In Uncategorized, Art Galleries, New Paintings

Roland Lee, Leslie Courtright (curator of the Zion Museum) and Technical assistant Justin Hall stand by Roland’s newest painting, “Canyon Snowfall” at the Zion National Park Museum

Roland Lee art prints, cards, and books have been sold at Zion National Park for many years, but for the first time my original paintings are now available at Zion. Today we hung an exhibit called “Zion Canyonscapes” featuring mostly new original landscape paintings of Zion’s canyons and peaks. The show is jointly sponsored by Zion National Park and the Zion Natural History Association. All paintings are for sale and a portion of the sales will benefit the Zion National Park Foundation to help finance conservation and interpretive projects within Zion National Park.

“Zion Canyonscapes” will remain on exhibit in the art gallery area of the Human History Museum (the old visitors center)through July 1, 2010. The show is free but regular park entrance fees apply. You can drive directly to the museum and park there, or take the free shuttle from the main visitors center. Museum Hours are 10am to 7pm daily.

The show features 12 new paintings of Zion National Park including “Angels Above, Heaven Below” a huge painting from Angel’s landing Trail (center.)

Nellie Lee looks over the exhibit which includes a step by step demonstration and display of Roland’s plein air painting kit and sketchbook

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