Stacy Phillips maintains two separate studios. And she likes it that way. In one, she works on sculputre and jewelry while the other is dedicated to encaustic painting. Things are very well-organized, with ample storage space for jars of multi-patterned beads (that become bracelets or shimmiring skirts for […]
Salt Lake artist Janell James has been busy this spring. In April she started showing with Coda Gallery in Park City and 15th Street Gallery in Salt Lake (where she’s currently part of a group exhibit), and this month she’s headed to Santa Fe with a 10-foot trailer […]
photos by Kelly Green To walk through the front door of Susan Kirby’s house is to see an intimate portrait of Kirby herself: every wall is covered with paintings she’s created, small to large, and each one tells a piece of her story. One of these works, a 7’ […]
Kelly Green takes a look at Salt Lake’s new Flying Objects.
In this month’s photo essay Kelly Green takes us inside the colorful, shard-filled studio of glass artist Sarinda Jones. Check it out in the May 2012 edition of 15 Bytes. 15 BytesUTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit […]
A look at the pottery studio at the Peterson Art Center, where William James spins his fantastical lamps and jars inspired by the mysteries of the Ocean.