Limited Edition Art Print & Poster Honors 10th Anniversary
To help celebrate the 10th anniversary, the Broussard family commissioned Whitefish artist Pete Thomas to design an iconic Rebecca Farm poster and limited edition serigraph.These posters and prints are now on sale!
Own a Part of the History
Sure to catch the eye of any world-class eventing fan, the frozen action of athlete and horse and the magnificent Northwest Montana scene with Glacier National Park in the background create two must-have pieces.
Purchase the brilliant 10-color (screen printed) serigraph. It is part of a LIMITED EDITION of 100, signed and numbered by the artist, including a certificate of authenticity. The art print is 16" x 21.5". A portion of sales is donated to the Rebecca Farm grant fund. This is the first ever limited edition print by this artist for Rebecca Farm.
Purchase with your major credit card or PayPal account.Serigraph (normally $150)
Special rate -- only $75!
Purchase the 10th Anniversary poster as a perfect souvenir for participants, spectators and equestrian enthusiasts alike. The poster is 18" x 24" (standard poster frame size). A portion of sales is donated to the Rebecca Farm grant fund.Poster (normally $25)
Special rate -- only $12!
About the Artist
"My art philosophy is to keep it clean and pleasing to the eye - with the purpose of bridging emotions built into the piece with those of the viewer," says Thomas. "I like working with geometric shapes and curves. For me, every contour has a purpose behind it. Each shape plays off of another and from this deliberate mash-up of shapes, lines, curves and colors an entire piece emerges."
Pete's vintage, iconic style has gained him international recognition with previous work. His Whitefish Centennial art print series was featured in the 2005 Graphis Poster Annual. More recently, his 2010 Glacier National Park Centennial poster was chosen to be an official licensed piece of art for the centennial.
"When the opportunity surfaced to collaborate with the Broussards, I was excited to get involved," he says. "In producing the piece, it was my intention to not only capture the overall essence of the world-class event, but really freeze a quintessential moment - a specific action in a specific setting - that would represent the whole in an iconic form. Of course, to honor Becky Broussard, that goes without saying."