Tag: Jason Lanegan

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Transformation, Physical and Spiritual, at the UCCC

Susan Klinker’s assemblage, variously titled “Scarab Piece” or “Desert Transformation,” recounts what she describes as her “transformative experience during a desert meditation” while she was “on a three-day prayer retreat at Christ in the Desert Monastery, Abiquiu, New Mexico.” The work initially seems to resemble a rugged, weathered […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

What You See Isn’t Always What You Get: Adam Larsen & Jason Lanegan at BDAC

[dropcap]In[/dropcap] biology, circumstances—what scientists call “niches”—summon particular organisms into being. So it may have been inevitable that BYU and Snow College, two of the principal breeding grounds of Utah art, would each possess a teacher who is also a prolific artist, a keen student of local culture, a […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Digging in the Past: Artists Look for Individual Meaning and Collective Connection in Springville’s Roots and Branches

The past is becoming an increasingly hot topic in the present as scientific and technological advancements have made DNA analysis relatively simple and cheap, and the amassing of historical documents, journals and photos, easily accessible online. These developments have spurred interest in the individual aspect of the past, […]