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January 2012
Utah's Art Magazine: Published by Artists of Utah
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Doug Braithwaite at Terzian Galleries
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Up and Upcoming: To The North
Exhibition Listings in Northern Utah
Prepared by 15 Bytes staff unless otherwise indicated. UPCOMING and UP listings should reach us by the last Wednesday of the month. Those accepted will run until the closing date, or for one month if no closing date is given. Readers using the guide are cautioned to check with the exhibitor if the accuracy of the listing is crucial. Please send listings for this page to editor@artistsofutah.org

The Park City Gallery Stroll usually takes place the last Friday of every month.

Terzian Galleries
New works by Doug Braithwaite and Lane Bennion. Braithwaite works primarily in plein air and his subject matter focuses on the surrounding Utah and Mountain West landscape.|0| His bold and linear brushstrokes create a mosaic on the canvas and are exquisite in their ability to convey realism as well as abstraction. Lane Bennion is well known for his “interior landscapes”. A graduate of the University of Utah in Medical Illustration, his paintings are patient studies in composition, light and color. A master at constructing a painting, Lane is able to freeze chaotic moments and transform them into quiet scenes that invite the viewer to reflect, ponder and participate.|1|

Julie Nester Gallery
Native Mumbling: Sori Sori, new paintings by Hyunmee Lee.|2| Lee combines bold, expressive brushstrokes with soft, subdued fields of color, thereby creating a strikingly beautiful balance in composition and design. Lee was born in Korea and her spontaneous yet deliberate brushstrokes pay homage to the early training in calligraphy she received during her childhood. The series of paintings within Native Mumbling represent a personal arrival to a meditative state where the Korean letters become gestures.

Gallery MAR UP: The Good Things, new works by Mary Scrimgeour|3| and Ron Russon.|4| Bold colors and thick, textural paint typify both artists. Each artist paints their current obsession; Scrimgeour is presently exploring the idea of “perfect objects” and both the hunt and meaning of that journey. Russon’s interest in wildlife, from a young age, attracts him to our local fauna: moose, elk, deer, and tractor. UPCOMING: Menagerie, colorful, line-heavy wildlife works by Amy Ringholz.|5|

Kimball Art Center
UP: Curtis Olson: New Works. Olson's artwork is a reflection of his interest in the land and buildings of the isolated splendor of the western landscape. His abstracted landscapes, composed around the classical proportioning system of the golden section, create a distinct feeling of place with the colors, textures and photography working together to create work at once vibrant and nostalgic.|6| . AND: Kent Budge: In Plain Sight. Kent Budge’s approach to photography brings an awareness of color and composition to everyday subject matter. His attention to otherwise forgettable scenes transports them into ones of artistic and visual interest.|7| AND: Park City Collects presents the stories behind signature pieces in the collections of various art aficionados from the Park City community. The artwork on view is as eclectic and engaging as the reasons for collecting it.

Meyer Gallery UP: In Vintage Visions three painters explore nostalgia with Jason Kowalski's paintings of old filling stations, vacant motels and weathered mailboxes;|8| Dave Newman's collages of mid-century paraphernalia |9| and Santiago Michalek's passionate odes to vintage volkswagons.|10|

JGO Gallery UP: Winter Sol unveils the gallery's 2012 collection and officially launches their winter season with new work from each of their 20+ artists.|11|

Coda Gallery UP: New still life paintings by Wendy Chidester.|12|

District Gallery UP: Frederick Stephens' new landscape paintings, as well as quirky figurative work.

Thomas McCarthey Gallery UP: Russian Landscapes, works by Vladimir V. Filippov.|13|

Thomas Anthony Gallery UP: Aspen & Oak, new works in bronze as well as wall sculptures by R.B. Smith.

Western Heritage Art Museum UP: 5th Annual Utah Arts Council traveling exhibit.

Brigham City Museum UP:
Going Places, a nationally traveling exhibition that features an assortment of sizes shapes and finishes of the automobile's precursor: the carriage.

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art UP:
Bang! Thwack! Plop! %#$&!!! Comics: an Influence on Contemporary Art explores the intersection of comics and art with specific attention on how certain themes and stylistic forms have crossed over from the genre of comics into the world of visual art. This exhibit helps point toward a growing interdisciplinary trend in the arts that allows for a flow of ideas between media and form, creating a liberation of high art. UPCOMING: Fragments of Terror: Drawings by Jim Starrett features approximately 25 drawings showing, in the words of Patrick E. White, how Starrett's works, "...vibrate with such cool passion, such fiery ice, that they seem at once both hard products of a systematic rationality, of an almost mechanical design, and works of extraordinary emotional resonance."

The Ogden First Fridays Art Walk takes place every month on the First Friday of the month. Galleries will hold receptions 6-9 pm.

Eccles Community Art Center
UP: Paintings by Beverly J. Child in the Main Gallery. In the Carriage House Gallery, recent work by
Kory Fluckiger (learn more about the artist in our December edition). His work will include realistic watercolor paintings of subjects from the natural world, including flowers, aspens, and rock cairns.

Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery (Weber State University) UP: Weber State Student Art Exhibiton.

Gallery 25
Gallery group show, featuring the work of Lucile Chamberlin, Keith Dabb, Keith Dagley, Lauri Eskelson, Carol Fielding, Ron Harvey, Darlene Hamblin, Phil Hopkins, Mac Stevenson, and Doug Wride.

Debra Main at Gallery 25

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