Up and Upcoming: To The North
Exhibition Listings in Northern Utah
Kimball Art Center UP: Wasatch Back Student Art Show in the
Main and Garage Galleries.
The annual Wasatch Back Student Art Show showcases work by student artists in Summit and Wasatch county schools, grades K-12. This year's show will feature artwork that incorporates found, recycled and repurposed objects. UPCOMING: Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility. In her first exhibition as both a curator and artist, Daniella Woolf brings together 21 artists from across the country to showcase the exciting properties of encaustic and how magically it marries with other materials.|0|AND: FUSE: Utah Artists Working in Encaustic Gallery brings together seventeen Utah artists working in the ancient medium of encaustic. Presenting a range of subject matters and styles, artists combine hot beeswax and pigment to create deep, luminous and textural surfaces.|1| Participating Artists: Willow Bader, Celine Boddy, Connie Borup, Marianne Cone, Alison Denyer, Marian Dunn, Carol Fulton, Bill Kranstover, Jan Massimino, Linda Mccausland, Bridgette Meinhold, Marjorie Mcclure, Patti Pitts, Justin Parisi-Smith, Mary Tull, Nancy Vorm, Gia Whitlock. AND: In DiachronicScapes, Peter Walker explores the dynamic relationship between people and place. Through compressing discrete layers of mixed media, he uncovers the interaction of geography, culture and ideas over time. His work reflects how a place changes a people, and in turn, the people change the landscape.
BDAC UP: Davis School District High School, Jr. High
and Art Educator Exhibit. UPCOMING: It’s Not Just Black & White, featuring Merrily Kulmer’s improvisational abstracts,|2| Shey Rauch’s camouflage, black and white series and uniquely designed jewelry from Reba Rauch with mini-sculptures as pendants. AND: Related, Marinus Wolf and Linnie Brown,|3| a father and daughter, pairup in an exploration of language with colorful, geometric compositions. AND: Drawn to Life: Life Drawing and the Development of the Artist, an informal exhibit featuring life drawings from local artists with the purpose of educating the community on the role drawing from life plays in the development of an artist.|4| The exhibit features drawings from artists in varying stages of their development from student through seasoned professional. Some of the artists are Robert Barrett, Leon Parson, Jerry Weiss, Mike Call, Glen Hawkins, Robert McKay, Christopher Thornock, Dean Keller, Michal Onyon, members of the BDAC Life Drawing class and more.
Western Heritage Art Museum UP: 19th annual Uintah School District Art Departments Spring Art Show.
Brigham City Museum UP: Two-county High School Art Competition and Exhibition. Students from Bear River, Box Elder, Logan, Mountain Crest and Sky View high schools submitted works in the following categories: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, printmaking, photography and computer art, commercial, and creative woodturning.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art UP: EcoVisionaries: Designs for Living on Earth, an exhibit of socially engaged artists who seek out and propose radical concepts using unusual materials to create innovations that reduce the impact of humans or preserve environments.
Eccles Community Art Center UPCOMING: 17th Statewide Photographic Competition, a juried exhibition with entrants from around the state. AND: The Carriage House Gallery will feature the paintings of Ogden artist, Nancy Clark and her students, Nona Horsely, Aleta Cobabe, Janet Berg, Betsy Dowling and Doris Bosworth.
Universe City UP: Stephen Henry: Monoprints and Paintings will feature recent prints and several oversized paintings. A feature
common to works in both media is his sense of color. Pure, saturated colors and subtle
pastels are the tools Henry uses to recreate his architectural environment.
"My recent works are explorations of the images that have been so familiar to me.
I am still fascinated with the 'visual vernacular' of our community. I feel comfortable
enough with these images to loosen my approach and allow intuition to take charge of what
happens to the substrate."
Gallery 25 UP: Keith Dabb will be displaying new wildlife and landscape scenes. Anyone who is familiar with Keith's work knows the beautiful sense of light and shadow that is part of each landscape, and the spirit of each animal portrayed in his wildlife scenes.