. . . Without your help. We only have three more days in our 2007 Spring Fundraiser and we still need to raise $1500 in pledges. Go to http://www.artistsofutah.org/07spfunds.html to see who has donated, if your region has met its goal, and how you can help. We still have […]
Well, what the title said. Sean is a Utah County figurative painter who has been doing well on the national scene. Here’s a photo of his proud daughter showing off the magazine. You can find the magazine at http://www.americanartcollector.com and the artist at http://www.diediker.com .
Over 20 years ago, philosopher and art critic Arthur C. Danto published his seminal essay reinterpreting the Hegelian concept of “the end of art” and introduced his notion of the “post-historical era.” Thirty years prior, another influential philosopher and shaper of aesthetic theory, Theodor Adorno, gave his own […]
We’ve just posted the May 2007 edition of 15 Bytes, the first in our new design, which gives more room to the articles and the underwriters. If you have an old monitor your resolution may be such that you can’t fit the whole thing on your screen horizontally. […]
A profile of Utah watercolor artist Roland Lee.
The May 2007 edition of 15 Bytes features: In This Issue Dave Hall Studio Space | Hadley Rampton | About Us page 2 Roland Lee | Chad Tolley page 3 Comb Ridge Coffee | Promising Women Artists page 4 Templeton Building | Works on Paper page 5 Recently […]
You’ve got to get ’em hooked early on. Here’s a photo of my two kids admiring the Veera Kasicharernvat exhibit at Acces II gallery. My oldest spent the better part of her first year in Chroma Gallery when the Artists of Utah office was in the back there. […]
Elizabeth Matthews invited me over for lunch today. Her other guests were Brian Parkin and his wife, Marian Boardley, owners of Moab Art Works, and their friend, Trish Hawkins, who lives in Castle Valley. Brian and Trish, both natives of the U.K., had come to Salt Lake to take their […]
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The following was written by Trent Thursby Alvey in regards to her exhibition Paintings and Assemblages on exhibit at the Salt Lake Main Library from Feb 25 through March 31. My experience exhibiting at the library became an opportunity for self-discovery. The reasons for creating art vary for different […]
by Emily Chaney It’s Saturday, March 18th. Leaving my sweats, television, and usual married-Saturday-night at home, I venture onto Park City’s Main Street. Starting at the top of the street and walking down, I end up in front of Chester’s Blacksmith clothing store. The large windows display images […]
Entering Art Access’s Access II Gallery, where Linnie Brown’s Landmarks: Recent Works is on display through April 13th, one might ask, “Has Picasso gone crazy?” No, Picasso has not gone mad, but Linnie Brown has lucidly painted — constructed (as cubists do) — a series of abstract works which are […]