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Jeff Juhlin at A Gallery


According to Juhlin the show is called Strata as a way to physically describe the work and imagery in general, the many layers of paint, paper and ink applied on top of one another “in often, but not always, a horizontal, layered configuration.” Metaphorically, “It’s a visual expression of life and its many complex layers of physical and emotional experience. I just don’t attach a recognizable image to it or tell a story.”

Read the review of Jeff Juhlin’s new show in the May 2015 edition of 15 Bytes.

, a graduate of the University of Utah, is a freelance writer and editor who spent most of her career at The Salt Lake Tribune. She also worked for Salt Lake City Weekly and has written for such publications as Utah Business Magazine and Salt Lake Magazine.

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  1. Thanks to Ann Poore. Encaustic rates high on my list, and has been showing up more and more in galleries here and in Park City. I’m excited to see some hints of Juhlin’s work here, both in the photos (though you can’t photograph encaustic’s depth and vivid visuals) and in Ann’s revealing text. After reading this, Jeff Juhlin’s show has moved to the top of my list for Friday’s Gallery Stroll.

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