- OPENING THIS WEEK
- Sunday, May 17Union Gallery (Olpin Student Union, University of Utah, 245 University Union, 581-7469) - "Rendered Thoughts," featuring work by Loren Ybarrondo, through May 23.
- Saturday, May 23
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple) - "The Interval Between Being and Not-Being," featuring paintings by James Charles, through June 28. Opening reception Friday, May 22, 6-9 p.m.
- CONTINUING EXHIBITS
Alpine Art and Frame (430 E. South Temple, 355-1155) - Contemporary abstract works by Steve Larson and paintings by Julie Jacobsen.
Aperture Gallery (307 W. 200 South, No. 1003, 363-9700) - A group exhibit, "Hand-colored Black & White Photographs," through June 13.
Art Access Gallery* (339 W. Pierpont Ave., 328-0703) - "We Live in a War Zone... My Hero is a Porcupine," mixed media works by third and fourth grade students from Washington and Wasatch Elementary, through June 5.
Art Barn/Finch Lane Gallery* (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) - Sculpture by Carin J.C. Fausett, featuring works in wood, steel and wax, as well as soft mediums such as fabric and leather. Also, "Blood Ties: Photographers View Their Families," featuring work by Wayne Chubin, Tim Gallagher, Russ Gorman, Sean Graff, Michelle Macfarlane and Suzanne Simpson. Exhibit runs through May 29.
Art Barn/Park Gallery* (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) - "Transferred X 4," featuring Polaroid and emulsion transfer pieces by Marguerite Roberts, Berry Banks, Rick Graham and Daniel Hendriksen, through May 29.
Art Works Inc. (14 E. 300 South, 363-1717) - The works of Homero Aguilar through May. Also, a rotating exhibit of works by Ann DerGara, T.L. Lang, Enrico Embroli and Annora Spence.
Arts of Utah Gallery* (2226 S. 700 East) - "Raku and Evolutions," featuring ceramics works by Ken Marvel, through June 12.
Artspace Artists Association (337 W. Pier-pont Ave., California Rubber and Tire Building) - New works and works in progress.
Atrium Gallery (fifth floor, Salt Lake Public Library) - Arts of Japan, through June 11.
C Gallery (466 S. 500 East, 359-8625) - "B is for Blackburn: Spacescapes & Serigraphs," through May 30.
Cherry Street Gallery (4790 S. Cherry St., 281-0075) - Works by Lee Anne Walker, Ian Ramsey, Red Allen, Jim Despain, Steve Harvey, Randall Lake, Julie Jacobson, Cynthia Binyon, Don Coy, Rick Jackson, Dave Sorenson, Scott Ruston, Steve Harvey, Paul Brimhall and Arlene Connolly.
Chroma Gallery (170 W. 2950 South, 487-4316) - Acrylics-serigraphs by Darryl Erd-mann. Exhibit ongoing.
D.B. Gallery (125 E. 6100 South, Murray, 268-9562) - Ongoing exhibit of Utah artists Richard Murray, Dave Keough and Jim Weiss.
Dolores Chase Gallery* (260 S. 200 West, 328-2787) - "The Young and the Bold," featuring works by Brian Christensen, Roland Thompson and Karolyn Snarr, through June 12.
Don Brady Drive Through Gallery (1301 S. 2100 East, 582-4500) - Paintings by Richard Murray, through May.
Excell Gallery (Inkley's, 2150 S. State, 486-3921) - Photographs from members of the Intermountain Professional Photographers Association, through June 30.
Framery (1519 S. 1500 East) - Works by Glania Perova.
F. Weixler Gallery (132 E St., 534-1014) - Works by Valoy Eaton, Harrison Groutage, Kimball Warren, Karl Thomas and Dennis Smith and others.
Holladay Library (2150 E. 4800 South, 943-4636, Ext. 334) - Watercolors by Vera Walker of the Intermountain Society of Artists, through May.
