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1. June Carey Carmel Mission Garden OPEN EDITION   $225.00

Carmel’s Mission San Carlos Borromeo, founded in 1770, is one of California’s most important religious and historical sanctuaries. Its gardens teem with the exuberant unpredictability of nature and they are one of June Carey’s most beloved subjects.

Carmel Mission Garden, a fine art open-edition canvas, means that this fantastic work of art is available in a number of great sizes at great prices. This impressive work of art will adorn your home with the peace and beauty of this exquisite west coast refuge.

2. June Carey Early Spring Sonoma Valley   $295.00

There is no better place to be when spring arrives than Sonoma. The countryside awakens and the vineyards fill with the colors of life at the onset of renewal. The air is sweeter and the hills and valleys are alive with the sounds of nature. June Carey captures the unique filtration of light across this pastoral valley as the sun burns through the suspended moisture of a spring morning’s haze.

3. June Carey Old Napa Road   $395.00

Long shadows stretch across blond fields of hay and darken the folds of Napa’s rolling hills. Soon the sun will fall completely below the horizon and the first stars will begin to twinkle in the cloudless California sky. The air is warm and calm–filled with the benign fragrance of the fertile land. Bathed in soft and benign light, this country road provides the pathway back to the home of our dreams.

June Carey’s Old Napa Road is for those who dream of the simple pleasures of wine-country living. This magnificent Fine Art Giclče Canvas captures all the bold color and subtle nuance of the artist’s original work of art. Enrich the ambiance of your favorite room with the golden aura of this magical California scene.

4. June Carey Hidden Cove   $595.00

The Pacific Coast Highway winds from the sandy beaches of Southern California to the rugged coastline of the Pacific Northwest. The serpentine road twists along cliffs that drop hundreds of feet into the sea and through coastal towns, national parks and wildlife refuges. Throughout, it reveals pristine and secluded coastal beaches. Never is it more magical than at sunset, especially when a ruddy, amber glow washes over the sky, sea and shore in a brilliant end to a splendid day.

June Carey’s coastal landscapes capture the mystical essence of the Golden State as no other and Hidden Cove is a singular gem among. This Fine Art Giclče Canvas is extremely limited and set in an edition of only 35. Memories may fade, but with Hidden Cove you’ll always be where the setting sun casts its golden light across a place where the California Dream and coastal journey meld into one.

5. June Carey Villa Cafaggio   $495.00

If human beings find beauty in a landscape that captures the perfect place to survive and flourish, then June Carey has found the Garden of Eden. Magic is in the air as grape leaves glow translucent with the final rays of the Italian sun on this Panzano in Chianti hillside. The romance and beauty of this place is universal and as a Fine Art Canvas is one the best works of June Carey’s we have ever presented.

6. June Carey Villa Cafaggio MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $850.00

If human beings find beauty in a landscape that captures the perfect place to survive and flourish, then June Carey has found the Garden of Eden. Magic is in the air as grape leaves glow translucent with the final rays of the Italian sun on this Panzano in Chianti hillside. The romance and beauty of this place is universal and as a Fine Art Canvas is one the best works of June Carey’s we have ever presented.

7. June Carey Basking Eucalyptus   $595.00

Between California’s wine country and the sea, roads wind over and through the coastal mountain ranges and farm country. Pungent stands of eucalyptus border these pastoral by-ways, marking boundaries and serving as windbreaks for local ranchers. This classic landscape from June Carey captures the dream of California living in the warm-glow of the late day sun.

The eucalyptus tree was first imported from Australia during the 1800s. They thrive on the combination of moist fog and warm sunshine so common in wine country. There are over 550 species of the ubiquitous tree with the Red Gum and Blue Gum being the most populous in the state.

June Carey’s other California landscapes Eucalyptus Coast and Above Slide Ranch have long since become Sold Out editions. With only 50 avail-able, Basking Eucalyptus will certainly be available only for a limited time. Be sure to order yours today.

8. June Carey Rio Marina   $495.00

Leave your cell phone behind and fall off the grid with June Carey’s Rio Marina. A magical little harbor on the island of Elba, off the coast of Italy, Rio Marina is an ancient place where family and friends embrace the traditions another era.

This serene harbor view was inspired not only by the location, but by the people who live there as well. As June Carey relates, “The night I arrived, I was tired and went back to my hotel room. It was right behind that wall on the left, behind the trees. It was warm, in the 70s and 80s at night. From my balcony I could hear live music, traditional Italian songs. I was curious and went out to see. Set up where those arches are on the left was a tiny platform with an awning.

“An older man, with a wondrous, soft, raspy voice, sang to the music from a small sound system. People gathered around and sat on the seawall you see in the painting, to listen and watch. They brought bottles of wine with them. There was a small group who seemed to know each other and they were dancing to the old folk songs as this wonderful man played. Anyone could get up and try to dance.
“There was a cafe and a restaurant nearby, along the seawall and people sat at tables outside, laughing, eating and drinking. In the harbor the lights of the boats danced on the water as the music played. Even the gigantic ferry that had brought me was still out there with its flashing lights and you could see the captain and crew hanging out on deck enjoying the music, too.

“Little children came to try to dance with the adults, even babies wearing nothing but a diaper! It was the cutest thing. There were some traditional line dances done to the old folk songs. I think the most special part was how the adults and children danced together, rather than separately. Each night I was there I went to sleep to that. I wish I could find recordings of that music.”
Bring the beauty, warmth and passion of Italy into your home in either a Fine Art Canvas or Fine Art Paper Edition and bask in the glow of June Carey’s Rio Marina every day.

