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Dear Friends, Collectors, Artists, Suppliers and Staff:

Now that Norah Lynne and I have celebrated our 80th Birthdays, we are planning to turn the daily operations of Gallery One over to our talented staff members, knowing that Gallery One will continue to be in good hands. Now and in the next few months, you will see the following changes in the company which we founded in 1974:

1. Our building is for sale and we are currently shopping for a smaller location.

2. We are aggressively closing out much of our art inventory in preparation for such a move. AND WE ARE STARTING BY OFFERING YOU THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER IN OUR 45-YEAR HISTORY.

3. Diane and Elise and their support staff will be taking over more details involved in the operation of Gallery One.

4. Current plans are that Norah Lynne and I will step away from daily management of Gallery One on January 1, 2021.

5. Starting in 2021, the two of us, accompanied by our furry friends, will tour North America visiting with old artist friends and looking for new art and artists to recommend to Diane and Elise.

6. As always, we will be available by cell and email.

7. Additional notes: There may be some fixtures and equipment available for sale. Contact Alan for information.

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Anderson - Bateman - Bean - Christensen - Daly - Doolittle - Garmash - Kaatz - Laessig - Larson - Lawton - Phillips - Rafflewski - Terpning - Weiss



Summer Meadow by Rowenna Anderson

Summer Meadow by Rowenna Anderson
36" x 48"
original oil on canvas - framed as shown
Regular Price: $9,000

Rowenna Anderson, known primarily by her first name, has artwork found nationwide in both private and corporate collections. She is a prolific painter and exhibits each year in invitational guest exhibits. Her lovely landscapes are published as giclée canvases by Gallery Giclée. She passed away in 2018.



Chief - American Bison by Robert Bateman

Chief - American Bison by Robert Bateman
51" x 36"
limited edition giclée on canvas - framed as shown
Regular Price: $19,500

This series of prints on canvas were not produced by the giclée method, leading to many of the prints fading - you can tell if yours is faded because the bison may have a purplish hue. When Gallery One realized that this fading was occurring, it was arranged with Bob that one of the faded prints on canvas in the edition would be replaced by a print made by the giclée method. During one of Bob's appearances at Gallery One, he publicly destroyed the faded print #27 and personally hand signed and numbered the one giclée that Gallery One had produced to replace it. As a result, this giclée is one-of-a-kind.


Robert Bateman's honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement. He also has been the subject of three films and several video productions. Three books of his art, The Art of Robert Bateman, The World of Robert Bateman, and Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, have made publishing history. A fourth book of his art, Robert Bateman: Natural Worlds, focuses on the importance of natural and cultural heritage. Safari, an illustrated book for young readers, contains first-hand accounts and interesting facts about African wildlife. Thinking Like a Mountain, details Bateman's environmental philosophies and observations and includes pencil sketches throughout. Released in 2002, Birds, is lavishly illustrated and filled with Bateman's insightful reflections on bird life.



Merganser Duckling by Robert Bateman

Merganser Duckling by Robert Bateman
4" high
limited edition bronze sculpture with marble base
Regular Price: $2,950

Robert Bateman's honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement. He also has been the subject of three films and several video productions. Three books of his art, The Art of Robert Bateman, The World of Robert Bateman, and Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, have made publishing history. A fourth book of his art, Robert Bateman: Natural Worlds, focuses on the importance of natural and cultural heritage. Safari, an illustrated book for young readers, contains first-hand accounts and interesting facts about African wildlife. Thinking Like a Mountain, details Bateman's environmental philosophies and observations and includes pencil sketches throughout. Released in 2002, Birds, is lavishly illustrated and filled with Bateman's insightful reflections on bird life.



Peregrine in Flight by Robert Bateman

Peregrine in Flight by Robert Bateman
6.5" high
limited edition bronze sculpture with marble base
Regular Price: $4,950

This sought-after sculpture is incredibly difficult to find. Gallery One has managed to obtain ONE. Compare at other retailers at $10,000.


