Tag: St. George Art Museum

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Painting Up the Parks: Erin Hanson’s national park landcapes at the St. George Art Museum

[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”500″ album=”620″] About 10 years ago while at a personal crossroads, Los Angeles-based artist Erin Hanson began rock climbing in Nevada’s famous Red Rock Canyon. It was while she developed her adventurous new hobby that she rededicated herself to her work as a professional artist, inspired […]

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Visions of Grandeur: Art of the National Parks at Split Rock Gallery

[slideShowProSC width=”600″ height=”300″ album=”262″] Last year in June, the University of New Mexico Press published a 432-page coffee table extravaganza devoted to artwork depicting the nation’s national parks, which seems appropriate since it was in large part due to the artwork of nineteenth-century painters and photographers that Congress […]

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Tales of Magic and Fancy: James Christensen at the St. George Art Museum

The St. George Art Museum is pleased to present The Art of Imagination: Tales of Magic and Fancy, an exhibit of fantasy art inspired by traditional children’s fairytales, nursery rhymes, and other “childish” fancies. Select works by renowned fantasy artists James C. Christensen, Greg and Tim Hildebrandt, “Dinotopia’s” […]