10. June Carey Amalfi Coast   $695.00

11. June Carey California Wine Country   $495.00

The character and soul of California begins with the land, an expansive, diverse and verdant landscape blessed with a Mediterranean atmosphere. This magical environmental setting creates the one of the world’s ideal grape growing locations. Nearly half of the wineries in the United States make their home here, and the wine country mystique is an essential ingredient of the California Dream.
Spanish missionaries introduced wine growing grapes to the West Coast nearly 350 years ago. Vineyards have been in families for generations and this steady nurturing of the land has created a distinctive personality to California’s wine growing regions that is entirely its own.
June Carey portrays this harmony between people and the land as no other. A nurtured landscape can flourish and be as striking as a natural one, and she conveys that with passion and flair. One can feel the rich, warm summer breeze that flows across this golden field as the clouds drift through a blue violet sky.
California Wine Country belongs to the extremely popular family of large-scale landscape paintings collectors clamor for: California Home, Alexander Valley Winery and September Gold. Like those, California Wine Country is available as an over-sized, 45” x 34” MasterWork Fine Art Giclee Canvas, but in an exclusive edition of only 25. A more moderately sized and exquisite 28’ x 21” Fine Art Giclee Canvas is available as well.
Define your living or dining room’s appearance with that mystical California Wine Country ambiance delivered by this striking June Carey work of art.

12. June Carey California Wine Country MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $995.00

The character and soul of California begins with the land, an expansive, diverse and verdant landscape blessed with a Mediterranean atmosphere. This magical environmental setting creates the one of the world’s ideal grape growing locations. Nearly half of the wineries in the United States make their home here, and the wine country mystique is an essential ingredient of the California Dream.
Spanish missionaries introduced wine growing grapes to the West Coast nearly 350 years ago. Vineyards have been in families for generations and this steady nurturing of the land has created a distinctive personality to California’s wine growing regions that is entirely its own.
June Carey portrays this harmony between people and the land as no other. A nurtured landscape can flourish and be as striking as a natural one, and she conveys that with passion and flair. One can feel the rich, warm summer breeze that flows across this golden field as the clouds drift through a blue violet sky.
California Wine Country belongs to the extremely popular family of large-scale landscape paintings collectors clamor for: California Home, Alexander Valley Winery and September Gold. Like those, California Wine Country is available as an over-sized, 45” x 34” MasterWork Fine Art Giclee Canvas, but in an exclusive edition of only 25. A more moderately sized and exquisite 28’ x 21” Fine Art Giclee Canvas is available as well.
Define your living or dining room’s appearance with that mystical California Wine Country ambiance delivered by this striking June Carey work of art.

13. June Carey Sunflowers of Castiglion Fiorentino   $495.00

Tuscany, against the foothills of the Apennine Mountains sits the small, walled-city of Castiglion Fiorentino. It is in magical places such as this that the soul of the region resides. It is here, in the shadow of the ancient stone tower, Il Cassero, that cultivated fields and Old World charm thrive.

“On the peaceful flatland of the Val di Chio, just below the city, I climbed out onto the floor of this field of sunflowers,” reminisces June Carey. They were tall and I wanted to stand among them, to look up and see the sun glowing through their golden crowns. I made my way amongst the giant leathery leaves, trying not to step on anyone’s feet. I was able to see, through the many flowery faces, my beautiful and ancient Etruscan village silhouetted against the sky, creating the dramatic background I hoped for in this painting. I wondered if the Etruscans planted sunflowers here. I didn’t linger, for I know the very much still-living proprietor tending these flowers could have soon arrived to question me. As I escaped through the mud, I sensed a thousand years of culture still thrived in this field.

“These large girasole are just now reaching their full maturity and are covered with a million buzzing bumble bees. Their heads are heavy with the seeds and have begun to lean over with the weight. The petals droop gently down across their giant smiling faces. Too heavy to follow the sun, the flowers simply remain facing east.”

“Sometimes I park outside the main gate of the city, and walk up into the busy streets to go to my local post office or shop for a local wine or book. There is a coffee bar and pizza place just outside the massive, medieval gate, where old men always sit playing poker, laughing and talking. The old women are never with them. They are inside the village walls hanging out the clothes to dry above the narrow streets, running small shops, buying fresh bread for the day and talking loudly to each other. Their voices echo noisily within the ancient stone walls.”

You can brighten any room with happiness of fresh flowers and the romance of Tuscany. Sunflowers of Castiglion Fiorentino is available as an oversized MasterWork® Fine Art Canvas for large spaces and as a moderately-sized Fine Art Canvas Edition as well. You might not have a home in Tuscany, but with the art of June Carey you can enjoy Tuscany in your home!

14. June Carey Sunflowers of Castiglion Fiorentino MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $950.00

Tuscany, against the foothills of the Apennine Mountains sits the small, walled-city of Castiglion Fiorentino. It is in magical places such as this that the soul of the region resides. It is here, in the shadow of the ancient stone tower, Il Cassero, that cultivated fields and Old World charm thrive.

“On the peaceful flatland of the Val di Chio, just below the city, I climbed out onto the floor of this field of sunflowers,” reminisces June Carey. They were tall and I wanted to stand among them, to look up and see the sun glowing through their golden crowns. I made my way amongst the giant leathery leaves, trying not to step on anyone’s feet. I was able to see, through the many flowery faces, my beautiful and ancient Etruscan village silhouetted against the sky, creating the dramatic background I hoped for in this painting. I wondered if the Etruscans planted sunflowers here. I didn’t linger, for I know the very much still-living proprietor tending these flowers could have soon arrived to question me. As I escaped through the mud, I sensed a thousand years of culture still thrived in this field.

