Linnie Brown’s approximately two dozen pieces in her show Retrace at A Gallery, with titles like “Often Requires Additional Building,” “Need Only to Reattach,” and “The Line Between Now and Then,” make you think of nothing more than — what if all these paintings, with their flanges and […]
It goes on all over our country — housing developments sprout up on the outer rims of our suburban areas, attracting young homeowners looking for the amenities of suburban living along with the promise of open spaces. In a few years time, though, those fields and prairies are […]
Don’t Read This : A generation of Utah artists considers the invasion of art by text at the City Library
In Don’t Read This, eight artists attempt to explore incorporating the verbal content of a message into the way it’s presented without allowing text to hijack the image.
Lots of families like to do the crossword together. Father and daughter artist team Marinus Wolf and Linnie Brown decided to make paintings about it. Read a review of the exhibit in the April 2012 edition of 15 Bytes. 15 Bytes
Entering Art Access’s Access II Gallery, where Linnie Brown’s Landmarks: Recent Works is on display through April 13th, one might ask, “Has Picasso gone crazy?” No, Picasso has not gone mad, but Linnie Brown has lucidly painted — constructed (as cubists do) — a series of abstract works which are […]
Little Utah vocabulary lesson: To describe art you have three choices: art is either realistic, impressionistic, or abstract. So, if it doesn’t look like a photograph, and is not a little-landscape-with-pretty- brush strokes, then it must be abstract. At least that’s what I gather from Bountiful Davis […]
Linnie Brown is a Lehi artist who uses mixed media to abstractly balance natural and man-made imagery. 15 Bytes