Jun Kaneko: "...the issue of scale is one thing you cannot avoid."
This exhibit includes large-scale paintings and drawings, larges-scale ceramics, glass and bronze works, as well as site-specific installations of a tile wall and striped laminated glass spiral. This is a rare opportunity for viewers to draw visual connections among the five different media and to appreciate the range/magnitude of this remarkable artist's experience and skill. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
scale, Salt Lake Art Center, Glassworking, bronze, installations, size, meditation
David Kimball Anderson: To Morris Graves
David Kimball Anderson
California-based sculptor David Kimball Anderson pays homage to the late Abstract Expressionist painter Morris Graves through his installation of cast bronze and steel sculptures which are based on the vase forms in Graves' flower paintings.
Salt Lake Art Center, painting, Abstract Expressionist, bronze, steel
Eileen Doktorski: Domestic Arsenal
The installation is an overwhelming mound of objects-turned-weapons, either found or donated to the project or cast in ceramic or bronze, surrounded by walls plastered with news reports. It is an indictment and verdict, a memorial and a shrine, revealing the horrors of domestic violence, Doktorski is a sculpture professor at Utah State University. Exhibition held in the Projects Gallery space.
Violence, Art exhibitions, ceramics, bronze, sculpture