“These large girasole are just now reaching their full maturity and are covered with a million buzzing bumble bees. Their heads are heavy with the seeds and have begun to lean over with the weight. The petals droop gently down across their giant smiling faces. Too heavy to follow the sun, the flowers simply remain facing east.”

“Sometimes I park outside the main gate of the city, and walk up into the busy streets to go to my local post office or shop for a local wine or book. There is a coffee bar and pizza place just outside the massive, medieval gate, where old men always sit playing poker, laughing and talking. The old women are never with them. They are inside the village walls hanging out the clothes to dry above the narrow streets, running small shops, buying fresh bread for the day and talking loudly to each other. Their voices echo noisily within the ancient stone walls.”

You can brighten any room with happiness of fresh flowers and the romance of Tuscany. Sunflowers of Castiglion Fiorentino is available as an oversized MasterWork® Fine Art Canvas for large spaces and as a moderately-sized Fine Art Canvas Edition as well. You might not have a home in Tuscany, but with the art of June Carey you can enjoy Tuscany in your home!

15. June Carey Mendocino MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $995.00

Everyone in Northern California is familiar with the coastline in Mendocino County. It is cool and moist like Cleone and Fort Bragg that the region descends upon when it’s hot and dry inland. It is a romantic place of expansive beaches, rocky headlands and crashing surf. The more adventurous try to time their visits to the arrival of storms because the waves can be so huge. “I’ve found that seascapes are a dream to paint,” confides June Carey. “Because the water is moving and flowing (unlike a static landscape), I have much more freedom in how to paint it. I’m not locked into creating details and can play more with forms and motion. This painting captures MacKerricher State Park in a rare sunny, albeit misty, morning light.”

16. June Carey Mendocino   $350.00

Everyone in Northern California is familiar with the coastline in Mendocino County. It is cool and moist like Cleone and Fort Bragg that the region descends upon when it’s hot and dry inland. It is a romantic place of expansive beaches, rocky headlands and crashing surf. The more adventurous try to time their visits to the arrival of storms because the waves can be so huge. “I’ve found that seascapes are a dream to paint,” confides June Carey. “Because the water is moving and flowing (unlike a static landscape), I have much more freedom in how to paint it. I’m not locked into creating details and can play more with forms and motion. This painting captures MacKerricher State Park in a rare sunny, albeit misty, morning light.”

17. June Carey Little Old Mission by the Sea Circa 1940   $495.00

Founded by the Spanish in 1771, the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission is the crown jewel of Carmel-by-the-Sea and one of June Carey’s favorite subjects to paint.
“I have, over the years, amassed a wonderful collection of reference on the mission from my many trips and research,” says June. “Today, the buildings and their gardens are beautiful, but when you look at photos taken 70 years ago, there was even more magic. The facades weren’t as restored as they are today, so the basilica and out buildings have a bit more of that character you’d expect from structures as old as these. You also had the chance to see more of the buildings then than you can today, especially from some of the most pleasing angles. I am tempted at times, when I visit, to make the request of cutting back some of that lush growth to reveal more of the Mission, but I have a good idea of what the response would be to that!”

18. June Carey Little Old Mission by the Sea Circa 1940 MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $975.00

Founded by the Spanish in 1771, the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission is the crown jewel of Carmel-by-the-Sea and one of June Carey’s favorite subjects to paint.
“I have, over the years, amassed a wonderful collection of reference on the mission from my many trips and research,” says June. “Today, the buildings and their gardens are beautiful, but when you look at photos taken 70 years ago, there was even more magic. The facades weren’t as restored as they are today, so the basilica and out buildings have a bit more of that character you’d expect from structures as old as these. You also had the chance to see more of the buildings then than you can today, especially from some of the most pleasing angles. I am tempted at times, when I visit, to make the request of cutting back some of that lush growth to reveal more of the Mission, but I have a good idea of what the response would be to that!”

19. June Carey My Girasoli Limited Edition   $250.00

In July and August, wonderful patches of solid gold appear and flourish across the Tuscan countryside, says artist June Carey. Close inspection reveals vibrant fields of sunflowers basking in the hot sun, bowing rows of big happy faces. Even when their giant heads, heavy with mature seeds, begin to hang from the weight they still seem lighthearted.

Girasole (singular) or girasoli (plural) is Italian for sunflower. Gira means 'turn' and sole means 'sun. People think the flowers actually turn to follow the sun. I have spent time studying this and can say that once the flowers are mostly open, they seem to stay facing primarily east, in Italy and California.

Finally, in 'My Girasoli,' I achieved something I always wished for: to live in a painting! Each year the sunflower crop is alternated, usually with maise. I was sad to learn the field beside the house was not going to be sunflowers last year while I was there. But, Francesco told me that these sunflowers were newly planted just up the road. Francesco has a hugh garden down the road. He and his wife, who live in the apartment above mine. Here he is just returning home for lunch, carrying his hoe. Maria's fresh laundry is hanging on the terrazzo above mine. I am the crazy American artist, running around with my camera, taking photos in the hot sun while every sane Italian is going to rest until the heat subsides.

