Many years ago, when my larger-than-life uncle drove from his home in Florida to Salt Lake City he arrived at my parents’ house and bellowed, “What a godforsaken place you live in!” Which was shocking to me since I had always considered my homeland one of the most […]
received her B.A. in Psychology from Lewis and Clark College, and Masters in both Social Services and Law and Social Policy from Bryn Mawr College. She is an award-winning quilt artist and the Executive Director for Art Access.
An exhibit at UVU’s Woodbury Museum takes graffiti artists off the streets and into the museum.
An old institution looks to the future.
photos by Zoe Rodriguez Finding Leslie Thomas in her studio is akin to looking for Waldo in a rabbit warren. She and her artist husband, Mark Knudsen, are nestled in a back corner of the maze of studios, galleries, classrooms and frame shops cobbled together from three old […]
It turns out that it’s pretty hard to get into prison if you don’t commit a crime and you want to take a pen and pad of paper with you. After of month of bureaucratic phone calls, background checks and a letter to the warden’s office, these are […]
photos by Gerry Johnson Step through the doors of the recently opened 15th Street Gallery, in Salt Lake’s Sugarhouse neighborhood, and you’ll immediately feel transported to New York or the chic shops of Las Vegas. Sleek, minimalist décor is present throughout, complete with track lighting and white walls, […]