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Titan I
by Guy Combes

“These two paintings aren't intended to be a diptych in the sense that there is a continuum or inter-action between them,” says wildlife artist Guy Combes. “More so, I wanted to convey the essence of these formidable foes of the plains separately but 'mirroring' each other, too.  The monolithic cold dark colors of the buffalo contrast with the warm energy of the lion's head and mane. There's something about the power and carriage of each animal that suggests similarities between them.” 

Guy Combes was most recently featured at the Society of Animal Artists exhibition and sale in San Diego, California where his painting Leopard Lounge was a show favorite. He is also actively involved in efforts to prevent the Tanzanian government from building a road across the northern migration routes of the Serengeti National Park. To learn how you can help go to  http://www.savetheserengeti.org

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
24"w x 18"h.
$425

 



Titan II
by Guy Combes

“These two paintings aren't intended to be a diptych in the sense that there is a continuum or inter-action between them,” says wildlife artist Guy Combes. “More so, I wanted to convey the essence of these formidable foes of the plains separately but 'mirroring' each other, too.  The monolithic cold dark colors of the buffalo contrast with the warm energy of the lion's head and mane. There's something about the power and carriage of each animal that suggests similarities between them.” 

Guy Combes was most recently featured at the Society of Animal Artists exhibition and sale in San Diego, California where his painting Leopard Lounge was a show favorite. He is also actively involved in efforts to prevent the Tanzanian government from building a road across the northern migration routes of the Serengeti National Park. To learn how you can help go to  http://www.savetheserengeti.org

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
24"w x 18"h.
$425

 

 



Moonbear Listens to the Earth
by Stephen Lyman

“Steve painted this in honor of my Native American-inspired music and my dedication to the larger circle of life. ‘Moonbear’ is the name of my recording company and this image is its symbol. I’ve always had a place in my heart for this beautiful painting.”                   ― Andrea Lyman

This Greenwich Workshop Anniversary edition features a bear, one of Steve's most-memorable yet rarely-painted subjects. The native Miwok word for the grizzly bear is the source of the name "Yosemite," which was the artist's favorite place on Earth. The quiet serenity of this, one of Steve's few images featuring the bear, is a reminder of our fellowship with both the natural and animal world which honor the memory and legacy of the artist.

Anniversary Edition
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

edition not to exceed 200, signed by Andrea Lyman and numbered.
11"w x 21"h.
$395

 

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