Nathan Wotkyns is gifted with a winning combination; he is an artist as well as an entrepreneur. The combination has resulted in a successful career as a photographer as well a wonderful addition to St. George’s gallery scene on the city’s historic Main Street. It all began with […]
Lisa B. Huber is a native Utah artist who works in pencil and watercolors. She is also a published poet and writer, works by day as a Software Developer, and resides in Washington City, Utah.
One of the most hotly covered news questions immediately following Barack Obama’s election was: What kind of dog will the Obama family bring to the White House? At his post-election news conference, the president-elect mentioned that the family’s first choice would be to choose a shelter animal (though […]
The Sears Gallery, at Dixie State College in St. George, Utah continues to present sophisticated fine art exhibitions with the latest project by curator Kathy Cieslewicz, titled Reunion. Reunion is a collection of 24 artists “who matriculated through the Brigham Young University art program over a span of 15 years” notes […]
In January I attended an exhibition of original prints at the Sears Gallery in the Dolores Dore Eccles Fine Arts Center on the campus of Dixie State College in St. George, Utah. My experience so far with prints was limited so I was captivated by the rich colors and diversity […]
A profile of Utah watercolor artist Roland Lee.
If you aren’t familiar with the brilliant colors and dazzling contrasts in Royden Card’s art, you are missing a very unique artistic expression of southern Utah landscapes. Card, a native of Canada, earned a BFA in painting (1976) and an MFA in painting and sculpture with a minor […]
Artists of Utah has been developing so quickly over that past two years that there may be many features to our website that some readers/surfers are still unaware of. One of these is the Venue Vybe, located in our forums section, which invites artists to post their comments […]
Don’t let the red sandstone façade intimidate you. Martine’s Café Tapas, located at 22 East and 100 South (in the old Utah Commercial and Savings Bank Building built in 1889), although just as classy on the inside, is warm and inviting even to the most casually-dressed visitor. […]