Cein Watson and Joe McVetty III’s exhibit To Leave and Never Return is on view at Kayo Gallery in Salt Lake City through May 15. The artists were once students together at the Maine College of Art; Cein now lives in Salt Lake and is a triple major in philosophy, […]
Jim Frazer, originally from Atlanta, is a Salt Lake City-based artist.
Artscience: Creativity in the post-Google Generation by David Edwards I really want to like Artscience. I am totally in agreement with its premise that artists and scientists can benefit by immersing themselves in the other’s discipline. The author David Edwards, a biomedical engineering professor at Harvard, is obviously […]
Laurel Casjens is an unabashed tourist. The photographs in her exhibit at Finch Lane Gallery are, for the most part, landscapes or architectural subjects, but they were not taken with the calculated precision which characterizes most landscape or architectural photographers. Instead, the images were all taken on the move, […]
Christine Baczek started photographing when she was thirteen and living in South America. After her family moved back to Salt Lake City, she studied photography at the University of Utah. She is now education coordinator at the Kimball Art Center and collections photographer for the Utah Museum of […]
Kathleen “K” Stevenson, faculty member at Weber State University, and Jackie Brethen, who teaches at Utah Valley State College, are exhibiting mixed-media work at Finch Lane Gallery. The exhibits are connected in that they both seem to be about fragile states, about things about which we cannot be sure, about […]