September Gallery Stroll - September 16, 2016 6-9pm.

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A Gallery15th Street Gallery – 1519 S 1500 E; 801-468-1515
The 15th Street Gallery will be featuring Courtney Derrick, Aaron Memmott and Justin Wheatley for September 2016 Gallery Stroll.

A Gallery – 1321 S 2100 E; 801-583-4800
Presenting new sculptures by Ryoichi Suzuki. Suzuki’s work is inspired by the flowing energies of being, nature, and the human body. He skillfully uses lines and planes in calm, minimalist ways to create a subtle sense of peace and reflectiveness.

Alice Gallery – 617 E South Temple; 801-236-7555
Presenting Iterations: New work by Sue Martin and Nancy Vorm with special guest, classical guitarist Gabino Flores. In this exhibit, two artists explore their subject or motif through multiple iterations with varied media and varied emphasis on formal design elements.

Alpine Art – 430 E South Temple; 801-355-1155
Presenting The Breakfast Bunch. Sue Valentine, Dottie Miles, Marian Dunn, Steven Sheffield, Nancy Droubay and Judy Mayron have been meeting for breakfast every Friday morning for over 20 years! Their artful conversations consist of current trends, art exhibitions, and even critiques from one another. Alpine Art will be honoring this great group of artists with an art exhibition– Meet The Breakfast Bunch!

Anthony's Fine Art and Antiques – 401 E 200 S; 801-328-2231
Presenting Mary Sauer. Winner of this year’s National Portrait Society of America Award of Exceptional Merit, Sauer trained at the University of Utah and BYU, before studying in New York and working with the international superstar artist Jeff Koons. Visit Anthony’s to see dozens of new works and meet the artist.

Alice GalleryArt 270 Gallery – 270 S Main; 801-953-0747
Art270 Gallery is excited to present Finding Barbie’s Desert Soul. Two artists, Patricia Dinu (Romania) and Anselm Spring (Germany) will collaborate to present their obsession with the iconic plastic doll in a desert setting.

Art Access – 230 S 500 W #125; 801-328-0703
Presenting the 4th Annual ART2GO Invitational Group Exhibit. This invitational features art by 39 artists priced in categories from $50 -$500. The best part? You get to take your art with you when you buy it ¬ that's because it's Art2Go! Also, Savor the Small, paintings by Stephanie Hock

Art at the Main – Ground floor of the Main City Library, 210 E 400 S; 801-363-4088
Presenting John Stout’s Master of the Miniature. These painting are amazing, and you will be surprised how small they are. Live music during reception.

Arte Haus Collectif – 352 E 900 S – 949-303-8383
Introducing new textured artwork from Jon Norberg. Also exhibiting new and enchanting works from Holly Addi and Jenny Prinn. Visit the new Morkna Fall Collection and dwell shop, stocked full of new curated artful finds.

Arts of the World Gallery – 802 S 600 E; 801-532-8035
Presenting custom alters, and other beautiful woodwork by Charlie Hasting.

Charley Hafen Jewelers - Gallery – 1411 S 900 E; 801-521-7711
Presenting Of Hammer and Spindle by textile artist, Kristy K. Bartley and metal smith, Susannah Ravenswing.

CONCEPT – 368 W 900 S; 801-541-6900
Presenting featured artist Tyler Smith and his striking acrylic on canvas. Also introducing Irish Peay and her unusual abstracts on canvas. Relax in the unique warehouse atmosphere. Light hors d'oeuvres, drinks and desserts will be served.

Anthony's Fine ArtCUAC – 175 E 200 S; 385-215-6768
CUAC is pleased to present Discover Zaqistan: The Art of Adventure by the Zaqistan Tourism Board. The Republic of Zaqistan is located just west of the Great Salt Lake. Founded in 2005 by New York City-based artist Zaq Landsberg as a response to the political climate at the time, the project continues to be conceptually tied to current events. This year, Zaqistan is opening up its doors to tourism and partnering with CUAC to host expeditions into the desolate nation as well as an exhibition on the country.

David Dee Fine Arts – 1709 E 1300 S #201; 801-583-8143
Experience this literally once-in-a-time opportunity to collect seminal works by important Utah artists Waldo Midgley, George Dibble, Doug Snow, Don Olsen and many others. David Dee Fine Arts is assisting the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art to deaccession selected works from its permanent collection, to benefit UMOCA’s mission to present contemporary art.

David Ericson Fine Art – 418 S 200 W; 801-533-8245
Presenting Season, paintings and sculpture by Brian Kershisnik.

Every Blooming Thing – 1344 S 2100 E, 801-521-4773
Featuring local art from a variety of artists - water colors, oils, mixed media and more. Artists include Clint Whiting, Nancy Layton, G.J. Labonty, Christina Pellegrino, Mary Ann Free Smith, Pam March, Sandi Olson, Joan Zone and Colleen Howe.

Evolutionary Healthcare – 461 E 200 S; 801-519-2461
Presenting Bob Bauer Photography. Bauer is a long time Utah photographer and artist. Having shot in several genres over the years, his current shooting is what he calls 'Real Abstracts', unaltered photographs of things that appear to be abstract paintings, most of which is found on the sides of Railroad cars on the West Side.

Finch Lane and Park Galleries / Art Barn – 1340 E 100 S (in Reservoir Park); 801-596-5000
Presenting 35x35, the recurring exhibition featuring the young generation of Utah artists juried by Artists of Utah. Showcasing thirty-five Utah artists who are thirty-five years old or younger, 35x35 provides an opportunity for the public to engage with a broad range of styles and interests, and gives the artists the opportunity for important professional development at an early stage in their careers.

