A Greenwich Workshop Authorized Dealer

This site was created to record the posts of The Window Box Gallery. I was a big fan of this site and was checking in periodically to see updated posts. One day the site was gone from the website. I am assuming that the domain registration had expired.

Recently I discovered that the domain was available, so I bought it with the goal of recreating some of its original content from archived pages.

The Window Box Gallery has always been a cherished space for art enthusiasts and those with an appreciation for the finer things in life. I definitely didn't want someone else purchasing the domain and re-purposing it for something unrelated to the original posts and the ethos of the gallery. Preserving the spirit of the original website was paramount. The gallery holds a trove of memories, both of the art pieces and the events surrounding them. One such memory is a bit of a humorous mishap. While I was reminiscing over some of the original posts, I had a glass of red wine in one hand and my young toddler in the other. In a moment of distraction, the wine spilled all over our treasured antique oriental rug. My wife's reaction was, as you can imagine, a mix of shock and horror. Red wine on an antique! In our moment of panic, we remembered a trick involving janitorial supplies that we once showcased in an art installation at the gallery. It was an unconventional exhibit highlighting the blend of utility and art. Grabbing some of these supplies, we set to work on the rug. It's fascinating how sometimes, art and practical life intertwine so seamlessly. Today, the rug stands as a testament to both our love for art and our resourcefulness. Though the original Window Box Gallery website is no longer active, this archive version lets fans and admirers, like myself, continue to delve into its rich history and stories. I hope you find as much joy in these memories as I do. Enjoy!


The Window Box Gallery
62 West Center Street 
Provo, UT. 84601


The art in our gallery will change often, check back often for the latest works by your favorite artists.  We can also get virtually any print by any artist that you may want.  If  you don't see what you are looking for at our online gallery, try our PRINT FINDER service.  We guarantee a response within 24 hours!

Every Authorized Greenwich Workshop Dealer is committed to the same high standards of quality, integrity and service that are the hallmark of our organization.  Whether you are interested in fine art prints and canvases, porcelains, books or gift ideas, you can be certain that you will be treated as a valued customer, and that everything will be done to meet your individual needs.  As someone who treasures and reveres the beauty of fine art, we welcome you into our community, and we look forward to serving you.


Robert Bateman  


Preferred medium: acrylic
Published: Mill Pond Press since 1978
In print since 1978



Robert Bateman is a celebrated artist and naturalist known the world over.  His vision is always as original as it is compelling, reflecting his commitment to ecology and preservation.  His original paintings are prized by famous museums and collectors alike, and his limited edition art prints are in great demand.  Four books of his art have set publishing records.  Each has been translated into four languages, and a fifth book has recently been dedicated to young readers.  Bateman is the distinguished recipient of many honors and awards; most recently he was Recognized by Audubon Magazine as one of the 20th Century's "Champions of Conservation".   A zealous spokesman for the environment who has dedicated his life's work to its preservation, Robert Bateman's art is powerful, and his message is timely. 

Braldt Bralds


Santa Fe, New Mexico
Published by the Greenwich Workshop since 1995
Preferred medium: oil


Although best known for his fanciful yet realistic paintings of cats, Braldt's career includes may other successes in both commercial and fine art. Recent accolades include a one-man show at the prestigious Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico which featured his contemplative and symbolic paintings of rocks.
Born in Holland, he came to live in America in the late-seventies to pursue a career in commercial art and illustration. Among his awards are three gold medals, three silver medals and the Hamilton King Award from the Society of Illustrators.

Carl Brenders


Belgium and France
Published: Mill Pond Press since 1984
In print since 1984
Preferred medium: mixed media



Carl Brenders' love for all creatures is evident in his masterful attention to their every detail: nothing is overlooked,  Brenders was born near Antwerp, Belgium, and has drawn since childhood,  He studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Antwerp and later at Berchem,  His wildlife images are first created from pencil sketches followed by mixed media paintings of watercolor and gouache to encompass every intricacy of nature.  A dedicated conservationist, Brenders has raised awareness for environmental causes with his art which enjoys international acclaim thought North America, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, Holland, Argentina and in his native Belgium,  His art is the subject of the critically acclaimed book, Wildlife: The Nature Paintings of Carle Brenders  

James C. Christensen


Orem, UT
Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1985
Preferred media: oil and acrylic



James C. Christensen is inspired by the world's myths, fables and tale s of imagination, Christensen wants his work to add up to more than a beautiful-if sometimes "curious"-looking work of art.  Recently retired as a professor of art at Brigham Young University for over 20 years,  Christensen continues to be a "professor of Imagination."  Viewing the world as his classroom, his hope is that through whatever he creates be it a fine art print, porcelain or book he can convey a message, inspiration or a simple laugh.  He believes that teaching people to use their imagination helps us find solutions to sooth the stresses of everyday life or get a little lift to help us keep going.  In short: all things are possible when you share Christensen's philosophy that Believing is Seeing."

