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1. John Bye Drivin em Home   $550.00

There is a West of myth and legend and the working West that exists today. They are distant cousins who share a common ancestry but rarely meet. Yet, there are times and there are places where 150-years ago is only yesterday and the ageless nature of the land, the saddle and the round-up’s hoof driven dust reveals that the Old West and New still live side by side.

John Bye’s Drivin’ em Home captures―in his sweeping, high definition painting style―both the elegant form of the wild mustang and the powerful presence of a seasoned cowboy. “What impresses me is the potential collective strength of so many horses compared to that of relatively few cowboys,” commented John Bye. “It is these veteran hands’ ability to read these animals and their natural skills on horseback that keeps these herds together on their long relentless journeys. The feeling of summitting to that last rise and having home appear in the valley down below I’m sure is one that has been savored for generations.”

2. John Bye Drivin em Home MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $895.00

There is a West of myth and legend and the working West that exists today. They are distant cousins who share a common ancestry but rarely meet. Yet, there are times and there are places where 150-years ago is only yesterday and the ageless nature of the land, the saddle and the round-up’s hoof driven dust reveals that the Old West and New still live side by side.

John Bye’s Drivin’ em Home captures―in his sweeping, high definition painting style―both the elegant form of the wild mustang and the powerful presence of a seasoned cowboy. “What impresses me is the potential collective strength of so many horses compared to that of relatively few cowboys,” commented John Bye. “It is these veteran hands’ ability to read these animals and their natural skills on horseback that keeps these herds together on their long relentless journeys. The feeling of summitting to that last rise and having home appear in the valley down below I’m sure is one that has been savored for generations.”

3. John Bye Wing and a Prayer   $295.00

The hyper-realism of John Bye’s high-definition painting takes a good idea and transforms it into a bold and provocative statement on the transcendence of the natural world over man. The cross represents mortality as it is comprehended by man but already overcoming it is the growth of bindweed flowers and buds which represents new life. The owl, symbolizing the beauty of nature, glances towards the heavens in what seems to be its own recognition of God.

4. John Bye The Patriot   $345.00

The bald eagle embodies the boundless spirit of freedom. With a wingspan of up to eight feet, majestic looks and great strength it soars effortlessly through the grandeur of Nature. It has a sense of power and purpose in the air, a master of its destiny and domain. As our national emblem, it represents the value we place on the concept of such freedom and the boundless opportunity that presents
With John Bye’s The Patriot you are able to crest mountains side by side with this magnificent creature. Painted in his hyper-realistic HD Art style, one wonders whether Bye was aware that a mature bald eagle has nearly 7000 feathers when he began the project.
Still can’t believe it is a painting? Perhaps this is an excellent opportunity to consider Try It! Click the button above to view one of these incredible works in your own home. Just don’t wait too long, these editions are extremely limited!

5. John Bye The Patriot   $595.00

The bald eagle embodies the boundless spirit of freedom. With a wingspan of up to eight feet, majestic looks and great strength it soars effortlessly through the grandeur of Nature. It has a sense of power and purpose in the air, a master of its destiny and domain. As our national emblem, it represents the value we place on the concept of such freedom and the boundless opportunity that presents
With John Bye’s The Patriot you are able to crest mountains side by side with this magnificent creature. Painted in his hyper-realistic HD Art style, one wonders whether Bye was aware that a mature bald eagle has nearly 7000 feathers when he began the project.
Still can’t believe it is a painting? Perhaps this is an excellent opportunity to consider Try It! Click the button above to view one of these incredible works in your own home. Just don’t wait too long, these editions are extremely limited!

6. John Bye Tree Huggers   $395.00

Someone or something is prowling the forest and venturing too close to this brown bear’s brood so she has them climbing to higher ground for safety. The art on the canvas is so vibrant, sharp and clear, that John Bye’s painting has you believing you are viewing the nearby action live from a secluded forest blind.

The magic of Bye’s HD Art lies in his pain-staking attention to detail and the layering of translucent paint colors one atop another. When you get close enough for your nose to touch the canvas, you’ll see it’s a man-made creation, but it is infinitely better for you to step back and enjoy this enchanting work of art.

