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September 2012
Utah's Art Magazine: Published by Artists of Utah
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Wulf Barsch at Springville Museum of Art
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Exhibition Announcements
Up & Upcoming to the South
Prepared by 15 Bytes staff unless otherwise indicated. UPCOMING and UP listings should reach us by the last Wednesday of the month. Please send listings for this page to editor@artistsofutah.org

UTAH COUNTY
Springville Museum of Art UP: Milne & Swanson Collections Exhibitions, with Soviet/Russian Art donated by Gordon and Hollie Milne will be in the Steed Gallery and Utah Art donated by Vern and Judy Swanson will be in the Four-plex Gallery. Through April 13, 2013. UPCOMING: Ex Corde Lux,Out of the Heart, Light celebrates the remarkable career of German-born artist Wulf Barsch through captivating paintings and prints spanning 50 years. Known internationally, Barsch is one of the foremost symbolic painters of the era, his works evoking a deep sense of spirituality.|0| AND: The Great Organ: Paintings of the Tabernacle Organ by Fred Howard. In a series of over 30 paintings, artist Fred Howard has captured the artistry and beauty of the historic tabernacle organ, originally constructed in 1867.

Covey Center for the Arts UP: Casey Childs: Portraits & Figures showcases the artist's skill in portraying lifelike portraits and figures with contemporary designs and settings. The show containing 45-50 pieces, focuses on portraits and figurative works in oil and charcoal the artist has created over the past three years, including a new series of 25 historical portraits titled "Influential Figures."|1|

Brigham Young University Museum of Art UP: Beauty and Belief: Crossing Bridges with Arts of Islamic Culture poses the question “What makes Islamic Art, Islamic?” To address this, Dr. Al Khemir has created a show of over 250 works that features historical and geographic background with succeeding sections of calligraphy, figurative imagery and pattern. |2| People in a Hard Land: Iconic Images of Life in the Southwest focuses on iconic images of people in the American Southwest: pioneers, cowboys, and Indians moving across a vast uninhabited landscape; men and women engaged in the hard labor of taming a wild land. |3| AND: Object of Devotion, medieval English alabaster sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum that date back to the early 1300s.|4| AND: In e.g. video artist Will Lamson visualizes relationships between serenity and chaos through the art of balancing.|5| AND: michael whiting: 8-bit modern, in the Museum's Sculpture Garden, features brightly painted, massive, pixilated sculptures exploring the visual relationship between early video games and 1960s minimalism. AND: In the Shadows of Timpanogos, photographs by John Telford. Telford contrasts the stability of geologic formations with variation in atmosphere, color, and vegetation over time and season. The photographs come together as a visual poem that ponders the cyclical rhythm of nature and diversity of form that provide an unending source of interest and renewal. AND: Think Flat: The Art of Andy Warhol and Takashi Murakami features selections from the Freedman Family Collection and the BYU Museum of Art and focuses on the two artists relationships to works that explore the "low" of pop art and a celebrity-driven world.

BYU Library Exhibits UP: Mexico Then & Now,photos from Mexico's Casasola Archive & Community Exhibit presented by Artes de México en Utah, curated by Edgar Gomez. AND: Catalog Cards an exhibit of catalog cards from the Harold B. Lee Library by Corey Crellin. AND: Justin Hackworth's "30 Strangers" Project features portraits of mothers and daughters (2, 3, or 4 generations)) and raises money for the Center for Women and Children in Crisis.

Utah County Art Gallery UP: Annie Henrie and Angela Kotter. UPCOMING: Fall Photography/Digital Art Show.

Woodbury Art Museum UP: UVU's 2012 Faculty Showcase featuring over 80 new works by full-time and adjunct faculty with the School of the Artsí Department of Art & Visual Communications. Works in the exhibition feature a great variety of media including: photography, painting and drawing, graphic design, illustration, and sculpture and ceramics.

Terra Nova Gallery UP: Darci Bertelsen & Mark Crenshaw|6| (for an article on Crenshaw, see our June 2012 edition).

ST. GEORGE AREA
St. George Art Museum UP: Starry, Starry Night, National Parks through the Lens of Wally Pacholka Show features photographs from Pacholka's “America the Beautiful at Night” project. |7| AND: Clouds and the Night Great Basin Exteriors: A Photographic Survey, an exhibition of 30 photographs by three regional artists – Adam Jahiel, Daniel Cheek and Nolan Preece |8| AND: Starry, Starry Night: The Paintings of Serena. |9| UPCOMING: For the Love of Travel & Art by Sue Cotter & Spike Ress Show. AND: A Dream, works by J. Kirk Richards and Brian Kershisnik. AND: Metal Imagined, sculptures by Matt Clark. AND: Idaho Gallery of 12.

Sears Art Gallery UP: It's All Relative, work by Merle Fish Olson, Darlene Morgan and Brian Challis. . AND: Ceramic Capture: Local Ceramists & Their Work Captured by Photographer Anna Oakden In the ECCLES Grand Foyer.

CEDAR CITY
Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery UP: The SUU Art & Design Curriculum Exhibition spotlights all the departmentís programs and art forms as well as the process behind each medium.

Utah Shakespeare Festival (SUU campus) UP: Truth, Mirth, and Turmoil: Shakespeare Paintings by Richard Lance Russell features a score of paintings, depicting powerful scenes and memorable characters from Shakespeare's plays (see our July edition).|10|

 
 additional media coverage of the visual arts in Utah

8/1 Suzanne Kanatsiz & Vojko Rizvanovic at Art Access

8/1 David Wilder on the cover of Catalyst magazine

8/1 Artwork in wax, paper displayed at Union Station

8/1 Photographer-turned-painter opens one-man show
in Huntsville

8/1 Park City Kimball Arts Festival features art for all ages

8/2 Memorial celebration to honor artist Colleen Parker’s life, work

8/4 Thieves rip off $12,000 sculpture at arts festival

8/4 Local artists showcase their work, draw crowds at Park City's Kimball Arts Festival

8/6 Gallery Stroll showcases Utah art scene

8/7 Hoffman Gallery to showcase art of the race car.

8/6 Ephraim City Evicts Central Utah Art Center
CUAC Board views eviction as censorship


8/8 Quirky clay creatures on display in Art at the Main’s ‘Artist Playing in Mud’

8/7 Artist Spotlight: Margaret Tarampi

8/15 Artist Spotlight: Judith Romney Wolbach

8/16 UMFA picks new curator of modern/contemporary art

8/21 CUAC Eviction: Utah City Council Wants Art Space Out?

8/23 Local artist's penchant
for portraits evident in Covey showcase

8/24 Artist Leona Hawks turns glass trash into treasures

8/26 Thanksgiving Point artist creating sculpture for Adobe campus.

8/27 Jeffrey Hale at Patrick Moore Gallery: Turning the traditional portrait on its head.

8/30 Rosalie Winard's photos kick off yearlong water series at WSU

8/31 The Paint Mixer studio combines acrylics and wine

8/31 Art Meets Fashion to benefit Red Butte Gardens

 


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