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Early Spring at Stony Creek
by June Carey

There’s life in everything during Spring. It’s something you take in before you focus on it or truly see it. Trees, still seemingly barren of leaves, take on a pinkish cast as a million tiny buds swell towards bloom. Rivers and streams run full with the Spring melt and yellow grass gives way to brilliant green. The light itself seems cast with a warmer glow, even while the nights may still hold the winter’s chill.

June Carey’s Early Spring at Stony Creek embraces that golden moment when we become aware that the change of season is upon us. Life is renewing. This is one of those rare images that causes the smells, sounds and feelings of a time and place to come flooding forth. The whole scene is so familiar and feels so close to home we are certain we have been here.

Like Above Slide Ranch or Fall Vineyard, this Fine Art Gilcee captures the essence of a single location so precisely that its allure is universal. Let some of the light of Spring warm your walls all the year through.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
24"w x 18"h.
$495
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Brothers and Sisters
by Judy Larson®

The pairing of an alpha male and alpha female represent a wolf pack’s genesis, but it truly becomes a pack as the offspring arrive and grow. Judy Larson first introduced us to the Elsinore Clan in 2007 with The Alphas. Nearly two years later we meet the next generation with Brothers and Sisters.

The core population of most packs is comprised of the alphas’ offspring. This bond of blood is one the prime sources of the affection and mutual aid upon which these groups are so dependent. From birth, these brothers and sisters will compete for social standing with in the clan and assume roles and responsibilities uniquely theirs. The disappearance of a wolf from a pack such as Elsinore will leave a hole not easily and quickly filled.

Such is the case here with Brothers and Sisters. We can immediately see three of the Elsinore Clan offspring lurking among the aspens. Close examination will reveal Judy has concealed a fourth, though this member of the pack remains only in spirit. She is no longer with the pack, but the memory of her place and role within it still lingers.

Judy Larson stands alone in skill and storytelling mastery of her chosen medium: scratchboard. No medium demands more planning and precision in execution, yet her subjects are alive with a freedom of form that redefines those limitations. That skill combined with a passion for the wilderness and all things wild makes owning a Larson an essential part of any art collection.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 150 s/n.
28"w x 16"h.
$650
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When Omens Turn Bad
by Frank C. McCarthy

A Comanche war chief turns his raiding party back toward camp after encountering what his dreams have told him is a bad omen, a violent storm that sets the night sky on fire. The scout, known by his wolf headdress, looks wildly over his shoulder as he urges his horse to an even faster pace Brave warriors who would not flinch before a human enemy were often awed by thunder and lightning, a force they could not control.

AnniversaryEdition™
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

edition not to exceed 75 and numbered.
32"w x 17"h.
$695
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Journey to the Medicine Wheel

by Howard Terpning®

“The medicine wheel has been described by Native Americans as a Chapel in the Wilderness. The circle represents the universe. The lines to the center are messengers which carry the voice of man to God. The rock represents great grandmother earth.

 “There is one such site at 10,000 feet atop the Big Horn Mountains. The limestone rocks form a circle almost 90 feet in diameter with 28 spokes. It is said that today more than 80 tribes take the long hike up the mountain to worship at the wheel. Crow tribal elder John Hill says that for more than a millennium the wheel has been a place for fasting and vision quests. There are many such wheels of varying sizes throughout the Northern Plains, some known only to the Native American.

“I first became interested in the medicine wheel when a friend brought me to the site of a small one in 1985 in the Bitterroot Range. I took a photo of the scene but it was getting dark and the image was underexposed, but at least it gave me a record of the scene. I thought there I might do a painting about the wheel, but nothing came to mind. Fifteen years later another friend sent me a newspaper article with a photo of the wheel covered with snow. I mulled over the idea for another seven years before I finally figured out how the picture should be composed. I’m relieved that the painting is finally out of my system and yet sad that the adventure is over.”

MasterWork™
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 85 s/n.
52"w x 35"h (unstretched).
$2950
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A Giant Leap
by Alan Bean

Neil Armstrong’s first step on the Moon was Apollo’s most celebrated moment. No matter what our age, those of us on planet Earth remember exactly where we were and what we were doing at the time. “In A Giant Leap,” says artist and astronaut Alan Bean,“I show him shifting his weight onto the Moon, placing the first human footprint there. ‘That’s one small step for man,’  Neil said, ‘one giant leap for mankind.’”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 175 s/n.
10"w x 13"h.
$265
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cock and bull story...
by Will Bullas

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 12"h.
$175
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My Fair Lady
by Amanda Carder

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$195
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Eucalyptus Trunks
by June Carey

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 95 s/n.
16"w x 8"h.
$225
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First Rose
by James C. Christensen

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 250 s/n.
7"w x 10"h.
$195
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"Head five miles that way,...and then go five miles that way,...
’bring back every critter ya find !"

by Bob Coronato

“I was part of a brand crew in North East Wyoming and South East Montana around the turn of this century. We were gathering 10,000 acres at a time, on a ranch that covered several counties, and two states. As we headed out that morning towards the Montana bad lands, the boss told us to head out five miles that way,... etc. I was wondering how we were supposed to know when we reached five miles? After all, my roots are back east where 100 acres is a big farm.

“Nevertheless we gathered up everything we found and headed them back to the portable corals set up near the camp. We had a chuck wagon, ranch bedroll wagon, a remuda of horses and we slept in wall tents on the prairie. We moved camp about every other day, covering 20 some miles between camps. As I recall we branded 300 cows a day for about two weeks.

“The country we were working was so rough, yet beautiful and vast. It really impressed me as to the scale of the workplace where we were going to spend the days ahead, gathering the cow calves for branding. From Ridge Montana (population about 15) up to Rocky Point and Lightning Flats, I have the greatest memories, of some of the roughest countryside. The West really lives on in this small hideout of our country.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
17"w x 8"h.
$225
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Moonlighting
by Rod Frederick

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$195
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Navajo Girl
by Z. S. Liang

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
11"w x 11"h.
$250
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Coyote Afternoon
by Stephen Lyman

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100, numbered and signed by Andrea Lyman.
12"w x 9"h.
$235
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News and Commentary
by Bonnie Marris

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
16"w x 8"h.
$225
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Covering His Trail
by Frank C. McCarthy

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 and numbered.
19"w x 8"h.
$245
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Tortoise
by Emily McPhie

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
10"w x 12"h.
$195
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Last Light
by John Weiss

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 9"h.
$195
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Jessica
by Morgan Weistling

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art SmallWorks™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
9"w x 12"h.
$245
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