A review of Georgia and Rob Buchert’s sound installation at BYU’s Gallery 303.
Feast and Fast Jennifer Barton, Sunny Taylor, Carolyn Guild by Shawn Rossiter A lot can go on at the Springville Museum of Art. Sure, the Soviet era realism and impressionism never seems to find its way into storage, and when the annual Spring Salon and the Religious and […]
Chicago artist Tony Fitzpatrick is the type of colorful character that is welcome fodder for arts writers. In an art world overrun with degree-toting professionals who nip and tuck their way into stable careers while dreaming of blue-chip status, Fitzpatrick is a larger-than-life figure more at home in […]
Karen Horne is an “artist’s artist” if there is such a thing. She has taken all the lessons we try to absorb in the classroom or workshops – like color theory, simplification, gesture drawing, value and form, and the lush handling of paint – and demonstrates them […]
A review of Dave Hall and John Collins’ exhibit of landscapes, now up at Williams Fine Art.
“All of my work is essentially an effort to recreate the Mystery in material form,” Hankins says. “My HyperObjects Series is specifically an attempt to accrete a group of unique pieces whose qualities reflect the Mystery for me—multi-dimensional, embedded, arcane, enfolded, enigmatic, patinated, archaic, alchemical, sacred and emergent […]
Wayne Kimball’s current exhibit at the Covey Center for the Arts, Things Put Together By Hand Without Instructions In A Basement, is a realm of broken and ruined antiquity, birds, timepieces, and fragmented body parts. The viewer, left equally without instruction, is invited to piece it altogether, a […]
You stand in the center of four large screens. Angled to surround you, each screen offers a different perspective of a rocky desert landscape. From a single perspective of rock emerge, one by one, four women dressed in Old West, 19th-century costume: a spirited, blue-clad pioneer, a fierce […]
A review of Troy Hunter’s light-enfused photography at uaf gallery.
A review of Joy Nunn’s Passers-by at Art at the Main.
David Linn, whose immaculately rendered monochrome images of figures in states of spiritual struggle and enlightenment are well-known in this state, says the creation of art “requires and elicits self discovery.” One of art’s greatest powers are the surprises and revelations that emerge from the artistic process, he […]
In Reflections on Venus, photographer Zuzanna Audette explores costume and space as they create personal identity.