Visit Roland Lee Art Gallery in St. George historic Arts District
165 North 100 East, St. George UT 84770
Roland Lee Art Gallery and Fine Art Studio is located in the downtown Arts District of historic St. George, Utah, just 45 miles from Zion National Park. Featuring original landscape paintings of Utah’s national parks, and scenes from Europe and the American West. Enjoy weekly art classes in our studio classroom taught by some of the top artists in our area.
NEW INSTRUCTIONAL DVD SET #5
3 STEP-BY-STEP WATERCOLOR HOW-TO VIDEOS
Order Roland Lee’s newest instructional DVD set. Three full-length how-to videos take you through Roland Lee’s entire painting process from reference photo to finished matted painting. Watch over his shoulder while Roland explains each step of the painting process accompanied by on-screen titles. Two cameras help you see both the painting in progress as well as his palette and reference material.
NEW 160 PAGE ART BOOK OF ROLAND LEE PAINTINGS
See video. Introducing DISCOVERING ZION: A Pictorial Guide to the Landscape, Geology and History of Zion National Park, Roland Lee’s new 160-page hard cover book lavishly illustrated with Roland’s landscape paintings of Zion National Park. Join us in celebrating Zion’s 100th birthday with the publication of this stunning new guide to one of the world’s greatest natural works of art. Roland Lee combines his beautiful paintings of Zion with essays by fellow Zion enthusiasts Lyman Hafen and Robert Eves to create a comprehensive full-color guide to one of the treasures of the American west–Zion National Park.
In light of Covid-19’s impact on the world, Zion National Park has come up with a new way to feature art at Zion National Park. Instead of the usual four-day plein air event and gala show, they’ve gone online this year with “Art in the Time of Covid.” Six premier artists were selected to convey […]
It’s always fun to see my paintings show up in the national art magazines. Even more fun when they use one of my paintings to publicize a special section. I didn’t know about it until I saw it this week.
Wow, just received my copies of the new book, “The River Flows – Watercolors of the American West.” So thrilled to have a number of my paintings included in this beautiful coffee-table art book that traces the history of watercolor artists and paintings through the years. The brainchild of noted artists Don Weller, and Marlin […]
My painting “Long-term parking” was selected for inclusion in an article called “Trains, Planes, and Automobiles” in the July issue of Plein Air Collector and Outdoor Painter, online newsletters from the publishers of Plein Air magazine.
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