A complete bibliography for Curt Walters.


Nelson, Mary Carrol. “Curt Walters: Landscapes in the Realist Tradition” American Artist (44.455) June, 50-55, 112-113


Santa Fe Profile, October. Cover


Ruffner, Budge. “Curt Walters: The Immortal Dignity of Massive Stone” Southwest Art, April, 98-105

Samuels, Peggy and Harold. Contemporary Western Artists. Southwest Art Publishing


Dandick’s Travel Tips, Sedona-Oak Creek Canyon. Cover


“Curt Walters: The Third Dimension” Art of the West (1.4) May/June, 29-33

Ruland, Sylvia. “A New Freedom” Sedona Magazine, Winter 1988, 38-43

Phoenix Home and Garden, November, page 101. Tom’s Flowers


Parks, Steven. “”The Greatest Subject on Earth.” Southwest Profile, February, 1989, 26-29.

Dandick’s Travel Tips, Sedona-Oak Creek Canyon. Cover

New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair, Albuquerque


Ellis, Nancy, “Like No Other Place on Earth” Focus Sante Fe, Jan-Mar, 40-43

Axelrod, Alan. Art of the Golden West. New York: Abbeville Press

ArtTalk, March. Cover


Publications (written by Walters): “Techniques of Impressionist Landscape Painting.” American Artist (55.593) Dec., 40-47

American Artist, March. Cover


Pollard, Senta Regis. “Curt Walters: Four Seasons of Expression” International Fine Art Collector (1.12) Dec/Jan, 46-51

Trulsson, Nora Burba. “Fine Art: Landscape Artist Curt Walters at Home” Phoenix Home and Garden (12.9) July, 31-33

The Santa Fean Magazine, v. 20, no. 1, January-February. Cover


Sedona Sights and Sounds, September. Cover

“Painting Perfect,” Arizona Daily Sun, October 2. Cover


Johnson, Hoyt. “Dear Readers” Sedona Magazine, Summer, 25

Winner, Joseph. “Keeping the Canyon Grand.” American Times, Winter 1994-1995.

Scottsdale Life, June 2. Cover

Sedona Sights and Sounds, November, Cover. National Treasure

Sedona Magazine, Summer. Cover and Editorial Page

Speaker, Curt Walters: Grand Canyon, The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Sedona.


“Captured in the Colors” Phoenix Magazine (30.6) June, 92-96

Franklin, Jennifer. “An Artist’s Point of View.” The Tribune, 1995.

Winner, Joseph. “Keeping the Canyon Grand.” American Times, Winter 1994-1995.


Doherty, Stephen. “Interpretations of the Colorado Landscape” American Artist, January, 44-45

Bishop, James Jr. “Curt Walters” Southwest Art, February, 88-95

Stavig, Vicki. “The Glory of the American West” Art of the West Nov/Dec, 50-51

Hagerty, Donald. Leading the West: One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Publishing

Southwestern Art, February. Cover

Art Revue, Spring. Cover

The Arizona Republic, November 30, Cover


“On Tour in Normandy” American Artist (62.669) April, 19

Ruland, Sylvia. “A New Freedom” Sedona Magazine, Winter, 38-43

Kinsey, Joni. The Majesty of the Grand Canyon. Cobb, California: First Glance Books

American Artist, April. Cover


Behrens, Shirley. “Glory of the Past, Beauty of the Present” Art of the West (12.3) Apri, 74-79

“Air Pollution Robs Us of Natural Spectacles” Viewpoint: Sunday Advocate, April 25, 1999, 13B.


“The Grand Adventure” Art of the West, Nov/Dec, 43-55

Bryant, Kathleen. “Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon” American Artist, Dec, 33-48

Pitzl, Maryjo “Plein-Air Painting at the Grand Canyon” Southwest Art, February 2000, 104-105.

Webster, Dottie and Pamela Morris. A Window on Sedona. Sedona, Arizona: Cinnamon Stone Publishing,


American Artist, December. Cover and pgs 42-43 Nankoweap


Crouch, Lorraine. “Roping the West” The Artist’s Magazine (18.11) Nov, 46-48

Bryant, Kathleen. “Remembering a grand and artful adventure” Sedona Magazine, Summer 2001, 94-95.

