If you’re a fan of the exquisite designs that adorn Native American ceramics, you owe it to yourself to catch the latest art exhibit in historic Kolb Studio in Grand Canyon Village. Sally Hall, a Boston-area painter who spent the summers of her youth camped with her biologist father and kin on the North Rim, has several dozen amazing works on display that combine larger-than-life pottery, sweeping canyon country landscapes, and playful ravens. The juxtapositions in her compositions are truly original, and often breathtaking.
I had the pleasure of meeting Sally at the opening of her exhibit, and have returned to Kolb Studio frequently with friends, family, and Grand Canyon Field Institute participants to share my enthusiasm for her idiosyncratic style. Sally’s exhibit will be on display through February 17th, and is presented as part of the Grand Canyon Association’s Kolb Studio Exhibit Series.