UTAH'S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001
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2002
Pam O'Mara's Vision Brings Together the Artists' Community of Utah

Pam O’Mara’s Vision Brings Together the Artists’ Community of Utah

by Shawn Rossiter photos by Steve Coray On February 9, 2000, Pamela O’Mara had an epiphany. A vision, if you will. Two years later, the walls of her new gallery in downtown Salt Lake City can barely contain the excitement she feels for what she has created. Now that her original vision has become a...

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The Nature of Abstraction at BDAC

The Nature of Abstraction at BDAC

by Kasey Boone Little Utah vocabulary lesson: To describe art you have three choices: art is either realistic, impressionistic, or abstract. So, if it doesn’t look like a photograph, and is not a little-landscape-with-pretty- brushstrokes, then it must be abstract. At least that’s what I gather from Bountiful Davis Art Center’s exhibition The Nature of...

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David Ericson Gallery's New Home

David Ericson Gallery’s New Home

by Aaron Moffett If it were not for a failed business venture in the early Seventies, Salt Lake City would not have one of its premier galleries. It was after two-and-a-half years at the construction business and a business venture gone badly that Dave Ericson opened Gallery 56 in Salt Lake City in the late...

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ART ON THE HILL: THE 2002 UTAH LEGISLATURE AND THE VISUAL ARTS

ART ON THE HILL: THE 2002 UTAH LEGISLATURE AND THE VISUAL ARTS

The Utah Legislature will be in session during January and March of 2002, with a break for the Olympics. The following articles are designed to inform the public about issues that will be addressed during the 2002 Legislative session which affect the visual arts community. The opinions expressed are those of the writer and not...

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