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Greg Beecham The Cascades Canvas



      


Greg Beecham The Cascades  Canvas Greg Beecham

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Canvas | Edition Size: Limited to 75 | Dim:30 x 18 | Greg Beecham| Item #: GB00009

Price: $ 795.00 USD      

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Greg Beecham The Cascades  Canvas is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $265.00 over 60 days.

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12/4/2016  $265.00 1st payment
1/3/2017  $265.00 2nd payment
2/2/2017  $265.00 3rd & final payment

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Available for purchase today, December  4, 2016

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THE CASCADES, LIMITED EDITION CANVASCanvas

NOTES: Reproduced as a giclée on canvas, enhanced with the artist’s original brushstrokes. This is Wyoming, Greg Beecham says.Spectacular countryside, glacier streams. I horsepacked into this site with a group of other artists and the going wasn’t easy—the trail was ‘boulder city’ and at least one horse took a tumble. But once we reached this bend of Dinwoody Creek, all the effort was worth it because it gave the perfect view for a painting. The composition should take your eyes up and around, from the falls and mist, to the water-trapped branches, to the bear and down again. In a sense, the composition reflects the direction my art has been taking, showing the unity of elements in nature. Everything comes together.

The CascadesCanvas by Greg Beecham Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Greg Beecham. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Greg Beecham bio

"The son of the artist Tom Beecham, Greg grew up hunting, fishing, observing nature and learning to draw—always aware of a yearning to follow in his father s footsteps. He remembers standing for hours with his dad, studying the movements of whitetail deer in the woods behind their home. His dream of studying full-time with his father had to be postponed until Greg completed a tour in the U.S. Navy. He enlisted as a hospital corpsman and served on the Guided Missile Destroyer the USS John S. McCain, which sailed home from Vietnam just six days after Beecham reported for duty. Finally, in 1978, after a few years at Southern Oregon State College, father and son dedicated themselves to developing Greg s fine art career. At an art show in 1985, Beecham was further inspired by Bob Kuhn, who gave me "permission," as Greg puts it, to play with paint. Since then, Beecham has won many awards for his fluid unions of animal and environment, including Best of Show, People s Choice and Artist s Choice awards at the C.M. Russell Auction; Best of Show, People s Choice and Featured Artist honors at the Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Show, and the Wildlife Art News Award at the Society of Animal Artist s Art Exhibition. He was just asked to be special guest artist at the 99 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. In addition, Beecham s artwork has been exhibited in the Museum of Natural History in Beijing, China and is in the permanent collection of the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum and the Clymer Museum in Ellensburg, Washington. A devout Christian, Greg Beecham honors the beauty of creation while raising his children to become productive, caring people and remaining a loving husband to his wife of more than twenty years. "I try to create interesting compositions, complimented by dynamic color harmonies, light and value," he says. "My motto? Do all things unto the Lord and get so good you can t be ignored.""