Because of our two features on public art in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, we’ve been keeping our eyes out for art in the public eye . . . The Utah Museum of Fine Arts recently added a sculptural landmark to Salt Lake’s east bench when they […]
In Plain Site
With our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable art, both official and street art, throughout the state of Utah.
In Utah’s Dixie a unique piece of public art was recently installed by artist Edward Hlavka. “The Mustangs” features five equestrian statues that encircle the Snow Canyon Roundabout in Ivins, Utah. The five mustangs, one featuring a rider, are placed around the large rocks in the center of […]
Provo is getting serious about art in its downtown. This summer, the Provo Downtown Business Alliance announced the unveiling of 14 new sculptures in the downtown area. On Aug. 11, the Business Alliance announced the commissioning of a new 75-foot mural to grace the walls of Bingham Cyclery. […]
Public art is usually thought of as the art installed or commissioned in conjunction with a public building such as government offices, a hospital or a university. But there is a whole different type of “public” art, equally visible to the public, but the property and project […]