20. June Carey My Girasoli MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $995.00

In July and August, wonderful patches of solid gold appear and flourish across the Tuscan countryside, says artist June Carey. Close inspection reveals vibrant fields of sunflowers basking in the hot sun, bowing rows of big happy faces. Even when their giant heads, heavy with mature seeds, begin to hang from the weight they still seem lighthearted.

Girasole (singular) or girasoli (plural) is Italian for sunflower. Gira means 'turn' and sole means 'sun. People think the flowers actually turn to follow the sun. I have spent time studying this and can say that once the flowers are mostly open, they seem to stay facing primarily east, in Italy and California.

Finally, in 'My Girasoli,' I achieved something I always wished for: to live in a painting! Each year the sunflower crop is alternated, usually with maise. I was sad to learn the field beside the house was not going to be sunflowers last year while I was there. But, Francesco told me that these sunflowers were newly planted just up the road. Francesco has a hugh garden down the road. He and his wife, who live in the apartment above mine. Here he is just returning home for lunch, carrying his hoe. Maria's fresh laundry is hanging on the terrazzo above mine. I am the crazy American artist, running around with my camera, taking photos in the hot sun while every sane Italian is going to rest until the heat subsides.

21. June Carey The Fullness of Time Limited Edition   $250.00

The first hint of russet leaves on the vines let us know magic is in the air as fall arrives in the Alexander Valley. The warm days and cool nights have matured the grapes to peak perfection. Over one hundred days ago, they first appeared as flowers on the vines; six weeks back, these grapes were green and hard, now they are soft and red. They are bulging with the perfect balance of sugars and acids. Yesterday was too early, tomorrow will be too late. Today is the day, today is harvest day.
In a series, The Fullness of Time would nestle between June’s September Haze and Fall Vineyard. Those long since Sold Out at Publisher editions are among collectors most favored and sought-after of her California vineyard works. The long, horizontal format of the painting emphasizes the hand-manicured rows of vines sweeping across the undulating hills. Crisp highlights underscore the brilliance of West Coast sun.
At 60” x 23”, the Greenwich Workshop Museum Edition GiclTe Canvas captures the you-are-here impact of June’s massive original painting, though only a few are being offered. A 41” x 16” Masterwork GiclTe Canvas has been created as well, sized in keeping with the sister editions of September Haze and Fall Vineyard. And, for the first time since 2002, we are making a June Carey painting available in a full-sized paper GiclTe edition.
The Fullness of Time is vintage June Carey and wine country landscape art at its finest. Don’t let this classic pass you by.

22. June Carey The Fullness of Time MUSEUM EDITION ON   $1350.00

The first hint of russet leaves on the vines let us know magic is in the air as fall arrives in the Alexander Valley. The warm days and cool nights have matured the grapes to peak perfection. Over one hundred days ago, they first appeared as flowers on the vines; six weeks back, these grapes were green and hard, now they are soft and red. They are bulging with the perfect balance of sugars and acids. Yesterday was too early, tomorrow will be too late. Today is the day, today is harvest day.
In a series, The Fullness of Time would nestle between June’s September Haze and Fall Vineyard. Those long since Sold Out at Publisher editions are among collectors most favored and sought-after of her California vineyard works. The long, horizontal format of the painting emphasizes the hand-manicured rows of vines sweeping across the undulating hills. Crisp highlights underscore the brilliance of West Coast sun.
At 60” x 23”, the Greenwich Workshop Museum Edition GiclTe Canvas captures the you-are-here impact of June’s massive original painting, though only a few are being offered. A 41” x 16” Masterwork GiclTe Canvas has been created as well, sized in keeping with the sister editions of September Haze and Fall Vineyard. And, for the first time since 2002, we are making a June Carey painting available in a full-sized paper GiclTe edition.
The Fullness of Time is vintage June Carey and wine country landscape art at its finest. Don’t let this classic pass you by.

23. June Carey The Fullness of Time MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $650.00

The first hint of russet leaves on the vines let us know magic is in the air as fall arrives in the Alexander Valley. The warm days and cool nights have matured the grapes to peak perfection. Over one hundred days ago, they first appeared as flowers on the vines; six weeks back, these grapes were green and hard, now they are soft and red. They are bulging with the perfect balance of sugars and acids. Yesterday was too early, tomorrow will be too late. Today is the day, today is harvest day.
In a series, The Fullness of Time would nestle between June’s September Haze and Fall Vineyard. Those long since Sold Out at Publisher editions are among collectors most favored and sought-after of her California vineyard works. The long, horizontal format of the painting emphasizes the hand-manicured rows of vines sweeping across the undulating hills. Crisp highlights underscore the brilliance of West Coast sun.
At 60” x 23”, the Greenwich Workshop Museum Edition GiclTe Canvas captures the you-are-here impact of June’s massive original painting, though only a few are being offered. A 41” x 16” Masterwork GiclTe Canvas has been created as well, sized in keeping with the sister editions of September Haze and Fall Vineyard. And, for the first time since 2002, we are making a June Carey painting available in a full-sized paper GiclTe edition.
The Fullness of Time is vintage June Carey and wine country landscape art at its finest. Don’t let this classic pass you by.

24. June Carey Cercina Above Careggi   $595.00

“The full name of the little church is Pieve di Sant'Andrea a Cercina. It is in the community of Sesto Fiorentino, just outside of Florence, Italy,” says June Carey. “To get there, I drove through the tiny village of Serpiolle. The stone walls close in on the street so that cars are expected to honk on the blind corners before going into them. If you are lucky, there is room for one small car. Once through the town, at a deserted intersection was this church with its walled cemetery. Nearby, I saw this woman gathering greens from the field for dinner that night. She is my favorite part of the scene. I try to imagine myself getting older and living the life that she must live there. I would, however, probably be better at painting the scene than living it.”

