Daily Bytes

Daily posts on happenings in Utah’s visual arts community.

Still Here

Still Here: David Habben

With our “Still Here” series, we are checking in with members of Utah’s art community to see what the past six months has meant for them. David Habben is an illustrator, artist, and educator. His unique work has been featured in children’s books, magazines, and even on snowboards. […]

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35×35: Jordan Snow

As part of Artists of Utah’s 35×35 exhibition, at Finch Lane Gallery through June 5, 2020, we spoke with the artists about their work. Jordan Snow is a sculptor based out of Oak City, Utah and Albuquerque, New Mexico. He has studied at the University of Utah, Utah State University […]

Who Do You Love

David LeCheminant Fell Hard for Louise Nevelson

David LeCheminant was a glass artist with a decade of experience when he moved from San Francisco to Salt Lake City in 2007. He found the transition difficult — with proper studios and trained assistants in SLC in short supply — so he would return to San Francisco “to work in a proper glass blowing studio.” It was on one of those trips that he visited the newly rebuilt DeYoung Museum where there was a retrospective of Louise Nevelson. “Until that moment, I didn’t believe in love at first sight, but that exhibition changed that idea — and changed the ultimate direction of my career as an artist,” he says.