[portfolio_slideshow] Website www.lenkakonopasek.com 15 Bytes Articles Artist Profile: Salt Lake City The Ecclecticism of Lenka Konopasek by Laura Durham/ photos by Steve Coray When artists from other countries work in Utah (which, despite some protests to the contrary, is hardly a melting pot) they are often labeled as […]
Shanna Kunz lives in Roy where her tonalist oils and watercolors depict the disappearing rural landscape.
Beth Krensky is a University of Utah professor, community activist and sculptor. 15 Bytes Profile 15 Bytes
Mark Knudsen, a Utah native, worked for three decades as an illustrator, designer and writer for the Salt Lake Tribune before devoting himself full-time to his art. [portfolio_slideshow] 15 Bytes
Martha Klein has lived in Utah for over 25 years. After many years as a textile artist she now concentrates on printmaking. [portfolio_slideshow] 15 Bytes
Victor Kirton is a self-taught artist who lives in Cottonwood Heights. “My art is a celebration of light and the dreams it inspires. It is amazing how light and color can influence perception.”
Bio Susan Kirby is a self-taught visionary painter. She was born in Salt Lake City. She has lived in Greenwich, Connecticut; Paris, France; San Francisco, California; and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. While attending cooking school in Paris, she discovered herself as an artist. Years later, in 1985, a dream told […]
Wayne Kimball is a Utah county printmaker who uses crayon tones and tusche washes on slabs of Bavarian limestone or plates of grained aluminum.
Vijay N. Kharkar is a native of India who presently lives in Bountiful. He works in a variety of media but since 1997 has concentrated on glass engravings.
Brian Kershisnik is a nationally renowned oil painter who lives in Kanosh, Utah. His textured work often concentrates on fanciful figures in a landscape.
Linda Kent lives in St. George and specializes in figurative, southwest and horse paintings in oil.
Bepe Kafka says “Got my MFA (Penn) but hated New York. Raised my child. Moved to Utah and got serious about painting again, landscapes. Who wouldn’t.