Countdown to 2019 Arts and the Park, Light on the Reef!

2019 AATP poster

Hello Artists! 

If you have registered for this year’s Arts and the Park, Light on the Reef event, look for informational emails coming your way in the next couple of weeks!

We are fast approaching our 2019 AATP event where you are the invited artists painting in and around Capitol Reef National Park.

The above image is of this year’s poster advertising our event.  You can download it or forward it to friends and family to let them know about this big event that you’ll be participating in.  Click Here to download the poster!

Please contact Maura Naughton through email ( if you have something you need help with.
You can also call or text her. (Use your 2018-2019 UWS directory or look for her contact information in your AATP emails that are coming soon!)

2019 Arts and the Park – Light on the Reef

AATP_IMG_1199_Jana Parkin
2018 First Place – Jana Parkin
AATP_IMG_1201_Charyia Ernst
2018 First Place – Chariya Ernst

2019 Arts and the Park, Light on the Reef Plein air competition / exhibition in collaboration with Capitol Reef National Park and the Entrada Institute

June 4-9, 2019

Capitol Reef National Park

French impressionist painters such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir created much of their work en plein air, though many other artists from many schools of thought and various time periods have done the same.

“With the mission of Utah Watercolor Society to further the art of water media, the partnership with the Entrada Institute and Capitol Reef National Park in Wayne County was a natural fit.” (Utah Watercolor Society Past President and Arts & the Park, Light on the Reef participant, Ann Galt)




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