by Daniel Smith
When the Eiteljorg Museum presented
wildlife artist Daniel Smith with the Quest for
the West’s first-ever Artist of Distinction Award, they set the bar exceptionally high. The Artist of Distinction Award, which confers Smith with an exclusive one-man exhibition
at this year’s Quest for the West show, represents just how significant his work is to
the art community at large.
Sun Struck, Smith’s newest Fine Art Limited Edition, demonstrates all the qualities that make the artist an awardwinner. While Dan Smith is known for his portraits of elk, we wanted to wait until exactly the right image came along to publish it as a full-size canvas.The instant we saw Sun Struck, we knew we had a winner. As the pale golden dawn greets the mighty elk, Smith’s deft and flawless brushstrokes create a truly unforgettable scene.
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas
limited to 100 s/n.
32"w x 21"h.
Call of the Sea
by Luke Frazier
Continuing the Greenwich Workshop tradition of delivering the finest, most award-winning art from today’s most sought-after artists, it is with great pride that we present Luke Frazier’s Call of the Sea. The original painting, which was inspired by the artist’s travel across Alaska and Canada, exceeded its expected sale price at the 2008 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction by over $15,000. Frazier, whose work was recently described as “an exotic combination of Kuhn’s modernism and the classic palette of the academicians” by National Museum of Wildlife Art cofounder Bill Kerr, looms large among living wildlife artists.
When you purchase a Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Edition, you know you’re getting the art that compliments the very essence of your home, your lifestyle and your interests. For essential wildlife art, look no further than Luke Frazier, the Greenwich Workshop and Call of the Sea.
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas
limited to 50 s/n.
37"w x 23"h.