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The Fine Art of Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Editions
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SERENITY by Morgan Weistling

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n. 44"w x 30"h (unstretched). $975 | $1235 CDN | £580 + VAT.
Framing not included.
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Publisher’s Message

Morgan Weistling’s original painting Serenity sold for $40,000 during the Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale at the Museum of the American West in Los Angeles.“There are paintings that we, as artists, carry in our heads for years before they materialize,” says Morgan Weistling.“Serenity is one of them.”An artist not only visualizes a painting through its final stroke, but the entire presentation of the work to its completed state of being framed and hung on the wall.

Now Serenity is available to you as a MasterWork™ Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas. Morgan spent months painting the original work of art. It took us nearly as long to produce it as a Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas. We went through six rounds of proofing before Morgan and Greenwich were ready to let the printers begin producing this MasterWork™ canvas (most publishers would consider this excessive). The creation of a Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas starts once the artist puts the final touches on a painting and only ends with the presentation to you, the collector, of a custom framed work of art by your Authorized Greenwich Workshop Dealer.

The Making of
a Fine Art Giclée Canvas

Artist Morgan Weistling puts the final touches on the original painting.

The original is photographed at The Greenwich Workshop. The digital image is sent to the printer.

The printer supplies a press proof, which is corrected for color and manufacturing flaws by the artist…

and the Greenwich Workshop Production Manager.

Once the color is approved, the limited edition canvas is printed on a giclée printer. The printer checks the canvases, which are then sent to the artist for his inspection and signature.

The signed and numbered canvas is inspected again by The Greenwich Workshop and shipped to your Authorized Dealer to be stretched and framed in consultation with you. The final result is the masterpiece as shown above.