“Art From the Heart of Grand Canyon” Sunday Morning, with Charles Kuralt, CBS, March 25, 2001

Speaker, Art and Conservation at Grand Canyon, Artists of America, Denver


Davis, Lynn Pyne. “Arizona Regionalists” Southwest Art (32.4) September, 104-113

Webster, Dottie and Pamela Morris. A Window on Sedona. Sedona, Arizona: Cinnamon Stone Publishing

Student Workshop, 4 days; May. Scottsdale Artist School


Brown, Corinne. “The Forbes Trinchera Ranch Paint-In” Persimmon Hill, Winter 2003, 21-26.

Speaker, Bruce Babbitt Award Ceremony, Grand Canyon Trust, Phoenix

Masterworks of New Mexico, Albuquerque


Tuck, Debra. “Preserving American’s Great Treasure The Grand Canyon” Persimmon Hill, Summer 2004,

Speaker, The Grand Canyon, Prix de West, Oklahoma City

Speaker, Art and Conservation at Grand Canyon, Phoenix Art Museum,


Schneider, Wolf. “My World: A Visit with Painter Curt Walters” Southwest Art, Oct., 130-131

Reid, John. “Plein Aire Painting: A New Buzz About an Old Tradition” Sedona Magazine, Fall, 167-174

Somerville, Sylvia. “The Greatest Living Interpreter of the Grand Canyon” The Red Rock Review, July

15, 2005, cover and 7-9.

“It’s All About The Moment” Art of the West, Sept/Oct 2005, 63-67.

Cowboy Artists of America, Phoenix Art Museum


Persimmon Hill, Autumn. Cover

Student Workshop, 4 days; June. Prix de West, Oklahoma City


Foreman, Rycke. “Curt Walters: Patient Prize Winner” Art-Talk (27.8) June/July, 22-23

Van Deventer, M.J. “Curt Walters Wins the Prix de West Purchase Award” Persimmon Hill (35.2) Summer, 10-12

Zanetell, Myrna. “Curt Walters: Master of the Grand Canyon” Wildlife Art (25.5) Sept/Oct., 24-28

Duerr, Allan and Thomas Tierney. “Eight True Masters.” Art of the West, Nov/Dec.

Lightner, James. Land of Sunlight: Contemporary Paintings of San Diego County. San Diego: San Diego Flora

Art of the West, November-December. Cover

ArtTalk, June-July. Cover

Persimmon Hill, Summer. Front and back covers


Fauntleroy, Gussie. “Limitless Possibilities” Southwest Art, Feb., 108-111

Hedgpeth, Don. ed. Art and Enterprise in the American West. Boulder; Leanin’ Tree Inc.

Southwest Art, February. Cover

Speaker, Place and Moment, Autry Museum, Los Angeles

Speaker, Three Artists, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis


Donaldson, Jeff. “Picturing a National Treasure” Western Art Collector, August, 174-177

Nottage, James H. “Moments and Monuments: The Plein Air and Studio Paintings of Curt Walters.” Western Art Collector, Sept., 98-103

“Curt Walters: Prepare to Paint a Complicated Subject” Workshop, Winter, 38-47

American Artist Workshop, Winter. Cover

Speaker, Place and Moment, Booth Western Museum, Georgia

Speaker, Monuments and Moments, Eiteljorg  Museum, Indianapolis

Student Workshop, 4 days; September: Curt Walters and Friends Painting at the Grand Canyon, Scottsdale Artist School


Nelson, Mary. “The Studio” Art of the West Sept/Oct., 32-34

Canyon Views, Grand Canyon Association, v. XVL no. 3, Fall. Cover

Persimmon Hill, Autumn, Back cover

Speaker, Place and Time, Autry Museum, Los Angeles

Speaker, Place and Moment, Sedona Women’s Club, Sedona, Arizona

Cowboy Artists of American, Phoenix Art Museum


Hoerth, Cristin. “40 Prominent People in the Western Art World” Southwest Art, May, 102-103