7. John Bye Catch of the Day   $245.00

“As a child I loved magic. Through it, you learn there are big differences between people observing something their brain has determined they will see, as opposed to what their eyes actually see. My art takes advantage that,” relates John Bye. “I paint photo-realistically because I am fascinated with technical aspects and the skills necessary to do it successfully. I see my paintings as High Definition windows on the world.

“I love painting birds of prey; they hunt, they eat. Everything about them is black and white. The precision and complexity necessary for an Osprey eagle to take a fish out of the water is something that takes your breath away. The beauty of that power and dexterity is what 'Catch of the Day' captures.”

Captures in High Definition we might add! Beyond the sheer beauty of the art John creates, the sudden realization that you or your friends are looking at a painting and not a photograph is part of the fun of owning his art. See for yourself! The Greenwich Workshop is excited to introduce the contemporary wildlife art of this extraordinary English artist.

8. John Bye Catch of the Day MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $595.00

“As a child I loved magic. Through it, you learn there are big differences between people observing something their brain has determined they will see, as opposed to what their eyes actually see. My art takes advantage that,” relates John Bye. “I paint photo-realistically because I am fascinated with technical aspects and the skills necessary to do it successfully. I see my paintings as High Definition windows on the world.

“I love painting birds of prey; they hunt, they eat. Everything about them is black and white. The precision and complexity necessary for an Osprey eagle to take a fish out of the water is something that takes your breath away. The beauty of that power and dexterity is what 'Catch of the Day' captures.”

Captures in High Definition we might add! Beyond the sheer beauty of the art John creates, the sudden realization that you or your friends are looking at a painting and not a photograph is part of the fun of owning his art. See for yourself! The Greenwich Workshop is excited to introduce the contemporary wildlife art of this extraordinary English artist.

9. John Bye Winters Beauty MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $795.00

Silently crossing the freshly fallen snow of a pristine winter landscape, this white-tailed deer is suddenly alert to the muted sound of an unknown presence moving nearby in the blanketed and hushed forest. Like Catch of the Day, it’s hard to imagine that Winters Beauty is a painting and not a photograph, but that is the magic of John Bye’s art!

One of my daughter’s teachers had taken a look at my web site and her words were 'they are like high definition images'. This is what was always said when people saw my originals at shows. I did a bird of prey painting once and put it in a large black frame. Once displayed, people were amazed to find that it wasn’t a television screen but actually a painted static image. So I like to call what I do HD Art, High Definition Art.”

John Bye has mastered the balance of creating truly beautiful art while employing great technical prowess. Get close enough and there is indeed a point where you can see what Bye has created is a painting. When you own a Fine Art Edition of John Bye, you will have the satisfaction of possessing something of great beauty and watching friends and family discover that something that appears to be so real is in fact quite the opposite.

10. John Bye Winters Beauty   $395.00

Silently crossing the freshly fallen snow of a pristine winter landscape, this white-tailed deer is suddenly alert to the muted sound of an unknown presence moving nearby in the blanketed and hushed forest. Like Catch of the Day, it’s hard to imagine that Winters Beauty is a painting and not a photograph, but that is the magic of John Bye’s art!

One of my daughter’s teachers had taken a look at my web site and her words were 'they are like high definition images'. This is what was always said when people saw my originals at shows. I did a bird of prey painting once and put it in a large black frame. Once displayed, people were amazed to find that it wasn’t a television screen but actually a painted static image. So I like to call what I do HD Art, High Definition Art.”

John Bye has mastered the balance of creating truly beautiful art while employing great technical prowess. Get close enough and there is indeed a point where you can see what Bye has created is a painting. When you own a Fine Art Edition of John Bye, you will have the satisfaction of possessing something of great beauty and watching friends and family discover that something that appears to be so real is in fact quite the opposite.

11. John Bye Setting Sun   $595.00

Setting Sun - If the title of the painting and the honey-colored glow didn’t tip you off, then cowboy’s relaxed sit on the horse might say it all. Day is done after a hard day’s work. “I started off in my art career with figurative work,” says the artist. “I love painting people and wildlife, and Western scenes are a mixture of both. As a child, I watched old Western TV programs and cowboy and Indian films with my grandfather. His favorite trick was to find things like light bulbs in an old cowboy show…things that shouldn’t be there. My Western scenes are in contemporary settings but really the lifestyle and purpose of the work is the same as it was 150 years ago. The work is physical, and the serenity at the end of the day is well earned.”