2014 Community Artist - Serena Supplee
Originally from Iowa, Serena graduated with a BFA from Northern Arizona University before moving to Moab, Utah. For nine years she guided trips on the Colorado, Green, and San Juan Rivers and she still rows her boat (and heart) down rivers that inspire her painting.
Always accompanied by her sketchbook and watercolors, Serena paints and makes detailed sketches on site which she later transforms into large oils back in her Moab studio.
Watch for Serena out and about in the national parks of Southeast Utah in 2014. View samples of her latest work here.
Schedule listed below is subject to change due to weather or other factors.
April 3-4 and 6-7: Arches National Park
April 15: Canyonlands National Park, Maze District
April 16: Canyonlands National Park, Maze District
May 1: Natural Bridges National Monument
May 7: Canyonlands, Needles District
May 11: Canyonlands, Needles District
May 15: Canyonlands, Island in the Sky
May 29: Canyonlands, Island in the Sky
June 4: Canyonlands, Green River
June 6: Canyonlands, Cataract Canyon
June 17: Canyonlands, Island in the Sky
June 21: Canyonlands National Park
June 27: Arches National Park (date change from the 26th)
June 29: Arches National Park
June 30: Arches National Park
July 23 & 25-27: Arches National Park
July 30-31: Natural Bridges National Monument
August 1: Natural Bridges National Monument
August 9: Arches National Park
August 11-13: Canyonlands, Needles district
August 20: Hovenweep National Monument
August 27: Arches National Park
August 29-31: Artist's studio in Moab
September 5 & 7: Arches National Park
September 26-29: Canyolands, Island in the Sky
October 3-6: Canyonlands, Maze district
October 16-18: Canyonlands, Needles district
October 19: Canyonlands, Needles district
Schedule to be determined
Did You Know?
Pinyon trees do not produce pine nuts every year. These delicious nuts can only be harvested every three to seven years. This irregular schedule prevents animals from adapting to an abundance of pine nuts and guarantees that at least some nuts will become new trees instead of a quick meal.