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2012
Layne Mecham at Finch Lane Gallery

Layne Mecham at Finch Lane Gallery

Layne Mecham keeps his eyes to the ground in a new show at Finch Lane Gallery.

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Roland Thompson

Roland Thompson

In his new work, interlocking lines of colored metal, with no other compositional elements, Roland Thompson has gone to the core of his aims and has created pure objects.

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Susan Kirby

Susan Kirby

To walk through the front door of Susan Kirby’s house, Dale Thompson writes, is to see an intimate portrait of Kirby herself: every wall is covered with paintings she’s created, small to large, and each one tells a piece of her story. The “naïve” artist is the subject of a solo exhibition at Patrick Moore Gallery...

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Rio Mesa Center

Rio Mesa Center

The University of Utah's Rio Mesa Center near Moab Utah fosters artistic exploration.

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Corinne Humphrey

Corinne Humphrey

What do you get when you combine an author, professional photographer, teacher, philanthropist, flight attendant, and artist? Corinne Humphrey, the award-winning author and illustrator of two children’s books, with a third in the works. Looking for a great gift idea? One of Humphrey’s books may be just the thing. Read about them in the December...

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Charlotte Boye-Christensen

Charlotte Boye-Christensen

In December, Ririe-Woodbury will be presenting an evening of Charlotte Boye-Christensen's choreography. After an 11-year career with the dance company Boye-Christensen is leaving the company in April.

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Utah's Art City

Utah’s Art City

Walk along the streets of Springville to see why they call it "Art City."

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LeConte Stewart

LeConte Stewart

Ann Poore takes a look at the new definitive work on LeConte Stewart.

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Gentry Blackburn's Uniconic Icons

Gentry Blackburn’s Uniconic Icons

Gentry Blackburn, aka Frosty Darling, returns to her space on Broadway with a series of paintings she calls uniconic icons.

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In Memoriam: Kim Duffin

In Memoriam: Kim Duffin

by Shawn Rossiter Kim Duffin, long-time Assistant Director of the Salt Lake Arts Council, passed away in his sleep this past Sunday, November 4th. The loss that his family and friends must feel is shared by an arts community that will sorely feel his absence. The first time I met Kim, I was a young...

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Battleground States

Battleground States

Visiting the large exhibition in UMOCA’s main gallery, Geoff Wichert says  Battleground States “contributes to a richer understanding of the range of gender possibilities.” But looking at the works on display, he also can’t help but wonder if something is amiss in contemporary art. “I wonder if it’s too much to hope that art will...

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Living Paintings: Maureen O'Hara Ure at Finch Lane

Living Paintings: Maureen O’Hara Ure at Finch Lane

“Relative to a limited few local artists whose work is as exceptionally strong, I find in Ure’s current exhibit the most fascinating, emotional, captivating, entrancing, mesmerizing and generally distinctive work in recent memory. I marvel at her imagination, stand in awe of her skill and patience, and respect her integrity for this body of work...

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From Place to Place: Thinking About Land Art

From Place to Place: Thinking About Land Art

Laura Hurtado explores the idea and reality of Land Art in Los Angeles, Lucin and Wendover.

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Sue Martin: The Places She'll Go

Sue Martin: The Places She’ll Go

Midvale artist Sue Martin has been busy. This past month one of her watercolors won an award at the Utah Watercolor Society’s annual juried members show; another piece was accepted into the University of Utah’s select juried exhibit at Williams Fine Art; and for the recent Salt Lake Gallery Stroll she mounted an exhibit of recent works at...

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Bridge Over Barriers

Bridge Over Barriers

In October 2008 we first reported on Salt Lake’s Bridge Over Barriers, saying the project to transform the underbelly of an I-15 overpass between the Guadalupe and Jackson neighborhoods of Salt Lake into a work of art might take years to complete. Our prediction proved prescient: four years later the 22,000 square foot work of art...

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