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.
A look at the 2011 Spring Salon.
Lenka Konopasek brings in some light to the Salt Lake Art Center’s Main Gallery.
Geoff Wichert’s review of the exhibition at the UMFA.
Sheryl Gillilan calls textiles the Cinderella of the arts, but adds that several upcoming exhibitions prove that eventually, even Cinderella has her day.
An interview with painter Brian Hoover on the occasion of his exhibit at Contemporary Design & Art Gallery.
In an exhibit at Salt Lake’s Rio Gallery thirty Utah artists say thank you.
A review of Chad Crane and Zane Lancaster’s “We’ll Have to See Some Credentials” at Kayo Gallery.
While growing up in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park in the 1970’s, future photographer Sedona Callahan often practiced by shooting the murals that decorated her community. She may, or may not, have known she was documenting a significant and fragile historical moment for the […]
A look at House Gallery’s exhibit of Charles Fresquez, which comes down on March 26.
An exhibit at UVU’s Woodbury Museum takes graffiti artists off the streets and into the museum.
Where are you going, Still Life: Charles Becker at the St. George Art Museum and Phillips Gallery’s Brad Overton
Geoff Wichert examines the genre in the hands of Charles Becker, Vincent van Gogh and Brad Overton.