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15 BYTES 2004 Publication Schedule
March 17th April 28th June 9th
July 21st September 1st October
13th November 24th
Gallery Stroll Preview
What's Up and Upcoming
listings see page 5
UTAH ARTIST HANDS:
Through February 14th, you'll
find the work of Willamarie Huelskamp, a local artist known for her colorful
and lyrical paintings. Opening on February 16th, the gallery presents a group
exhibit dedicated to the color Red.
As one of the last shows in their Holladay location of more than 20 years,
A gallery will present a group show of many of their artists, including newcomer,
Donna Corno. A graduate of BYU, Corno approaches art as a personal medium
that reveals the hopes and aspirations of ones culture. Her impasto figurative
work is full of emotion and warmth.
HORNE FINE ART:
Opening Friday February 6th (6 to
8 pm), the gallery presents a group show entitled "Headscapes," which explores
the landscape of the face.
Showing through February 13th is "Still Life,"
with photographs by Ruth Gier and paintings by Don Athay. Gier exploits
both contrast and graininess through her use of high speed film, creating
delicate edges, lines and highlights.
Don Athay's aim is to create a life impression of the fullness
of the moment”. Flowers in vases, painted with quick gestures in
bright color, take on a life of their own . In February and March
Phillips will present works by Hadley Rampton and Kathy Peterson.
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For photographer Christine Baczek, it takes 24 images to define
1/18 Jetty restoration
under consideration: But the artist's intent for piece's fate is unknown
Hall of Frame:
Trent Call and Zach Jensen take a new look at what surrounds
1/8 Through the Looking Glass: Edward Bateman recasts the work
of old masters through new lenses.
1/1 From Left to New
Bold new moves are afoot at one of the city’s best- known artist
12/14 Art within 'Proximity'"
Eclectic artists from BYU shine in S.L. show
What's Up and Upcoming Outside Salt Lake
Ben Hammond's "Expectant Mother"
Terra Nova Gallery
presents the work of Ben Hammond and Bryan Taylor during the month of
February, with an opening reception for the artists to be held Friday,
February 6 from 6 to 9 pm. Hammond attempts to promote a positive message
with his work, hoping to capture the emotion and personal struggles of the
subjects he sculpts. Bryan Taylor, a devoted landscape painter, presents
new images of the west coast he has come to know while pursuing an art
degree in San Fransisco.
The Eccles Community Art Center
's Biannual Black & White exhibit will be on display through the
month of February. Close to one hundred works from Utah artists working
in all media are on display. This juried exhibit features work executed
in black, white and shades of gray. Running concurrently in the Carriage
House Gallery are works by the Hamblin family -- paintings by Darlene and
wood turning by her husband, Bert, and son, Terry.
If you haven't seen it yet, you won't want to miss "In the Spirit of
the Times" at the
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
on the Utah State University campus. This exhibt, which runs through,
July, features works by California Abstract Expressionists from the Museum's
PRICE: The work of three Salt Lake City artists
will be on display at the College of Eastern Utah during the month of February.
A reception for the exhibit, "Transform, Notate, Accumulate" will be held
Friday Feb. 6, 7 to 9pm with a gallery talk held at 3:00. Works by University
of Utah professor, John Erickson, sculptor and mixed -media artist Linda
Peer, and painter Jean Arnold will be on display.
ST. GEORGE: A vibrant exhibition by Salt
Lake City, Utah artist, Jinny Lee Snow, will be showing through April
2, 2004. A reception for this exhibit will be held on the evening of Friday,
February 6, 6-9 p.m. Admission to the museum, located at 47 East 200 North,
St. George, Utah, is free. Jinny Lee Snow presents 28 recent works
in her exhibit, Painted Quilts or Quilted Paintings?
, which depict her explorations of pattern and texture through fabric and
paint. From her unique combination of these two traditional mediums, she
brings her colorful, whimsical perspective to life. Brief anecdotes
by the artist accompany each exhibited work. For further information,
please call (435) 634-5942 x17 or email: