Streets of New Orleans
by Steve Hanks
“Life has many levels and this painting
shows several of them,” says artist Steve Hanks. “At the bottom are the people making a living on the street. The next level is the sidewalk, where the couples safely walk the perimeter and share their lives together. The only people on the balcony are an elderly couple who have made it through their life together and are observing everyone else. They have made it to the highest level and I view them with envy and pride.
“I was attracted to the wrought iron, the architecture and the overall romance of the city. New Orleans has a character that takes time to absorb.” Like the characters who populate it, this lively tribute to one of America’s most storied cities will take a lifetime to fully discover and enjoy.
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Anniversary Edition Giclée Canvas:
not to exceed 75 s/n.
46"w x 20"h (unstretched).
by Steve Hanks
“As this family enjoys a walk along the beach
in Del Mar, California,” says artist Steve Hanks,“a discussion with the younger daughter takes the full attention of her parents. This gives her
older sister a chance to pursue her interests. “I’ve heard it said that when you raise a boy
you only have one boy to worry about, but when you raise a daughter you have all of them to worry about. To illustrate this in Raising Daughters, the two girls and their mothers are the only females on the beach. I carried the story further by making the older daughter and the boy she is admiring into a couple in the far distant background, walking away.”
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée
limited to 100 s/n.
36"w x 14"h.