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Brothers and Sisters

by Judy Larson®

The pairing of an alpha male and 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 within the clan and assume roles and responsibilities uniquely their own. 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, although 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.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 150 s/n.
28"w x 16"h.
$650
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The Spirit Within
Many of Larson’s paintings contain a hidden image. To see images hidden within Larson paintings visit: www.greenwichworkshop.com/larsonkey

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The Alphas
by Judy Larson

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Fleeting Sun

by Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith’s paintings of wildlife, be it bear, moose, bison, crow or even otter, capture the complete essence of a species in a single moment, a brief pause in an otherwise very physical existence. Likewise viewing these paintings leaves us stilled, like hikers or mountaineers who round a bend and come unexpectedly upon the beauty and fierce intelligence of the animals who share our earth.

North American cougars are now largely extinct in the Northeast United States but are still prevalent in parts of the West, notably Wyoming which has the largest North American population. A solitary, stalk-and-ambush predator, cougar favor deer, elk, bighorn sheep and the occasional domestic cattle.

Fleeting Sun is unusual for Daniel Smith in that the sunlight is hitting his subject perpendicularly, highlighting the silky, tawny coat against the cool shadows of gathering dusk in the cliffs behind.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
24"w x 16"h.
$595
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Also by Daniel Smith


Summit Sanctuary
by Daniel Smith
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