A painting by Utah artist Aaron Bushnell made it on to the cover of Southwest Art’s September 2011 edition. His “Carbon Monoxide Icicles” won first place in the magazine’s 21 under 31 feature. You may remember Bushnell from our 35 x 35 exhibit in 2009. You can watch our video interview with the artist, recorded at that time, here.
Gregory Stocks, another Utah landscape artist, garnered a feature article all to himself.
“At his home in Salt Lake City, Stocks works in a separate studio behind his house. There he plies his craftsmanship to create paintings that evoke the warmth and atmosphere of nature as he interprets it. His compositions are drawn from the kaleidoscope of images gathered on his many road trips around the West—sweeping vistas and individual landscape features, light and shadows, myriad elements that have caught his eye—all reassembled to read from his own unique perspective…”
And Cache Valley wildlife artist Chad Poppleton is also featured in this month’s issue of the magazine.
Chad Poppleton: Big Game Savvy
Below you’ll find some mixed media articles that appeared this past week from closer to home. As always our monthly edition of 15 Bytes will feature a month-long mixed media wrapup.
Utah artist looks to top last year’s bug with gigantic scorpion vehicle.http://www.ksl.com/?sid=16881332&nid=148
Quilt Crazy: Just because it’s art doesn’t mean it can’t be cuddly.
New artists welcomed by Kimball Art Center : ‘In-Between’ exhibit artists to attend gallery stroll.
Artists hijack book publishing machine for creative ends
There’s something in the way she airbrushes the Beatles
Exotics and Fine Art: Event to feature two galleries and chamber music
Event to feature two galleries and chamber music
WVC exhibit portrays 99 names of God from Quran. The Utah Cultural Celebration Center will open an exhibit on Sept. 1 representing the 99 most beautiful names of God found throughout the Quran — sculpted in glass.
Utah artist paints to heal others as he heals himself.
Categories: Mixed Media