Curt Walters’ “Inclinations” captures the tranquil sensation of watching koi fish peacefully coursing through a dusky pond. A renowned plein-aire artist, Walters is drawn to the history and dramatic terrain of California, New Mexico and Arizona. The foremost Grand Canyon artist, Walters has painted it and promoted its conservation for 30 years, donating more than half a million dollars from his painting’s sales to its preservation.
Contemporary painter Curt Walters, an award-winning plein-aire artist of the American West, is the most well regarded painter of the Grand Canyon. Donating more than half a million dollars from sales of his paintings to its preservation, Curt Walters has painted and promoted its conservation for the past 30 years. Most drawn to the history and dramatic terrain of California, New Mexico and Arizona, Walters has recently painted Impressionist landscapes in the Middle East and Europe.