Art at the MainGlass House – 3910 Highland Drive; 801-666-8968
Featuring the work of Jordan Daines. The paintings are about observation, offering a retelling of memory and experience through the manipulation of color and form. Things such as lips and meat, which may easily be forgotten as commonplace or banal take on new significance when removed from their context and ordinary ways of being seen.

God Hates Robots – 314 W 300 S #250; 801-596-3370
Presenting Victory by Fletcher Booth with an opening reception during Gallery Stroll.

Green Loft Co-Op – 2834 S Highland; 801-879-4691
Presenting Jacob Shirley.

Harmons Grocery City Creek – 135 E 100 S; 801-428-0365
Featuring the works of Susie Polychronis. Susie uses text in her paintings as a way of reflecting her mood at the time of each painting, shaped by what is going on in life at that moment. The clever, thought-provoking phrases, painted in acrylic on canvas are displayed in black and white and shades of grey.

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 – 42 E 800 S; 801-533-4200
More "Travels", including jazzy new street scenes from New York, Park City and San Fran by Karen Horne and new Cache Valley and desert landscapes by strongly emerging artist, Ryan Cannon. Also enjoy new Art of Dance paintings.

Illume Gallery of Fine Art – 60 E South Temple # 115; 801-210-2853

HORNE Fine ArtLanny Barnard Gallery – 110 Trolley Square, 706 E 600 S; 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 Institute of Culture and Arts (MICA) Gallery – 631 W North Temple #700; 801-596-0500
For the month of September, MICA is pleased to present Rainbow Variance, an exhibit by Andrew Alba. Rainbow Variance is a body of work that explores the intersection of race and ethnic identity. These are the personal stories of white, afro latinx, brown, bi-racial, queer and undocumented people found within the Latinx community.

Michael Berry Gallery – 163 E 300 S; 801-521-0243
Presenting Poetic Expressions, new works by Amal Kawar.

Miri Gallery – 3605 S West Temple; 385-414-5988
Presenting Welcome to My World: Mental Health Awareness through Art. When words fail to express the emotions associated with mental health struggles, art opens a powerful avenue of communication. Welcome to My World: Mental Health Awareness Through Art is a juried exhibition featuring 16 artists from across the United States, and aims to promote resilience and hope, as well as raise awareness about mental health. You won’t want to miss this poignant and impactful exhibit!

Modern West Fine Art – 177 East 200 South 801-355-3383
Presenting Limelight, a solo exhibition of mixed media works by Dick Jemison. Jemison’s works are a consolidation of his influences driven by a vague, abstract notion and ideal of beauty. They reflect on his interests of evocative marks and detritus of our civilization.

Mountain West Hard Cider – 425 North 400 West; 801-935-4147
Mountain West Hard Cider is a strong supporter of local businesses and artists and is happily featuring local artist Jenni Thompson. Jenni is a third generation artist from Spring City, Utah. Visit Mountain West Hard Cider to meet the artist and enjoy some hard cider! Free tastings until closing at 7:00pm.

Nostalgia Café – 248 E 100 S; 801-532-5638
Presenting new works by Reese Wallace, a 26 year old artist living in the suburbs of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Painted Note – 1483 S Major Street, 801-634-9526

Phillips GalleryPhillips Gallery – 444 E 200 S; 801-364-8284
Presenting abstract oils and monotypes by Tom Bettin and Utah scenery in vibrant watercolor by Rebecca Livermore.

Sarina Villareal Gallery –149 S Main; 801-739-5594
Presenting a pop-up gallery concept featuring the work of local artist Sarina Villareal. Working with both botanicals and figures on a 2D surface, Villareal’s work is an exploration of memory, the ability to recall memory, and a metaphor for its deterioration overtime.

Shades of Pale Tap Room – 2160 S West Temple; 435-200-3009
Presenting a light installation by Jennifer Hairr. As a theatrical lighting designer, Hairr looks for the angels, colors, and textures that evoke feelings and engage the audience.

Slusser Gallery – 447 E 100 S; 801-532-1956
Presenting terrific paintings by regular gallery artists from Utah, California, France and Russia, including work by Anastasia Dukhanina, Randall Lake, Bryan Mark Taylor and many others. Refreshments will be served.

Sorenson Unity Gallery – at the Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 South 900 West; 801-535-6533
Presenting Works by 3rd Annual Alfred Lambourne Prize Recipients. In 2014, FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake established the Alfred Lambourne prize, an annual recognition and celebration of regional creativity inspired by our inland sea. FRIENDS invited creative work inspired by the Lake in the forms of visual art, literary art, sound and movement.

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. The center acts as a studio for thirty developing artists with a wide variety of interests and perspectives. This month will feature a series of vibrant food dye paintings.

Urban Arts Gallery – 137 South Rio Grande Street; 801- 230-0820
The 6th Annual Blick Skate Deck Show will feature over 100 art works made using skate board decks from over 90 artists. Also featuring works from street style artists Jorge Arellano (Stencil Jam), Ryan Harrington and David Born.

UAF GalleryUTah Artist Hands – 163 E 300 S; 801-355-0206
Presenting Ron Russon’s Bits & Pieces, small pieces of bigger paintings inspired by Instagram shots.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art – 20 S West Temple; 801-328-4201
Presenting Brazilian artist Berna Reale’s video and performance exhibition Singing in the Rain, Jennifer Seelys’ Supporting Elements, Jim Williams’ 265 I… Home as Self-Portrait, local artist Andrew Rice’s layers upon layers of entrapment expressed through his new work titled (re)Structured and Object[ed]: Shaping Sculpture in Contemporary Art, and Sehnsuct, a whimsical gallery using Jell-O skins and fantasy imagery that asks us to reclaim and examine our imaginations.