King's Cottage Gallery (2233 S. 700 East, 486-5019) - Ongoing exhibit of Utah landscapes and cityscapes by Susan Gallacher, Rick Graham, Rob Adam-son, Linda Curley, Trent Ellis, John Hughes and Brad Slaugh.
Lamb's Restaurant (169 S. Main, 364-7166) - Fine art photography by John Aldrich and Martin Maier, through June.
Leftbank Gallery* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) - Paintings by John Alan Nyberg and ceramics by H. James Stewart, through May 30.
Light Spot (1043 E. 900 South) - "GI-GAN-TI/DRAGHGLI/EROI" (the Giants, the Dragons, the Heroes), featuring glass from Murano, Italy, by artisans Noti Massari, Renato Toso and Roberto Pamio.
Lost Art Gallery (4699 Holladay Blvd., 568-0659) - Metaphysical/New Age art.
Moonbird Studio (353 W. 200 South, Studio No. 301, 322-3816) - Kids' art from "Bad Dog Rediscovers America," urban kids mentoring project. Exhibit is ongoing.
Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-2299) - "A Season, a Time, and a Purpose: Images of the Sacred in Landscape," featuring paintings by 27 Latter-day Saint artists, through February 1999. Also, "Towards the Eternal Center: Israel, Jerusalem and the Temples," an exhibit on loan from the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, through June 29. "The Homemade Kingdom: Nineteenth-century Mor-mon Regional Furniture," featuring furniture created by 19th century LDS converts, through Jan. 18.
Nativo (353 W. 200 South, 531-8555) - Contemporary interpretations of antique Victorian jewelry by Cheryl Elliot.
Oasis Cafe - Golden Braid Books (151 S. 500 East, 322-1162) - "Light Out of Africa," featuring photographs by Jelisa Peterson, through June 14.
Original Way Gallery (33 W. Center, North Salt Lake) - Prints by Portland artists Judy Hokanson and Jonnel Covault, as well as work by local artists David Montanaro and Ursula Bradauf-Craig, through June 2.
Petersen Art Center Gallery (1025 E. 2100 South, 467-5444) - "Love Making Art," featuring selected works by high school age artists, through June 10.
Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) - New works by Peggy Moore, Edith Carlson and Bonnie Phillips through June 12.
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple) - "A View of 9," featuring work by Amy Adams, Jennifer Hillam Barton, Drex Brooks, Wyne Chubin, Downy Doxey-Marshall, Andrew Glantz, Brian Kersishnik, Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu & Joseph Ostraff and Kati Slater, through July 5.
Salt Lake City-County Building (451 S. State) - Photographs by Kent Miles, celebrating 150 years of ethnic pioneers in Utah.
Salt Lake Public Library (209 E. 500 South, 524-8200) - "A More Perfect Union: Japanese-Americans and the United States Constitution," featuring photographs, videos and documents on the federal detention camps in remote areas of the country. The exhibit runs through June 11 on the second floor of the library.
Sandy City Library (10100 S. Petunia Way
1450 EastT) - "On the Wild Side," featuring photographs by Scott C. Woodcox. (The photographs can actually be heard.) Exhibit runs through May.
Schorr Gallery - West Jordan City Hall (8000 S. Redwood Road, 569-5100) - "Associated Utah Artists," through May 29.
Sego Gallery (637 E. 500 South, 328-9848) - Group show with works by Kathy Wilson, Ken Baxter and Sam Collett.
Silvertip Gallery (664 Union Square, Sandy, 571-9504) - Ongoing exhibition of sculpture by William L. Jorgensen, Dee Jor-gen-sen, R.L. Blair, Victor Reece, Avard Fairbanks and Shawn Beeler.
Sweet Avenues Branch Library (455 F St., 524-8276) - "It's All in the Family: The Harrington Family Exhibit," featuring art by members of the family, through May 19.
Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery (627 Trolley Square) - Exclusively showing Kinkade's works. His original painting, "Bridge of Faith," is on exhibit, as well as other limited edition canvases and paper images.