Bev Doolittle


Palm Springs, CA
Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1979
Preferred medium: watercolor



 Bev Doolittle is synonymous with the word "camouflage art."  nevertheless, it has always been the stories and ideas behind Bev's art which have intrigued and challenged her the most, remaining adamant that her use of camouflage is a means to an end (to slow down the viewing and storytelling process) and not an end in itself.  Always and innovator, Bev has created a new, interactive format in visual storytelling.  And she's even added a new twist to the use of "camouflage" to slowly reveal a hidden message.

Luke Frazier

Logan, UT
Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1997
Preferred medium: oil



 Luke Frazier represents a new generation of wildlife artist in both originals and fine art print.  His success was immediate:  On an impulsive trip to New York, the then twenty-one year old Frazier secured illustration work at no less than three of the top publications: Reader's Digest, Field & Stream and Alaska Magazines.  Since then, his firs one-man show sold out on opening night, he has had more than a dozen pieces chosen for the Arts for the Parks annual Top 100 and has won the National Parks Wildlife Art Award three times.

Scott Gustafson


Chicago, IL
Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1993
Preferred medium: oil



Scott Gustafson creates fairy tale treasures for the child in each of us.  His paintings and porcelains as well as possessing visual richness are rich in imagination.  His creations breath life back into stories from long ago, reinventing and interpreting fairy tales in ways which appeal to all ages.
Born and raised in Illinois, Gustafson pursued animation art throughout his years at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and Columbia Collage.  Among his first inspirations were Walt Disney cartoons.
Publications as diverse as The Saturday Evening Postand Playboy have used his works.  Gustafson has illustrated anew such children's classics as The Night Before Christmas, The Nutcracker and Peter Pan, as well as his own books, including Animal Orchestra and Animal Soup.

Stephen Lyman


Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1983
Preferred medium: acrylic
Artist widow: Andrea Lyman



Stephen Lyman has been a phenomenon not once but twice in his relative short career: First, when he became a star in wilderness art scene known especially for his innovative  (and still often imitated) paintings of firelight.  Second, when his fine art prints continued to garner a loyal audience following his untimely death in 1996 due to a hiking accident in his beloved Yosemite National Park.
The enduring appeal of Lyman's art is that it beckons us to get out into the wilderness be it in a national park or right in our own backyards.  
His multi-faceted career and artistic talent has recently been celebrated with the publication of  A Light in the Wilderness, a limited edition livre de luve featuring Lyman's paintings, photographs, journal writings and multi-media slide show presented on video

Dean Morrissey


In Print since 
Preferred medium:





Greg Olsen


Provo, UT
Published: Mill Pond Press since 1993
In Print since 1993
Preferred medium: oil



Greg Olsen was raised in a rural Idaho farming community.  His artist parents recognized and encouraged their son's early love of drawing; an affinity that increased thanks to the dedication of a devoted high school art teacher.  After studying at Utah State University, Olsen worked as an illustrator before beginning to paint full time.  His paintings have been exhibited in prominent art galleries and in numerous one-man exhibitions throughout the U.S. and Canada.  Olsen's art is included in the collections of many major corporations, religious institutions and private individuals.  "Art's greatest purpose is just to make us happy." he says. "I hope that people are happy and uplifted when they see my work and that the inspirational pieces will bring them peace and comfort."

William S. Phillips


Ashland, OR
Published: The Greenwich Workshop since 1982
Preferred medium: oil



William Phillips is now the aviation artist of choice for many American heroes and the nostalgic landscape artist of choice for many collectors.  Bill's strengths as a landscape painter are what give him an edge in the aviation field: respect and reverence for a time and place.
"Aviation was my first artistic love," says Phillips, " but my true love remains my Christian faith, home and family.  So it is my pleasure to combine all of it in my work.  The historical aviation subjects, I research; the contemporary and nostalgic subjects I live."
Phillips is one of only a few artists to be honored with a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum.  He is a recipient of the Navy's Meritorious Public Service Award and the Air Force Sergeants Association's Americanism Medal.

Liz Lemon Swindle


Tucson, AZ
Published: The Greenwich Workshop (new artist) 
Preferred medium: oil



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