Phillip Thum is an abstract painter living in Southern Utah. Phil Thum Artist Studio, LaVerkin, UtahVisitors By appointment only prefer weekends. Need 12 hour notice.435 215 4490 firstname.lastname@example.org [portfolio_slideshow] 15 Bytes
Gia Throndsen-Whitlock uses paint, paper and beeswax (encaustic) to explore designs found in nature, cities, and towns. “My aim is to turn colors, shapes and textures into images that contain both representational and abstract elements.”
Sheryl Thornton lives in the Salt Lake Valley. She is an award-winning figurative and landscape painter who works in oil and watercolor.
Leslie Thomas is a Utah native and painter of the Western landscape. She maintains a studio at the Artspace City Center. [portfolio_slideshow] 15 Bytes
Karl Thomas Widely acclaimed for his plein air compositions of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, The Grand Tetons of Wyoming and Wasatch Mountains near his Utah home, Karl has been represented by major galleries from California to New York.
As young student Brenda Thomas pursued an art curriculum at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, the University of Hawaii, and Long Beach State University. She enjoyed success with her large representational and abstract oil paintings, as well as her drawings. Children, a career in clothing design, and a life […]
Chris Terry is a professor of art at Utah State University who specializes in interior paintings that emphasize color and light.
Judy Taylor received a B.F.A. from the University of Illinois before moving to the San Fransisco area to work as an illustrator and fine artist. She now lives in Park City where she works in watercolor and manages her gallery.
Szuchay is a Salt Lake city painter uniquely influenced by the aesthetics of the Jazz Age.
Susan Swartz is a Park City artist. She was commissioned to do a number of paintings for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Jennifer Marie Suflita is known for her closely-cropped personal portraits. She explores human emotions and relationships through variations in size and color. 15 Bytes
Serena Supplee The inspiration for Serena Supplee’s work comes from living with the elemental forces of the magnificent Colorado Plateau. She captures the powerful ebb and flow of Nature in her art and those who experience her work can link to that inspiration, power and rhythm. 15 Bytes