In anticipation of his upcoming exhibit at Phillips Gallery, Sue Martin talks to John Erickson about his process.
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 […]
If you see encaustic work popping up all over the place this month you probably have Jeff Juhlin to thank.
A profile of the artist on the occasion of her exhibit at Finch Lane Gallery.
Our Artist Profile this month is Salt Lake’s Jared Steffensen, who is showing at Nox Contemporary.
Another look at one of the artist couples feature in our February edition, saved for this week to coincide with Mark Knudsen’s exhibit at Phillips Gallery.
In our March 2011 edition of 15 Bytes Carol Fulton sits down with Patrice Showers Corneli, a professional biologist and committed artist showing this month at Gallery UAF.
Tracy Strauss and Brad Slaugh, one of the artist couples featured in Carol Fulton’s article in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, will be showing at the end of March in the Poor Yorick open studio event. In this 15 Bytes Extra, Carol takes a closer look at […]
Cassandria and John Parsons are a perfect example of the notion that art is a great unifier. They met in an art class -Earl Jones on modern painting – and have now been married 41 years. Careers and family took up most of their time at the beginning […]
Carol Fulton takes a closer look at Karl Pace and Martha Klein, who were one of the couple’s featured in this month’s special feature on artist couples and who will be having an exhibit opening this evening. photos by Bill Fulton “It has never been agonizing or anything […]
In this 15 Bytes Extra Carol Fulton takes another look at Nick and Erin Potter, one of the couples featured in the Artist Couples article in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes. The couple has work in two group shows that open this month. Nick and Erin Potter: […]
When Carol Fulton met her husband Bill, who helped photograph the couples in the feature she wrote for us this month, their interest in art was relatively dormant: she owned a few works of art, and he had once gone through Betty Edwards’ Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. Twenty-three years later, though, the couple says that art is the cement that holds their relationship together.