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By Their Fruit Ye Shall Know Them





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Faith, Hope, And Charity II



Each flower represents one of these three virtues. There are reflections in each vase: the rabbit representing humility and faith; the Monarch butterfly representing hope, ressurrection, and life after death; the pelican representing charitable love (a myth states that the pelican will pierce its own breast to feed its young).



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Imported Vines



"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 … 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?"

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Japanese Apples





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Merrymakers Serenade





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Shooting Stars And Ladybug





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Summertime





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Sunflowers Near Cortona





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Sunflowers Of Castiglion Fiorentino



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!

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Swallowtail Butterfly And Pink Mountain Heather





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Tiger Lilies And Grasshopper





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Trusted Friend Blue Bell





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Tuscan Primrose



Chris Young comes to us on the recommendation of veteran Greenwich Workshop artist James Christensen. "His art," Christensen says, "allows me to see the ordinary in an extraordinary way." Young was strongly influenced by Zen art and design during a two-year stay in Japan and he later studied the Old World masters on a museum tour of Europe. His vision, however, is uniquely his own and the public has warmly responded to his works in major Southwest galleries. "I am captivated by nature’s grand design," Young says. "As we take time to carefully look at seemingly ordinary natural objects, an incredible beauty and harmony is revealed." Take time now to admire Tuscan Primrose.

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Vancouver Lillies





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Yellow Roses





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