I returned another time and the place looked deserted. The door was open and I went inside with my camera, thinking to grab a few photos. There was a very heavy scent of white lilies and in the dim light, across the barren interior courtyard I saw a table, where the lilies were in a large vase. I snapped one photo, and was ready to fire the next, when suddenly, from a small doorway I didn't know existed, a nun appeared, speaking rapidly and waving a bony finger at me. Although I had no idea what she said, I knew she did not want me to take photos! So much for my love affair with the inside of old churches, I guess one should never assume a place is deserted in Italy.”

25. June Carey Cortona November SMALLWORK EDITION ON   $225.00

26. June Carey Early Spring at Stony Creek   $495.00

There¦s life in everything during Spring. It¦s something you take in before you focus on it or truly see it. Trees, still seemingly barren of leaves, take on a pinkish cast as a million tiny buds swell towards bloom. Rivers and streams run full with the Spring melt and yellow grass gives way to brilliant green. The light itself seems cast with a warmer glow, even while the nights may still hold the winter¦s chill.

June Carey¦s Early Spring at Stony Creek embraces that golden moment when we become aware that the change of season is upon us. Life is renewing. This is one of those rare images that causes the smells, sounds and feelings of a time and place to come flooding forth. The whole scene is so familiar and feels so close to home we are certain we have been here.

Like Above Slide Ranch or Fall Vineyard, this Fine Art Gilcee captures the essence of a single location so precisely that its allure is universal. Let some of the light of Spring warm your walls all the year through.

27. June Carey Eucalyptus Trunks SMALLWORK EDITION ON   $225.00

28. June Carey The Harvest MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1500.00

With The Harvest, artist June Carey returns to the location of her sell-out fine art edition Lost in a View. Inspired by the hills surrounding Florence and the Castello di Verrazzano Chianti region, the painting marks the warm fall days of the Tuscan grape harvest in late September and early October. Working farmers of all ages, men and women wearing their long aprons, gather at the edge of the field, laughing, talking and sometimes singing. They then go out with great purpose and energy, carrying their red buckets through the seasoned vines which are heavy with deep blue clusters of grapes. Cypress trees surround the ancient walls of the buildings that mark the home of wine cellars since the twelfth century.

“I bought one of the red grape harvest buckets to use as a prop in the paintings. At the vineyard, the workers eyed my camera with suspicion and curiosity. I held it up and yelled ‘Artista di California. E' bello!’ They laughed among themselves and went back to the harvest.”

29. June Carey Sonoma Surf MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1250.00


“When one has lived a long time in northern California, as I have,” says June Carey, “it is easy to forget or take for granted the exquisite beauty of the California coastline. I had driven to Sonoma to photograph something entirely different, but as I made my way home, driving along the shore, I was astounded by the light on the water and the rough beauty of the rocks. Soon the sun would set and the first pale pink rays were creeping across the sparkling water. It was absolutely magnificent. I wanted to take that image home with me, to hold it in my mind and with this painting I think I have succeeded.”

30. June Carey Oil Trees of Chianti   $650.00

Oil Trees of Chianti is the fourth image in June’s Dona di Natura series, which focuses on the romance of Italy’s fabled wine country. The Chianti region, considered one of the oldest wine regions in the world, makes some of the highest quality olive oil from trees in its hills. It takes at least 50
years for an olive tree to get into full production making Chianti olive oil some of the rarest in the world.

31. June Carey September Gold   $750.00

“The locals say we have two seasons in California: green and gold,” says artist June Carey. “In the late 1880s northern California became a source for the highest quality grain in the world, especially wheat. This period was known as the ‘Second Gold Rush.’ The grain was harvested and then floated down the rivers and canals on boats to San Francisco and loaded on to huge sailing ships. When the winds came the germ of the wheat and oat grasses spread and mixed with native varieties.

In the late spring now, when the rains end, the grasses adapt to the long dry summers by turning brilliant shades of gold. The fields remain this color until the fall rains bring the new green growth. In September, they are a beautiful contrast to the rich dark greens of the native valley oaks and live oaks.” The golden glow of grain highlights the dawning autumn beauty of Carey’s California valley in September Gold.

32. June Carey September Gold MUSEUM EDITION ON   $1950.00

“The locals say we have two seasons in California: green and gold,” says artist June Carey. “In the late 1880s northern California became a source for the highest quality grain in the world, especially wheat. This period was known as the ‘Second Gold Rush.’ The grain was harvested and then floated down the rivers and canals on boats to San Francisco and loaded on to huge sailing ships. When the winds came the germ of the wheat and oat grasses spread and mixed with native varieties.

In the late spring now, when the rains end, the grasses adapt to the long dry summers by turning brilliant shades of gold. The fields remain this color until the fall rains bring the new green growth. In September, they are a beautiful contrast to the rich dark greens of the native valley oaks and live oaks.” The golden glow of grain highlights the dawning autumn beauty of Carey’s California valley in September Gold.

