Nature’s Sculpture

Watercolor Painting of Cliff Face along Taylor Creek in Kolob Canyon

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Returning from the “Footsteps of Thomas Moran” invitational paint out, I was overcome with the massiveness of Zion’s huge rock walls. Their scale is almost beyond comprehension. This is one of the largest watercolors I’ve painted. I wanted it to be big and “in your face.” It is a deliberate attempt to capture the sheer magnitude of those cliffs. The scene is along Taylor Creek in the Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park. Also available as a Giclee Print.



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