photos by Kelly Green Throughout history, advancements in technology have brought about significant changes for the book. In the 15th century the printing presses began making the written word available to the masses and today a person can tote around an entire library on a Kindle. The full […]
This ever-changing gallery featuring local art may be in its best location yet – well placed to participate in now-monthly Sugarhouse art strolls on second Fridays.
Ready to prove that Salt Lake City does have a thriving art scene and that art sales really are turning around, Mark and Sherrie Slusser, have opened the doors to Slusser Gallery in a split-level office-building on 100 South. |1| It’s a brand new business venture for the […]
Carol Fulton takes us on a tour of one of Utah’s most eclectic collections of art and artifacts.
As it is now, downtown SLC’s Fourth South is better known for its automobile traffic than its foot traffic; but as more local restaurants, clubs and galleries open for business along the thoroughfare, certain pockets may become just as congested with pedestrians. The busy stretch between State and […]
“The goal of the space is to expose challenging contemporary art to the Salt Lake City market,” Plewe says about the gallery. “There are some really exciting things happening here right now. Nox Contemporary will build on that momentum.” Watch the video HERE. COMMENT below. 15 BytesUTAH’S ART […]
The Gray Wall Gallery just opened in August and it is already adding some much needed color to Pierpont Avenue. The old hot spot for Gallery Stroll has been looking a little lackluster lately but walking in to Gray Wall gallery will take you back to a time […]
by Lisa B. Huber Just over a year ago, the St. George Art Academy was a random list of wishes in the brains of two St. George natives, Alisha Tolman and Aimee Bonham. Both of these talented women hold Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees–Tolman, in drawing from Utah […]
What started out as a “Livingroom” in Holladay is now a “House” along 400 South in the former L. Lorenz Knife Shop. Although the House Gallery has only occupied its current space for a few months, owner Julie Dunker celebrated the gallery’s one year anniversary in October. As […]
[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”700″ album=”595″] The performing arts have always enjoyed a strong presence in Utah. We see this with the Utah Symphony, Ballet West, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The visual arts are just as prevalent, but maybe not as visible. Yet visual artists have a way of […]
It’s hard to find a frame shop around town that doesn’t secretly want to be a gallery. They may start off with the intention of simply framing art, but somehow, whether through the relationship with their artist clientele or their own passion for art, hosting exhibitions becomes an […]
Every successful business must continuously scan the environment, reassess its performance and goals, and make adjustments as needed. Art galleries, like Utah Artists Hands, are no exception. Owner Pam O’Mara may have found the perfect business reincarnation with the transformation of her gallery space into a half-gallery, half-coffee […]