Arriving early for my appointment with Cynthia Stott, owner of the Two Sisters Fine Art Gallery in Heber, I pull into the gallery’s parking lot just off Highway 113. The buildings in the area look like a Western town from the 1800s with sidewalks made of wood planks. The gallery […]
Emily Chaney, after graduating in 2002 from the University of Utah with a Fine Arts degree, began writing for 15 Bytes as a way to stay connected to the Utah arts community. She is now the Gallery Manager for the Terzian Galleries on Park City's Main Street.
Having worked in the fashion industry for more than 30 years and keeping a fast-paced lifestyle in the Big Apple, Pam Crowe-Weisberg was ready for a change. Her husband was retiring and the couple desired a place where they could relax -Utah immediately came to mind. It would […]
by Emily Chaney It’s Saturday, March 18th. Leaving my sweats, television, and usual married-Saturday-night at home, I venture onto Park City’s Main Street. Starting at the top of the street and walking down, I end up in front of Chester’s Blacksmith clothing store. The large windows display images […]
Coming from the San Francisco bay area with fifteen years of art experience under her belt, Julie Nester easily saw a niche to fill in Park City when she moved here in April of 2004. Nester wanted to represent artists from major art markets with styles that […]
For podiatrist, Dr. Steven L. Hansen (1913-1997), an appreciation for early Utah art began as his parents began collecting pieces from George Wesley Browning and Paul Fjellboe. In the 1950’s Dr. Hansen established his office in the Judge Building on Main Street in Salt Lake City, Utah. […]
Nestled in a secluded corner of the Heber Valley is Gloria Montgomery’s home. Her studio is located in a large section of the house, an arrangement which she loves for its convenience and seclusion. Warm light filters in from several large windows, creating ideal working conditions. The walls […]