Sean Rowley

I’ve always felt that artistic ability is a gift you have been given, therefore you are obligated produce great works. Talent wasted is a shame. If you can find even one thing that you are good at, and enjoy doing, then life is good.


I paint in watercolor. This is the medium I have chosen as my primary focus. I studied many mediums in college including oils, but for some reason watercolors have stuck in my mind because of the challenge. It is a difficult medium. There is no covering up mistakes or reworking a watercolor. This provides a serious challenge. One that I enjoy very much.


I prefer to paint landscapes, rural towns, farm country, and anything old and rusty. The wonderful red rocks of Southern Utah offer a never ending supply of painting opportunities. I also prefer painting in a realistic style, attempting to capture the subject in detail. The challenge of a realistic painting gives me the impetus to keep going and create new works of art.


After a long painting session, when you look at what you have created, there is a feeling of accomplishment that just can’t be compared to anything else.


To learn more about me, and to see more of my artwork, visit my web page at: 

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Dixie Watercolor Society

The Dixie Watercolor Society is having an "off the sidewalk" sidewalk sale at Gallery 35 during the St. George Art Festival through the Easter weekend.

The sale will be on Wednesday 10am to 2pm and Thursday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm. March 31st through April 3rd.

If you come to see the artwork in the park, take a walk up to 35 North Main and check out our original paintings on sale at Gallery 35.