In the July 2012 edition of 15 Bytes Laura Durham talks with Vern Swanson about his three decades at the Springville Museum of Art, and an upcoming book on the collection.
Utah’s biggest display of artwork is up again at the Springville Museum of Art. In this review, Tony Watson takes a look at the actual winners and offers some alternatives. Read the review in the May 2012 edition of 15 Bytes. Tony WatsonTony Watson is originally from Washington State […]
A look at the 2011 Spring Salon.
Katerskille Cove by Ryan S. Brown This month the Springville Museum of Art presents the work of the Hudson River Fellowship, a group of artists devoted to investigating the nature of landscape by revisiting the 150-year-old artistic tradition of the Hudson River School. The exhibit, which includes work by Utah painter Ryan […]
When the nationally traveling exhibition This is Our Land: Discovering America & the World Through Original Illustrations from Children’s Books came to town earlier this year, Utah was proud to have one of our own, Jean Arnold, among its artists (see February 2008). Now the Springville Museum of Art gives us […]
J. Kirk Richards is one of a number of talented young figurative painters in the area who, now in their thirties, are beginning to attract large followings, command substantial prices and receive acknowledgment in significant exhibitions. Richards is currently being recognized by the Springville Museum of Art with […]
In December, Deseret News art editor Dave Gagon wrote on the Springville Museum of Art’s annual Spiritual and Religious Exhibition. In the piece, Gagon mentioned “Improper Use May Result in Injury or Death,” a work by sculptor Adam Bradshaw that was pulled from the juried exhibition and which […]
by Chris Brooks On December 23rd, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of church founder, Joseph Smith. Smith’s tumultuous life has received attention from the time he began speaking of visions and golden scriptures to his assassination in a […]
For the past month, the Springville Museum of Art’s exhibit Objects of Reverence has presented the work of SUU professor Brian Hoover. On exhibit until the end of October, Hoover’s art is represented by about twenty pieces, hanging in one of the museum’s ground-floor galleries. The pieces cover […]
So, a little over a week ago or so, this guy named Shawn Rossiter calls and asks if I will write something about this year’s Springville Salon and I say yes! Why did I do that? I don’t have the slightest idea, unless it was this: “Artists of […]