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Utah Art for the Silicon Slopes: Adobe's new project creates a rotating exhibition of Utah artists

Utah Art for the Silicon Slopes: Adobe’s new project creates a rotating exhibition of Utah artists

“We’re used to trying new things out and learning what works,” says Jeremy Macdonald, Regional Site Operations Manager at Adobe in Lehi. So when the company’s “Utah Artists & Adobe” initiative was launched this year, Macdonald knew they would be learning from the experience and tweaking the project. Version 1.0 opened Jan. 15 at the...

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Arrowhead Gallery ETC Shakes Up Downtown St. George's Art Scene

Arrowhead Gallery ETC Shakes Up Downtown St. George’s Art Scene

Brought forth through months of hard work by the Southern Utah Art Guild, the Arrowhead Gallery ETC is a vibrant new addition to the pedestrian-friendly array of galleries in St. George’s flourishing arts district. “It’s going to be a fun venture for the artists and the community,” SUAG board member Michael Zabriskie says. The gallery...

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Mart Becomes Art: Terence K. Stephens' Art270 Gallery on Salt Lake's Main Street

Mart Becomes Art: Terence K. Stephens’ Art270 Gallery on Salt Lake’s Main Street

It took a lot of moxie to even consider turning AJ’s Kwik Mart into a decent art gallery, but Terence K. Stephens has done just that – even creating a “nice urban lofty kind of thing,” as he describes his elegant upstairs quarters, to reside in with his dog, Cougie. And he did all the...

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Elizabeth Robbins and Shanna Kunz of Bella Muse

Elizabeth Robbins and Shanna Kunz of Bella Muse

“The two local girls from Bella Muse” — as Ogden artists Shanna Kunz and Elizabeth Robbins describe themselves — are taking their art uptown, to the Eccles Community Art Center’s main gallery, for the month of December. A reception for the artists is Friday, December 4. Kunz, who grew up in Ogden, sees this exhibit...

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Meyer Gallery Celebrates 50 Years

Meyer Gallery Celebrates 50 Years

by Andrea Wall   When gallery director Susan Meyer tells you Meyer Gallery is celebrating its golden anniversary, it’s hard to believe. Fifty years ago, the ski resort designed to rejuvenate what was a declining mining town was barely a year old, tourists were only beginning to trickle in and rundown wood cabins dotted the...

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David Dee Fine Arts in Sugarhouse

David Dee Fine Arts in Sugarhouse

by Donna L. Poulton In October, 2014, David Dee quietly opened David Dee Fine Arts. True to his personality, the vision for the gallery is understated, deliberate and impeccable. The gallery, small but fine, is not glitzy and has no street presence. But the beauty and brilliance lie within. Carefully curated, the paintings have been...

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Bountiful Now: Howa Gallery adds a new exhibition space to Salt Lake's neighbor to the north

Bountiful Now: Howa Gallery adds a new exhibition space to Salt Lake’s neighbor to the north

  Thomas J. Howa’s recently opened gallery is intimate, eclectic and a lot of fun.  That’s not to say he doesn’t have a roster of some of Utah’s most well-respected artists. And he’s tossed in several lesser-known painters, like Sierra Dickey and Tyler Swain, graduates from USU with bachelor’s degrees in fine arts. “Both are...

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New Home in an Old Building: The BDAC finds a space back in Bountiful

New Home in an Old Building: The BDAC finds a space back in Bountiful

After two years of operating out of a temporary home in Farmington, the Bountiful Davis Art Center (BDAC) has returned to Bountiful’s Main Street, inaugurating their exciting new space on the corner of 100 North with their annual statewide exhibition and a piano marathon. In 2013, the BDAC moved to the Memorial Courthouse in Farmington...

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God Hates Robots: Opening exhibition of a gallery 15 years in the making

God Hates Robots: Opening exhibition of a gallery 15 years in the making

Back at the turn of the millennium, Shon Taylor and Ray Chiles were looking to make something out of the technologies then evolving all around them. They could see how the advent of the computer was creating a new approach to graphic arts, but so could a whole lot of aspiring artists, so they knew...

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Whitespace Closes, Howa Gallery to Open

Whitespace Closes, Howa Gallery to Open

One gallery has closed in northern Utah, but another is opening. Ogden’s Whitespace Contemporary held its last show March 27 at 2420 Wall Ave., featuring the work of Collin Noortmann Chandler – three artists showing under a single name. After almost two years in operation, Scott Patria announced that the venue for contemporary art in...

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St. George's Split Rock Gallery

St. George’s Split Rock Gallery

This gallery is always in shift because if I weren't able to bring in elements and things I love and we love as a group, I'd be bored and our clients would be bored.

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Cedar City's Gallery Gala

Cedar City’s Gallery Gala

In March of this year ground was broken for the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts on the campus of Southern Utah University. Adorned with a tree-lined walkway and sculpture gardens, the center will serve as home to the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s new outdoor theatre as well as its new studio theatre, an artistic/production...

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Lil' Gallery: The Littlest Arthouse in Utah

Lil’ Gallery: The Littlest Arthouse in Utah

Measuring just 8 x 8 feet, The Lil’ Gallery may be the smallest exhibition space in town. The brainchild of Marcela Torres, a student at the University of Utah with a double major in Sculpture and Art History, the shed-cum-gallery has been outdoors at the Art Building on the University of Utah campus since March...

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Modern West Fine Art

Modern West Fine Art

Diane Stewart and Donna Poulton sustain that Utah’s history is a rich palette by which to draw multiple artistic perspectives. By in large, Utah is excluded from the various hubs of Western art in the surrounding states of New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado. As such, Mountain West Fine Art attempts to include Utah within this...

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Williams Fine Art in their new space

Williams Fine Art in their new space

(please note: Williams Fine Art at 641 East South Temple has changed its name to Alderwood Fine Art. Clayton Williams now operates Williams Fine Art at 132 E Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84103 | 801-712-7577 – www.williamsfineart.com)   Hopping locations is difficult, tedious, and time consuming. Although it can suck the life right out of...

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