September Afternoon at Lake OHara
by Curt Walters
Is it wise to introduce one of the most renowned painters of the
Grand Canyon as a Greenwich Workshop artist with a Rocky Mountain
landscape? It is if you want to make the point that he is a landscape
artist of the first order, no matter what his subject may be.
Certainly the good folks at The Eiteljorg Museums Quest for
the West Art Show and Sale would agree. Walters won both the Patrons
Choice Award and the Victor Higgins Award of Distinction at their
event in 2007 with September Afternoon at
Curt Walters is a plein air impressionist known worldwide for his
impeccable depictions of the Grand Canyon. As early as 1997, Art
of the West magazine heralded Walters as the greatest
living Grand Canyon
artist. Since then, he has expanded his award winning repertoire
to include the landscapes of Asia, Europe, South America, Africa
and the expansive beauty of North America. Art of the West
includes Walters in their category of Eight True Masters
noting many museums and collectors do not consider their collections
complete unless they include a Walters painting.
Walters was also the recipient of the 2008 Trustees Purchase
Award at the Masters of the AmericanWest
Exhibition and Sale at the Autry.
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 50 s/n.
37"w x 37"h (unstretched).
Arriving May 2008