Robert Bateman's honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement. He also has been the subject of three films and several video productions. Three books of his art, The Art of Robert Bateman, The World of Robert Bateman, and Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, have made publishing history. A fourth book of his art, Robert Bateman: Natural Worlds, focuses on the importance of natural and cultural heritage. Safari, an illustrated book for young readers, contains first-hand accounts and interesting facts about African wildlife. Thinking Like a Mountain, details Bateman's environmental philosophies and observations and includes pencil sketches throughout. Released in 2002, Birds, is lavishly illustrated and filled with Bateman's insightful reflections on bird life.



Red-Tailed Hawk Study by Robert Bateman

Red-Tailed Hawk Study by Robert Bateman
10.5" high
limited edition bronze sculpture with marble base
Regular Price: $2,950

Robert Bateman's honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement. He also has been the subject of three films and several video productions. Three books of his art, The Art of Robert Bateman, The World of Robert Bateman, and Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, have made publishing history. A fourth book of his art, Robert Bateman: Natural Worlds, focuses on the importance of natural and cultural heritage. Safari, an illustrated book for young readers, contains first-hand accounts and interesting facts about African wildlife. Thinking Like a Mountain, details Bateman's environmental philosophies and observations and includes pencil sketches throughout. Released in 2002, Birds, is lavishly illustrated and filled with Bateman's insightful reflections on bird life.



Red-Tailed Hawk Study by Robert Bateman

White Encounter by Robert Bateman
42" x 56"
limited edition giclée on canvas - framed as shown
Regular Price: $2,795

The signature on this item is somewhat faded.


Robert Bateman's honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement. He also has been the subject of three films and several video productions. Three books of his art, The Art of Robert Bateman, The World of Robert Bateman, and Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, have made publishing history. A fourth book of his art, Robert Bateman: Natural Worlds, focuses on the importance of natural and cultural heritage. Safari, an illustrated book for young readers, contains first-hand accounts and interesting facts about African wildlife. Thinking Like a Mountain, details Bateman's environmental philosophies and observations and includes pencil sketches throughout. Released in 2002, Birds, is lavishly illustrated and filled with Bateman's insightful reflections on bird life.



Charlie Duke at Moonspeed by Alan Bean

Charlie Duke at Moonspeed by Alan Bean
10 x 15"
original acrylic - framed as shown
Regular Price: $49,500

"As an Apollo 12 astronaut (fourth man on the moon), I wore moon boots and with my hammer, pounded in the lower portion of the flagstaff, broke off pieces of large rocks and drove core tubes into the moon soil to collect samples in November of 1969. As an artist, I used replicas of my boots and the actual hammer and an actual bit from the front of one of the core tubes that I drove one meter into the lunar surface when I was exploring the moon. With these tools and a bit of moon dust, I sculpted a textured surface unique in all of art history." - AB


When he wasn't flying, Bean always enjoyed painting as a hobby. Attending night classes at St. Mary's College in Maryland in 1962, Alan experimented with landscapes. During training and between missions as a test pilot and astronaut, he continued private art lessons. On space voyages, his artist's eye and talent enabled him to document impressions of the Moon and space to be preserved later on canvas. His art reflects the attention to detail of the aeronautical engineer, the respect for the unknown of the astronaut and the unabashed appreciation of a skilled painter.The space program has seen unprecedented achievements and Bean realized that most of those who participated actively in this adventure would be gone in forty years. He knew that if any credible artistic impressions were to remain for future generations, he must paint them now.



Charlie Duke at Moonspeed by Alan Bean

Widow's Mite by James C. Christensen
18.75" x 23.5"
original acrylic - framed as shown
Regular Price: $9,500

Widow's Mite is hands down one of James Christensen's most sought-after images. This particular piece is absolutely MINT and has been handled by Gallery One exclusively. Compare at upwards of $12,000 at other retailers.


The artist has been commissioned by both Time/Life Books and Omni to create illustrations for their publications and his work has appeared in the prestigious American Illustration Annual and Japan's Outstanding American Illustrators. Christensen has also won all the professional art honors the World Science Fiction Convention can bestow, as well as multiple Chesley Awards from the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists.



Walking the Rails by Jim Daly

Walking the Rails by Jim Daly
12" x 9"
original oil- framed as shown
Regular Price: $4,500

Soft-spoken and modest, Jim Daly would seem a reluctant celebrity. Still, his tender and nostalgic portrayals of children have earned him a wide and ardent following among collectors. After a stint in the army in the mid-1960s, Jim studied nights at the Los Angeles Art Center College of Design while working days at an aerospace company. Within just a few years, he was able to devote himself entirely to his art. His wife, Carole, and their four now-grown sons frequently modeled for him. He has now added a grandson to his list of favorite models.



