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The Watchers

by Bonnie Marris

Artist Bonnie Marris is as renowned for her thoughtful portraits of wolves, bears and foxes as she is for her popular horse paintings. Her art is beloved for its sensitivity as well as for its studied and realistic treatment of wildlife. Marris’wildlife portraits offer a glimpse into the soul and character of her subjects. Marris continues to gather praise and attention from collectors in the originals market. She has been invited to the Autry National Center’s prestigious Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale for the last three years and this past March her work was featured in Trailside Galleries’ annual Wildlife Discovery Show. She is one of the few artists ask to create a new original work for The Coeur D’Alene Art Auction in Reno.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas

limited to 25 s/n.
40"w x 30"h.
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas
limited to 75 s/n.
30"w x 22"h.
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Slow Bull

by Judy Larson®

Slow Bull was a respected Oglala Sioux subchief who joined his first war party at the age of fourteen. At the age of seventeen he captured one hundred and seventy horses from the Apsaroke.That same year he received medicine from buffalo in a dream as he slept on a hilltop—not fasting or meditating, but resting from
hard travel on the warpath. Over the course of his storied lifetime he engaged in fifty-five battles with rival tribes and his distinctive features can be seen in the shoulder of Judy Larson’s bull buffalo. “I personally ‘met’ this bull buffalo in the middle of a thunderstorm, roaming wild with three hundred other buffalo on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana. Some of the oldest buffalo were nearing thirty-five years of age and most of the old bulls stayed by themselves, but this seasoned veteran had come to join the herd as rutting season began. He was massive and awesome."

Many of Larson's paintings contain a hidden image. To see the hidden image in Slow Bull, move your mouse over the image above. To see images hidden in other Larson paintings, click here.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas
limited to 200 s/n.
22"w x 16"h.
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