Mark Christopher Weber (b. 1949)

Grand Canyon Lace, 1994
Oil on Panel
36 in x 24 in
Mark Weber was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He studied sculpture and painting at the University of Arkansas, where he worked with Donald Roller Wilson, the man he credits for his ultimate decision to make painting his primary art form. Weber is known for his landscapes, as well as his paintings of human figures and faces. He is a deeply religious man who sees Grand Canyon as a "window into the majestic power of God. Its vastness defies our comprehension." He and his wife, Randi, now make their home in Kansas City, Missouri. Weber's paintings have been shown throughout the U.S. and are included in many private and corporate collections. His many awards include the Landscape Award of Merit and the Grand Canyon Purchase Award in the annual Arts for the Parks competition. Weber's painting "Trees with a View" is now part of Grand Canyon Associations permanent collection. He is featured in North Light Books's upcoming title, "Art from the Parks."

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