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Pow-Wow Singer
by James Bama

Pow-wow participants pride themselves on the finest of regalia, particularly for the dances and parades. In their workday lives, the participants may be clerks in a supermarket or gas station attendants. For one day each year, however, they are resplendent in buckskin and beadwork, in bright feathers and blankets more colorful than were known by the ancestors they revere and whose image they set out to create. This evocative piece follows on the heels of Bama's wildly successful
Pow-Wow Dancer, which is Sold Out at Publisher.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
11"w x 11"h.
$245
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(Re)Genesis
by Cassandra Barney

Cassandra Barney's portraits of women eloquently celebrate life's passages and journeys. Rich with symbolism both ancient and modern,
(Re)Genesis explores the cycle of personal growth, particularly the way life can teach us the same lessons over and over as we age. As the vine arcs above the woman and her stag its red flowers burst into bloom and fade again, like lovely reminders of the impermanence of thought.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 100 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$195
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Mother Earth
by Alan Bean

"The planet Earth seemed a long way off in this scene," says Alan Bean, "because it was-about a quarter of a million miles, in fact. From the Moon, the Earth appeared as a beautiful blue-and-white marble with occasional small orange areas, which were deserts.

"The Moon itself was a foreboding place when viewed from orbit, mostly gray with stark, angular mountains and deep, rough canyons and craters. It was as if nature had pounded it again and again with a big, big hammer.

"In contrast, our Earth was beautiful-all shiny and bright. It was hard to believe that everybody I had ever known-or seen on TV-and the places they lived and played were all on that little blue-and-white marble. Even today, it's still hard to believe."


Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 125 s/n.
10"w x 12"h.
$265
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A Quarter to Three
by Will Bullas

The city of San Francisco has much to commend it; in addition to being home to artist Will Bullas, it also boasts one of the most celebrated bars in history. Maxfield's Bar, so called for its extraordinary décor (
The Pied Piper of Hamelin, a mural by Maxfield Parrish), has consistently been named one of the best bars in the country as well as the world. In addition to its spectacular barside view, Will Bullas' rendition of the famed watering hole offers a little something extra: service with a safari smile. These seasoned bartenders serve up a bit of San Francisco chic with every drink and will bring a cheerful, if unusual, touch to your bar, kitchen or restaurant.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 12"h.
$225
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Cabernet Sauvignon
by June Carey

"After the busy harvest time in the Alexander Valley the days get shorter," says artist June Carey, "and the cool, crisp air and autumn rains bring rich color to the vines and the new green grass between the rows. I feel it is a time for the vineyards to show off after a long season of hard work. This area in North Sonoma County is known for its superior Cabernet Sauvignon."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
54"w x 27"h (unstretched).
$1295
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Sunflowers Near Cortona
by June Carey

"I love the Italian word for 'sunflower': girasole, from gira (turn) and sole (sun). Last summer I went to Italy in the heart of August so I could see the fields around my little home blooming in a sea of gold. It had been a bad year for the girasoli and my friend Mauro and I drove around trying to find a good field. Mauro even had to hold up one sunflower's drooping head so I could take a good picture—I guess even sunflowers have bad days! I hope to paint many more of their smiling faces in the future."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 95 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$195
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False Magic
by James C. Christensen

In the fantastic world of James C. Christensen's paintings, fish are a symbol of magic and wisdom. "Their floating presence in the air reminds us that anything is possible," says Christensen, "and those touched or surrounded by fish are considered truly blessed. When the fish don't arrive, however, sometimes a person will take matters into his own hands, with compelling but less-than-convincing results. Non-magical fish, as you can see, don't really enjoy hanging in mid-air."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 375 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$225
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Relay Horses in camp, Crow fair 2000: “August celebrations maintain the culture, in this age of incredible change”
by Bob Coronato

"Crow Fair is a nearly hundred-year-old tradition," says Bob Coronato, "held each August for the reunion of family clans and the celebration of Crow Indian culture. I have attended Crow Fair for many years and I'm always impressed with the singing, the relay horse races and the thousands of tepees. The Crows fought governmental pressures to change, and as a result being at the fair is like going back in time, because their culture has been amazingly preserved. It's uplifting and I look forward to it, year after year."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
14"w x 10"h.
$235
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Southport Marina
by Mo Dafeng

