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Coming Home

by Rod Frederick

The inspiration for this painting came from the early successes in re-populating the West Coast with the bald eagle, our national symbol that had landed on the endangered species list in 1967. Loss of habitat, hunting and the suspected effects of the insecticide DDT on eagle fertility contributed to their steep decline throughout the 19th century. In 2007, the Interior Department took the eagle off the Endangered Species list but the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act continues to make it illegal to take, sell, trade or collect eagles or eagle parts.

“It’s one of my favorite subjects to paint,” says Rod Frederick. “I see them all the time here in the Cascades.” Over two thirds of the world’s bald eagle population has “come home” to breed and thrive in Alaska and British Columbia, largely due to the undeveloped land and the salmon fisheries.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
36"w x 14"h.
$625
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Also by Rod Frederick

Moonlighting

by Rod Frederick
SmallWorks™ Canvas
   

 




Does it Get Any Better?
by John Weiss

Is someone being taught to “fetch?” or, is someone being taught to “throw?” If you think about it,  everything we understand about training something is in play. A behavior not genetically inherent to our survival is being impressed upon us through the will of another. We receive positive reinforcement for engaging in the behavior which encourages us to repeat it again and again. Even if we initiate the behavior, we generally do not stop until the canine has decided the behavior is complete. Heck, we’ll even fight over the stick just to get the chance to throw it again!

If the reward is a lifetime of loyalty and companionship, then this submission to another’s will is a glorious one. John Weiss has no equal when it comes to capturing this bond between man and dog. From capturing the mischievous gleam in a puppy’s eye to the long walks in the woods with your companion at your side, Weiss’ art constantly reminds us, Does It Get any Better? 

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
20"w x 15"h.
$395
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Also by John Weiss

Before the Tempest

by John Weiss
Canvas | Print

Heart and Soul

by John Weiss
Print
 


Autumn Friends

by John Weiss
Canvas | Print


Let's Play

by John Weiss
Print
 


 

 

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