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A Sailor's Garden

by Paul Landry

Artist Paul Landry is known for his images of colorful gardens and scenes of maritime life. In his latest fine art limited edition, A Sailor's Garden, Landry combines both of these worlds to create both a beautiful composition and a collector's dream come true. Radiant with hues and warm with nostalgic ambiance, Landry's images tenderly wed flowers with our own universal fond memories. His own love of gardening is his inspiration. Of A Sailor's Garden, Landry says "Even though the sailor may be at sea for months at a time and enjoy it immensely, he also loves the time spent in his garden caring for the earth. Both sea and land calling his heart and hand. But, I wonder, if he had to make a choice, would he agree that there is no place like home? And is there truly any other place like your own garden?"

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 150 s/n.
24"w x 15"h.
$435 | $500 CDN | £290 | €430
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Arriving July 2006

Choose Art You'll
Love to Live With!

Always choose art you love and you’ll create a décor with a feel that’s uniquely yours. The accessories you choose to complement your print can highlight the subject matter. As here, surrounded by an arrangement of ancestral photos, the art evokes the nostalgic feel of an old home by the sea. Displaying it over a table with a vase of fresh-cut garden flowers would make the painting’s bounty come alive. The options are limitless.


by June Carey

Just after the turn of the century, Father St. John O'Sullivan became pastor of the Mission San Juan Capistrano. Both seemed fated to perish from this earth: Father O'Sullivan from tuberculosis, the Mission from the ravages of time. It was the priest's inspiration to restore the Mission to its previous splendor and create throughout it magnificent gardens to rival those of the Alhambra in Spain."I have yet to see a painting or photograph of this section of the main courtyard that does not feature this wonderful pair of bougainvillea vines," says June Carey of Bougainvillea. "It's a terrific image to think of, Father O'Sullivan possibly planting, but certainly nurturing, these beautiful plants to become one of the Mission's most noted centerpieces. Such a passion for the gifts of the land seems to have a power that extends far beyond simple beauty. Father O'Sullivan survived to oversee the Mission's restoration for twenty-three years."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
37"w x 37"h.
$1200 | $1445 CDN | £780 | €1170
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 250 s/n.
28"w x 28"h.
$695 | $840 CDN | £450 | €680
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