by Bonnie Marris
This year marks twenty-five years of Bonnie Marris fine art editions from The Greenwich Workshop so it is serendipitous and fitting that her newest release is a subject close to her very first edition with us in 1985. In that limited edition, titled The Fishing Lesson, a mother wolf watches her two cubs at the rocky edge of water as they peer down at what could be dinner if only they figure out how to catch it.
“The scene is my favorite wolf-viewing position in Alaska where I camped,” said the artist. “I always think of this stream as ‘gold creek’ because a legend still persists that gold was discovered here and a miner’s shack still survives to feed the myth! I watched as these two adults separated from the pack to hunt and fish and one of them did get lucky with a Dolly Varden trout.”
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée
limited to 75 s/n.
36"w x 24"h.
A Feeling of Warmth
by John Weiss
As artist John Weiss remarked, “There’s nothing like sitting by the fire with your loyal dog curled up at your feet for a real sense that all is right with the world.”
". . . A heartbeat at my feet,” is how novelist Edith Wharton described her dog. A Feeling of Warmth is the perfect portrayal of both sentiments but we can also identify with this Golden, warming his back now and, in a little while, rising and turning to spread his belly along the heat of the fire.
“Did you ever notice that Goldens can lie in the snow with their faces buried, yet they never seem to get cold?” asks the artist. “Then they come into the house and lie so close to the flames you’d think they could catch fire. Extreme temperatures don’t seem to affect them much.” To paraphrase Charles M. Schulz, happiness is this warm puppy and this Anniversary Edition in your home will warm your long winter nights.
Greenwich Workshop Anniversary Edition Fine Art Giclée
edition not to
exceed 150 s/n.
25"w x 17"h.