Zion’s Great Arch
Watercolor Painting of the Great Arch in Zion National Park by Roland Lee
About this Item
In order to get to our cabin on the east side of Zion National Park we must travel from one end of the park to the other, which I thoroughly enjoy. Of course I stop many times to enjoy the view, sketch, and take photos. This is one of my favorite scenes as you start up the switchbacks to the mile-long tunnel in Bridge Mountain. It is commonly known as the “Great Arch of Zion.” I took careful care with the lighting on this painting to emphasize the drama. This painting is featured in the book, A Century of Sanctuary, The Art of Zion National Park published in conjunction with the Centennial of Zion National Park in 2009.
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