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Long-tailed Duck with Decoy:
2009-2010 Federal Duck Stamp Print

by Joshua Spies

Winning the Federal Duck Stamp Contest is one of the most coveted honors a wildlife artist can hope to achieve. Add to that the creation of the first-ever Fine Art Giclée Canvas of a Duck Stamp Print, and Joshua Spies has doubly made his mark in Duck Stamp History. Spies competed against 270 entrants in the 2008 contest that determines which image would adorn the 2009-2010 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp. The program has been in place since 1934, when it was determined the stamp itself would act as the federal license for hunting migratory waterfowl. Since then this license evolved into a fund that has generated over $700 million to purchase or lease over 5.2 million acres of waterfowl habitat in the United States.

This inaugural release of a canvas edition of the Duck Stamp Print adds yet another legacy to the auspicious program which has helped to popularize the collecting of prints in the United States. The Canvas Edition is accompanied by two Federal Duck stamps, one in mint condition, the other signed by Joshua Spies.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 500 s/n.
10"w x 7"h.
$375
Canvas is accompanied by two Duck Stamps: one signed, one unsigned.
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Fine Art Print:
limited to 10,500.
9"w x 61/2"h.
$185
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Testing the Waters

by Bonnie Marris

Wildlife artist Bonnie Marris is exuberant about her favorite subjects: wolves, horses and bears but just about any wildlife subject portrayed with their young is the most exciting of all. Marris took what became, for her, an historic research trip to Yellowstone National Park last year because she was lucky enough to witness an unusual number of bear and their young. Stationed near one of the only fast-running rivers in the Park, Marris observed the mother bring her babies down to see water for the first time. A ferocious and dangerous mammal, this mother bear treated her cubs with gentle patience and care.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 125 s/n.
30"w x 20"h.
$595
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