If you see encaustic work popping up all over the place this month you probably have Jeff Juhlin to thank.
While Sperber doesn’t actually belong to any of the now-exhausted camps that have cluttered the landscape of art for the last half-century, she incorporates the raveled threads of their various narratives into a strand she makes by twisting them together, thereby restoring to art the feeling of a unified purpose such as artists and their audiences shared before it disintegrated under the assault of the permanent avant garde….
The surface of Great Salt Lake shimmers and glows as only an inland saline body of water can. It mesmerizes you into believing there are great depths and secrets below its facade, waiting for you to slowly eek out their mysteries. What if the facade is the answer, […]
Park City’s Kimball Art Center announced this week that Pam Crowe-Weisberg has stepped down from her position as Executive Director. In announcing this change, the Kimball’s Board of Directors noted that Crowe-Weisberg has served in the position for the past four years, during which time the Kimball “introduced […]
The notion of “aura” and its relation to the mechanical means of reproduction, introduced into critical thought over seventy years ago by Walter Benjamin, has proven to be one of the more fruitful analysis of its time. Its influence resonates through much of contemporary critical thought, even when […]
Having worked in the fashion industry for more than 30 years and keeping a fast-paced lifestyle in the Big Apple, Pam Crowe-Weisberg was ready for a change. Her husband was retiring and the couple desired a place where they could relax -Utah immediately came to mind. It would […]
Last year, Park City’s The Kimball Art Center introduced its first Arte Latino, an exhibition and celebration of Latino art and culture. The second installment of this annual event, Arte Latino; A Celebration of Latino Art in Utah is now on display in all galleries of the Center. […]
Don’t believe everything you read. Or at least don’t swallow it wholesale, for words are slippery things. They can mask something just as easily as they can point to it – especially when those words are art labels, the mediocre adhesives we use to desperately pull together […]
by Jessica Geddes Latin art in America today unveils a culture rich in emotion and charged by everyday influences. The art produced in the Latino community reflects the emotional bonds to family and earth. The artwork gives the viewer a glimpse into very personal experiences and unique viewpoints […]
During the month of February, Salt Lake City artist Trent Thursby Alvey explores the relationship between earth and sky at the Kimball Art Center’s Badami Gallery. After first being approached about the exhibit, Alvey gave her show a working title of “Tibet Series” even though she had never been […]