Mo Dafeng has become renowned in both China and the United States for his skill in balancing his subjects with the air and light that surround them. His harbor and shore landscapes are praised for their lyrical quality. In
Southport Marina, Dafeng brings his careful composition and sensitive eye to the beloved harbor of Southport, Connecticut. Sunlight washes the decks of the waiting sailboats as they gently rock in this new SmallWorks™ Limited Edition release.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
14"w x 10"h.
$275
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Resting on the River
by Don Demers

"I painted this very early one September morning in Massachusetts," says Don Demers. "The Bluefish River, a tidal river that runs through the middle of town, was filled with catboats. These popular little boats sail well in tidal waters because of their shallow draft. The early raking light showed them off beautifully against the cooler greens of a late summer morning. The quiet, gentle way the boats sat on the mud and the combination of warm and cool colors captured my attention and made me want to paint."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
8"w x 6"h.
$145
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Afternoon Sunbath
by Sally Caldwell Fisher

Known for her bright outdoor scenes populated with brightly colored depictions of people, artist Sally Caldwell Fisher now turns her eye to the landscape. "I have returned to the landscape out of love for the beauty of the world around me," says the artist. "The human presence is always implied at the very least. I desire to be a strong unseen presence, involved in the scene before me." Her lively landscapes have recently been commissioned for the 2008 Wooden Boat Show in Mystic, Connecticut and the Yarmouth Clam Festival.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
14"w x 10"h.
$225
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Autumn Front
by Rod Frederick

"I've lived in Oregon my entire life," says Rod Frederick. "I currently live on the mountain side, but for years I lived on the coast. In late autumn, the sea begins to churn, the weather gets rough and the landscape is soaked with rain. I love to travel to that side of the state every once in a while in the fall and see the black-tailed deer emerging from the forest. The colors of the vine and big leaf maple leaves have intensified with the rain and the entire atmosphere is charged and heavy. The black-tailed buck feels the change of seasons acutely; the autumn has made him aggressive and ready to defend his territory."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
20"w x 26"h.
$695
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Birds of a Feather Flock Together
by Scott Gustafson

"At some point in life," says Scott Gustafson, "we have all felt like the one who doesn't fit in…the oddball, the ugly duckling. This painting is a visual explanation of that feeling, for when 'birds of a feather flock together,' there is always someone left out. What this little fellow may not know now, but will eventually learn, is that the swans have a club all of their own."

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
14"w x 9"h.
$210
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Dancing on the Shore (1)
by Steve Hanks

"This private dance on the foggy Oregon beach expresses joy and freedom," says Steve Hanks. "As the young dancer twirls, we learn that we are not the audience this dance is meant for." From the girl's simple yet powerful reflection in the water to the sunlight dissipating through the misty sky, this beautiful work of art will make an uplifting and inspiring addition to any wall.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
10"w x 14"h.
$210
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Circling the Enemy
by Z.S. Liang

During the mid-nineteenth century, conflict with resident Native Americans intensified as settlers continued their westward expansion. This mixed party of Lakota and Northern Cheyenne warriors stands literally between the West and an approaching convoy of covered wagons. The skies are dark and threatening, emphasizing the imminent expansion and conquest of the Native Americans. They ride out bravely in the setting sun, aware that it may already be too late to preserve their land and their lives. "The physical strength of the horses and the daring of the men," says Z.S. Liang, "combined with the pounding hooves and war cries, generate a sense of great energy and power in this mounted strike force!"

Those who are fortunate enough to see Z.S. Liang's work in person are quick to compare him to the great masters of modern Western art, from Frank McCarthy to Howard Terpning. Within the last year alone, the market for both Liang's originals and limited editions has erupted.
Pueblo Street Market, 1920s, his last release from The Greenwich Workshop, was Sold Out at Publisher within thirty days. This is your chance to purchase a spectacular and dynamic work from one of the rising stars of Western art—don't miss out!

