A photograph shows a little girl standing in front of an easel painting; she seems delighted to have been caught in the act of creation. Now grown, Beth Krensky reflects that this moment captured on camera typifies her childhood affinities and early interest in art. “While other children […]
Beth Krensky, shown here performing her Shroud/Shawl piece (photographed by Josh Blumental), tells us that for 2015: “I continue to engage with my performative pieces and will return to the Salt Flats to perform my piece, Skirt of Sorrow and Forgiveness that was recently exhibited at the UMFA. […]
The group exhibition at Nox Contemporary provides perfect holiday fare: small works that make a large impact. The show’s title, The Herb & Dorothy Show, reflects the far-reaching impact of Herb and Dorothy Vogel, a New York City couple who collected art over their lifetime together, amassing […]
It struck us as odd the first time we saw 15 Bytes used as a reference source (in a Master’s Thesis we came across in the mid naughts); but it really shouldn’t have, since we’ve become the main source for information on Utah art. Now we see references […]
A profile of the artist on the occasion of her exhibit at Finch Lane Gallery.
Beth Krensky is a University of Utah professor, community activist and sculptor. 15 Bytes Profile Utah Artists DirectoryArtist listings in our Utah Artists Directories are open to all visual artists who reside part-time or full-time in the state of Utah. The listings will remain on our site as […]