As the Standard Examiner reports, an exhibit currently in Washington Terrace (Weber County) features murals that have already or will soon be installed in UTA bus shelters. The works are by locals, from well-known artists like Earl Jones, whose work is scheduled to be installed in Kaysville, to artists still in High School, or even younger. In addition to the Kaysville location, new murals are scheduled to be installed in Brigham City and Washington Terrace. Last year, UTA installed three murals in Utah County, including “Connections,” a piece installed in Lehi and complete by students at the Lehi Arts Center, under the supervision of local artist Linnie Brown.
OTHER MIXED MEDIA THIS WEEK
BYU photography student shows off nature’s magic.
New exhibition at Thanksgiving Point focuses on uplifting art.
Utah sculptor and artist Neil Hadlock gets his due. Exhibit will cover four decades of work by seminal Utah artist.
Chalk artists create magic at festival in Bountiful.
Mountain West Arts Conference: An intersection of visual arts, poetry and science
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