Saturday, August 13, 2011

Curt Walters painter of the Grand Canyon

"Old Pride" 24" x 20"
CURT WALTERS is known as the premier living painter of the Grand Canyon. His commissioned piece “National Treasure” commemorating the 75th anniversary rededication ceremony of Grand Canyon National park is on permanent display at the area. 
Sudden changes in weather and light can create dramatic effects on the canyon – providing Walters with endless subject matter.

"Twisted Cedar" 24" x 20"
We have recently acquired two truly magnificent examples of Curt Walters’ Grand Canyon paintings from a local estate. They are in perfect condition and attractively priced at $12,000.00 each, well below market value.

For more information please call Saks Galleries 303-333-4144 or visit our web site

Saks Galleries is located in the heart of the Cherry Creek shopping district and has been Denver's premier art gallery for over 50 years.  Specializing in 19th to 21st century American and European oils, bronzes and watercolors, Saks Galleries is interested in acquiring both individual works and entire estates. The gallery acquires collectibles such as silver, art glass, furniture, and textiles, as well. The gallery's Denver location leads it toward a strong interest in artists of the American West, The Taos Society of Artists and Native-American arts such as textiles, baskets, pottery, and jewelry. 

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