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Love is in the Air

by Rod Frederick

“Within a few weeks the golden leaves of the aspen trees will have fallen,” says artist Rod Frederick, “but at
this very second this bull moose has stumbled into a magical moment with his lovely lady. Autumn is my favorite season of the year, when the leaves begin to change and the large ungulates—the elk, deer and moose—try to take care of all the things they need to do before the long winter arrives.

“The scene shown here exists in no particular place, but is in fact a composite of several locations from
Alaska to Wyoming and Montana. These hardy spruce and fir trees have seen quite a lot of snow, but they’ve been around long enough to see that spring is never very far away . . . except in Alaska.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
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41"w x 13"h (unstretched).
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Prairie Thunder

by Joshua Spies

From the cave drawings of early man to Native American petroglyphs to the celebrated paintings of Catlin, McCarthy and Bama, the buffalo has long represented the freedom and possibility of our beautiful country. After a close brush with extinction, these noble animals have made an astonishing comeback, and the majestic sight of a herd of buffalo can once again lift the spirits of a weary cross-country traveler. The excitement of the wilderness comes to life in Joshua Spies’ Prairie Thunder. An event of epic proportions, the bulk of this massive herd comes rolling across the plains like an afternoon thundercloud. Spies, a native of South Dakota, has traveled the world in search of animals to paint but it is here, in the great open sky of the West, that his love of wildlife and skill with the brush shines brightest.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MuseumEdition™ Giclée Canvas:
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62"w x 20"h (unstretched).
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