Tivoli Gallery* (255 S. State, 521-6288) - Patented process sculpture and acrylic paintings by Rose Marie Russell.
Twiggs & Moore Art Gallery (Gardner Historic Village, 1095 W. 7800 South, 255-3004) - Works by Arnold Friberg, Eric Dowdle, Robert Duncan, Thomas Kincade and Alan Maley. Exhibit ongoing.
Tyler Library (315 Wood St., Midvale) - Acrylics and watercolors by Vera Walker of the Intermountain Society of Artists.
University Hospital (Medical Drive, 2nd floor) - "Everybody's Art: Exploring Multiculturalism," featuring work of decorative arts from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, through June 28.
Urban Arts Gallery (Second floor, Trolley Square, 322-3111) - Group show with Karl Pace, Tom Mulder, Richard Murray and Jim Stewart.
Utah Museum of Fine Art* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 581-7332) -"Images and Words," featuring student writings on art, through June 30. Also, "Renaissance at the Jungle's Edge: Genesis, Prohibition and Rebirth in the Art of the Asmat" and "Dancing in the Face of Power: Masks from the Owen D. Mort Jr. Collection of African Art," through July 26. Also, "The Val A. Browning Memorial Collection of 500 Years of European Masterworks," featuring paintings by Brueghel, Gainsborough, Fragonard, Corot, Van Dyke, Vigee Le Brun and many others. The exhibit will run indefinitely.
Utah State Historical Society (300 Rio Grande, 533-3500) - "A Woman's View: The Photography of Elfie Huntington (1868-1949)," through June 30.
Williams Fine Art* (Main Lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) - Several pieces by Utah UPA artist Howell Rosenbaum. Also, works by early Utah artists including John Hafen, J.T. Harwood, LeConte Stewart, Maynard Dixon and others, through June.
Zia Fine Art Gallery (Trolley Square, upstairs, 359-9235) - "Dortia Series," featuring paintings by Derek K. Nielsen, through May.
* Member, Salt Lake Art Dealers Association.
OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY
Alliance for the Varied Arts (43 S. Main, Logan, 753-7058) - Three person exhibition, featuring Peter Everett, Neil Jussila and Suzy Kitman, through May 23.
Artists' Gallery (95 E. Telegraph St., St. George, 628-9293) - Photographs by Keith L. Gray, through May.
Bountiful/Davis Art Center (745 S. Main, Bountiful, 292-0367) - Works by Tom Howard, Elayna Clegg, Jinny Snow and Lester Lee, through June 20.
Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery (Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 586-5432) - Large portraits of animals by Andy Warhol. Also, senior portfolios by students. Both exhibits run through May 29.
Brigham City Museum-Gallery (24 N. 300 West, Brigham City, 723-6769) - "Trail of Iron," featuring photography that documents construction of first transcontinental railroad, through June 27.
The Coda Gallery (804 Main, Park City, 655-3803) - "Group Show," featuring David Dornan, Chris Young, Brad Aldridge, Paul and Silvia Davis, Ray Hare, Patty Kimball, Ron Richmond, Doug Himes, A.D. Shaw, Dennis Smith and many more. The gallery also shows jewelry, glasswork and fabrics.
Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 392-6935) - Main floor gallery: Paintings by Deborah Dvorak. Third floor gallery: "Textures in Art," featuring work taken from the Art Center's permanent collection. Carriage House gallery: Paintings and drawings by Narwin Sjoberg. All exhibits run through May 30.
Fairview Museum of History & Art (85 S. 100 East, Fairview, 427-9216) - Forty additions to the Theodore Milton Wassmer collection, including Osral Allred, Bonnie Posselli, Rick Graham, Will South, Lee Deffebach, Wulf Barsch and others. Also, the museum collection of Avard Fairbanks, Florence Ware, Jon Rappleye, Ella Peacock, John Heber Stansfield, Lee Udall Bennion and others. Utah '97, a photography exhibit will run through June 3.
