Painting Grand Canyon – An Artist’s Ultimate Experience
My name is Gregory Hull and I am an artist, a landscape painter to be exact. I work from nature oftentimes on the spot or “en plein air”. I love painting Grand Canyon and the Colorado River for many reasons. Today, I share with you of the most inspiring places on Earth: the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is a place where communicating with nature defies the commonplace.
I have done two raft adventures in the Grand Canyon with the specific purpose to paint from nature and create works which depict my inspiration. In May of 2014, I will lead painting Grand Canyon artist trip. The goal is to paint stunning locations unique to the planet. In addition, I will provide feedback and informative instruction to the members of this expedition. Our river guides are experienced in the needs of the artists and their materials and know the camping sites that are suitable for scenic inspiration.
What better way of sketching and commuting with nature and gathering artistic information for future creations? This will be the journey of a lifetime!
Painting Grand Canyon Opportunity Awaits You
This is one of the most exciting and relaxing trips available to artist’s who desire painting Grand Canyon. Over 10 days–from May 7-May 16, 2014 –we will cover 225 miles on a motorized raft, which allows us to see distinct scenery and geology with every color imaginable to grab your interest. Two of the days we will have lay-overs, which gives us a full day of painting rather than only the morning and evening. All of this couples with incredible guides, amazing food and the excitement a one-of-a-kind trip in the world. If you want to explore your artistic talents on location, then sign up today for this incredible journey. Most noteworthy, this opportunity may last you for years. I continue to create works or art from the sketches and photos from prior trips.
Contact the Sedona Arts Center www.sedonaartscenter.org for more information. They will help you register for this incredible opportunity. In addition, my art is available at www.gregoryhull.com and feel free to contact me for more information.