The Francis H. Zimbeaux Trust has kindly donated a large collection of work by the late Utah artist to help raise funds for Artists of Utah and 15 Bytes. And this Saturday you have the chance to pick some up for yourself, at a price that means you’ll be able to grab one for yourself and one for someone on your list. Most of the works are under $100. We have a collection of large ink and wash works of Park City from the 1960s that are only $50-$75.
It will be at our new office space at the Poor Yorick Studio complex in South Salt Lake. Our office is at 118 West Crystal Avenue, the (appropriately-colored) orange building at the east end of the complex. Inside the complex it is known as A1.
We’ll also have a variety of 15 Bytes t-shirts ($15) and hoodies ($30) available.
Directions: coming off I-80, go south on State Street until 2700 South. Turn right (West) and go two blocks to West Temple. Turn right again (north) and take your second left.
Coming off I-15 and 3300 South, turn left (north) on West Temple. Travel past 2700 South and take the second left.
We accept cash, checks and credit cards.
UTAH’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, Utah.