33. June Carey Sundown at Sea Ranch   $475.00

“One evening many years ago, the light was perfect as my artist husband and I set out on a photo adventure,” says artist June Carey. “I drove into the Sea Ranch entrance and down around the bluffs, where we discovered a path. After running along the bluffs with our cameras, in and out of cypress forests and through blackberry bushes, the path opened into a beautiful cove, drenched in the last hour of golden sun. Because of the many recent storms, there was, in the protection of the cove, a wondrous accumulation of driftwood, knocking back and forth like an orchestra of wood percussion instruments as the waves flowed in and out. We climbed down onto the beach and took hundreds of photos. As each wave came and went, the wood was completely rearranged. I have painted this scene several times over the years.”

34. June Carey The Padres Vineyard MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $750.00

I researched The Padre's Vineyard for five years, June explains. I feel a deep connection to the timeless sense of life that still echoes from the historic walls. After collecting many black and white photos and books on the mission's architectural history, I felt brave enough to attempt to recreate a real sense of this peaceful place as it looked before the town swallowed up its walls.This view of Carmel's San Carlos Mission, as it appeared during its renaissance of the early 1900s, imagines the Padre's wine grapes happily tethered on a sunny slope overlooking the mission.

Mission grapes were developed by the Spanish Padres that arrived in the 1700s for mission wine they still grow today.The missions were self sufficient, supporting not only themselves, but their many converts.They grew all their own food, raised livestock and, of course, they needed the Holy Wine!

35. June Carey My Sonoma   $695.00

“This bend in the road is a remote corner of the Alexander Valley,” says artist June Carey. “I go there to escape the congestion of the rest of the worldůI don’t want to share the actual location, really! The chickens and geese wander happily through the vines, eating insects they find hiding under leaves and in the grass. The summer days are long, allowing the grapes to mature in their own good time. Tiger lilies and summer grasses support the wobbly arbor that tempts me to wander just a little bit closer.”

36. June Carey Primavera MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1450.00

Primavera (new life) is the Italian word for spring. It is Maggio (May) in this Tuscan scene, the poppies have begun to bloom and every tree, vine and flower is full of new life. The young artichokes have come up again on their own, among the grasses and fiori (flowers) of spring. The gardener tends the new growth on the vineyards, wearing the traditional leather apron and heavy boots.

37. June Carey Primavera   $650.00

Primavera (new life) is the Italian word for spring. It is Maggio (May) in this Tuscan scene, the poppies have begun to bloom and every tree, vine and flower is full of new life. The young artichokes have come up again on their own, among the grasses and fiori (flowers) of spring. The gardener tends the new growth on the vineyards, wearing the traditional leather apron and heavy boots.

38. June Carey Pacific Coast Highway MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $750.00

“Stretching from sunny Southern California to the foggy forests of the North’s ‘Lost Coast’ the renowned Pacific Coast Highway travels through a spectacular, diverse landscape, hundreds of years of human culture, and often, the lack there of. Here is the essence of my coast,” says June Carey.

“Californians hold a special reverence for this coastline and its highway. Having come here in my youth, I always marveled at the atmosphere of untamed wilderness, despite the millions of visitors, each destined to ‘get over to the water and enjoy some peace and quiet’. However, if you have ever, for even one winter, relied on any section of this road as a viable thoughfare, you will know that invariably parts of it will rudely slither away into the hungry Pacific, leaving you to find an alternative route. Thus it maintains its beauty and respect.”

39. June Carey Song of the Wine Country MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1250.00

“When I first set out to create this landscape, I had a much smaller painting in mind,” says June of Song of the Wine Country. “In the area of Sonoma’s Field Stone Winery there is this intricate spread of patchwork greens that extends as far as your eye can see.With each study I created, I found that I still had to stretch the panorama longer and longer and longer to capture the full and differing shades of green you see when you are there. It flows like a lively symphony, meandering playfully and returning always to its melodic theme songůthus the title, Song of the Wine Country.”

40. June Carey Bougainvillea on   $1200.00

Just after the turn of the century, Father St. John O'Sullivan became pastor of the Mission San Juan Capistrano. Both seemed fated to perish from this earth: Father O'Sullivan from tuberculosis, the Mission from the ravages of time. It was the priest's inspiration to restore the Mission to its previous splendor and create throughout it magnificent gardens to rival those of the Alhambra in Spain.I have yet to see a painting or photograph of this section of the main courtyard that does not feature this wonderful pair of bougainvillea vines, says June Carey of Bougainvillea. It's a terrific image to think of, Father O'Sullivan possibly planting, but certainly nurturing, these beautiful plants to become one of the Mission's most noted centerpieces. Such a passion for the gifts of the land seems to have a power that extends far beyond simple beauty. Father O'Sullivan survived to oversee the Mission's restoration for twenty-three years.

41. June Carey Song of the Wine Country   $595.00

“When I first set out to create this landscape, I had a much smaller painting in mind,” says June of Song of the Wine Country. “In the area of Sonoma’s Field Stone Winery there is this intricate spread of patchwork greens that extends as far as your eye can see.With each study I created, I found that I still had to stretch the panorama longer and longer and longer to capture the full and differing shades of green you see when you are there. It flows like a lively symphony, meandering playfully and returning always to its melodic theme songůthus the title, Song of the Wine Country.”

42. June Carey Bougainvillea   $695.00

Just after the turn of the century, Father St. John O'Sullivan became pastor of the Mission San Juan Capistrano. Both seemed fated to perish from this earth: Father O'Sullivan from tuberculosis, the Mission from the ravages of time. It was the priest's inspiration to restore the Mission to its previous splendor and create throughout it magnificent gardens to rival those of the Alhambra in Spain.I have yet to see a painting or photograph of this section of the main courtyard that does not feature this wonderful pair of bougainvillea vines, says June Carey of Bougainvillea. It's a terrific image to think of, Father O'Sullivan possibly planting, but certainly nurturing, these beautiful plants to become one of the Mission's most noted centerpieces. Such a passion for the gifts of the land seems to have a power that extends far beyond simple beauty. Father O'Sullivan survived to oversee the Mission's restoration for twenty-three years.

