Visual Arts

Utah Visual Arts articles published in 15 Bytes, arranged by category.

Art Lake City | In Plain Site | Visual Arts

Kelsey Harrison and Jason Manley’s Walk Through and Sit-Down with History in “A Path Forward”

If you’ve been to the state Capitol recently, say for marches about the election or Black Lives Matter, you may have spotted a sculptural commemoration of inequality at another time in our history: the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19 th Amendment that gave many women the right to vote […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Kasey Lindley Uses Soft Colors and Draped Canvases to Explore the Human Relationship to Nature and Space

Stepping into the basement of the Finch Lane Gallery this past week was a surreal experience. First, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the gallery is currently open only by appointment, so the whole space was profoundly silent. Second, Kasey Lindley’s exhibit has transformed the industrial environment of the cinder […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

How Do You Review Mountains? Jena Schmidt’s Oil Paintings; Samuel Parker’s 1835 Journal

“There is much in the scenery to admire; mountain rising above mountain, precipice rising above precipice.” — Samuel Parker, Journal of an Exploring Tour: Beyond the Rocky Mountains in 1835  How do you review mountains, or paintings of mountains? Mountains too formidably, completely, contain all opposites: in paintings, every […]