Dorothea Lange and Helen Levitt, two fascinating documentary photographers, are reviewed.
In our March 2011 edition John Hughes says studies are as important inside the studio as they are out in the field.
We remember a Utah artist who was a pioneer in backlit art.
Don’t try these painting techniques at home.
An old institution looks to the future.
George Edward Anderson – Utah Pioneer Photographer 1860-1928: Heritage Prints at 15th Street Gallery
A rare opportunity this month to view and purchase Heritage Prints of early Utah photographer George Edward Anderson.
Some art is as concrete as the arranged objects it depicts or as prosaic as the theories it attempts to illustrate. But there is another type of art; one that revels in exploration of meaning and metaphor, its abstracted motifs and iconography lacking clear subjects or narrative purpose. […]
In our March 2011 edition we take a look at three performing arts spaces that also function as visual art spaces.
Tracy Strauss and Brad Slaugh, one of the artist couples featured in Carol Fulton’s article in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, will be showing at the end of March in the Poor Yorick open studio event. In this 15 Bytes Extra, Carol takes a closer look at […]
The Bountiful/Davis Art Center has announced the winners of its 2011 Annual Statewide Competition. 1st Place Erin W. Berrett Five-O oil 2nd Plac Paul Vincent Bernard Tremblings Dry Point on aluminum with oil 3rd Place Marcee Blackerby Nesting […]
Cassandria and John Parsons are a perfect example of the notion that art is a great unifier. They met in an art class -Earl Jones on modern painting – and have now been married 41 years. Careers and family took up most of their time at the beginning […]
Carol Fulton takes a closer look at Karl Pace and Martha Klein, who were one of the couple’s featured in this month’s special feature on artist couples and who will be having an exhibit opening this evening. photos by Bill Fulton “It has never been agonizing or anything […]