43. June Carey Vineyard Tankhouse MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $850.00

Tankhouses are as romantic a vineyard visage as the rows of grapes themselves. There’s a whimsical charm surrounding the old vineyard tankhouses with their angled walls. Long before piped irrigation, farmers pumped water from shallow wells using a windmillpowered pump that would force the water up into an elevated tank. Gravity would then provide the water pressure necessary to irrigate the fields.The open space under the tank tower was often enclosed to provide either shelter for animals, as a tool-shed or even a spare room.When piped water became available, the tankhouses were no longer needed. Although
many of these have been torn down, enough tankhouses still dot the landscape to maintain the flavor and magic of our wine growing past. When choosing subjects for her wine country landscapes, artist June Carey selects vineyards with distinctive regional character or ones that appear to have been cultivated by families for generations. Vineyard Tankhouse was inspired by the vineyards of Alexander Valley and combines a favorite subject of the artist with the low warm light of the end of day.

44. June Carey Pacheco Pass MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1495.00

“I used to get in trouble for trespassing here,” says artist June Carey, who climbed fences to photograph and research Pacheco Pass. “You can imagine how happy I was when this incredible area became a state park and I could visit legally. Although the freeway now cuts into part of the scene in this painting, it takes nothing away from the rich history of the rancherias.”
Named for 19th century ranch owner Don Francisco Perez Pacheco, the fertile Pacheco Pass was the home of the Ausaymus Indians for centuries. Living peacefully off the land, these Indians used a natural artesian spring they named “Bright Bubbling” as a year-round source of fresh water. This spring and its location would prove to be important in the years to come. A path was carved into the area by Indians traveling in from the coast to trade. After the establishment of the California Missions, the trail’s main travelers were Mission Padres attempting to convert the central Californian Indians. With the discovery of gold in 1848, this same area was part of the main travel route from coastal California to the mines. As the population increased, the area’s rich soil was cultivated to produce fruit trees and vineyards.

45. June Carey Imported Vines   $395.00

This vine has evolved from the hills of ancient Italy and France to the Northern California wine country. The vines themselves are works of art, either flowing as green ribbons into distant valley vistas or in their twisting close encounters beneath dusty bunches of ripening berries.

In a sense, this portrait of my revered grape vines is a still life ŕ but is it? In their guided freedom they are not still, but rather, they grow. In all their sun-drenched glory, they simply do what they do: reach for the light and air, winding up from the fertile earth to produce the beautiful fruit that makes so much happiness. And so it seems their lives go on forever. Can that be still life?

46. June Carey Imported Vines MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $750.00

This vine has evolved from the hills of ancient Italy and France to the Northern California wine country. The vines themselves are works of art, either flowing as green ribbons into distant valley vistas or in their twisting close encounters beneath dusty bunches of ripening berries.

In a sense, this portrait of my revered grape vines is a still life ŕ but is it? In their guided freedom they are not still, but rather, they grow. In all their sun-drenched glory, they simply do what they do: reach for the light and air, winding up from the fertile earth to produce the beautiful fruit that makes so much happiness. And so it seems their lives go on forever. Can that be still life?

47. June Carey Pacheco Pass   $695.00

“I used to get in trouble for trespassing here,” says artist June Carey, who climbed fences to photograph and research Pacheco Pass. “You can imagine how happy I was when this incredible area became a state park and I could visit legally. Although the freeway now cuts into part of the scene in this painting, it takes nothing away from the rich history of the rancherias.”
Named for 19th century ranch owner Don Francisco Perez Pacheco, the fertile Pacheco Pass was the home of the Ausaymus Indians for centuries. Living peacefully off the land, these Indians used a natural artesian spring they named “Bright Bubbling” as a year-round source of fresh water. This spring and its location would prove to be important in the years to come. A path was carved into the area by Indians traveling in from the coast to trade. After the establishment of the California Missions, the trail’s main travelers were Mission Padres attempting to convert the central Californian Indians. With the discovery of gold in 1848, this same area was part of the main travel route from coastal California to the mines. As the population increased, the area’s rich soil was cultivated to produce fruit trees and vineyards.

48. June Carey Above Florence   $750.00

Few artists can depict the larger-than-life romance of Italy with the passion of June Carey. In her latest offering, Above Florence, we visit the beautiful hills of Impruneta, the Tuscan town located between the valleys of the Greve and the Ema streams, south of Florence. Known as “in pineta” (within the pine woods), Impruneta’s pine forests can still be seen among the olive groves on the surrounding hills. Florence, the unspoiled and fascinating birthplace of the Renaissance, lies in the distance.

Above Florence is the fifth in June Carey’s “Dona di Natura” series, which explores Italy’s fabled wine country. Others in this series, including Lost in a View and Chianti Estate, are sold out at publisher. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover Italy’s beauty and hidden treasures.

49. June Carey Above Florence MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $1750.00

Few artists can depict the larger-than-life romance of Italy with the passion of June Carey. In her latest offering, Above Florence, we visit the beautiful hills of Impruneta, the Tuscan town located between the valleys of the Greve and the Ema streams, south of Florence. Known as “in pineta” (within the pine woods), Impruneta’s pine forests can still be seen among the olive groves on the surrounding hills. Florence, the unspoiled and fascinating birthplace of the Renaissance, lies in the distance.

