What do a rusty sewer grate, “Llama Crossing” street sign, rabbit, and a metal screen door have in common? On the surface, not much. Aside from the llama-crossing sign, these are all ordinary things anyone might see in a neighborhood or while out for a drive in the country. Perhaps even within a three-mile radius. Such is the inspiration behind Three-Mile Radius, an exhibit of words and paint currently on display at the Springville Art Museum. The exhibit features the talents of husband and wife duo Lance and Jacqui (Biggs) Larsen, highlighting the manifold local inspirations waiting for discovery on the next street corner . . .
Read our review in the July 2016 edition of 15 Bytes.
Ruth Christensen writes full time for Imagine Learning, an education-based software company in Provo. She also works as a freelance writer, musician, and teacher after having taught vocal music for many years at BYU, UVU, and SUU.