February Gallery Stroll - February 17, 2017 6-9pm


15th Street Gallery – 1519 S 1500 E; 801-468-1515
Featuring Carole Wade and Douglas Smith for the February Gallery Stroll.

A Gallery – 1321 S 2100 E; 801-583-4800
Presenting Fabricated: Recent Works by John O’Connell.

Alice Gallery – 617 E South Temple; 801-236-7555
Featuring Collect, a collaboration between the Utah Division of Arts & Museums and Salt Lake County exhibiting recent and contemporary art acquisitions from both agencies.

Alpine Art – 430 E South Temple; 801-355-1155
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Anthony's Fine Art and Antiques – 401 E 200 S; 801-328-2231
Meet and see new works by Utah painter Aaron Stills, whose works have won multiple awards at annual Springville Museum of Art Salon.

Art Access – 230 S 500 W #125; 328-0703
Presenting Dreams of a Lucid Traveler by Aleta Boyce, a multi-media installation of hand crafted light sculptures and Ancient Nights by Mark Toso, photos of ancient ruins under night skies.

Art at the Main – Ground floor of the Main City Library, 210 E 400 S; 801-363-4088
Presenting the serious wit of Brent Hale in Creatures of Imagination. Hale’s ceramics make anyone smile. The artist’s reception will be accompanied with live music by Atrim Rose.

Arte Haus Collectif – 352 E 900 S; 949-303-8383
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Arts of the World Gallery – 802 S 600 E; 801-532-8035
Presenting work by Sally Neilson and Hailey Emmerson Write.

CONCEPT – 368 W 900 S; 801-541-6900
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

CUAC– 175 E 200 S; 385-215-676
Presenting Get Over It by Jared Steffensen and Christopher Kelly (in the front gallery) and Cake by Scott Malbaurn of Oregon (in the back gallery).

David Dee Fine Arts – 1709 E 1300 S #201; 801-583-8143
Featuring new acquisitions including Utah artists, Lee Deffebach and Doug Snow.

David Ericson Fine Art – 418 S 200 W; 801-533-8245
Presenting new paintings by Kathleen Peterson.

Evergreen Framing Co. & Gallery – 3295 S 2000 E; 801-467-8770
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Every Blooming Thing – 1344 S 2100 E, 801-521-4773
Presenting a wide assortment of new work by gallery artists.

Evolutionary Healthcare – 461 E 200 S; 801-519-2461
Presenting mixed media figurative and landscape work by Mike Lawlor.

Finch Lane Gallery – 1340 E 100 S (in Reservoir Park); 801-596-5000
Presenting paintings by John Sproul in his exhibition Body to Body, Howard Brough’s whimsical paintings and canticles in his exhibition holey moley: signs n’ wunderz, and 100 ceramic masks by H. James Stewart in his exhibition The Wall.

Glass House – 3910 Highland Drive; 801-666-8968
Presenting new paintings by Robert Mellor. As in previous exhibitions, Mellor explores the tension between highly stylized forms and representation through his hard edge layered process. Shifting forms collide on the surface of the work, balancing frozen gestures with the organic.

God Hates Robots – 314 W 300 S #250; 801-596-3370
Presenting Oh the Tragedy, an exhibit of new paintings and drawings by local artist Jason N Jones. Jones' recent paintings and drawings have explored the landscape genre through a stylized lens influenced by animation, old children’s books and pattern design. In Oh the Tragedy the artist introduces natural disasters into his tableau.

Harmons Grocery City Creek – 135 E 100 S; 801-428-0365
Presenting paintings by Margaret Willis.

Hope Gallery – 151 S Main; 801-532-1336
Featuring a distinct collection of European masters from the 16th to 21st centuries, including the largest collection of original Danish works (outside the national museums) by notable artists such as Bloch, Kroyer, Henningsen, Wegmann and Molsted.

HORNE Fine Art – 142 E 800 S; 801-533-4200
Featuring two shows - All the World's A Stage, paintings by Karen Horne which celebrate theatres and dancers, and Wall of Delight, an assembly of gem-like seasonal landscapes by Phyllis Horne. Also red-rock landscapes by emerging artist Ryan Cannon, displaying his distinctive approach to shape and color.

