recognitions is extensive, including the 2007 Dallas Safari Club Artist of the Year award and the appearance of his paintings in two major motion pictures. His travels take him across the globe in search of subjects great and small.

"The best thing about doing what I do," he says, "is raising awareness. I like to show people something they might not see otherwise, to get them thinking about the larger world. My hope is that when they see these magnificent animals, the variety of wildlife out there, that they'll be more interested in preserving their habitats."

MasterWork™
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 35 s/n.
36"w x 41"h (unstretched).
$1450 | $1750 CDN | £940
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Arriving June 2007