Beyond Negotiations by Bev Doolittle

Beyond Negotiations by Bev Doolittle
26" x 72"
limited edition giclée on canvas - framed as shown
Regular Price: $3,935

Nearly all of Bev's prints have been sell-outs. Her books are extremely popular and include The Art of Bev Doolittle, which sold over half-million copies of its hardback edition. Her second book, New Magic, continued the story of her painting career. Next she released three children's books: The Forest Has Eyes, Reading the Wild and The Earth is My Mother. Her desire to try new mediums as well as her fascination with sculpture, led to her creation of five limited edition porcelain boxes, each featuring one of her most popular paintings. Newer works include four hand-pulled stone lithographs in editions of just 100 each.



Forest Has Eyes by Bev Doolittle

Forest Has Eyes by Bev Doolittle
18" x 36"
limited edition print on paper - framed as shown
Regular Price: $6,415

This signed and numbered print features an additional signature in the matting.


Nearly all of Bev's prints have been sell-outs. Her books are extremely popular and include The Art of Bev Doolittle, which sold over half-million copies of its hardback edition. Her second book, New Magic, continued the story of her painting career. Next she released three children's books: The Forest Has Eyes, Reading the Wild and The Earth is My Mother. Her desire to try new mediums as well as her fascination with sculpture, led to her creation of five limited edition porcelain boxes, each featuring one of her most popular paintings. Newer works include four hand-pulled stone lithographs in editions of just 100 each.



Shoshone Crossing by Bev Doolittle

Shoshone Crossing by Bev Doolittle
8" x 12"
original lithograph on paper - framed as shown
Regular Price: $5,950

This original lithograph features an additional signature on the glass itself.


Nearly all of Bev's prints have been sell-outs. Her books are extremely popular and include The Art of Bev Doolittle, which sold over half-million copies of its hardback edition. Her second book, New Magic, continued the story of her painting career. Next she released three children's books: The Forest Has Eyes, Reading the Wild and The Earth is My Mother. Her desire to try new mediums as well as her fascination with sculpture, led to her creation of five limited edition porcelain boxes, each featuring one of her most popular paintings. Newer works include four hand-pulled stone lithographs in editions of just 100 each.



Equus Wall by Bev Doolittle

Equus Wall by Bev Doolittle
8" x 12"
original lithograph on paper - framed as shown
Regular Price: $5,950

This original lithograph features an additional signature on the glass itself.


Nearly all of Bev's prints have been sell-outs. Her books are extremely popular and include The Art of Bev Doolittle, which sold over half-million copies of its hardback edition. Her second book, New Magic, continued the story of her painting career. Next she released three children's books: The Forest Has Eyes, Reading the Wild and The Earth is My Mother. Her desire to try new mediums as well as her fascination with sculpture, led to her creation of five limited edition porcelain boxes, each featuring one of her most popular paintings. Newer works include four hand-pulled stone lithographs in editions of just 100 each.



Local Color by Michael and Inessa Garmash

Local Color by Michael and Inessa Garmash
32" x 48"
limited edition giclée on canvas
Regular Price: $2,500

Michael and Inessa Garmash paint in tandem, working on the same paintings to create timeless, romantic images.

Michael Garmash (1969- ) began painting at age three. By six, he started his formal education at the Lugansk Youth Creative Center. Recognizing rare, natural talent, his teachers sent his works to a variety of exhibitions in the then Soviet Union. An award-winning artist from the onset, Michael received first prizes at several juried exhibitions, including the Lugansk Regional Juried Exhibition (1977), the Czechoslovakian International Youth Competition (1978) and the Hungarian International Art Competition of Circus Related Art (1978).


Inessa Garmash had excelled in the arts since early childhood. Proving herself in ballet, gymnastics and music, she attended classes in all three disciplines and, after graduating from music and ballet school, entered the Lugansk Fine Art School at age fifteen. At seventeen she was accepted as that year's best undergraduate to the Lugansk State Fine Art School. After marriage to Michael, her interest in painting intensified and now Inessa and Michael are considered two of the finest Romantic Impressionists of our day.



