Chris Miles shares a studio with his mother, Dottie, in Sugar House’s Rockwood Building (which despite the boarded up buildings in the area, still stands and houses over forty local artists). Miles worked in New York as an illustrator before coming back to Utah to shift to fine art. His work frequently has a narrative quality, with elements of fantasy, and animals as his main characters — aspects that will be sure to appeal to his young twins as they grow older. Miles’ work, available in original paintings or prints, is featured at Utah Artist Hands this month. You may also view his work at his website.
Steve Coray has a background in photojournalism and now runs his own business providing creative, affordable event and portrait photography to clients all along the Wasatch Front and beyond.
Categories: Studio Space | Visual Arts
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