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1. R. Tom Gilleon Pemmican Limited Edition Canvas Artist Proof   $995.00

Pemmican LIMITED EDITION CANVAS ARTIST PROOF

2. R. Tom Gilleon Eternal Triangle   $625.00

Abstract yet representational, graphic though fully rendered, a traditional but thoroughly modern painting only begins to describe Eternal Triangle. The kaleidoscope of color that illuminates the skyline behind the triad of tipis is yet another distinctive characteristic of this powerful landscape from Tom Gilleon. Our giant MuseumEdition® Canvas at 74w x 42h is a Western tour de force for large spaces that demand a signature work.

3. R. Tom Gilleon Eternal Triangle MUSEUM EDITION ON   $2750.00

Abstract yet representational, graphic though fully rendered, a traditional but thoroughly modern painting only begins to describe Eternal Triangle. The kaleidoscope of color that illuminates the skyline behind the triad of tipis is yet another distinctive characteristic of this powerful landscape from Tom Gilleon. Our giant MuseumEdition® Canvas at 74w x 42h is a Western tour de force for large spaces that demand a signature work.

4. R. Tom Gilleon Where the West Begins   $595.00

Because of the vibrancy of his palette, an often over-looked element of Gilleon’s paintings is his ability to capture the exquisite light of the high plains. Where the West Begins is a prime example of the iconic work that has driven so many of Tom Gilleon’s Fine Art Editions to Sold Out status. His seamless blend of contemporary graphic art and classic representational storytelling has collectors snatching them up as quickly as we release them.

5. R. Tom Gilleon Mahto Tohpe   $545.00

Contemporary Western Artist Tom Gilleon joins other ground-breaking artists, George Catlin and Karl Bodmer, in painting the Mandan tribal chief Mahto Tohpe or Four Bears. Gilleon’s trademark and powerful graphic style gives new life to this proud warrior in a Fine Art Edition Canvas suitable for either the classic and contemporary home environment.

6. R. Tom Gilleon Headdress Lodge   $595.00

Prior to having collected enough feathers to create a bonnet, each feather a warrior earned would be displayed with honor on a pole outside his lodge. The addition of another feather, which represented a significant exploit, even to a warrior’s bonnet was a special occasion for any brave and would call for the display of his headdress.

7. R. Tom Gilleon 16th Hole Moonlight Basin Big Sky   $575.00

Legends may be born at Augusta, St. Andrews is the storied home of links and Pebble Beach, well, is Pebble Beach. But is there a more unique an experience than golf set against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains? As artist Tom Gilleon says about the Reserve Course at Moonlight Basin, “There is no way golf can spoil a good walk here.”
If the grandeur of this Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in Big Sky, Montana can’t inspire your game, consider yet another bonus of golf at 7,500 ft: your ball soars further. At higher altitudes the thinner air offers less resistance. Every 1,000 feet of altitude above sea level can add 2% more distance to a given shot. Expect to gain an additional 10% or more of ball travel on a full swing.
With 16th Hole, Reserve Course at Moonlight Basin Gilleon has captured the sense of scale, beauty and stirring majesty of alpine golf. You have two forms Fine Art Edition to choose from on this stunning piece - a 24” x 20” canvas Giclee in an edition of 50, or, a 20” x 16” paper Giclee with an edition of 100. Whether you had the opportunity to play at Moonlight Basin or simply have a passion for the game and a love for the mountains this Tom Gilleon Fine Art Edition is for you.

8. R. Tom Gilleon Blue Norther   $575.00

'A Blue Norther,'” says Tom Gilleon, “is a rapidly moving cold front that causes temperatures to drop quickly. It often brings with it precipitation followed by a period of blue skies and cold weather. The main cause of such a dramatic cold snap is an extremely strong storm system separating warm, humid air from frigid, arctic air. If the front passes through at sunrise or sunset, one can expect to see an intense and dramatic display of color in the skies.”
The lesson in Plains’ weather was only a start. Tom, in describing the work, talked about the blend of colors in the sky on the right side of the painting as being “to the north, because the dwelling’s entrances always faced east, even in a large village.” The philosophy, Tom explained, was that every day was a new birth and that if you opened the door flap, the first thing you would see was the sun coming up on a new day. A quick look at Gilleon’s Fine Art Editions (with multiple dwellings) shows that he adheres to this in his paintings.

