A review of Georgia and Rob Buchert’s sound installation at BYU’s Gallery 303.
Ehren Clark studied art history at both the University of Utah and the University of Reading in the UK. He is now a professional writer living in Salt Lake City.
A review of Dave Hall and John Collins’ exhibit of landscapes, now up at Williams Fine Art.
You stand in the center of four large screens. Angled to surround you, each screen offers a different perspective of a rocky desert landscape. From a single perspective of rock emerge, one by one, four women dressed in old-west, 19th century-costume: a spirited, blue-clad pioneer, a fierce cowgirl, […]
“In Deficient, his current exhibit at Nox Contemporary, Tyler Spurgeon presents a series of semi-abstract paintings that probes the question of “who or what determines an individual’s value” in relation to a “societally imposed sense of inadequacy,” and does so in a frank and compelling way that challenges […]
“. . . The paintings Lake is working on now are angry pieces, far removed from the dainty teacups and colorful landscapes for which he is known. In a series of shocking symbolic narrative works, ones he knows will offend, he is dealing with his lifetime as a […]
Exhibition Review: Provo New Frontiers The Early Southwestern Art at BYU’s MoA by Ehren Clark . . . These artists, having been educated in European schools, incorporated Modernist techniques, offering varied, fantastical, whimsical and sublime interpretations of their subjects that today’s artist cannot quite replicate . . . […]
. . . 2: In life we have to play different roles, from this time to this time they are this person, and from this time to this time they are this person so hopefully when they come to the show they will see this side and it […]
Scene from Provo: Mike John Kelly’s “Re-Mix” At Mode Boutique Through the End of April by Ehren Clark One might call Mike John Kelly a Post-neo-conceptualist-abstract-expressionist. Kelly’s multidimensional abstract canvases are explorations of his personal philosophy, learning and experience and are a road to self-discovery.At 33, the Salt […]
An interview with Ryan Neely If the past two months is any indication, it may be safe to say that Provo is undergoing an artistic renaissance. Like Salt Lake City and major communities across the country, Provo holds a monthly Gallery Gtroll, an event that helps galvanize participation […]
White, the Unseen Spectrum of Life @ Nobrow Coffee through January 15 White. Pure, innocent, cleansing, good, virtuous, virgin, whole, positive, light, new, reviving, awakening. White is the fullness of the spectrum of color, the element we do not see in the vicissitudes of the rainbow, in the […]
With so many artists and so many mediums in today’s art world, to make it an artist needs to find big shoes and have feet large enough to fill them. A young artist is hard pressed to find his or her way through artistic channels to actually become […]