Quiet Season by Lynn Kaatz


Quiet Season by Lynn Kaatz

Quiet Season by Lynn Kaatz
30" x 60"
original acrylic on board - framed as shown
Regular Price: $4,950

Kaatz carved a reputation as one of the country's leading artists, amassing numerous honors including two Ohio Duck Stamp awards, special recognitions from Ducks Unlimited and the Kentucky Duck Stamp award.




Daisies 'n Lace by Robert Laessig

Daisies 'n Lace by Robert Laessig
26" x 35"
original mixed media - framed as shown
Regular Price: $7,500

Laessig has won prizes at the Butler International Art Show in Youngstown OH and also the annual May Show held at the Akron Art Institute. He was presented a distinctive award for the best watercolor in a show and an abstract painting was purchased for the Cleveland Museum of Art at the time of the 1959 Cleveland May Show. He has exhibited at the American Embassy in Norway, designed the official White House Christmas Cards for five years during the Johnson Administration, won the Ohio Watercolor Society Gold Medal and won the Winsor & Newton Award. He also earned the top award in the National Academy of Design Exhibition, National Academy Galleries, New York City. His images are published by Gallery One.




Summer Daisies by Robert Laessig

Summer Daisies by Robert Laessig

Summer Daisies by Robert Laessig
31" x 25"
original mixed media - framed as shown
Regular Price: $2,975

Laessig has won prizes at the Butler International Art Show in Youngstown OH and also the annual May Show held at the Akron Art Institute. He was presented a distinctive award for the best watercolor in a show and an abstract painting was purchased for the Cleveland Museum of Art at the time of the 1959 Cleveland May Show. He has exhibited at the American Embassy in Norway, designed the official White House Christmas Cards for five years during the Johnson Administration, won the Ohio Watercolor Society Gold Medal and won the Winsor & Newton Award. He also earned the top award in the National Academy of Design Exhibition, National Academy Galleries, New York City. His images are published by Gallery One.




Long Ago & Far Away by Judy Larson

Long Ago & Far Away by Judy Larson
7.5" x 10.5"
original scratchboard - framed as shown
Regular Price: $4,550

Larson works in the rare and demanding scratchboard technique. Working on smooth Clayboard, a board with a white china clay surface, she paints her subject solidly with black India ink. Then, using an X-Acto knife and blades that she changes every few minutes, she scratches out magnificent detail. Two themes predominate, and often converge: the precarious balance of wildlife in today's environment and the fate of Native Americans whom Larson especially admires for their intuitive understanding of ecological balance. After receiving a BS in Commercial Art from Pacific Union College in California, Judy spent 17 years as a commercial artist, illustrator and art director. In addition to limited edition fine art prints, her work has been published in two books, Hidden Spirits: Search-and-Find Scenes from the American West and The Spirit Within.




Before the Hunt by Florian Lawton

Before the Hunt by Florian Lawton
14" x 29"
original watercolor - framed as shown
Regular Price: $4,500

Today, Lawton's original paintings are included in many prestigious private and corporate collections. A list of his extensive corporate collections reads like the Fortune 500. His artwork is also widely exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries. In 1989, the Butler Institute of American Art held a 25-year retrospective of his work. He also exhibited at the Cleveland Art Museum and in the shows of the numerous professional art associations with which he is affiliated: American Watercolor Society; National Watercolor Society; Whiskey Painters of America; National Arts Club; Audubon Artists and the Salamagundi Club.




October Monday by Florian Lawton
October Monday by Florian Lawton

October Monday by Florian Lawton
21.5" x 28.75"
original watercolor - framed as shown
Regular Price: $2,975

Today, Lawton's original paintings are included in many prestigious private and corporate collections. A list of his extensive corporate collections reads like the Fortune 500. His artwork is also widely exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries. In 1989, the Butler Institute of American Art held a 25-year retrospective of his work. He also exhibited at the Cleveland Art Museum and in the shows of the numerous professional art associations with which he is affiliated: American Watercolor Society; National Watercolor Society; Whiskey Painters of America; National Arts Club; Audubon Artists and the Salamagundi Club.




