It was 40 years ago when Bill Lee started school in New York with a photo major. That’s something he still does, and plans to buy a new camera soon and spend more time with that, but also has been pursuing painting and mixed media work seriously since […]
A profile of SLC-based writer Lynn Kilpatrick, author of In The House, who will be part of the upcoming READ LOCAL series at Finch Lane Gallery, Thursday, January 12.
Chauncey Secrist, who is represented by Howa Gallery in Bountiful, tells us: “2017 promises to be an interesting and eventful year for me. I will continue to work on new collage and assemblage work, but also have plans to return to paint. There are a lot of ideas […]
Reared in a village north of London (she moved to Utah about 16 years ago), Santaquin artist Jenna von Benedikt is widely known for her graceful and grace-filled birds and more recently for her beasts. A BYU graduate with a Studio BFA and studies at the Santa Reparata […]
Figuratively Speaking: Russell Wrankle brings together an impressive roster of ceramic artists in Meyer Gallery’s Epics, Myths and Fables
Now on display in Park City, Epics, Myths and Fables transforms Meyer Gallery’s mezzanine into a vision of three-dimensional folklore fantasy. Forty ceramic sculptures emit the curious intellect and imagination of their creators, who range from mid-career to established artists from all over the country. Not only does […]
Twice a winner of the Utah Visual Arts Fellowship, Brigham Young University Professor Joseph Ostraff had an impressive 2016, with exhibits in Massachusetts and inclusion in the Chautauqua National Juried Exhibition: Order and Chaos, Giles Gallery, Eastern Kentucky University at Richmond. And he tells us he has big […]
March 15 – June 17
This exhibition features a selection of George Beard’s photographs, re-mastered and printed with fidelity to the highest standards that George Beard would undoubtedly have approved.
To start out 2017 we checked in with some Utah artists to see what they are up to in the New Year. We’ll be running these short features throughout the month. Toni Youngblood is an avid recycler. She uses old tuna cans for paints and medium, a fondue […]
Paisley Rekdal, who won the 2013 15 Bytes Book Award in Poetry for “Animal Eye” (as well as an impressive number of other fancier prizes), has published a new book of poetry with the prestigious Copper Canyon Press. As with her previous books, Imaginary Vessels is sheer pleasure […]
“We are fortunate to have found the right leader at the right time,” says Art Access board chair Virginia Gowski about the hiring of their new Executive Director, Shandra Benito. “She passionately and genuinely believes in the mission of our organization and has a proven track record of […]
One of the most annoying questions you can ask an artist is: “How long did this take to make?” Stacy Phillips’ solo exhibit at Trove Gallery, opening Dec. 30, demonstrates the long gestation time it takes to bring creative ideas to life. In fact, it provides a glimpse […]
The Gallery at Library Square boasts a unique perspective, allowing its audience to peer from its tidy enclosure over the fourth floor railing and into the towering abyss of the library’s atrium. Yet so quick are we to become inured to experience that this once acrophobia-inducing encounter has, […]