Blue Norther is far more than a meteorological or history lesson. It is a dazzling work of art from one of the hottest artists in the market today. Fourteen of twenty-four releases from The Greenwich Workshop have Sold Out at the Publisher with most other editions hovering just above low inventory. Blue Norther will be released as a MasterWork® Fine Art Edition Giclée canvas at 40 x 30 in an edition of just 15 pieces. A 26x 20 Fine Art Canvas Edition of 45 pieces will be available as well. Blue Norther is one of the most colorful and dramatic Gilleon paintings any collector could hope to display.

OF SPECIAL NOTE: A one man show of Tom Gilleon’s work officially opens March 8, 2012 at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA. The show runs through May 27, 2012. http://www.boothmuseum.org/exhibitions/temporary_current.html

9. R. Tom Gilleon Teebow Tipi   $325.00

So, we really did pick up the phone ask Florida born and raised, onetime University of Florida pitcher Tom Gilleon if there was any connection between Teebow Tipi and the Heisman Trophy winning, University of Florida come Denver Bronco quarterback. Of course, it’s possible that there wasn’t; after all, he did spell Teebow with two ee’s. And, it could be a river near where he lives in Montana; because after all, he did spell Teebow with two ee’s. Or maybe even a town; because after all, he did spell Teebow with two ee’s.

Well, it turns out that he is just a big old University of Florida turned Bronco Tebow fan that chose to spell Teebow with two ee’s. “I paint tipi’s,” says Gilleon. “Spelling Teebow the way I have gives the painting something of an illusion that it is a contemporary western work of art and not a homage to a great quarterback. Actually, if you think about it, when I painted the original, Tim was still in Florida. Now that he is with the Broncos, I could have titled the work Tebow Tipi and it could accurately be defined as a contemporary western work of art.”

And the American flag at adorning the tipi entrance? “Did I just say ‘great quarterback’? I think I meant to say ‘great American quarterback’.”

10. R. Tom Gilleon Cascade Highrise   $575.00

“You recognize their silhouettes against the sky line right away,” says Tom Gilleon, “they are prairie skyscrapers. Grain elevators are a Western icon just as the tipi is. Today most of them are old ruins, but they still tower above the horizon throughout the West. The fact that they still stand is a testament to their utilitarian architecture, designed to contain corn or grain by the ton.

“Because of the light in the window, I’ve been asked if Cascade High Rise is a haunted elevator or if it is really abandoned. I don’t know if it is haunted or not, but it is abandoned. The light you see in the window at the top is not radiating from within, but rather illuminated from without. At just the right time of the year the sunrise will be reflected in the remaining panes of glass high up on the structure. It’s the end of an old time and the dawning of another.”

11. R. Tom Gilleon Moon and Saturn SMALLWORK EDITION ON   $245.00

12. R. Tom Gilleon Men of Honor   $625.00

“’All men of honor are of the same tribe’ is a quote from a Native American I came across one time doing some research,” says Tom Gilleon. “There are so many noteworthy layers in that notion that I never forgot it. The painting itself is a visual take on the concept rather than anything historical. I used bold primary colors, red, yellow and blue, to augment that sense of strength. These men are from different bands, but their sense of principle, of right and wrong, makes them of one tribe. Even with the hardships they endured at the hands of the nation the flag represents, the flag bearer’s sense of honor does not allow the emblem the indignity of touching the ground.”

13. R. Tom Gilleon Men of Honor MUSEUM EDITION ON   $2750.00

“’All men of honor are of the same tribe’ is a quote from a Native American I came across one time doing some research,” says Tom Gilleon. “There are so many noteworthy layers in that notion that I never forgot it. The painting itself is a visual take on the concept rather than anything historical. I used bold primary colors, red, yellow and blue, to augment that sense of strength. These men are from different bands, but their sense of principle, of right and wrong, makes them of one tribe. Even with the hardships they endured at the hands of the nation the flag represents, the flag bearer’s sense of honor does not allow the emblem the indignity of touching the ground.”

14. R. Tom Gilleon Two Stars Lodging SMALLWORK EDITION ON   $245.00

15. R. Tom Gilleon Men at Arms   $845.00

“Plains Indians had a very strong color sense to their art and red was a war color,” says Tom Gilleon. “The two shields to the top and left are inspired by the Ghost Dance. The one on the right is a more typical war shield. In the center of this group of warriors and shields sits Red Cloud. He was one of the few tribal leaders that actually forced the U.S. government to seek peace because the Sioux had the upper hand. He repeatedly defeated their forces in battle, at one point forcing the closing down of the forts along the Bozeman Trail.”