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Lake of the Shining Rocks

by Stephen Lyman

“When this lake was named Tenaya Lake, after the last chief of the Ahwahneechee Indians, that tribe already
had its own name for it,” wrote Stephen Lyman. “For generations, they had been calling Pyweak (Pie-weeack),
which means Lake of the Shining Rocks. It’s a very beautiful place where a lot of people go in the summertime, but by October everybody’s back at school or back at work.

“I really enjoy painting light, trees, rocks, water and reflections. I love those elements and I love walking over the rock inYosemite. This is a scene that just invites you to step onto that slope, even though it’s not level. It’s asking you to keep your balance and open your senses as fully as you can. Walking over that rock puts you in touch with nature . . . with all of life, really.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Anniversary Edition™ Giclée Canvas:
Edition not to exceed 75, signed by Andrea Lyman and numbered.
40"w x 27"h (unstretched).
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Evening Star

by Stephen Lyman


The Moonwatchers

by William S. Phillips

“This is a celebration of commitment and enduring romance,” says William S. Phillips. It is a love story, one that speaks of love in its various stages.You cannot help but wonder how many times our moonwatchers have held hands and shared dreams sorrows as they have watched each season pass and each new moon wax and wane.
“Our couple sits quietly with their dogs, gazing out across chapters of their lives.There is the warm and comfortable home that has heard the laughter of children; there is the church where they were married so many years ago. And there in the distance, is ‘their’ moon. I hope this print can be shared and appreciated by lovers—the moonwatchers—of any age.”This beloved work of art from acclaimed painter William S. Phillips returns as a Greenwich Workshop Anniversary Edition. Like the full moon itself, The Moonwatchers will only appear for a limited time, so call your Greenwich Workshop Authorized Dealer today.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Anniversary Edition™ Giclée Canvas:
Edition not to exceed 175 s/n.
32"w x 19"h.
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Also by William S. Phillips...

If Only in My Dreams

by William S. Phillips

I'll Hold You in My Dreams

by William S. Phillips
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An Evening to Remember at Thunderbird Lodge...

by William S. Phillips




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