A look at the pottery studio at the Peterson Art Center, where William James spins his fantastical lamps and jars inspired by the mysteries of the Ocean.
In this month’s edition we visit the studio of Pleasant Grove sculptor Blair Buswell.
What do you do with a shipping container plopped into the middle of an aspen grove? Turn it into a studio.
Jared Christensen takes a look inside Heidi Moller Somsen’s studio.
Like many young artists Chris Thornock started his painting career working out of a studio complex — the original Poor Yorick’s, first in the Marmalade district, and later at the 700 South location. But wanting more convenient access and in an attempt to save money, Thornock built his own […]
a photo essay by Kelly Green Like many people who study art in college Lloyd Platt went on to do something a little more practical for a living. After graduating with a BFA from the University of Utah Platt earned a Masters of Architecture and ran a successful […]
Dan Toone has spent most of his days doing metal work and welding in the food and dairy industry. In his free-time, he welds his own artistic creations, some of them out of scrap materials from his day job, in the studio he and his son built in […]
by Kelly Green Walk into a painter’s studio and it’s all about color: on the palette, on the canvases, dripped on the floor and spilled in every corner. A sculptor’s studio, on the other hand, is all about line. The colors tend to be muted when not completely […]
a photo essay by Kelly Green Considering her given name, one might find it ironic that Colour Maisch’s studio is full of pale hues. A touch of peeling red paint, or the bright packaging of an aging commercial product stand out amidst the mounds of clay, tufts of hair, concrete […]
a photo essay by Zoe Rodriguez Glass artist Dan Cummings has been running Spectrum Studios since 1994. During that time he says he has seen more than 40 artists come and go. In the South Salt Lake space each artist has their own corner where they can work […]
a photo essay by Simon Blundell Provo artist Ryan S. Brown maintains his workspace in the Coleman Studios building along Provo’s University Avenue (117 N. University Avenue). The large studio features wood floors, brick walls, a sitting area, and plenty of light. Here Brown instructs students enrolled in […]
Pat Denner is Salt Lake’s hidden legend. You’ve probably passed by his building on Broadway, but never bothered to venture into his gallery/studio space, stacked with portraits, pinups, and cartoons. Denner designed the original Colonel Sanders KFC, The Vegas Vic cowboy sign, Wendover Will, and many other signs […]