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 February 2010
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Up and Upcoming: To The North
Exhibition Listings in Northern Utah
Prepared by 15 Bytes staff unless otherwise indicated. UPCOMING and UP listings should reach us by the last Wednesday of the month. Those accepted will run until the closing date, or for one month if no closing date is given. Readers using the guide are cautioned to check with the exhibitor if the accuracy of the listing is crucial. Please send listings for this page to editor@artistsofutah.org

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Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art UP: 2nd Annual Tippetts Intermountain Regional Competitive. Through February 5. AND: Uses of the Real: What's New Now? displaying 31 new works donated by the Kathryn C. Wanlass Foundation and Marie Eccles Caine Foundation. Artists new to the museum include Manny Farber, Takako Yamaguchi, Don Suggs, Frances Celentano, Eric Orr, Michael McMillan, Michael Todd, William Wiley and M.A. Peers. Through April 2011. AND: Bobby Ross Draws, in the Study Center. The exhibit includes more than 100 graphite drawings rendered in the artist's meticulous narrative style. Ross addresses fundamental questions about science, religion and social issues with ordinary objects by creating densely packed images with surprising combinations. As part of the exhibition Ross will create a new drawing every two weeks. He will take suggestions from the public for the subject of his new works through a museum Blog. Through July 31. UPCOMING: Susan Belau, in the Upper Gallery.|0| The San Fransisco artist has a MFA in Printmaking from the Univeristy of Nebrask-Lincoln, and has trained as a printer at Paulson Press in Berkeley. Belau’s prints and works on paper begin with observational drawings that are then traced, re-traced, edited and reassembled. Out of this process springs the conceptual basis for the work: the experience of time, imperfections in observation, and the shifts in recording as stories are told and re-told. Her subjects are plants and structures found in the domesticated natural world – the urban garden, a suburban yard or a city park. Subjects are selected for their shapes, their lines and divisions of space. Belau’s work focuses on the connection between the literal descriptions of interval—the spaces between branches, negative shapes, layers of ink—and the abstract and intangible notions of time, anticipation and moments lost. February 16 - March 5, with a reception February 16, 5-6:30 pm.

Studio 102 Gallery UPCOMING: LAEP Charrettee Display. AND: Woody Shepherd: Recent Paintings. |1|

Tippetts Exhibition Hall UPCOMING: MFA Exhibition, February 27 - March 5.

Alliance for the Varied Arts (35 W. 100 South, Logan, 435-753-2970) UP: Artwork by Aurora Hughes Villa, Deb Banerjee and Paul Schumann.

BRIGHAM CITY
Brigham City Museum UP: Tribute to Friendship: Quilting Round Robin, showcasing close to 50 quiltes created in eight-state quilting round robins.|2| Artists in Arizona, California, Georgia, Idaho, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming were involved in the group project. Some are members of the Utah Quilt Guild Round Robin, and others belong to local quilting chapters. The pieces are owned by Kaye Evans of Ogden. Evans selected the theme and the fabric for all the quilts. A quilter works about a month on her portion (block) of the quilt. It usually takes nine months to complete one round robin. All of Evans’ quilts were returned as blocks, and she assembled, quilted, bound, added embellishments as needed and labeled them. She says, “What fun when you open the mail each month to see what surprises are inside.


OGDEN AREA
The Ogden First Fridays Art Walk takes place every month on the First Friday of the month. On February 5th galleries are open from 6 to 9 pm for receptions.

Universe City (2556 Washington Blvd, 801.458.8959) UP: Arté Gras VI: Costumes for Theatre and Life, works by Weber State University Faculty Designers and others. Theatre costumes include Catherine Zublin’s “Crocodile” |3| and “Captain Hook” from WSU’s Peter Pan as well as renderings by Phillip Lowe for Weber’s next production, “The Light in the Piazza,” opening March 5.


Eccles Community Art Center UP: 12th Black & White Statewide Competition, featuring recent work in all media, including paintings, prints, monoprints, drawings, graphics, photographs, pottery, sculptures and textiles are eligible. The juror for this competition is Jim Jacobs, Professor of Visual Arts and Art Department Chair, Weber State University. Through March 27. Opening reception Friday, February 5th; awards announced. AND: In the Carriage House Gallery, Flowers in Bloom, photography by Wm. Conrad Bowen of Bountiful.


Gallery 25 UP: Artwork by the Palette Club of Ogden,


Shaw Gallery at Weber State
UPCOMING: Weber State Student Art Exhibiton.

BOUNTIFUL
BDAC UP: Utah Illustrators Exhibit, an exhibit featuring the current landscape of illustration. AND: Simply Abstract, art by and Sonya Dinsdale|4|and Scott Buckner.|5|


PARK CITY
The next Park City Gallery Stroll is Friday, February, from 6 to 9 pm.
Kimball Art Center UP: Intercontinental Divide, works by Einar & Jamex de la Torre.|6| Internationally recognized de la Torre Brothers live and work on both sides of the US/Mexico border providing them with an insider-outsider perspective. Their blown glass and mixed-media work examines and confronts the complexities of this geographical, cultural and historical divide with a sense of humor that is playful and compelling. AND: Utah Latinos, a Proud Legacy: A Close Look at Utah's Latino Contributions in the Garage Gallery. A photography exhibition showcasing 24 individuals and their unique backgrounds. AND: Minuteclan, an art installation by local artists in the Badami Gallery. As each artist builds his/her territory in the gallery, artistic borders will inevitably cross and individual ideas intersect. Gallery visitors are invited and encouraged to add to the installation.

Gallery MAR UP: Migration: Into the Wild, new works by Lisa Lamoreaux|7| and Amy Ringholz.|8| UPCOMING: Odd Nostalgia, new works by Fred Calleri. Fred Calleri has been influenced by a number of traditional masters but his works have a more whimsical flavor. He paints the figure, frequently in nostalgic settings, and his characters have a decidedly animated quality.|9|

Meyer Gallery UP: Brian Kershisnik, |10| featuring 20 new paintings by the artist.


Terzian Galleries UP: Melissa Chandon’s latest minimalist settings, including White Barn with Blue Skies, a green VW bus with surf racks,|11| a lifeguard station, and a vintage pink VW convertible.
UPCOMING: Plein-air favorite Doug Braithwaite's newest paintings, showcasing local sites in Park City.

Coda Gallery
UP:
Colorful landscape paintings by Ogden artist Aaron Fritz. |12| UPCOMING: New paintings by Helper artist Charley Snow.|13|


Julie Nester Gallery
UP: Ex Voto, abstract paintings by Erik Gonzales. In these paintings, layer upon layer is built up and at times removed to expose what once lay beneath. Much of his source imagery and inspiration comes from traveling abroad and discovering new ways to reinterpret old myths.|14|

Phoenix Gallery UP: Mixed media by Denise Duong. UPCOMING: Figurative works by Sherri Belassen (see page 7).
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District Gallery
UP:
T Barney, a stone and bronze abstract sculptor.
UPCOMING: Jeff Ham|16| and Caroline Zimmerman,

Montgomery Lee Fine Art
UPCOMING:
Joseph Alleman and Jared Sanders.

Mountain Trails Gallery UPCOMING: Glen Edwards, AND: Scott Richardson, |17| February 12th–17th. AND: Mountain Trails Gallery Master's Show, February 18th–23rd.
AND: Simon Winegar,|18|


Thomas Anthony Gallery UP: Tea and Sea, a study of light, motion and the beauty of tea cups in relation to the sea, by Betts.|19| UPCOMING: Rolinda, New World beauty painted in an Old World format.

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