Quiet of March by Florian Lawton
Quiet of March by Florian Lawton

Quiet of March by Florian Lawton
21.5" x 29.25"
original watercolor - framed as shown
Regular Price: $2,975

Today, Lawton's original paintings are included in many prestigious private and corporate collections. A list of his extensive corporate collections reads like the Fortune 500. His artwork is also widely exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries. In 1989, the Butler Institute of American Art held a 25-year retrospective of his work. He also exhibited at the Cleveland Art Museum and in the shows of the numerous professional art associations with which he is affiliated: American Watercolor Society; National Watercolor Society; Whiskey Painters of America; National Arts Club; Audubon Artists and the Salamagundi Club.




Quiet of March by Florian Lawton

Snow Bunny by Florian Lawton
21" x 29"
original watercolor - framed as shown
Regular Price: $3,500

Today, Lawton's original paintings are included in many prestigious private and corporate collections. A list of his extensive corporate collections reads like the Fortune 500. His artwork is also widely exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries. In 1989, the Butler Institute of American Art held a 25-year retrospective of his work. He also exhibited at the Cleveland Art Museum and in the shows of the numerous professional art associations with which he is affiliated: American Watercolor Society; National Watercolor Society; Whiskey Painters of America; National Arts Club; Audubon Artists and the Salamagundi Club.



Prayer for My Brother by William S. Phillips

Prayer for My Brother by William S. Phillips
40" x 30"
limited edition giclée on canvas
Regular Price: $1,995

This image is nearly impossible to locate in this size. Gallery One's is MINT and exquisitely framed.


In 1988, Phillips was chosen to be a U.S. Navy combat artist. For his outstanding work, the artist was awarded the Navy's Meritorious Public Service Award and the Air Force Sergeants Association's Americanism Medal. In 1991, three of Phillips' works were chosen as part of the top 100 in Art for the Parks, the prestigious annual fund-raiser for the National Park Service, and one painting received the Art History Award from the National Park Foundation.



Giverny I - The Garden of Claude Monet by Rolf Rafflewski

Giverny I - The Garden of Claude Monet by Rolf Rafflewski
23" x 21"
original oil on canvas
Regular Price: $4,850

Born in Hanauam Main, Germany, Rolf Rafflewski started to paint at the age of 12. His first solo show was held only four years later. Once he completed his art studies at the Staatliche Zeichenakademie in 1961, Rafflewski visited Paris and after falling in love with the city, moved there to make it his new home. The stunning boulevards, lively quais and winding streets of Montmartre, gave him the inspiration and the subject matter for many of his paintings and lithographs. Over the past decades, Rafflewski has exhibited actively in galleries and museums all over the globe including San Francisco, Washington, Tokyo, Hawaii, Paris and New York including a show at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris where he was honored with a one-person exhibit.



Teachings of My Grandmother by Howard Terpning

Teachings of My Grandmother by Howard Terpning
30" x 28"
limited edition print on canvas - framed as shown
Regular Price: $3,750

Compare at $7,500 at other retailers


In 1980, Howard was awarded the National Academy's Gold Medal for his outstanding exhibition in oil, and the same year at the Cowboy Artists of America's 15th Annual Exhibition, he took four major prizes: The Men's Arts Council award; The Colt Award, and two Silver Awards, one for oil and one for drawing.



Bassett Hound Pups by John Weiss

Bassett Hound Pups by John Weiss - framed

Bassett Hound Pups by John Weiss
15.5" x 24"
original oil on board - framed as shown
Regular Price: $3,800

Compare at $8,000

As a child, Weiss always had the ability to draw. He developed his innate skill through high school art classes. On a trip to Maine, he encountered an exhibition of work by Andrew Wyeth, an experience that further stimulated his own desire to be an artist. He studied art at Kent State University, but left after two years to go into the landscape business. The attractions of art had become too much a part of him by this time, however, and he returned to drawing and painting - on a casual basis at first, but with more time and intensity as four years passed. Hand-in-glove with experience goes perseverance. His dedication paid off, and in 1977 Weiss began painting full-time, primarily in oil. Today a resident of Ohio, Weiss uses his art to support worthy causes in the area, and shows his work in a number of galleries nationwide.