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The Ties That Bind

by Bonnie Marris

"What would it be like to quietly sneak up on the site of a wolf den and see the pack unbothered, just being wolves? I wanted people to see this side, the side that keeps a pack or family of wolves strong and tight. They're not much different from our own families on a summer afternoon. There is devotion and interest in the children's activities, tender touches, tough play and a sharing of the pups. This is a peaceful afternoon, where the only things disturbing the wolves are the constant clucks and cackles of the crows and the buzzing of mosquitoes around their ears. This is a place where the slow moving of shadows lulls us into sweet naps and dreams."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
39"w x 31"h (unstretched).
$995 | $1200 CDN | £650
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Arriving April 2007

Also by Bonnie Marris...

Morning Run
by Bonnie Marris
MuseumEdition™ Canvas | MasterWork™ Canvas

The Gifts of Spring
by Bonnie Marris
Canvas

Jack's Night to Win
by Bonnie Marris
MasterWork™ Canvas | Canvas

 



Heading for the High Ground

by James Bama

To create the scene that would become Heading for High Ground, artist James Bama called upon his friend Jim Williams. Williams, says Bama, is a “real modern-day mountain man. He used to trap and he lived in the Southwest in a cave. He had an old-fashioned porcelain bathtub and all that you would expect. He’s a terrific guy.” With Williams signed on to model for the painting, they traveled to nearby Rimrock Dude Ranch to borrow a horse for the day.

James Bama’s portraits of the denizens of the Southwest are renowned for their touching combination of Old West valor and modern reality. With Heading for High Ground, Bama hearkens back to both a legendary time, and a time that could have been only yesterday.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
24"w x 18"h.
$745 | $900 CDN | £490
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Arriving May 2007

Also by James Bama...

Black Elk´s
Great Grandson

by James Bama
Canvas

Contemporary Sioux Indian
by James Bama
Canvas


Waiting for the Grand Entry
by James Bama
Canvas