Louise Åkebrand was born in Bad Homburg, Germany in 1986 and immigrated to Utah as a teenager where she is currently finishing her BFA in photography at Weber State University. Her work explores spaces of intimacy within the structure of contemporary surveillance. In 2012, Louise was a finalist […]
Matthew Allred’s interest in photography began with a simple science project: building a pinhole camera out of an oatmeal container. “Since then I was hooked. Seeing an image form in the developer after just pulling it straight out of an oatmeal box is unreal. I haven’t ever gotten […]
My work involves nostalgia, much of which is determined by the physical objects that interest me (record players, slide reels, comb & paper kazoos), but is also determined by the medium of dance, something that by its nature passes without appropriate documentation for the experience. Nostalgia generates interest […]
Jan Andrews was born in California but spent her later childhood in Utah. She began the study of anthropology in 1966 at the University of Utah and completed an MA in anthropology in 1971. While there, she taught introductory and laboratory courses during her undergraduate and master’s years. […]
BIO A humanoid located around 40.7500° N, 111.8833° W in a little place called Salt Lake City, Utah. Robert Asay received his BFA with an emphasis in Painting and Drawing from the University of Utah in 2015. He also spent time studying at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in […]
Zuzanna Audette, a native of Warsaw, Poland, graduated with a BFA in Photography from the Pratt Institute and an MFA from the University of Utah in 2007. She works with photographs, prints, and text. A common strand throughout all her work is the presence of narrative and nostalgia. […]
Rett Ashby was wrought with talents such as painting and playing music, and is a master who continues to develop his artistic ability.
Jean Arnold lives in Salt Lake City where she creates mixed-media drawings and paintings of abstract surrealistic urban landscapes. 15 BYTES ARTICLES Jean Arnold Is Up To Something by Jon Erickson September 2002 edition Jean Arnold has been “up to something.” Her transformation from competent observer to a […]
Trent Thursby Alvey creates installations combining sculpture and paintings. Her work is interactive and investigative bringing together art and science in a new dialog. 15 BytesUTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, […]
Scott B. Allred is a native of Spring City, Utah where he paints, specializing in large oil portraits and religious & spiritual art. Listings15 Bytes posts press releases regarding the arts in Utah, including exhibitions, call for entries, job opportunities, workshops, art talks. Send your press releases to […]
Sharon Alderman is a handweaver, author and instructor who specializes in fabrics to wear, upholstery and other interior fabrics and color studies woven of cotton sewing thread. Her work has been shown in competitions and invitational exhibitions all over North America, including the National Museum of Women’s Art […]
Steven Lee Adams is a regionally well-known artist who captures quiet, introspective, semi-tonalist landscapes that urge the viewer to ponder more carefully the world without and within.