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 35 s/n.
52"w x 33"h (unstretched).
$2450
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 50 s/n.
34"w x 21"h.
$950
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Pequot Warrior
by Z.S. Liang

The introduction of Z. S. Liang to the Greenwich Workshop family with the release of
Pueblo Street Market, 1920s was an immediate success. Along with artist Mian Situ, Liang has been dubbed one of the heirs apparent to the legacy of master artists Howard Terpning and Frank McCarthy. Liang's exceptional talent with color and light is evident in Pequot Warrior, his stunning first Greenwich Workshop SmallWorks™ release.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$250
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Yosemite Landscape
by Stephen Lyman

"This painting was inspired by the scene at the top of Yosemite Falls on the north rim of Yosemite Valley," wrote artist and explorer Stephen Lyman. "There, one has a panoramic view of Yosemite Point, Mount Clark, Gray Peak, Red Peak, Mount Starr King, Glacier Point, Sentinel Dome and Sentinel Rock." If you look closely at this beautiful Greenwich Workshop SmallWorks™ Limited Edition, you can just make out three figures atop a ridge on the left-the artist, his wife and a close friend.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 150, signed by Andrea Lyman and numbered.
21"w x 6"h.
$235
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Morning Adoration
by Michael Mao

Artist Michael Mao's paintings showcase a diverse range of subject matter, from landscape to still life to figurative work. His keen eye for lighting and his sensitive brush imbue every image with warmth and energy. In
Morning Adoration, his contribution to the Spring 2008 SmallWorks™ Collection, Mao has perfectly captured the tenderness and intimacy of the bond between mother and child.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$195
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Hide and Seek with the Sun
by Bonnie Marris

This red fox and his family are frequent visitors to the creek behind Bonnie Marris' studio and she has painted them many times over the years, most recently in
Contemplating the Dragonfly. Marris' sensitive portraits of animals in their natural habitats have found a wide audience with collectors of both original and limited edition art. Her award-winning work will be on display at the Coeur d'Alene Art Auction in July.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 125 s/n.
16"w x 8"h.
$225
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Warriors of the Northern Mountains
by Frank C. McCarthy

With legends as great in scale as the landscape of the American West itself, the Plains Indians of Frank McCarthy's paintings thunder across the canvas, hunting buffalo, scouting war parties and protecting their territory. McCarthy's iconic style and expert composition bring these larger-than-life legends to life in dramatic works that have defined and inspired a generation of artists. With this legacy in mind The Greenwich Workshop is pleased to present
Warriors of the Northern Mountains, a brand-new, never-before-seen release from Frank McCarthy.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 and numbered.
8"w x 16"h.
$245
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Knowledge of Good and Evil
by Emily McPhie

"This painting is about right and wrong," says Emily McPhie. "Not just knowing the difference, but making the right decision and having the conviction and confidence to stick to it. The figure in pink is very sure of herself and her choice; but she's also struck a balance—she's not all in red and she's not all in white. She understands that the right decision is also about finding balance in all things and following it, and that there may not even be one right decision. To quote J.R.R. Tolkien, 'All we have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given us.'"


Click here to watch a short video of the artist discussing this work

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 100 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$195
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Channel Dawn
by William S. Phillips

The Supermarine Spitfire was a single-seat fighter used by the British and many other Allied countries during World War II. Easily identified by its distinctive elliptical wings, the Spitfire grew to legendary status during the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire performed so well during the battle and was so beloved by pilots that, unlike other models, it remained in production through the end of the war.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 125 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$225
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Into the Arms of the Dragon
by William S. Phillips

The Doolittle Raid on Japan was always designed as a one way mission: from the carrier to friendly airfields in China by way of Tokyo. Due to early discovery by Japanese picket boats, Captain David Jones and the rest of Crew 5 (aircraft 02283) left the deck of the USS Hornet knowing their one-way trip was perilously shorter. They knew that their B-25 did not have the range to make those friendly airfields, and getting to the China coast or past Japanese-occupied China would take great skill and uncommon luck. At a small break in the cloud cover over Chu Chow the members of Crew 5, who could coax their aircraft no further, left the plane, trusting their parachutes, the wind and the Chinese people to lead them to safety.

In Chinese folklore the lóng, or dragon, symbolizes all that is good: abundance, prosperity, good fortune, nobility, and divine protection, as well as the Chinese people themselves. The dragon is believed to be the benevolent guardian of water, as well as life-giving rain and storms. As they tumbled into the stormy night sky, David Jones and his crew entrusted their safety-and their lives-to the arms of the dragon.

