Patrice Corneli creates small (4×6″ to 24×28″) works on Arches or Canson paper, torn paper and torn canvas. She combines watercolor, gouache, soft pastel, graphite and conté crayon. Some loosely represent landscapes; others are truly abstract but suggest the natural world. [portfolio_slideshow] 15 Bytes
Ginny Coombs is a well-known pastel artist specializing in scenes of children at play and wonderful animals.
Brandon Cook lives in Ogden where he uses the Utah landscape as a catalyst to explore the technical and visual possibilities of paint.
Bonnie Cook paints wildlife and landscapes in acrylics. 15 Bytes
is an award winning oil painter who portrays western, Native American and rural heritage, including figurative, landscape, and animal subjects. Bonnie paints from Windance Studio in St. George, UT.
Suzanne Conine Drawn to the red rock country of southern Utah, Suzanne arrived from Alaska in 1973 and never looked back. Love of this landscape inspires her work and teaches her many lessons about beauty, color and the rhythm of form.
Claudia Coberly is a Park City artist with a MFA from the University of Utah who uses mixed media to create playful and intriguing semi-abstract works. 15 Bytes
Rob Colvin resides in Morgan, Utah. His paintings depict the form, scale and patterns of the land. 15 Bytes
Nicholas Coleman, of Provo Utah, grew up in the artistic environment of his father, Michael Coleman. He has been painting professionally since 2000, has traveled widely and enjoys depicting scenes of wildlife and the American West. 15 Bytes
Van Chu is a Vietnamese artist who came to the United States in 2001. He got his MFA from the University of Utah in 2010 in Digital Imaging/Photography. His works have been in exhibitions across the country from Los Angeles to New York City, juried by such curators […]
Wendy Chidester is an award-winning Salt Lake City artist who looks for old, worn objects as inspiration for her still-life paintings. She graduated in 1988 with a BFA from the University of Utah and more recently has been a resident artist at the Helper Workshops in Helper, Utah.
David Chaplin is a Park City artist whose colorful paintings depict bicyclists, Scottish pubs, and yellow-slickered cowboys. 15 Bytes article 15 Bytes