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Small River Big Fish
by Nelson Boren

Fish On! Taut line, bent rod, quick snap, big grin, reel whines, arms high, bigger grin. Out of the corner of their eye from a hundred yards away, any angler can recognize the lines, body language and adrenaline surge of a hook-up. It is gestalt personified.

Nelson Boren’s rise to prominence in the art world has been built upon applying this concept of gestalt to cowboy life. His large format graphics tell whole stories of the durable American icon one intimate slice at a time. So, it was only a matter of time before Nelson’s other great passion emerged in the studio. 

With his first release on the art of fishing, Nelson presents us with just a fragment of a magic day on a clear cold river. Quickly, the mind flows and we fill in the rest; lunkers cruising just beneath the surface, a furtive boil here and there, shooting lines, the favored creel heavy with success. Reproduced as a Fine Art Giclée on Paper this edition captures all the wonder and presentation of the watercolor original and is sure to disappear as quickly as a tail rise in a favored run.    

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée on Paper:
limited to 35 s/n.
35"w x 27"h.
$750
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toast of the Rhine...
by Will Bullas

Will Bullas’ enormously popular Food and Wine series is a playful tribute to the world of fine food and wine and the characters that inhabit it. He won Best of Show in 2007 from the Taster’s Guild International Label Competition for his painting the wine kingyes, a lion, in a tux, with a glass of cabernet!―used on Chateau Lafayette Reneau’s Roaring Red wine label. He has won the Past President’s Medal for distinguished work in watercolor from the American Watercolor Society, as well as their Mario Cooper/Dale Meyers Medal.
           
toast of the Rhine joins Will’s previous Fine Art Editions on the subject, white wine and tails and Crabernet. Although most of Germany’s vineyards owe their existence to the Rhine River, the area is not so well known for its wildlife. The solemnity of the rhino may remind you of a stuffy sommelier but the blush in his cheek betrays this wine aficionado’s essential modesty. toast of the Rhine… will make a delightful addition to your wine cellar, kitchen or office.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
11"w x 17"h.
$235
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The Agile Bark Canoe
by John Buxton

The Native People of the Eastern Woodlands built two types of canoes: dug-outs, fashioned from tree trunks, and more lightweight canoes made of bark, preferably birch since it was easier to form. The men in The Agile Bark Canoe are in hunting canoes of a style attributed to the Passamaquoddy―but perhaps these Indians traded for them, as was done frequently. They were as light as an autumn leaf upon water, with the ability to navigate rivers, shallow streams, marshes and moderate rapids. Being extremely light enabled easy portage between waterways and yet they were capable of carrying heavy loads. A canoe this size (12 feet long by 30 inches wide at its center) could be lifted with one hand and was very stable when fully loaded. The bark canoe was fast and infinitely more versatile than any small craft of the European settlers.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
25"w x 25"h.
$695
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Gold Rush Days

by Bob Coronato

Gold Rush Days is a passionate recreation of the iconic western rodeo poster.  Using his skills as an intaglio printmaker and painter, Bob combined drawing and silkscreen with layers of oil and acrylic glazes to get that aged effect he was seeking. Having spent years as a real cowboy in Wyoming, Coronato’s sense of western authenticity is impeccable.

Gold Rush Days is made available as both a giclée on paper and giclée canvas, each capturing the different moods Coronato set out to create. The paper edition feels as if it is an antique poster created 100 years ago. The canvas edition could be an original painting that at one time hung in a frontier saloon lacking only the embedded scent of decades old cigars. 

MasterWork™
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 25 s/n.
15"w x 37"h. (Unstretched. Ships with 1 1/2" stretcher bars for the option of Gallery Wrap presentation.)
$795
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Print:
limited to 75 s/n.
12"w x 30"h.
$395
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The Signal
by Z. S. Liang

High in the Rocky Mountains of Montana a Blackfeet warrior sits sentinel over the approaches to his people’s land. The reports are a war party from a rival tribe is on the move in the area. Scouts have been posted at key locations throughout the passes. Movement below confirms the Blackfeets’ information to be true. The signal is given. An intruder is near! The enemy is coming!

The Hudson Bay Company trade blanket places this event as happening sometime in the middle of the 19th century, but that is about as much information as Z.S. Liang is willing to give us. “The viewer is meant to create their own story about what has or will happen,” says Liang, “Some of the best stories are those not told.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 35 s/n.
21"w x 33"h.
$895
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A Walk in the Woods

by Stephen Lyman

The bulk and majesty of a solitary bull (male) moose moves deliberately through a forest of aspen. He appears and disappears as he weaves through the trees in deep snow. The mating season completed, this bull will drop his antlers soon in order to conserve energy for the winter. A new set of antlers will grow in the spring. The moose and the American aspen are native to much of the same North American territory. A Walk in the Woods is an iconic Stephen Lyman image: a spectacular wildlife subject, ensconced in its habitat.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 and signed by Andrea Lyman.
28"w x 19"h.
$650
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Welcome Artist Gary Ernest Smith

Gary Ernest Smith’s success in contemporary art emanates from a wellspring not always associated with the genre: tradition and values. “The foundation of all my paintings is the rural experience, because that is who I am,” Smith says. “Self-reliance, self-respect and self-worth emergefrom the agricultural experience.” These aspects of Smith's life became the catalyst for his distinctive style.

“I strive for simplicity, seek imaginative colors and use bold forms,” he states.  Barn at Cove Oregon and Man in Red, Smith’s introductory fine art giclée editions from the Greenwich Workshop, are perfect examples of the iconic rural vistas and heroic figures he is renowned for. “Of the main themes I deal with, productivity and self-sufficiency seem to recur. I attempt to portray something of the struggles and triumphs of those who work with a sometimes friendly, sometimes harsh land.”

Smith’s paintings are celebrations of personal roots and time-worn memories formed on, and by, a sparse and austere land. These renderings are permanent glimpses of a rapidly changing and ever shrinking way of life. Lauded by critics and collectors alike, Gary Ernest Smith is recognized as one of the important contemporary painters of our time and a significant addition to any fine art collection. Both Barn at Cove Oregon and Man in Red are extremely low edition sizes and the first giclée on canvas editions by this highly sought-after Utah artist.

 



Barn at Cove Oregon

by Gary Ernest Smith

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas

limited to 30 s/n.
24"w x 18"h.
$545
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Man in Red

by Gary Ernest Smith

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas

limited to 30 s/n.
26"w x 34"h. (Stretched on 1½" stretcher bars for Gallery Wrap presentation.)
$945
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Horse of a Different Color

by Howard Terpning®

“I once read an account of a Cheyenne warrior who painted his body and his horse’s body entirely blue,” says Howard Terpning. “Just imagine the startling effect that must have had on his enemies as he charged them in battle. That description gave me the idea for the title (which seemed obvious). Adding the warrior’s son in the painting felt logical and gave the picture a higher level of human interest. To have listened in on the father and son conversation as this warrior prepared himself for battle would have been something.”

As we made the selection of this painting to reproduce, it occurred to us that this is the first Terpning work we have published that focused so directly on the relationship between a father and a son. It surprised us that there were actually so few paintings he had done on the subject. We think that makes this release kind of special. By the way, Howard’s son Steven modeled for the boy.

The other unique aspect of this release is its physical size. It is larger than a SmallWorks™, but is still of a size that compliments the intimate nature of the story. 

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 300 s/n.
20"w x 13"h.
$495
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