Tuesday, November 18, 2008
The Pawnee by James Bama
The December issue of Southwest Art magazine, on newsstands now, features a cover story on today's living "Legends of Fine Art." Profiled in the article are three of The Greenwich Workshop's most prominent Western artists: Howard Terpning, James Bama and Don Crowley. The story celebrates "special artists who have displayed a timeless talent that sets them apart from the rest...These living legends have thrived for decades in the notoriously fickle art market. These passionate men and women have spent a lifetime of hard work and soul searching to arrive at their current position of excellence."
For more information, visit Southwest Art's Website.
Friday, November 14, 2008
This weekend, Greenwich Workshop artist Cassandra Barney makes a very special visit to Youngstown, Ohio. Barney was asked to be the guest artist at this year's Rich Center for Autism fundraiser event. The Rich Center was founded in 1995 with the mission of improving the lives of individuals with autism and their families through creativity and education. Cassandra will be speaking at the event and her original painting My Gift is the cornerstone of the evening's auction. My Gift is also available as an extremely limited edition Fine Art Canvas, exclusively through Boardman Gallery in Youngstown. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of Fine Art Canvases will also go to benefit the Rich Center.
For more information, visit The Rich Center's website or Cassandra's website.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Name: Kate Horowitz
Position at The Greenwich Workshop: Writer
Years at The Greenwich Workshop: 2
Newest Work: Men and Angels: The Art of James C. Christensen
Hobbies: Outside of her work for us, Kate is also pursuing a poetry career. Last year, for the first time, she collaborated with Greenwich Workshop Artist Cassandra Barney for a gallery show at Ernst & Ernst Collectors Gallery in Cannon Beach, Oregon, one they will reprise this coming May. To read more about their collaboration visit She Dreamed in Verse and Rhyme. Kate also loves baking and we have come to count on her for cupcakes or muffins at least a few times a month.
Thistle: poem by Kate Horowitz, drawing by Cassandra Barney.
Website: To see more of Kate's poetry visit Things Written Down.