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  July 2008
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Studio Space


Work by Paul Vincent BernardPaul Vincent Bernard by Shawn Rossiter

We caught up with printmaker Paul Vincent Bernard in his Poor Yorick studio a couple days after he returned from Fresno, California with his new floor-model lithography press. He found it on eBay and braved California gas prices to drive it back to Salt Lake because it will allow him to print his large lithography work more easily. He will be keeping his old press for monotype prints and for printing etching and relief prints; which means he will have to do some careful rearranging to fit both in his studio, which is already packed with art, supplies, books, wine, a stereo, a computer, and some curious odds and ends.

You'll be able to see what kind of work Bernard gets out of both presses at his upcoming exhibition at Tanner Frames, which opens July 18 during Gallery Stroll.
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Erin Berrett's Studio Space

Feature: On the Spot
Salt Lake's Lila Abersold

Lila Abersold

Lila Abersold, Visual Arts Manager for the Utah Arts Council, stands in front of a painting by Lee Deffebach located in her office.

What hangs above your mantel?

I do not have a mantel in my place, but my favorite wall adornment are two small prints from Pont Aven in France. They depict women at the village well and a village square.

What is your favorite building in Utah?

The State Capitol building. It is one of the most impressive capitols in the United States and I'm delighted to see it restored to the original plan.

What is the most memorable exhibit you've seen recently?

I just returned from France and the most recent memorable exhibit was the Marie Antoinette exhibit at the Palais Royale. But I also love the Minerva Teichert exhibit in the BYU Museum of Art.

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Tom AlderTom Alder recently left a 30-year mortgage banking career to become a partner in Williams Fine Art where he specializes in early Utah art. In December, he received his MA from the University of Utah in art history and wrote his thesis about Henri Moser. He also serves on the board of the Museum of Utah Art and History.

Lane Bachman hitchhiked around Europe and the Balkans and did time at the Naropa Institute in Boulder Colorado (a minimum security facility) played in a series of defunct ambient funk dance bands, and is now paying for past sins in Salt Lake City.

Ehren ClarkEhren Clark received his BA in Modern and Contemporary Art History and Critcism at the University of Utah and an MA in the art of the Renaissance at the University of Reading, UK. He currently writes for the In Utah This Week, as well as being published in other journals in Utah.


Dallas GrahamDallas Graham received his BA in Visual Art from BYU, where his art spiraled graphic design and monotype printing. He jumped to photography as a medium in 2005 and now runs a personal documentary photography company, Montage Creative. He currently serves as Programming Director for the Salt Lake City chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists.

Jay Heuman
Jay Heuman, a native of Toronto, holds an MA in Art History from York University. He is the Salt Lake Art Center's Curator of Exhibitions.

Amanda Moore
Amanda Moore is originally from Cleveland Tennesse. She came to Salt Lake City to attend the University of Utah and in 2006 received her M.F.A. in Photography. Amanda now teaches as an adjunct professor at Weber State University and as an associate instructor in the University of Utah's Continuing Education Department.

Shawn Rossiter Shawn Rossiter
successfully dropped out of a Masters Program in Comparative Literature to become a painter (the success of which is yet to be determined). In 2001 he founded Artists of Utah and is the editor of 15 Bytes.


Geoff Wichert Geoff Wichert has degrees in critical writing and creative nonfiction. He teaches writing at Snow College, where he also taught Art History for six years. His profile of Kate Starling will appear in the Winter issue of Wasatch Journal.


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