“Grand Canyon Grandeur”

“Grand Canyon Grandeur”

Gunnar M. Widforss, “Grand Canyon,” 1924, watercolor; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.

Perhaps you’ve peered into the Grand Canyon at some point, and marveled at its magnificent lines, textures, and colors.

Now, you can experience Arizona’s natural wonder through the work of artists who’ve tackled the subject matter, as Scottsdale Museum of the West, 3830 North Marshall Way, presents an exhibition called “Grand Canyon Grandeur.”

The show includes more than 100 oil paintings, watercolors, and prints dating from the 1850s to 1950s — created in artistic styles including naturalism, abstraction, and impressionism.

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