“Cows in Feedlot” by Mark Crenshaw Do we really know where our food comes from? How it grows? If it’s really nutritious? Unless we grow all of our own vegetables, spices, and raise our own livestock, we cannot know for sure. In his new exhibit the Edible Landscape – now […]
Hannah Sandorf Davis
Hannah Sandorf Davis graduated with a degree in art history with a minor in visual arts from Brigham Young University.
Backdrop for Utah Regional Ballet’s production of Snow White, by Cassandra Barney. Painter Cassandra Christensen Barney has plenty of experience coming up with costumes and set designs for the characters in her paintings — whimsical females in period dresses, often surrounded by a menagerie of flora and fauna. […]
Annie Poon’s short film The Split House depicts and reconciles her personal struggle with bipolar disorder. The title comes both from the separated emotional nature that Poon experienced in the treatment of her condition, and the location of Split, Croatia, where she served as a missionary for The Church of […]
No one is as greatly affected by the violence of war as children. The most vulnerable population, children absorb the physical, emotional and psychological traumas of war in unique ways. Brian McCarty’s exhibit WAR-TOYS: Israel, West Bank, and Gaza Strip, at the Woodbury Art Museum through March 16th, approaches […]