Cresta Johnson Utah artist working in a variety of media including oil, pastel, colored pencil and digital
Susan N. Jarvis is a painter and instructor who maintains a studio in the Sugarhouse area of Salt Lake. She says, “I like to capture the movement of everyday people doing everyday things. I like to paint people who are candidly engaged in the spontaneous activities of life.” […]
Chelsea James, a Salt Lake City painter, says of her work, “I choose objects that evoke childhood memories, create situations of atmospheric mystery, and bring visual interest through interaction. I’m intrigued by subtle shifts in value and color; yet seek a personal interpretation of the objects rather than […]
Paul Jakubowski is a fine artist, illustrator, muralist, and instructor. His paintings and drawings reveal rich life experience and highly developed skills. Paul lives in Park City and is most known for large scale mural work commercial and residential.
Corinne Humphrey Park City artist, Corinne Humphrey’s bold, whimsical paintings portray rescued dog Rudy and his sage canine commentary on life and love featured in the award-winning children’s book, The Tao of Rudy. 15 Bytes
John Hughes is an oil painter who paints en plein air and in the studio.
Frank Huff Jr. has been painting for 25 years and was recently recognized as one of the top 100 Most Honored Artists of Utah. Frank has had numerous one man shows at such locations as the Springville Art Museum and the American Embassy in Paris.
Bio John Huerta, Jr. was born in Ogden, Utah in 1964. Introduced to drawing by his mother, Carol, John studied with several area artists and learned to work in pastel, watercolor and oils. The artist is currently focused on working en plein air, and studio landscapes in oil. John majored in […]
Willamaire Huelskamp says “my work grows out of my love of paint and materials that I work with to create layers of depth and time. It is inspired by my love of the simplicity found in primitive artwork and the art of children.”
Lisa Huber is a SLC watercolorist whose subjects include landscape, animals and antique machinery & vehicles. Mostly self-trained, she has studied with “Pete” Peterson & Jim Schnirel.
Colleen Howe favors the subject of landscape, looking for the most expressive ways to convey the spirit and beauty of open space.
Tom Howard is known for his landscape images of the American West. He says of his paintings, “my paintings are about a fondness for things lost, a celebration of rare gems, and an appreciation for the simple and mundane that goes unobserved.”