10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Enjoy the overview of Harriet Priska’s watercolor paintings over the past few years: 2020 Exhibit of “Anasazi Pottery Restored,” 2021 Exhibit of Anasazi Ruins in the Escalante Area, and “Remembering Escalante 1940.”
2021 Featured Artist and retired festival director, Sandy Larsen, invites the public to an open studio showing his abstract, eccentric glass windows made entirely from antique glass. Read more about Sandy here.
DIRECTIONS: Studio is located 4 miles west of Escalante on HWY 12 then 1 mile west on Main Canyon Road (turn right on dirt road by Slot Canyons Inn). CAUTION: Low water crossing to access property – not suitable for low clearance vehicles. Limited parking available prior to creek.
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Pam began her artistry working in pastels with a focus towards nature and landscapes, inspired by her surroundings and personal connections with her subject. Over time she moved into watercolor where she found new inspiration, this medium was her most prolific. Each of her pieces reflect a deeply personal experience, connection and story. Her artwork was a way for her to quietly share her passion for some of the things she loved most, nature and wildlife. On display at her art studio is her work and a tribute to her life.
Chris Haycock, Rae Ellen Lee, Ruthanne Oliver, Valerie Orlemann, Ellen Orlemann, Jill Simpkins