The “Master of the Grand Canyon” Returns for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Quest for the West
Curt Walters, Sedona, AZ based artist, known as the “master of the Grand Canyon” returned to Indiana this weekend to be a part of the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Quest for the West Show and Sale. This year’s show marked the 10th year Eiteljorg Museum has hosted a number of artists with varied collection of mediums.
This year the show began officially on Thursday night, but events began on Friday with the opening reception starting at 6:30pm. The art draw and sale happened at 6:30pm on Saturday the 12th.
This year, Curt had four entries. The first, Januarius, measures at 24″ x 24″, has an amazing view of a daytime moon rise.
The second painting Curt took to Eitlejorg was Texture of the Monsoon. An 8″ x 16″ featuring the amazing power of Mother Nature during a wind and dust storm during the monsoon months of summer.
November Color: Oak Creek Canyon, a 28″ x 22″ was painted in Oak Creek Canyon in early fall.
Alizarin Hues of August, the last of the four, is an 8″ x 6″ which captures the pink colors dancing on the edges of the canyon walls.