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February 20 - 22
Over 60 works by Alexei Butirskiy. , Friday 6-9 pm, Saturday 11-2 & 6-9, and Sunday 10 am-1 pm
Park City Fine Art - Park City
February 27 Jeff Clay - recent photographs from the Kingdom of Cambodia. Opening Reception, February 11, 7-9 pm on the second floor. Jewish Community Center - Salt Lake
March 7 Hidden Voices: Native Peoples & Lynn Blodgett Photography - Working with underrepresented populations, the Hidden Voices program offers a safe outlet for expression through art projects, developing skills and building community in Utah County. Running concurrently, Lynn Blodgett's photographs capture individual portraits and exceptional moments in this skilled series. Woodbury Art Museum - Orem
March 10 Hal Wing Photography Collection - A collection of images by significant 20th century photographers Woodbury Art Museum - Orem
March 13 Francis Zimbeaux and Waldo Midgley. Represented in this exhibit are works spanning eight decades of insightful, intelligent and joyous creation. Waldo Midgley (1888-1986) and Francis Zimbeaux (1913-2006) Opening reception February 20, 6-9 pm Phillips Gallery - Salt Lake
March 14 Exploring Red - Featuring the works of 15 Utah Artists from traditional to abstract Horne Fine Art Gallery - Salt Lake
March 17 Winter Art Exhibit Bountiful Davis Art Center (In the Old Courthouse) - Farmington
March, 2018 Shaping America: Art and Identity: Selected Works from the Permanent Collection of American Art is a five-year exhibition that illustrates how America is shaped by outside and inside influences over a period of 250 years. Pieces include furniture, paintings, Native American art and other works that convey the dichotomous variety in American artwork. Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo
March 29 28th Annual Robert N. & Peggy Sears Dixie Invitational Art Show & Sale Sears Art Museum Gallery - Eccles Fine Arts Center - St. George
March 43rd Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show - The Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show is the best exhibition of its kind in the Mountain West. The Springville Museum of Art and our sponsors wish to foster original visual art among Utah teenagers by providing a professional forum for student artists. For many students this exhibition will be their first taste of competition, something they will encounter in their future art careers in college and later in the professional world. Springville Museum of Art - Springville
April 11 Still Amok in Mud - Brent Hale sculptures. Artist's Reception, Friday March, 20, 6-9 pm, during the gallery stroll. Music by Os Corvos, Brazilian Ban Art at the Main (Main Library) - Salt Lake
April 18 Kim Schoenstadt Block Plan Series: Provo - Schoenstadt’s work plays with the intersection of architecture, sculptures, color, line, history, culture, and concepts. According to the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, “Her ‘mash-up drawings’ allow her to defy the laws of gravity while incorporating architecture into site-specific installations.”  Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo
April 26 Beyond Memory: The Daydreams of Corinne Geertsen - A sometimes humorous, always insightful collection of pictures assembled digitally from photos of ancestors creating surreal and quirky visual narratives about psychological predicaments. Watch for odd juxtapositions, non sequiturs, and the possible element of surprise Springville Museum of Art - Springville
May 9 Here Comes the Gown: 150 Years of Wedding Dresses. The dresses will be accompanied by oral history stories available for listening, as you move through the tableaus.  Every dress has a history. Relive the weddings; bring back the memories for those extraordinary events of impending change in the lives of all. St. George Art Museum - St. George
May 17 Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art presents the rich and varied contributions of Latino artists in the United States since the mid-twentieth century. The exhibition is drawn entirely from the Smithsonian American Art Museum's pioneering collection of Latino art. It explores how Latino artists shaped the artistic movements of their day and recalibrated key themes in American art and culture. Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake
June 20 Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo
July 18 Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920 – 1941. This exhibiton provides dramatic examples of the spectacular craftsmanship and sophisticated design that defined an iconic style long associated with Japan.  Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo
July 26 (con) text - From an ancient Egyptian wall relief to medieval illuminated manuscripts to the contemporary practices of John Cage, Bruce Nauman, and Willie Cole, this exhibition looks at the way visual artists have harnessed the power of language to document, to inspire, to inform, and to persuade. [con]text also explores how language itself constantly evolves, leading to both the loss and creation of meaning. Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake
August 24, 2018 e.g.: Brian Patterson - video installation. MOA contemporary art curator Jeff Lambson said, “Patterson is interested in how we navigate the landscape around us. Through his subtle use of color and movement, he combines the gestures of painting with video drawing us into his meditative artworks.” Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo
June 6, 2016 Voices: People, Places and Ideas in Utah Art - images of individuals from different time periods and social or economic backgrounds as they pursue varied interests and engage in different life experiences.  Springville Museum of Art - Springville

UPCOMING EXHIBITS:

