We remember the recently deceased sculptor Ursula Brodauf.
We remember a Utah artist who was a pioneer in backlit art.
(This posting by Frank McEntire is excerpted from his article, “Kenvin Lyman: Jammin’ Over the Rainbow,” coming in the March issue of 15 Bytes and on his website at www.frankmcentire.com) Art is the honey of human experience gathered on the wings of sacrifice and hard work. ~ Kenvin […]
Gaell Lindstrom, well-known Utah artist and teacher, passed away yesterday at the age of 90. Born Gale William Lindstrom in Salt Lake in 1919, the artist studied under LeConte Stewart at the University of Utah and earned an M.F.A. degree at the California College of Arts and Crafts. […]
Recalling Andrew Wyeth by Geoff Wichert Michael Kimmelman, writing in the New York Times, had this to say about Andrew Wyeth, who died in his sleep earlier today (Friday, January 16th): “Andrew Wyeth, one of the most popular and also most lambasted artists in the history of American […]
The Conscious Awakening of Dreams In Memoriam Tom Mulder Losing someone is never easy, and cleaning up what they left behind can be a daunting and melancholy task. In the fall of 2008 a group of local artists at Captain Captain Studios began to talk of putting on […]
Earl Denet was in an automobile accident earlier today in South Jordan and did not survive. A Hopi and resident of Riverton, was well-known for his kachina dolls, figures carved from the roots of the cottonwood tree and given as gifts to young Hopi girls so they too can learn […]
In our April 2008 edition of 15 Bytes we featured a remembrance of the late Bill Seifrit. Because a number of you have written us to thank us for the post and to share your own memories of Bill, we have decided to open this post as a […]
Bevan Chipman, a friend to many of us at 15 Bytes and a champion of the visual arts in Utah, died Saturday after a long struggle with prostate cancer. You can view some of his paintings at his website. Read about his role as a collector here and as […]
Many are aware of classical art, but most are unaware of the fullness of the tradition, whose elements are so fundamental to the basic structure of painting, sculpture, and architecture. It was a tradition that had its genesis with the Greeks, the Romans, subsequently the Renaissance revival, and […]
Ann Poore has been a writer, editor and art critic in Utah for many years. She was also a personal friend of Salt Lake City artist Lee Deffebach, who passed away last year. In recognition of the exhibition of Deffebach’s work at Phillips Gallery this month, as well […]
by Ruth Lubbers [slideShowProSC width=”500″ height=”500″ album=”503″] All of us who love the arts community have recently gone through a spate of devastating losses with the deaths of Robert Olpin, Lee Deffebach, Ed Maryon and Brent Gehring. On March 6, we also lost a self-effacing but important figure […]