Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, Art Talks, events, and information about exhibitions including: "Kazuo Kadonaga: Wood Paper Bamboo Glass," and "Utah Arts Council 2001 Visual Artist Fellowship Recipient Exhibition."
Unwind during the month of October on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 8:00 for the SLAC semi-annual art and concert series. Relax, socialize, and enjoy great contemporary art, good food and drinks, and wonderful live music by some of Salt Lake's favorite musicians -- "Shanahy;" "Cottonwood;" "the Micheal Waterman Band;" and "Maggie Beers and Julie Mark."
The movement of light and color is the subject of Edith Carlson's paintings. Her canvases almost breathe, their geometric forms imbued with a radiance that seems to emanate from the multiple paint layers infused with nearly imperceptible gradations of color. Color and light advance and recede, shift as one walks past or observes from a distance, gain fresh perspective as effects first unseen are newly discerned. Even at night, and with the passing of the seasons, the paintings assume a particular kind of color and glow that is often dramatically different from that of the day. in these nuances of movement are found the magic of Edith Carlson's work. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, Art Talks, and information about exhibitions including: "Jack Dollhausen A 30-Year Start," "Chester Arnold Urban Invasion," "Victor Kastelic Cloudburst," and "Perspectives of Conflict."
A conceptual exhibition centered on a life size, stylized courtroom installation, and an investigation of the perspective of each essential player in the courtroom--judge, jury, witness, perpetrator, victim, attorney--and the difference between these views. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
Seven: program guide for May 1997 SLAC ad containing information about exhibitions and art talks. Exhibitions include: "Trevor Southey: Reconciliation," "Joseph Marotta: Without Memory," and "Gary Barton, Brian Christensen, and Joe Ostraff: Legends of Entelechy."
An event benefiting the Salt Lake Art Center held on June 12, 2004. The event includes a raffle for a 1997 metallic red Harley-Davidson Sportster, live auction, silent auction, dinner, dancing and the unexpected.
Personal experiences serve as the point of inception for this collaborative body of work by these Utah artists, through the use of paintings, mixed media prints, and mixed media sculpture each artist relates to his story of the viewers. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
The Reality of Abstraction: Painting in Utah 1946-1996; In An Abstract Light: Bob Bauer, Time Gallagher, Bill Lee
"The Reality of Abstraction: Painting in Utah 1946-1996," features paintings by three Utah artists. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space November 22, 1996 - January 21, 1997. "In An Abstract Light: Bob Bauer, Time Gallagher, Bill Lee," features abstract photographs by Bill Lee, Tim Gallagher and Bob Bauer. The photographs show inventive photographic renderings of stained metal, decaying woodwork, painted walls with graphic symbols and messages. Exhibition held in the Upper Gallery space November 15, 1996 - January 5, 1997.
An event benefiting the Salt Lake Art Center held on May 16, 1998. The event includes cocktails and hor d'oeuvres, live auction, silent auction, formal dinner, dancing. Silent auction included chairs by the following artists: Amy Adams, Gary Barton, Carol Biddle, Kathleen Carricaburu, James Charles, Ric Collier, Lucy Fairchild, Greg Glazier, Brent Godfrey, Lafarne Hungerford, Rachel Kezerian, KidsmArt, Kurt Knudsen, Larry Limberg, Willy Littig, Frank McEntire, Meredith Moench and Susan Beck, Sara Northerner, Maureen O'Hara Ure, Joseph Ostraff, Traci O'Very Covey, Valerie Parker, Pilar Pobil, John Rees, Robin Lee Roberts, Erik T. Sieg, Will South, J. W. Stetich, Bonnie Sucec, Gary Vlasic, and Sam Wilson.
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center with words from the Director, membership information, Art Talks, and information about exhibitions including: "Fast Forward: Growing Up in the Shadow of Hollywood," "Crossroads: A Teen Response to Life in Salt Lake City," "Crossroads: Mapping Salt Lake: A Teen Documentary," "Ken Little: Little Changes, a Retrospective," and "Paul Stout: The New American Landscape."
This exhibition examines through the work of thirty individual artists, both historic and contemporary, a myriad of personal interpretations of this intriguing and basic element of our existence. Many of the images are sublime, still others are confusing or mysterious. All are intriguing and reflect the continual change characteristic of this non-static substance - WATER. The viewer should be challenged by the content of each individual work and how the artist has interpreted, appropriated or utilized water as and illusion, metaphor or subject. Simultaneously each person should be encouraged to reflect on their current appreciation and understanding of the theme of this exhibit. Awareness of this powerful, unique element is essential especially to those of us living in the arid west. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
Newsletter created by the Salt Lake Art Center information about SLAC, hours, events, history, current exhibitions in the Main Gallery, "As They See It: Contemporary Landscapes by Utah Artists," "The Reality of Abstraction'" the Upper Gallery, "Surface," "In an Abstract Light: Time Gallagher, Bob Bauer, and Bill Lee," upcoming exhibits and events.
"As we emerged from the underground each day, we shed our wet, yellow slickers and hung them in baskets high in the dry, the locker room. They looked like figures slumped high above my head. Now in my studio, my slicker hangs high in its basket ...a skin of a former life. On the windowsill, Mrs. Butterworth sits as the motionless matron. Outside, children and garden grow. Not far away, gold is leached by the rainbird." Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
Pamphlet containing information about the Spring exhibits at SLAC. Exhibits include "Percent For Arts" in the Main Gallery space, "Soy Un Testigo" in the Upper Gallery, and "Tai Loc Huynh: Life Goes On" in the West Hallway. The pamphlet also includes a summer exhibition list and an ad for the grand opening of the Salt Palace Convention Center.