Above Florence is the fifth in June Carey’s “Dona di Natura” series, which explores Italy’s fabled wine country. Others in this series, including Lost in a View and Chianti Estate, are sold out at publisher. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover Italy’s beauty and hidden treasures.

50. June Carey Alexander Valley Winery   $725.00

June Carey’s first love is the nurtured beauty of the earth. “I’m deeply affected by the terrain that flourishes under human care, where cultivation results in harmony between humanity and the land,” June says. Alexander Valley Winery’s reputation for exceptional grapes is considered among the best in California. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Gewurztraminer from Alexander Valley have each earned reputations for their distinctive regional character.

51. June Carey Sonoma Valley Summer MASTERWORK EDITION ON   $795.00

“The rich, warm summer air woke my senses and I found myself in the lovely Sonoma Valley,” says artist June Carey about a recent visit to the Kunde family winery. “With the midday sun high over my head, I was inspired by the vibrant greens of the exuberant new leaves and intrigued by the way the green gently folded into the distance, the humidity tinting it to blue and violet as it disappeared into the bright sky.”

52. June Carey Villa di Castello   $650.00

In this sumptuous new landscape by June Carey she offers her vision of the grand Italian garden. On a recent trip to Tuscany, June found herself overwhelmed by the magnificent verdant light and was compelled to bring it to you it in her view of these expansive citrus gardens and their lush surroundings. Located in the hills overlooking Florence, this classic villa was built by the Medici family in the 16th century. The architecture of these enchanting gardens are a work of creative genius: the famous fountain of Hercules and Antaeus surrounded by the geometric arrangement of driveways, flower beds, bushes and intricately cut box hedges, blend perfectly with the buildings to complete a scene of unforgettable beauty.

53. June Carey MISSION GATE Limited Edition   $200.00

Seeking refuge from the noise and bustle of a summer’s afternoon, June Carey discovered this peaceful oasis. “After passing under the serene ivy arch,” June says, “I found myself in the haven of a mission garden, where the peace of this exquisite refuge seemed to wash the day’s difficulties away.” What struck June was that despite the serious connotation of a religious sanctuary, the area seethed with the exuberant unpredictability of nature. All this verdant life under the watch of timid saints, combined with the murmur of the garden’s ancient fountain, seemed to betray the smile of God.

54. June Carey Summer Vineyard   $395.00

The magic of California’s wine country is rooted in the rich soil, temperate climate and proximity to the great Pacific Ocean. Mix in the devoted viniculturalists that make Northern California their home and the recipe for great wine is complete. June Carey portrays this harmony between people and the land like no other artist. A nurtured landscape can flourish and be as striking as a natural one. In "Summer Vineyard," the artist combines them with passion and flair. One can feel the rich, warm summer breeze that flows across this lush landscape that is part God given, and part man made.

55. June Carey Vitiano   $495.00

It is springtime in Vitiano, a tiny hamlet south of Florence. While it won’t show up on most maps, Roman travelers surely strolled down this very lane just as this umbrella-wielding resident does today. The soil is dark and fertile, farm country and Julia is the eldest of a family who has worked the surrounding land for generations. Italy is a tapestry of tiny ancient crossroads such as this, a magical weave of people, place and time. A passing shower has ended in June Carey’s "Vitiano" and the emerging sun reflects off the standing water on the damp ground. The warm, moist smell of musk is in the air. The intermittent sound of water dripping from the trees in the olive grove is all you hear in this little slice of heaven in the Italian countryside.

56. June Carey Gerani   $395.00

A low stone wall adorned with welcoming flowers is often found at the courtyard entrance of Tuscan villas. Italians so love their flowers that it isn’t uncommon for neighbors to fall into brief exchanges of floral one-upmanship regarding their presentation. Gerani (geraniums), a flower of change and of a positive outlook, are a favorite for the happiness and warmth their riotous red accent gives the streets and alleyways of this romantic country.

57. June Carey Gerani   $595.00

A low stone wall adorned with welcoming flowers is often found at the courtyard entrance of Tuscan villas. Italians so love their flowers that it isn’t uncommon for neighbors to fall into brief exchanges of floral one-upmanship regarding their presentation. Gerani (geraniums), a flower of change and of a positive outlook, are a favorite for the happiness and warmth their riotous red accent gives the streets and alleyways of this romantic country.

58. June Carey Springtime In The Mission Garden   $250.00

Spring comes early to the gardens of Mission San Carlos de Borromeo de Carmelo in California. Even now you may see the padres, working to turn the earth and replant. The beauty of an ancient garden is, for all its history, ever-changing.

59. June Carey Lifting Fog   $275.00

Lifting Fog - Travel to where the warm, golden hills of the West meet the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean and you’ll behold some of the finest, sea stack, craggy-cliff, kelp-forest coast line one can ever hope to lay eyes on. That mix of warm and cool also creates another phenomenon that the area is famous for--fog. Moody and brooding, the fog will envelop the shoreline in an opaque mist for miles on end. And then, just as quickly, the cold grey light begins to give way to warmer hues. Staccato bursts of light puncture the haze below, and then the mist parts to reveal the brilliant blue sparkle of the vast ocean below. Warm and inviting, June Carey’s Lifting Fog Fine Art Canvas captures the essence of any journey along the magical Pacific Coast Highway.