Today, it’s easy for even the average, low-tech, untrained person to take a nice photograph. With a point-and-shoot digital camera. With a telephone. With an iPad. So, why in the world would professional photographers approach their art in the most challenging ways – using ancient technology, handling stinky […]
Sue Martin holds an M.A. in Theatre and has worked in public relations. As an artist, she works in watercolor, oil, and acrylic to capture Utah landscapes or the beauty of everyday objects in still life.
Scott Blaser, a Utah native now living in London, will bring his paintings and prints back to his home state for an exhibition at Patrick Moore Gallery, November 10 -30.
Sue Martin stops in for pancakes with a group of artists who hold informal gatherings and parking lot critiques, showing this month at 15th Street Gallery.
We love our furry friends. Pedigreed pooch or rescued mutt, feisty feline or handsome horse – pets come in all shapes, sizes, and species, and artists participating in this month’s exhibit at Alpine Art capture pets’ personalities in paint and photography. Read about the exhibit in the June […]
This ever-changing gallery featuring local art may be in its best location yet – well placed to participate in now-monthly Sugarhouse art strolls on second Fridays.
After owning Saans Gallery for nearly a year and a half Jaron Horrocks is finally making the business his own. The name will be changing – to Arete Creative – and so will the format of the business. It’s still all about photography, but now . . . […]
A review of Steven Fawson’s exhibit of portraits of artist friends at the Gallery at Library Square through March 9.
A look at Alpine Art’s upcoming 24 x 24 exhibit, a group exhibition of photographs documenting the first twenty-four hours of 2012.
[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”500″ album=”663″] Karen Horne is an “artist’s artist” if there is such a thing. She has taken all the lessons we try to absorb in the classroom or workshops – like color theory, simplification, gesture drawing, value and form, and the lush handling of paint – […]
Ready to prove that Salt Lake City does have a thriving art scene and that art sales really are turning around, Mark and Sherrie Slusser, have opened the doors to Slusser Gallery in a split-level office-building on 100 South. |1| It’s a brand new business venture for the […]
by Sue Martin “We have great artists in Utah,” declares Lila Abersold, a 16-year veteran of the Utah Arts Council’s Visual Arts Program. And she should know — not only is she the curator of the state’s fine arts collection, she also has the opportunity to travel to […]