Utah Artist Hands (61 W. 100 South, 801-355-0206) — "Autumnal," by various artists.
Utah Arts Festival Gallery (230 S. 500 West, 801-322-2428) — "New York State of Mind," by Larry Goldman, Anne Timpson and Joseph Casalino, through Oct. 14.
Utah Cultural Celebration Center (1355 W. 3100 South, 801-965-5100) — "The 99 Most Beautiful Names of God," glass sculptures by Andrew Kosorok, through Oct. 11.
Utah Museum of Fine Arts (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 801-581-7332) — Depression Era Art by LeConte Stewart, through Nov. 27. Also, "Final Light: V. Douglas Snow in Retrospect." The show is part of a co-located exhibit that is also on display at the Salt Lake Art Center, through Jan. 8. "Color," by various artists, through Jan. 8.
Williams Fine Art (200 E. South Temple, 801-534-0331) — "Art Access, A Retrospective," by Bonnie Posselli, Sam Wilson, Susan Gallacher, and Bonnie Sucec.
OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY
Bountiful/Davis Art Center (745 S. Main, Bountiful, 801-292-0367) — "Illustrators Utah!" and art by Lester B. Lee and Aaron Bushnell, through Nov. 4.
Brigham Young University Museum of Art (Brigham Young University North Campus Drive, Provo, 801-422-8287) — "The Yankee Spirit: Highlights from the New Britain Museum of Art," through Oct. 29. African American quilts through Nov. 17. "The Matter of Words," by Adam Bateman, Harrell Fletcher and John Fraser, through Nov. 26.
Brigham Young University Museum of Peoples and Cultures (700 N. 100 East, Provo, 801-422-0020) — "Entwined: A Vibrant Heritage of the Modern Maya," Maya textiles, through April 2013.
Caffe Ibis Gallery Deli (52 Federal Way, Logan, 435-753-4777) — Mixed media by Andy Worrall, through October.
Caine Lyric Theatre (28 W. Center, Logan, 435-797-3040) — "Impressions," by Shane Larson.
Central Utah Art Center (86 N. Main, Ephraim, 435-283-5110) — "Documentary Fiction," "Recur" and "Here, Now," by various artists, through Oct. 7.
Coda Gallery (804 Main, Park City, 435-655-3803) — Art by Cassandra C. Barney, Heather Barron, David Dornan, Aaron Fritz, Charlie Snow, Ben Steele and more.
Covey Center for the Arts (425 W. Center, Orem, 801-852-7007) ?— "On the Edge of Whimsy," by Jack Morford and Chris K. Pratte, through Sept. 29. "Places with Faces," photography by Mark A. Philbrick, through Oct. 27.
Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 801-392-6935) — Art by Bob Child, pottery by Jim Simister and watercolors by Pam Christiansen Simons, through Oct. 1.
Fairview Museum of History & Art (85 N. 100 East, Fairview, 801-427-9216) — Works by Avard Fairbanks, Lee Udall Bennion, Ella Peacock, Max Blain, Dale Peel, John Heber Stansfield, Edith Roberson, Ted Wassmer and others.
Gallery 25 (268 Historic 25th St., Ogden, 801-334-9881) — "Utah Images," by various artists, through September.
Gallery East (451 E. 400 North, Price, 435-613-5327) — "The Rephotography of George Edward Anderson's Environmental Portraits," by Peter L. Goss, through Oct. 6.
Gallery MAR (580 Main, Park City, 435-649-3001) — "Wherever I May Roam," by various artists.
Great Basin Cooperative (449 Main, Park City) — The gallery opening features a retrospective of 50 paintings by Gary Ernest Smith.
Joseph F. Smith Building Gallery (BYU campus, Provo) — "Educating the Soul: Our Zion Tradition of Learning by Faith," featuring videos, antiques, facsimiles, photographs and letters. The exhibit is on permanent display.
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