Regular readers of 15 Bytes don’t need to be told what an important figure Shawn Rossiter is in Utah. His dedication to this magazine alone is a testament to his passion for Utah’s artists and the work they create. When you don’t see him surveying the latest exhibit […]
A new book edited by Frank McEntire explores the life and art of the late V. Douglas Snow.
Dancers do it. Musicians do it. Even writers do it (we’re thinking of Wu Ming). So why not artists? This month, Artists of Utah is celebrating the art of collaboration with a special event at The Leonardo during the Utah Arts Festival that explores what happens when […]
At the Leo, Rossiter refers to other nearby works as well as the cubical space and alternation of narrow walls and windows that characterize the modern building. Not content with referencing and reinterpreting the space around him, Rossiter plans his drawings as reinterpretations of themselves. He covers a […]
In November 2011, 15 Bytes editor (and sometimes artist) Shawn Rossiter was at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City for one of their artist residencies. During his time at The Lab @ The Leo, Rossiter began work on his work without end, a large-scale project based on overlapping […]
Local artist and art promoter qi peng interviewed Artists of Utah Executive Director and 15 Bytes editor Shawn Rossiter for examiner.com. You can read the interview here. 15 Bytes
[portfolio_slideshow] reviewed by Shawn Rossiter In the March 2003 edition of Art in America, Raphael Rubinstein, a senior editor of the magazine as well as poet and art critic, lamented the state of contemporary art criticism in an article entitled “A Quiet Crisis.” In the 15 Bytes edition […]
Shawn Rossiter is a self-taught artist who resides in the Sugarhouse area of Salt Lake City. The stong line, lively brushwork and vivid color in his compositions creates works that are forceful statements full of energetic rhythms.