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The Long Twilight by Rod Frederick MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION Image size: 48"w x 10"h.

The Long Twilight by Rod Frederick MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION Image size: 48"w x 10"h.

Simon Combes - The Crossing -  MASTERWORK ANNIVERSARY EDITION Published by the Greenwich Workshop

Simon Combes - The Crossing - MASTERWORK ANNIVERSARY EDITION Published by the Greenwich Workshop

Daniel-Long-Soldier-The-Story-of-Jack-Red-Cloud-Native-American

Daniel Long Soldier "The Story of Jack Red Cloud " Native American

Daniel-Long-Soldier-The-Story-of-Jack-Red-Cloud-Native-American

Rod Frederick - Bird´s Eye View -  LIMITED EDITION CANVAS Published by the Greenwich Workshop

Rod Frederick - Bird´s Eye View - LIMITED EDITION CANVAS Published by the Greenwich Workshop

The Great Northern by Tucker Smith ANNIVERSARY MASTERWORK CANVAS Image size: 60"w x 15"h.

The Great Northern by Tucker Smith ANNIVERSARY MASTERWORK CANVAS Image size: 60"w x 15"h.

Red Alert By Rod Frederick Published by The Greenwich Workshop

Red Alert By Rod Frederick Published by The Greenwich Workshop

HOMELAND CHALLENGE by Rod Frederick LIMITED EDITION CANVAS Image size: 36"w x 15"h.  Limited Edition of: 50

HOMELAND CHALLENGE by Rod Frederick LIMITED EDITION CANVAS Image size: 36"w x 15"h. Limited Edition of: 50

Grounds Keepers By Rod Frederick Published by The Greenwich Workshop

Grounds Keepers By Rod Frederick Published by The Greenwich Workshop

"Sunset Fire" by Stephen Lyman - The season is late summer and all the snow has melted from the mountains. So the campfire was not built to create warmth but for the sheer enjoyment of seeing its simple beauty. The fire is blazing and very hot. The viewer is close to it for an immediate experience right in front of you.  It's a campfire during sunset in the mountains. The setting is not any one place but a combination of landscape elements from Yosemite.

"Sunset Fire" by Stephen Lyman - The season is late summer and all the snow has melted from the mountains. So the campfire was not built to create warmth but for the sheer enjoyment of seeing its simple beauty. The fire is blazing and very hot. The viewer is close to it for an immediate experience right in front of you. It's a campfire during sunset in the mountains. The setting is not any one place but a combination of landscape elements from Yosemite.

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