Flat Rabbit Gallery (421 Main, Park City, 435-649-2155) - Paintings by Pilar Pobil, David Montanoro, Jan Perkins and Guy Buffets signed limited editions. Exhibit ongoing.
Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 378-2787) - "Allegories of Empires," featuring bird lithographs of the British empire during the 19th century. The exhibit runs through Sept. 5. Also, "Questioning Context: A Spectator Sport," featuring 12 works of art, through June 7. Also, "From Heart and Hand: Religious Folk Art," featuring Polish folk art, through July 21. Also, "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection, on display through August 1999.
Myra Powell Gallery (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8444) - Art by Gil Bennett, Ben DeSoto and Andy Watson, through May 30.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (650 N. 1100 East, Logan, 797-0163) - "Theatrical Threads: An Exhibition of Costumes from Utah State University's Theatre Arts Department," through June 14.
Park City Gallery (592 Main, Park City, 649-4514) - Oils by Gary Smith and Steve McGinty and pastels by Yugoslavian artist Marinko Cetvei.
St. George Art Museum (47 E. 200 North, St. George, 634-5942) - "Landmarks," featuring new work by Wallace Lee, "All in the Family: A Parson Family Exhibit" and "Explorations in Iconolatry & Idolization." All through May 30.
Taminah Gallery (608 Main, Park City, 655-3264) - Continuing exhibit of works by Jim Wilcox, William Reese, Walt Gonske, John Encinias, Zhang Wen Xin, Veryl Goodnight, Sandy Scoot, Joseph Bohler, Shirley Thompson Smith, Dean Mitchell, Kirk Randle and Lowell Ellsworth Smith.
Torrey Gallery (80 E. Main, Torrey, 425-3909) - Works by artists who live in or are influenced by the Capitol Reef area: Doug Snow, Tony Smith, Paul Davis, Sylvia Davis, Wulf Barsch, Bonnie Posselli, Carol Brown, Patricia Kimball, Doug Braithwaite, David Muench, John Telford, Susan Beck, Scott Peterson and Lyman Whitaker.
Weber State University (visual arts department, Ogden, 626-6445) - Annual Student Exhibition through June 5.
Worthington Gallery (789 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, 435-772-3446) - Pottery by Greg Worthington, Jim Stewart, Bruce Larrabee and Suzanne Storer. Also, paintings by Willamarie Huelskamp and sculptures by Lyman Whitaker.
- CALL FOR ENTRIES
The 1998 Kimball Art Center announces a call for entries for its Annual Open Painting Exhibition. Entries must be received by June 1. For requirements, fees and entry form, call the Kimball Art Center at 435-649-8882.
The 1998 Native American Art Awards will be held in Monument Valley, Utah. The last date artwork may be submitted for the awards is May 23-24. All forms of artwork are welcome. Work should be turned in at the Monument Valley High School or Comb Ridge Trading Company in Bluff, Utah.
The Springville Museum of Art announces a call for entries for its 1998 Quilt Show, which will run from June 28 through Aug. 9. Open to all quilters in the United States, the entries will be divided into a Masters category and an Artisan category. Quilts will be accepted for judging from Wednesday, June 17, through Saturday, June 20. For more information and entry forms, call the museum at 435-489-2727.
The Museum of Northern Arizona is requesting youths from across the Colorado Plateau to submit artwork for its Spring Youth Arts Celebration in May. The exhibit will run from May 23-31. Youths ages kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to participate. The deadline for entries is Monday, May 18. For more information and to request an entry packet, call the museum at 520-5211 ext. 241.
The Salt Lake Arts Council is now offering applications for 1998-99 city arts grants. Those interested in receiving the guidelines and applications can pick them up at the Art Barn (1325 E. 100 South) during regular office hours or call 596-5000. Applications are due June 1 before 4:30 p.m.