Artists of Utah recently announced the beginning of Round 2 of Utah’s 15, their project to celebrate Utah’s most influential artists (click here to learn about Round 2 of Utah’s 15.).In 2013, Sandy Brunvand was selected by 200 of her peers as one of “Utah’s 15 most influential […]
Sandy Brunvand will consider just about anything as a matrix or component for her printmaking practice: dog hair, staples, rusted metals have all made their way into her works. For her most recent series of prints, now on exhibit at The Granary Art Center in Ephraim, Brunvand […]
Ansel Adams, the first photographer to insist that photographs are artworks, blurred another boundary when he compared the making of a photograph to the composition of music. The negative, he said, was like a score, and the print was like a performance. Marcel Duchamp, the pioneering gender-bender who […]
Geoff Wichert takes a look at two unique though complimentary artists showing this month at Salt Lake’s Kayo Gallery.
Take Two Sandy Brunvand’s Life Becomes Her Art by Geoff Wichert . . . whether in exceptionally accessible written statements or in her spontaneous and acute conversation, two things quickly become apparent: from the beginning, a fundamental curiosity about the workings of the world that would do credit […]
[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”400″ album=”359″] A meandering in the thoughts and life of a 15 Bytes editor, including a coda, glossary and pronunciation guide and mention of artists as varied and talented as Brad Slaugh, John Erickson, Marjorie Mclure, Sandy Brunvand, Stefanie Dykes, Bob Kleinschmidt, Ed Bateman, and Amedeo […]
Sandy Brunvand | photos by Kim Driggs ~ text by Jules Augson Five years ago, Sandy Brunvand set out to buy a new home in the Avenues. Not long after her search began, she discovered what was to soon become her studio space – the third-story attic of […]
Sandy Brunvand is a Salt Lake City painter, printmaker and multi-media artist who works in an abstracted style. She is also a co-founder of Saltgrass Printmakers. 15 Bytes