A Powell Museum Thank You


We appreciate your generosity.

The Powell Museum humbly thanks all involved with our auction this year – from the donors, to the winning bidders, and EVERYONE involved behind the scenes making it happen. We love you, Page, and we couldn’t have done it without YOU!

Now, everybody, go and have yourselves….


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December2017 Artist of the Month/Phil Clark

December & January Artist of the Month

Phil Clark

Please join us in welcoming Phil with a reception on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Having admired stained glass art for most of his life, Phil, an avid photographer and hiker has been creating custom stained glass art since 2008.  He takes photographs of natural scenery and uses the natural lines in the landscape to create each stained glass design.  His work includes landscapes as well as geometric designs.

A native of New Mexico, and a fluent speaker of French and Spanish, Phil has lived and traveled overseas and from coast to coast in the United States.  Having lived here twice in the last 30 years he and his wife, Kim, call Page, Arizona home.  Phil met Kim in Page, in 1989 and they have one grown son.  He retired in 2017 after serving the American people for 34 years with the National Park Service and the U.S. Air Force as a civil engineer.

When he is not making stained glass art, Phil loves to hike, camp and travel. Their home in Page keeps them busy gardening in their greenhouse and home remodeling work.

Phil has completed many commissions for people and prides himself in working with the client to create stained glass art.  His work hangs in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, Oregon, Massachusetts, Maryland and France.

He welcomes new commissions and urges clients to call or email him.

Facebook: Phil Photoandglass
Email: philphotoandglass@gmail.com

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Golden Angel Program 2017

Golden Angel Program 2017

“The Angels are hung on our Christmas Tree so fair,
In hopes that someone will show how they care…”

Every year, Powell Museum invites community members to help others in need. Our Golden Angel Program provides for seniors in need or alone during the holiday season. Stop by and pick an Angel from our tree, shop, and return your wrapped package by the due date. That’s it!

Have a wonderful holiday from the board and staff of Powell Museum!

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November 2017 Artist of the Month

Georgia Johnson & Cordell Naseyoma
join together for an exciting Dual Exhibit

“Adventure of Spirits”

– November 2017 at the Powell Museum –
An opening reception will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017,
5:00 – 7:00 P.M. at the Powell Museum
Georgia Johnson enjoy’s painting whimsical desert animals, decorative mixed-media, landscape and floral themes. Johnson is drawn to the beauty of Native American art as practiced by the Navajo and Hopi tribes. She has recently expanded her artistic interests to include ceramics through classes at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.
Cordell Naseyoma was born in Keams Canyon and grew up in the village of Hotevilla-Bacavi on Third Mesa in northern Arizona. After completing his education, Cordell decided to make katsina carving his profession using the “old” methods he learned from elders and his friend and contemporary, Ed Seechoma. The katsinam portrayed by Cordell’s carvings are believed by the Hopi to be spiritual messengers. In the traditional way, Cordell collects all of his materials from nature.
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Have A Holly Jolly Christmas 2017!

Powell Museum 40th Annual
Dinner & Auction

The Board of Directors and staff of the Powell Museum invite you to their 40th annual fundraiser! This year’s event, A Holly Jolly Christmas, will take place on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at Page’s newest restaurant and entertainment center, Gone West Family Restaurant, located in the Gateway Park Shopping Center. Your ticket will include a great dinner (brought to you by Lisa and Dindie Bird who previously managed the Canyon Cantina), a spectacular assortment of both live and silent auction items, plenty of door prizes, and live music! Stop by the Powell Museum and get your tickets now for the Christmas Party of the year in Page, Arizona!

If you wish to contribute to this year’s fundraiser, please contact Viki at the museum. Your auction items or cash contributions are tax deductible and will be publicly acknowledged.

Thank you in advance for your continued support of our community museum!

Come join the fun!

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October 2017 Artist of the Month – Sally Foti


October’s Artist of the Month exhibit is a collection of Paintings, Photos, and Haiku

by Sally Foti


Spencer Trail

White Pocket

The Trail to Yellow Rock

Come see the work of our own Sally Foti!  Sally is a local Page artist and avid hiker. If you find yourself in a photo, you win a prize!!!


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VOTE for the Powell Museum

It’s your civic duty…to VOTE!!!

Voting is underway now for the best of the best local businesses! The Best of Page 2017 is an opportunity to show your support for the businesses that support your community all year long!

The Powell Museum & Official Visitor Center for the City of Page is a previous recipient of Best of Page Awards in multiple years and categories, including Best Non-Profit and Best Visitor Information. Our organization has also been awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for our consistent superior customer service and visitor assistance efforts. You can vote here

The Powell Museum appreciates your continued support!




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August 2017 Lecture Series/The Artist, the Trader, the Blair Family

The Artist, the Trader, the Blair Family

Lecture Series Presentation

Friday, August 11, 2017
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Powell Museum

What would you collect if your family was in the Trading Post business since 1948?  View the Elijah and Claudia Blair Family Collection consisting of one-of-a-kind items hand-crafted in the past century by Native Americans in the Four Corners Region.  The unique rugs, jewelry, baskets and pottery will take your breath away.  Hear the well told stories of the family’s experiences as Indian Traders.  Just how did the trading post, the trader, and the local artists work together for mutual benefit? Hear the stories from the people who have lived a life most of us can only imagine.

The Glen Canyon Lecture Series is made possible through a partnership between Glen Canyon Natural History Association, the John Wesley Powell Museum and the Page Public Library. Lectures are free to the public and supported by grants and donations. Thank you for supporting your public programs.

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August 2017 Artist of the Month – David Drummond

August 2017 Artist of the Month –

David Drummond

“Art is about communication and beauty. I paint what I love to look at, hoping to bring that same emotion to the viewer.”

Widely recognized for his realistic watercolors of Lake Powell and western landscapes, watercolorist David Drummond concentrates on attention to detail and mood. His expressive realist figurative work and still life paintings give testimony to talent, as do dozens of honors and critical acclaim in the national fine arts media.

Over the years he has accumulated numerous honor and awards, and was commissioned to paint the 2007 Whie House Christmas card and in 2013 his “Escalante Noon” was selected to hang in the George W. Bush Library.

Wake South of Dangling Rope
Morning In Mountain Sheep Canyon 
Morning Near Hole In The Rock
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July 2017 Lecture Series/Frank Lee Ruggles


Glen Canyon Lecture Series 


Presentation and signing at The Page Community Center

Tuesday, July 18th                                                                                  7:00pm – 9:00pm

Glen Canyon Lecture Series presents: Frank Ruggles, eminent photographer for the National Parks. Hist journey through America’s public lands has led him to some of the most remote and wildly beautiful places this country has to offer. Join him for the release of his new book, Chasing Light, which features stunning photography from places we call home and far beyond.
This is a free community event sponsored by the Glen Canyon Natural History Association, Powell Museum, and Page Public Library.

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