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Geoff Wichert

Geoff Wichert has degrees in critical writing and creative nonfiction. He writes about art to settle the arguments going on in his head.

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Hard at Work

We’re hard at work on the April edition of 15 Bytes, crossing our fingers that we’ll get back into our tradition of actually publishing it on the first Wednesday of the month (even if at 11:59 pm). We feel a responsibility to work hard on this project because of all the […]

15 Bytes | Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

The Chosen Place, The Timeless People: Kathleen Peterson & Blanche Wilson @ Phillips Gallery

[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”700″ album=”697″] It’s hard to imagine how two bodies of work by two established artists, each making original and mature art and each working at the top of her form, could look more comfortable together than these two. When artists show together they sometimes divide the […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

New Approaches to Utah Standards: Kathleen Peterson and Brian Kershisnik at the CUAC

  “Why are the people in Brian Kershisnik’s paintings so ugly?” This question from a visitor to the Central Utah Art Center’s just-concluded exhibit of recent paintings by Kathleen Peterson and Brian Kershisnik sent the director, Adam Bateman, and me searching for an answer. It wouldn’t help to point out that beauty […]