the preservation and maintenance of the Maynard Dixon home and property in Mount Carmel, Utah.
Maynard Dixon Living History Museum in Mt. Carmel, Utah
Or Call 800 992-1066 for Tickets
Self Guided PROPERTY TOURS Available Daily 10-5
Docent Tours Available by appointment only, March through November.
Please call the Foundation at 800-992-1066 to make an appointment.
• $20 Docent Tour
• $10 Self-Guided Walking Tour
Please Note: The Dixon property is a living history museum and not a fine art museum. There are several examples of Dixon artwork throughout the buildings. These are very fine reproductions. The current art market for Dixon paintings causes them to be very rare. People seeking to buy artwork need to be prepared to disclose a budget and expectation for such purchase. We will then make an effort to obtain such.
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116 original albumen photographs by Jack Hillers of the 1872 John Wesley Powell Expedition. Executed between 1872 and 1875, these images depict native Americans in the region surrounding the base camp of Powell in Kanab,Utah and the surrounding areas of Southern Utah, Northern Arizona, Northern Nevada and areas along the Wasatch front.
From the Blog
Artist Joshua Baird is as humble a person as he is talented an artist, traits that seem ineffably entwined in many of the most gifted and complex visual creators. This year has been an exciting one for Joshua, with a three-man show at the David Ericson Fine Art Gallery beside 'greats' G. Russell Case and George Handrahan and his Freshman juried entry into this year's Maynard Dixon Country Camp Out event in June beside 36 of the country's most prominent artists. I sat down with Joshua this week to talk about what got him started as a painter, why he thinks light is like jazz music and how Maynard Dixon can still stir his soul. Here's part 1 of May's artist feature interview with Joshua Baird: