In our November 2009 edition of 15 Bytes Annabelle Numaguchi profiles Moab artist Jonathan Frank.
Artist Profile of Ogden artist Meri DeCaria.
Katerskille Cove by Ryan S. Brown This month the Springville Museum of Art presents the work of the Hudson River Fellowship, a group of artists devoted to investigating the nature of landscape by revisiting the 150-year-old artistic tradition of the Hudson River School. The exhibit, which includes work by Utah painter Ryan […]
With the start of the month this week many of you may have been looking — unsuccessfully — for your 15 Bytes. But since the first Wednesday (our normal publication date) falls on the 7th this month, the October edition will not be out until next week. While […]
a photo essay by Shalee Cooper Dennis Mecham is one of Utah’s most prominent photographers. His space on Pierpont functions as photography studio, work space, and fine art gallery. Mecham is one of the original occupants of the studios at Pierpont and remained there when many tenants, fearing […]
Artist Profile of Salt Lake artist Joey Behrens.
a photo essay by Van Chu A flash of purple or blue stands out against the beige paint, wood pannelling and ubiquitous clay in Cristin Zimmer’s studio space at the University of Utah. Zimmer, who is working towards an MFA, has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art […]
“Applicants for Admission to a Casual Ward” by Sir Samuel Luke Fildes, 1874 The complexity and rich magnificence of Victorian art comes to the fore at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art’s exhibition of works from the collection of British entrepreneur Thomas Holloway. Amassed between 1881 and 1883 to […]
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. […]
Ever since the Cubists first started gluing real-life materials, like newspapers, onto their two-dimensional representations of the same materials, collage has become an increasingly dominant art practice. Throughout the 20th century, in movements like Dada, Arte Povera, Fluxus, the post-painterly Abstractionsists and Pop art, collage played an important […]
by Analisa Coats Bacall Painting’s simultaneous appeal to both opticality and tactility is the source of the medium’s seductiveness, it might be wagered. This duality is also the most absorbing aspect of I’ll Pretend Not to Hate You, a prodigious new series of paintings from Zane Lancaster on display at Art […]
The best religious art of any time, like the important work in any subject matter, challenges its audience. The naked, physically powerful saints of Michelangelo shocked the Renaissance congregation, while the 1st to 2nd century transformation of Jesus from bearded elder teacher to youthful shepherd helped the early […]