Our August edition is now online. If you have any comments place leave them by clicking "comments" at the bottom of this post.
Okay, after a few bumps in the road the July edition of 15 Bytes is now online. Do you have something to say about this edition? Click "comments" at the bottom of this post to tell us what you think. Did you agree with our reviewers? Did one […]
The July 2007 edition of 15 Bytes features: Paul Heath Studio Space | About Us page 2 Eva Jorgensen| Kent Wing page 3 The Leipzig School | The Face of Utah Sculpture page 4 Florence Ware | A New Quilt in Town page 5 Corporate Collections | Contours […]
A profile of Utah artist Eva Jorgensen.
Beautifully articulated color combinations, carefully balanced compositions, credulous perspective, figural accuracy; all are to be found in the art of the Leipzig School, a group of artists trained at the Leipzig Art Academy whose works are now on display at the Salt Lake Art Center. The works in Life After […]
Jonathan Leo Fairbanks Born: Payson, Utah
by Geoff Wichert Forty-five years is a lifetime on the job: long enough to stretch from school to retirement. It is also the age of the American studio glass movement, which began in the 1960s with glass blowing breakthroughs by Harvey Littleton at the University of Wisconsin. Since […]
Evolution 337 The original installation of spray cans I placed in the small patch of grass in front of the 337 house began as a simple visual exercise intertwining rough mechanistic forms and bright color in an otherwise organic natural environment. These rough metallic forms were originally installed […]
The June 2007 edition of 15 Bytes is now online. If you have any comments about this edition please make them by clicking the "comments" link below.
For those of you checking the site today, itching for your new 15 Bytes, you’ll have to wait a few hours longer. But here’s another little preview for you. Kimberly Silcox has done a photographic essay of Frank McEntire’s studio space for this month’s edition of 15 […]
“Mother and Child” by Paul Nielson The history of the beginning of modern art is often told in terms of a reaction to and discarding of the longstanding tradition of the Academy. The art academy has its roots in sixteenth-century France, coming on the heels of the artistic […]
We’re in the thick of it now, getting the June edition ready for publication on Wednesday. You won’t need a novel to take with you to the beach or lake this summer; just print out a copy of the June edition and you’ll have plenty to read. In […]