“The Love Affair Continues” Art of the West, Jul/Aug., 34-40

“Recharging the Engine that Drives Success” Plein Air, Summer, 30-39

Haller, Lynda. “Curt Walters- At Home in Red Rock Country” Persimmon Hill, Autumn, 40-43

“One on One” Art of the West, Nov/Dec., 16

Brogwardt, Michelle. “Visions from France and Spain” Western Art Collector, Dec., 84-87

Reeves, Don “Getting an Education at the Cowboy” Persimmon Hill, Winter, 44-45

Art of the West, July-August. Cover

Plein Air Paintings of Curt Walters, Prix de West, Oklahoma City

Speaker, “Tuesday Talks” Conversation with an Artist, Desert Caballeros Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona

“Master Class,” April, Adult and University Program, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa

Online Art Contest, PleinAir Magazine (


Finch, Erika Ayn. “Home is Where the Artist Is” Sedona Monthly, March 14-19

Kipp, Kathryn ed. Art Journey America Landscapes. Cincinnati; North Light Books

Tierney, Tom. “Special Beauty: 2011”, Guidebook of Art: Art of the West, 34-35

Speaker, My Last Year and Other Adventures, The West Select, Phoenix


“Show Preview: Nedra Matteucci Gallery Show” Southwest Art, June, 66-67

Morrison, Shari. “Landscape Traditions.” Western Art and Architecture (7.3) June/July, 144-149

Stern, Jean and Susan Hallsten McGarry and Terry Lawson Dunn. Art of the National Parks. University of New Mexico Press

Mollring, Christine. Erivan and Helga Haub Family Collection of Western Art (Special 3-volume limited edition – 600 copies)

Speaker, Here We Go Again, Prix de West, Oklahoma City


Fry, Laura, Peter Hassrick, and Scott Manning Stevens. Art of the American West: The Haub Family

Collection at Tacoma Art Museum, Marquand Books: Seattle, 2014

Geraghty, John. “Living With Art” Western Art Collector, May, 2014, 60-67.

“Crusader for The Canyon.” Kudos, August 13, cover and 6-7

MacDonald, Louise Sheldon. Sedona’s Best Artists. Sedona: All Printing

Kudos, August 13-19. Cover


DeBarbieri, Lili. Sedona/Verde Valley Art: A History from Red Rocks to Plein Air. Arizona: The

History Press, 2015.

Jernigan, Zachary. “Walter’s ‘obsessed’ with painting Cardenas’ Grand Canyon Expedition.” Red Rock

       News, Sedona, Arizona, June 24, 2015


Curt Walters: A Retrospective,” Museum of Northern Arizona Show Catalog, MMA Publications

“The Scene,” Sedona-Red Rock News. March 18, Cover

Stavig, Vicki. “One on One.” Art of the West, May/June, 22

“Curt Walters with Tantalizing Secrets” PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, Episode 10, Published August

11, 2016

“Photo Tour: Grand Canyon National Park’s Timeless Beauty” USA Today, March 16, 2016

Speaker, The View Unpainted: Provocations from a Most Challenging Teacher, Grand Canyon

Celebration of Art, Grand Canyon.

Speaker, Directions Discovered, Plein Air Convention, Tucson.

Speaker, Canyon Epoch, Grand Canyon Exhibit at Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis.

Painting Demonstration (3 days) April, Pleinair Magazine’s 5th Annual Plein Air Convention and

Expo, Tucson

PALET, Tlaquepaque Event, Sedona Arts Center


“King of the Canyon,” Art of the West Magazine, March Issue, Cover and Article

Following His Instincts,” Southwest Art, February/March Issue

Art of the West, March-April. Cover

Speaker, “Lecture Series” Presentation to Docents, Phoenix Art Museum


“Go Big or Go Home: Advice For Painting on Large Canvases en Plein Air.” Outdoor Painter, March 2,


Speaker, My Story: Grand Canyon and Other Provocations, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma


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