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The Art of Juliana Hutchins

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GRAND CANYON SPIRITS

GRAND CANYON SPIRITS This mural is actually 2 murals on either side of some big double doors, one side in the mexican food restaurant, Sophies, and on the other side, a liquor and snack store, right across from the Imax Theater in Tusyan, just outside the park. The name of the store is “Grand Canyon…

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Grand Canyon Coyote

This coyote was one I came upon during a “photo safari” I did one of the days while an Artist in Residence at the Grand Canyon National Park.  I’m from Prescott, so I see coyotes all the time, but NEVER have I seen one this big and healthy!  He came within 30 feet of me…

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GRAND CANYON BIGHORN

This big guy was part of the booty I gathered on my photo safari while an Artist in Residence at the Grand Canyon Nat’l  Park.  One day I took a day off from painting my mural at the Shrine of the Ages and took my camera, car and roomate and just photographed all we saw!…

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SUNSET LOVERS

This is actually more of a “quickie”.  I was just playing with some pastels one day and this is what I came up with.  What I’d like to do is a serious oil painting of this in my “outdoor adventure” series I’m currently working on.  Need just the right models for it though, so when…

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ROMANIA

Okay, this was my first water painting, and may I say I impressed myself?  I love the reflections and the way the light dances on the water.  The resource I worked off of, a photograph the client gave me from when her son was there, needed fixing.  I added more buildings and cleaned them up.…

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AFRICAN DAISY KATIE

This is once again a model from my homegrown model stock, Katie (ahem, now it’s “Kate”).  The original painting of this was burned, along with a portrait of her brother Danny (now “Daniel”!).  I just HAD to redo this painting.  Unfortunately, I don’t think I had my heart into painting this one as much as…

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KOLB STUDIO, WELL FRAMED

Kolb Studio is located at the top of the Bright Angel Trail at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.  It was sold and is in the permanent collection of the Grand Canyon Association.  (see below painting for more of the story!) The idea for the title of this painting came from one of the…

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