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A Measure of Salt at the Granary Art Center


“It is fascinating to move with these artists through their exploration of salt, and of the lake. The space is reverent, but also, when you get closer, irreverent. There is an exploration of the molecular structure of salt, as well as the vast, sweeping landscape of the lake. There is time, both the present moment, and the past that stretches to the furthest reaches of human imagination. There is the body in the landscape, the body as landscape, the salt as the body. Salt as medium, salt as muse, salt as process…

At the Granary Art Center in Ephraim curator Hikmet Sidney Loe has brought together twenty artists who use salt as an artistic medium. Amie Tullius takes a look in the March 2015 edition of 15 Bytes.

Amie Tullius, moved to Utah after finishing an MFA in Writing at California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2006. She writes fiction, essays, and is also the director of sales at J GO Gallery in Park City.

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