Friday, January 27, 2012

Gilleon Booth Museum Show


R. Tom Gilleon has a one man exhibition opening January 28, 2012 at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville Georgia. The exhibition will run through May 27, 2012 and includes over 30 paintings, a number of which have been released by The Greenwich Workshop as Fine Art Editions.

The Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, GA
Tom will be attending a reception for the exhibition March 8, 2012 and a catalogue of the show will be available. You can visit the Booth website at www.boothmuseum.org

Autry Masters Show Sets the Stage

Curious as to what the 2012 year in art will bring? The doors open in one week on the first major museum art show of 2012 and the Family of Greenwich Artists will be well represented: sixteen are showing at this invitation only event! You can visit the show's comprehensive website http://theautry.org/masters-of-the-american-west-2012/overview. Better yet, visit the Autry National Center in Los Angeles and see the show yourself from February 4 to March 18.

Here's a taste of what you'll see:
Returning to the Bay, Christopher Blossom

Window to the Arctic, Greg Beecham

 
Going to Treaty, John Buxton

Wild Onions, Don Crowley

Pouncer, Luke Frazier


 
Trading for Moccasins, Z.S. Liang

Tsunami, Bonnie Marris

Cattle Land in Winter, Dean Mitchell

The Grand Expedition, William S. Phillips

Street Fair, Mian Situ

Alpine Aura,  Dan Smith

Return to the Prairie, Tucker Smith

The Spanish Shawl, JoAnn Peralta

Traders Among the Crow, Howard Terpning

Winter Sun - Isis, Curt Walters

The Doll Laundry, Morgan Weislting

Old Santa Fe Trail, Kim Wiggins


And as a special reward for following this post this far, you are one of the first to know that The Greenwich Workshop will be publishing Terpning: A Tribute to the Plains People in conjunction with his one man retrospective that opens at the Autry May 12, 2012.

Stay tuned for details...


Monday, January 9, 2012

Bask in the Warm Mediterranean Sun

Wouldn't you love to be on the sun drenched shores of the Italian Coast right now. We know June Carey would, but, she is here in the States preparing for her annual show at American Visions in Folsom, CA. Her featured new original work for the event is The Amalfi Coast, and June has invited us into her studio to watch this original work of art come to life .


The painting places us high in the hills of Ravello, looking east towards Minori down on the Amalfi coast. Age-old towns, villas and vineyards sit above a tranquil, aqua-blue Mediterranean Sea that is truly one of the most magical destinations on earth. By following this link Take Me to The Amalfi Coast you be able to see this tantalizing work of art take form. We will update June's progress twice a week leading up to the show itself and give you a little peek into June's creative process.

Underpainting
If basking in a little warm Italian summer sun every day sounds good to you, reserve your own copy of the Fine Art Giclee Canvas Amalfi Coast from your authorized dealer.

A painting takes form