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Rachel Henriksen at 35×35

The duo of works presented here explores the intricate dance between structure and disruption, creating a visual dialogue about the complexities of human experience through abstract art. Created in 2023, “The Reverse is Also True” represents a monochromatic departure for Provo artist Rachel Henriksen. Since graduating from Brigham […]

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Taylor Wright at 35×35

  In a review of Taylor Wright’s exhibit at Bountiful Davis Art Center in 2021, Geoff Wichert wrote that Wright’s paintings ” create a feeling of super-realism bordering on trompe l’oeil—painting that fools the eye with its optical presence. Like photographs, they invite the viewer to see right […]

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Abigale Palmer at 35×35

A graduate of both the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, Provo artist Abigale Palmer uses bold color to breathe life into her portrait, still life and landscape work. These two landscape-inspired paintings are representative of her response to the variety of landscapes she finds surrounding her […]

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Bianca Velasquez at 35×35

As the title of this work suggests, Bianca Velasquez wanted to be “Easy to Raise.” She wanted to avoid being a difficult child and give her parents another thing to worry about. As an adult, however, Velasquez has returned to her childhood experience and in this work records […]

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Malachi Wilson at 35×35

    Frequent visitors to Finch Lane Gallery, may remember Malachi Wilson’s exhibit here in the Spring of 2023 (see our review) — a “drum machine” timed to the artist’s resting heartbeat, large gel medium transfer prints with embedded texts, a series of unique and ancient objects prepared […]

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Bea Hurd at 35×35

“Deflation of Flesh” by Bea Hurd presents a visually tactile exploration of the intimate relationship between human experiences and the materiality of everyday objects. The use of balloons – objects symbolizing celebration and ephemeral joy – now deflated and repurposed, speaks volumes about the transitory nature of pleasure […]

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Dallin Orr at 35×35

  Dallin Orr is in love with the light and land of Utah. He calls Salt Lake City, his home town, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. His paintings of dramatic light and clouds were inspired by the pandemic. Like many during the pandemic, Orr found […]

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Peter Wiarda at 35×35

  In “AQI 151,” five digital photographs printed on aluminum panels are arranged in a pinwheel shape. The work’s title refers to the U.S.’s Air Quality Index (AQI), in which 151 represents a level of pollution that is unhealthy for everyone. The images, taken along the urban core […]

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Abel Vasquez at 35×35

Abel Vasquez’s “Brain Fog” is an evocative installation that materializes the complex interplay of memory, perception, and the transience of the physical form. The artwork consists of a series of images transferred onto a resin material and made to look like crumpled pieces of paper or delicate pieces […]