photos by Kelly Green To walk through the front door of Susan Kirby’s house is to see an intimate portrait of Kirby herself: every wall is covered with paintings she’s created, small to large, and each one tells a piece of her story. One of these works, a 7’ […]
Scott Blaser, a Utah native now living in London, will bring his paintings and prints back to his home state for an exhibition at Patrick Moore Gallery, November 10 -30.
Normally a figurative painter, Irene Rampton wondered what would happen if she let her mind and paint brush meander. The results can be seen at Salt Lake’s Patrick Moore Gallery. Rampton started small with her experimental pieces. On 12-inch square pieces of gesso-coated watercolor paper, she used acrylic […]
Ehren Clark tells us how Marci Erspamer uses one sinewy line of Paynes Gray to connect herself to the world.
Salt Lake City artist John Bell will exhibit works from four separate bodies of work at the Patrick Moore Gallery, March 7th through March 31 in an exhibit entitled Building Icons. Mr. Bell further distinguishes himself as the thinking man’s abstract expressionist as he continues to develop his hallmark style […]
Glass is unique among the mediums of art for being identified not with a technique or a format but with a material. A glass artist may think of herself as a painter if she focuses on the decoration of two-dimensional surfaces, or a sculptor if she arranges three-dimensional […]
by Kim Burgess The Patrick Moore Gallery’s floor-to-ceiling windows look out at the blinking lights of Gateway Megaplex and a hip Mexican restaurant. Valets stand on the corner, waiting for the Jags and SUVs to pull up. Despite these corporate surroundings, Patrick Moore Gallery avoids consumerism, supporting emerging […]