Feb 24 - 26 27th Annual Art & Soup, Community Nursing Services fundraiser. Opening night Premiere, Feb 24 5:30 - 9:00 pm $150 or $99 Early Bird Reservations. Feb. 25 & 26, $18 Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, $18 Dinner: 5:00 - 9:00 pm Community Nursing Art & Soup - Salt Palace, Room 155 - Salt Lake City
Feb 26 - Aug 7 Duane Linklater, an Ontario-based multimedia artist of Native American heritage, is the eleventh artist in the UMFA’s ongoing Salt series—semi-annual exhibitions showcasing work by emerging artists from around the world. Through his salt exhibition, Linklater directly engages the Museum's permanent collection to explore the complex transformation of indigenous works into museum objects. Salt 11 will feature 3-D printed plastic sculptures of three-dimensional objects and photographic copies of textiles from the UMFA’s American Indian collection. Opening Reception February 26, 4-7 pm Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake
February 27 Solo Show  - Brian Kershisnik, during gallery stroll Meyer Gallery - Park City
February 27 Steve Songer, Jake Songer & Robert Moore. Opening Reception, February 27, 6-9 pm Montgomery Lee Fine Art - Park City
Feb 27 - Mar 13 Matt Flint – “From Field to Forest” Gallery Mar - Park City
March 6 Annual Soup N’ Bowl to benefit the St. George Art Museum, For a ticket price of only $20 per person, attendees will get to choose a bowl from a wide variety created and donated by local potters and enjoy a delicious lunch of soup, bread, and dessert. Participants will also have the opportunity to bid on gorgeous art pieces offered in the Silent Auction and to meet some of the potters who donated bowls and auction items.11 am to 1:30 pm St. George Art Museum - St. George
March 13 First Sugar House Art Walk, Where Art Thrives. Paricipating exhibitors: Unhinged, Local Colors, The Green Loft, Joffee's Coffees, One World Gifts, Rockwood Studios, Artistis Framing Co., Sugar House Coffee, Saltgrass Printmakers, Brittany Golden Studio, Cameron Wellness Center. 6-9 pm Sugar House
March 20 - April 3 Rebecca Kinkead – “Wild Life” Gallery Mar - Park City
March 20 - May 2 Where We Live - Utah Watercolor Society, Cache Valley Chapter 2015 Spring Open Exhibition Logan Fine Art Gallery - Logan
March 27 Group Show - The Landscape, featuring Josh Clare, during gallery stroll Meyer Gallery - Park City
April 23 - 27 Randall Lake’s upcoming one-man show “Paris Rock n’ Roll” will showcase new paintings from his recent two-month stay in Paris. “While I was in Paris, I made a point not to repeat sites I had previously painted on former trips,” says Lake. Since coming back from Paris, Lake has been working in his studio, experimenting with techniques he saw in Paris museums—cloisonism, the cross-hatching of parallel brush strokes (Paul Cezanne and Emile Bernard); and painting on paper mounted to linen (Toulouse-Lautrec, Emile Bernard). The show also will feature other works—interiors, still life, landscapes and cityscapes of Utah, and Southern California. Randall Lake Studio - Gutherie Artist Studios - Salt Lake
April 26 Beyond Memory: The Daydreams of Corinne Geertsen Springville Museum of Art - Springville
April 26 Portraits of Childhood: Artwork from the Permanent Collection of the LDS Church Springville Museum of Art - Springville
May 13-16 The Dixon Camp Out - much more than just an art show. In fact, it's not really an art "show" at all. This event is a gathering of artists, collectors, community, and friends who love art. The Dixon Camp Out began on December 1, 2014 with an online sale, featuring the work of participating artists. The Dixon Camp Out culminates with a paint out event from May 13-16, 2015 in Mt. Carmel. Join them online and in Southern Utah this spring! Thunderbird Foundation for the Arts - Mt. Carmel
May 17 Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, From the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake
Aug 29 - Dec 13, 2015 Pastures Green and Dark Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape - Drawn from the remarkable collections of National Museum Wales, this exhibit offers visitors a rare opportunity to follow, in a single span, the rise of landscape painting in Britain through works from such masters as Claude Monet, J. M. W. Turner, John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, and Richard Wilson. The exhibition unfolds a story that runs from the Industrial Revolution, through the eras of romanticism, impressionism, and modernism, to the postmodern and post-industrial imagery of today. Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake
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Jeff Clay Cambodia
Jeff Clay - Kingdom of Cambodia
thru February 27
Jewish Community Center - Salt Lake

 

Hal Wing Photography Collection
Framed Photographs, Josef Sudek, gelatin silver print, twentieth century.
Hal Wing Photography Collection
thru March 10
Woodbury Art Museum - Orem

 

Sugar House Art Walk
First Sugar House Art Walk
Where Art Thrives

February 13 & March 13
6-9 pm
Sugar House

 

Bountiful Davis Art Center
Winter Art Exhibit
thru March 17
Bouniful Davis Art Center - Farmington

 

Happy Valley by Lynda Burrguss
Happy Valley by Lynda Burrguss
Where We Live
UWS-CVC 2015 Spring Exhibition
March 20 - May 2
Logan Fine Art Gallery - Logan

 

Brent Hale
Brent Hale Sculptures
thru April 11
Art at the Main - Salt Lake

 

Randall Lake
Randall Lake
Paris Rock 'n Roll
April 23 - 27
Randall Lake Studio - Salt Lake

 


May 13-16
Thunderbird Foundation for the Arts
Mt. Carmel

 

Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami
Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami
thru June 20
Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo

 

Japanese Art Deco
Japanese Art Deco
thru July 18
Brigham Young University Museum of Art - Provo

 

(con) text
(con) text
July 20
Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Salt Lake

 

Voices SMOA
Voices: People, Places and Ideas in Utah Art
thru June 2016
Springville Museum of Art - Springville

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