Randy Rasmussen’s new 20 foot painting “Woodside” is smaller than what he’s used to working with. As Technical Director for both Plan B Theatre and Kingsbury Hall his usual canvas is the size of a stage, a scale he’s been working with since his days at Jordan High […]
Geoff Wichert reviews Jorge Rojas’ exhibit of wax encased works now up at Mestizo Gallery.
Jared Christensen takes a look inside Heidi Moller Somsen’s studio.
Two Installation Projects Coming to Salt Lake Blend Art and Technology.
Sue Martin talks with Ron Russon about his process on the occasion of his exhibit at Gallery MAR in Park City.
Review of Crooked Creek, the newly published novel by University of Utah professor Maximilian Werner.
On the occasion of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s golden anniversary we sent 15 Bytes writer Dale Thompson down to Cedar City to review a couple of this year’s productions.
“Over the years, I have left everything from brushes, palette, white paint and even a canvas back in the studio in my zeal to get out and paint. It’s really bad too — you get all set up, the scene is great and duh, no palette knives! I […]
If you see encaustic work popping up all over the place this month you probably have Jeff Juhlin to thank.
Geoff Wichert previews Frank McEntire’s reliQUIERIES exhibit, up this month at Nox Contemporary.
For years Jim Williams has been turning every inch of his house into a work of art. For one week a portion of it comes into public view.
Sue Martin talks with three Utah artists working in encaustic in the June edition of 15 Bytes.