Illume Gallery of Fine Art – 60 E. South Temple, #115; 801-210-2853
Presenting new work by Julie Rogers.

Lanny Barnard Gallery – 74 S Main; 801-364-4482
Presenting the fabulous images of Lanny Barnard. Stop in a see all of fine art and accessories featured in the store.

Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts (MICA) Gallery – 631 W North Temple #700; 801-596-0500
Presenting Hands Up, Don't Shoot, a multi-artist exhibit that explores themes of abuse of power by law enforcement and violence against underrepresented groups.

Michael Berry Gallery – 163 E 300 S; 801-521-0243
Presenting Beautiful Details. Explore beauty defined within the finest details, as seen in both the excellent landscape waterways of water-colorist Lola Kartchner and the wildlife paintings of the renown Carel P. Brest van Kempen, a recipient of the Artists for Conservation Medal of Excellence.

Modern West Fine Art – 177 East 200 South 801-355-3383
Presenting Aje’ Ji’ – The Heart Way by Shonto Begay and new works by Woody Shepherd. Begay allows his dreams to create pictorial expressions of Native experiences and lands. Shepherd’s bold landscapes demand presence. His dramatic techniques of layering paint create depth, texture and compelling composition.

Mountain West Hard Cider – 425 North 400 West; 801-935-4147
Mountain West Hard Cider is a strong supporter of local businesses and artists happily featuring local Park City artist David Volsic this quarter. David’s art has evolved from the pastoral nature surrounding Jackson Hole, Wyoming to the iconic beauty of the Wasatch Mountains and colorful cityscapes of Park City, Utah. Visit Mountain West Hard Cider to meet artist David Volsic and join us for a free cider tasting until we close at 7:00pm.

Nostalgia Café – 248 E 100 S; 801-532-5638
Presenting new work by Athena Splett. This collection of prints represents two years of playful experimentation while learning to screen print and developing stylistically. Some are quick jots, some the result of time-consuming trials with new and challenging techniques. Each piece was hand-drawn, separated into color layers, and screen printed by hand, in runs of twenty to thirty.

Phillips Gallery – 444 E 200 S; 801-364-8284
Presenting new regional landscape oil paintings by Earl Jones and ceramic sculpture c. 1970-80’s by the late Larry Elsner. Also showing, new mystical paintings by Lebanese artist Marwan Nahlé.

Rio Gallery – 300 S Rio Grande; 801-245-7272
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Shades of Pale Tap Room – 2160 S West Temple; 435-200-3009
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Slusser Gallery – 447 E 100 S; 801-532-1956
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

Sorenson Unity Gallery – at the Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 South 900 West; 801-535-6533
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

TURN City Center for the Arts –511 W 200 S #160, 801-924-0347
Creation and creativity are very important to the artists at City Center for the Arts, an arts-based day program for adults with disabilities. In February TURN celebrates their 5th anniversary! In addition to our exhibit of artwork from varied artists, join TURN for live music, a silent auction, and a community canvas for all to paint and collaborate on.

Thyme and Place–362 E 900 S; 385-218-1684
New to Gallery Stroll, Thyme and Place is hosting Seeds of Circumstance, a student exhibit produced by the Ogden Museum of Contemporary Art. Thyme and Place is a locally owned horticultural boutique. It is a gathering place for the celebration of the Living Earth and all the beautiful complexities of plant life and perfect environment to enjoy Seeds of Circumstance.

Urban Arts Gallery – 137 South Rio Grande Street; 801-651-3937
Presenting Wonderland, a trip down the rabbit hole that features multiple artists who have created pieces based on Lewis Carroll's characters and their adventures in Wonderland.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art – 20 S West Temple; 801-328-4201
Presenting Rona Pondick and Robert Feintuch's Heads, Hands, Feet: Sleeping, Holding, Dreaming, Dying; The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be curated by Susan Caraballo; Mary Rothlisberger’s From Nothing to Nothing is No Time At All; Niki Chan Wylie’s Only God Can Judge Me; and Imagining UMOCA, a collection of imagined possibilities for expanding the museum to serve its diverse and growing audience.

Vive Juicery – 219 E 300 S; 801-824-9190
Closed for February Gallery Stroll.

 


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