With our “Still Here” series, we are checking in with members of Utah’s art community to see what the past six months has meant for them. Hikmet Sidney Loe, born and raised on the east coast, Hikmet Sidney Loe fell in love with the arid desert lands of Utah […]
A Measure of Salt, the exhibition now up at the Granary Art Center, imbues the space with a sense of reverence. Walking into the clean gallery space of the old 1876 brick building, the first piece one encounters is a wrapped plaster Buddha figure sitting in a lotus position […]
Hikmet Sidney Loe knows the Great Salt Lake. The Westminster College professor and scholar has spent years visiting, studying and writing about the lake since she first came West and fell in love with Utah’s desert landscapes, especially the basin and range areas to the west of the […]
With our best Happy Solstice wishes go out to all of the artists and art lovers who make Utah a great place for art, including Nancy Holt, creator of Sun Tunnels. This shot is courtesy of Hikmet Loe, from the Winter Solstice in 2002. Follow the link below […]
A profile of Art Historian Hikmet Loe, author of an upcoming book about Robert Smithson.
by Geoff Wichert The most exciting art event of the past month, the one that drew the largest, broadest, and most enthusiastic crowd of Utah art lovers—young and old, amateurs and pros, from those who can’t stop making art to those who just love to look—wasn’t the opening […]