Artist Profile: Salt Lake Blue Notes Rest assured that Blue Critchfield is not splegiarizing . . . whatever that means by Tiffini Porter Widlanksy | photos by James Stoddard . . . “When I look at a piece of art,” Blue explains, “I think, ok, so what is […]
Artist Profile of Salt Lake City artist Blue Critchfield in the March 2009 edition of 15 Bytes.
Art Since 1960: Selections from the UMFA’s Permanent Collection by Ehren Clark With many under more of a strain balancing the budget this holiday season, it may seem superfluous to part with depleting dollars for non-essentials. However, for some good R+R from worries plaguing us all, a sacrifice of […]
Colleen Howe:Total Immersion Crossing Over from Pastel to Oil by Curt Hawkins “I’m going back to using oils. Totally immersing myself. It is how I’ve always approached my art. I don’t know any other way to go about it,” says Colleen Howe, a Salt Lake City artist best-known […]
Artist Profile: Salt Lake Life Assembled The Art of Marcee Blackerby by Geoff Wichert No one really knows what makes a person become an artist; talent apparently can sprout in almost any circumstances. Then again, if the seed thrives, it may well feel possible to discern how […]
An audio interview with painter John O’Connell on the occasion of his May 2008 exhibit Image/Object at Salt Lake’s A Gallery.
By Kimberly Rock Vividly present in the current moment, Steve Songer creates pieces indicative of his positive intensity. By means mysterious, even to himself, Songer channels his palpable freshness and immediacy into his widely-sought works, invigorating every subject he portrays. “I have a theory that there’s live paint […]
Jason Metcalf With so many artists and so many mediums in today’s art world, to make it an artist needs to find big shoes and have feet large enough to fill them. A young artist is hard pressed to find his or her way through artistic channels to […]
A profile of Utah artist Eva Jorgensen.
Profile of Salt Lake City artist Jim Frazer.
A profile of Utah watercolor artist Roland Lee.
Christine Baczek started photographing when she was thirteen and living in South America. After her family moved back to Salt Lake City, she studied photography at the University of Utah. She is now education coordinator at the Kimball Art Center and collections photographer for the Utah Museum of […]