[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”600″ album=”601″] “Very different,” “unique,” “colorful” – all are words Michael Beasley hears when he shows his three-dimensional masks to people. The artist has been making the intricately patterned masks, reminiscent of Native American or Mexican folk art, for nearly five years but had never tried […]
“The two local girls from Bella Muse” — as Ogden artists Shanna Kunz and Elizabeth Robbins describe themselves — are taking their art uptown, to the Eccles Community Art Center’s main gallery, for the month of December. A reception for the artists is Friday, December 4. Kunz, who […]
The term “strong women” may conjure images of female news-headliners, those who have risen to the top of their field or achieved fame in a male-dominated arena. You know the ones: the athletes, corporate CEOs, heads of state, or entertainment celebrities. But the Strong Women in the Art […]
Philip Barlow doesn’t want to be pigeonholed, boxed in as this kind of painter or that kind. The 80-years-young artist says he keeps “one foot in the box and the other outside – exploring the unexplored.” That’s why, in his exhibit this month at Phillips Gallery, you’ll see […]
Sue Martin discusses art and presentation with art consultant Janet Hill.
This ever-changing gallery featuring local art may be in its best location yet – well placed to participate in now-monthly Sugarhouse art strolls on second Fridays.
Ready to prove that Salt Lake City does have a thriving art scene and that art sales really are turning around, Mark and Sherrie Slusser, have opened the doors to Slusser Gallery in a split-level office-building on 100 South. |1| It’s a brand new business venture for the […]
Feature: Hints & TipsHanging Art The “Rules” and When to Break Themby Sue Martin Just as taste for art is individual and subjective, so is the arrangement of art on a wall. However, if you lack confidence in your own judgment when hammering nails into a nice clean […]
Feature: Hints & Tips Back to School by Sue Martin Call me crazy, but I dream of going back to school — this time to earn a BFA in painting. I already have B.A. and M.A. degrees in speech and drama, but acting and directing are no longer […]
by Sue Martin It would be far too simplistic to say there are two types of people – those who set goals and plan for their life/work successes, and those who simply sit back and watch life unfold and hope for the best. But if those descriptions represent two […]
by Sue Martin “We have great artists in Utah,” declares Lila Abersold, a 16-year veteran of the Utah Arts Council’s Visual Arts Program. And she should know — not only is she the curator of the state’s fine arts collection, she also has the opportunity to travel to […]
by Sue Martin If you were to take several of the quarter or nickel-size round stones on the beach at Antelope Island, as I once did, and stand them or stack them in the sand so that the sun caused them to cast long shadows, then photograph them […]