The Chinese paid dearly for the aid and shelter they provided to American soldiers. In the Zhejiang-Jiangxi Campaign, Japanese forces killed an estimated 250,000 Chinese civilians as retaliation and intimidation to prevent further assistance of American soldiers. The brave sacrifices of the Chinese saved many lives and solidified the American people in their determination to succeed. William S. Phillips inspiring new limited edition Into the Arms of the Dragon pays tribute to the combined efforts of two nations. Both the Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas and Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Print of this spectacular image have been signed by surviving members of Doolittle's Raiders.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 200 s/n.
30"w x 24"h.
$995
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Print (shown above):
limited to 350 s/n.
25"w x 19 1/2"h.
$450
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The Red Balloon
by Mian Situ

In China, red is considered the most auspicious color, bringing prosperity, honor and good fortune. At the turn of the twentieth century, Chinese immigrants to the United States incorporated American traditions and inventions with their own. This young boy is fortunate enough to have a red balloon of his own, marked with the flag of his new homeland. Mian Situ's evocative, award-winning portraits cross cultural boundaries and resonate with the universal human experience.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 100 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$275
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Thunder and Dust
by Daniel Smith

Of all the great animals of North America, none symbolizes the American West more than the buffalo. As a source of food and clothing for both Native Americans and settlers, the buffalo supplied our growing nation with the raw materials to successfully become the country we are today. Sadly, they were hunted almost to extinction as human settlements grew and expanded further westward in the nineteenth century. Strenuous human effort to protect and re-introduce the wild buffalo over the last hundred years have proven successful, but the sight of a thundering herd—the breathtaking sight that greeted so many early Americans-remains rare indeed. The great herds that once roamed the plains have dwindled, but their place in the history and mythology of our nation is eternal.

Now wildlife artist Daniel Smith brings his spectacular vision to the American Buffalo.
Thunder and Dust, his newest Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Edition, celebrates the majesty and power of these magnificent animals. The original painting, Smith's entry in this year's Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale, was priced at $29,000, but you can bring home the heart of the West for as little as $1250.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 50 s/n.
41"w x 23"h (unstretched).
$1250
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Frosty
by John Weiss

God sat down for a moment when the dog was finished in order to watch it, and knew that it was good, that nothing was lacking, that it could not have been made better. - Rainer Maria Rilke

Through good times and adversity, from bare cupboards to the last cookie on the plate, our canine friends are glad to share it all. Like John Weiss' Frosty their eternal loyalty, unconditional love and wet noses make them perfect companions.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
10"w x 8"h.
$195
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The First Dance, 1884 Americana
by Morgan Weistling

There has never been a better time to purchase a Morgan Weistling Fine Art Limited Edition. As we write this, five of Weistling's limited editions have sold out and several more are in Low Inventory, and the market for his originals is just as hot. For the second year in a row, Weistling took both the Artists' and Patrons' Choice Awards at the 2008 Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale, and his original painting sold for $286,100—nearly three times the reserve price. The painting?
The First Dance, 1884 Americana.

The idea for the painting, begun as a sketchbook drawing years ago, had taken years to come to fruition. In addition to finding the perfect models, costumes and composition, Morgan did not want to begin on the painting until he could give it his full concentration. Finally, one day last year, he began to create what John Geraghty described in Western Art Collector as "his signature work, an absolute master work."

Why paint a wedding? "I wanted to celebrate the institution of marriage," says Weistling. "I have been married to my lovely wife JoAnn for 17 years. I thought of the commitment we made in front of family and friends and what a wonderful feeling it would be to do a painting about that."

A celebration this joyous demands a large-scale format.
The First Dance, 1884 Americana will light up a room as a Greenwich Workshop Masterwork™ Giclée Canvas.


Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 30 s/n.
50"w x 33"h (unstretched).
$1950
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 100 s/n.
27"w x 18"h.
$595
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Emily's Corn
by Morgan Weistling

With the outstanding success of his sold-out releases
The Egg Inspector, Emmie's Catch, Spilled Milk and Apple Girl, Morgan Weistling has found a home in the heart of the art world. The sweet innocence of his subjects and Weistling's skill as a painter combine to produce art that is as accomplished as it is irresistible. Emily's Corn invites us to re-enter the warmth of the farmhouse kitchen.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:

limited to 125 s/n.
9"w x 13"h.
$235
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