Rozel Point Cowl
In the northeast corner of the Great Salt Lake is a remote stretch of land called Rozel Point. This wild part of Utah was chosen by Robert Smithson in 1970 as the sight of his iconic earthwork Spiral Jetty. To Smithson, its isolated setting was an important part of the work; viewing the art was a journey both physical and metaphysical. A winter journey to Rozel Point becomes a study in the beauty of art as well as muted nature. Yellow and brown dormant plants are set against black basalt and white snow creating a feast of mid-winter color.
Rozel Point Cowl was exhibited in the 2016 Utah Women Artists Exhibition and won the Beatrice Carroll Award of Merit.