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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 Gilcée 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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Ledges of the Tapeats

by Curt Walters

For rafters on the Colorado River, the geologic splendor of the Grand Canyon rises at times a mile above them. The canyon’s inner gorge opens and closes, revealing and concealing sweeping vistas of towering cliffs, buttes and mesas. Floating downstream is a multihued descent through a North American geologic timeline.

The descent can also be sweltering. Arrival at the tapeats’ ledges represents the chance to get out of the beating sun and enjoy some cool shade. This layer of the Canyon was formed nearly half a billion years ago when Cambrian Seas covered the American southwest. Its exposure by the relentless, erosive force of the Colorado is a godsend to the river-borne tourist. Recognized by Art of the West Magazine as one of the “eight TRUE Masters” painting today, Curt Walters is renowned for capturing the Canyon’s myriad of faces and temperaments. No collection of Southwestern art is complete without a Walter’s landscape.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 30 s/n.
30"w x 25"h.
$795
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