Historic Kolb Studio Art and History Exhibits
2016 Grand Canyon Celebration of Art
The 8th Annual Celebration of Art will feature over 25 artists from around the country who engaged in a plein air competition and exhibition.
Every September, park visitors and residents have an opportunity to watch artists paint Grand Canyon as they seek to represent the shifting light and shadow, amazing land forms, and vibrant colors of this vast landscape.
8th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art Schedule
Ranger Doug’s talks: WPA Poster Project
Artists’ Demonstration at North Rim 12-2pm:
Artists’ Demonstrations at South Rim 4-5:30pm:
Friday September 16 7:30pm Evening Program at Shrine of the Age
Quick Draw & Auction Saturday, September 17, 2016
Grand Opening Sunday, September 18, 2016
Exhibit & Sale Sunday, September 18, 2016 – Monday, January 16, 2017
For more information, contact Kathy Duley 480-277-0458, email firstname.lastname@example.orgFor additional information visit the website:
Kolb Studio (1905)
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Every September, a group of artists gather at Grand Canyon National Park for the Celebration of Art presented by Grand Canyon Association. Proceeds from the event go towards establishing a permanent art venue at Grand Canyon. Visitors may watch and learn from the Plein Air painters. (Video clip from "Grand Canyon a Journey of Wonder.")
Returning January 2017
The Amazing Kolb Brothers
A Grand Life at the Grand Canyon !
However, if you step inside, or see it from Bright Angel Trail on your hike out of the canyon, you get the sense it is much more than that.
This is the Victorian home of the Kolb Brothers who created a lasting legacy of adventure, exploration, family love, and amazing Grand Canyon photography that will last as long as the Canyon itself.
Exhibits at Kolb Studio are sponsored by the Grand Canyon Association and Grand Canyon National Park. For more information on this exhibit and the Grand Canyon Association and its programs, please visit http://www.grandcanyon.org