- OPENING THIS WEEK
- Sunday, July 9Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 649-8882) - Main gallery: "1995 Kimball Art Center Open Painting Exhibition," featuring work from Utah artists. Badami gallery: Nature photography by Gary Grubb. Both through Aug. 13.
- Monday, July 10
Myra Powell Gallery (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8444) - Paintings and drawings by Mataumu Toelupe Alisa through July.
- Tuesday, July 11
University of Utah Hospital Lobby - Sculpture from many different cultures and time periods will be on display through Oct. 10. Metal, clay, stone, wood, ivory and mixed media will be represented.
- Thursday, July 13
Gallery 56 (56 W. 500 South, 533-8245) - Paintings, drawings and etchings by James T. Harwood and Harriet Richards Harwood through July 28. Opening reception is Thursday, July 13, 3-7 p.m.
- Friday, July 14
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple, 328-4201) - Main gallery: "Putt Modernism," a special installation of 18 holes of miniature golf, each hole created by a prominent contemporary artist, through Sept. 10.
- Saturday, July 15
Hippodrome Gallery* (FHP Health Care, 2500 S. State, 461-6617) - "FHP/Take Care 1995 Members Art Exhibition," featuring work by members of FHP, 18 and older, through Aug. 12.
- CONTINUING EXHIBITS
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Cottonwood (4835 S. Highland Drive
Cottonwood MallT, 278-9855) - Photocollages by Hillary Garrett and photographs by Judy Mayer through Aug. 27.
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Hidden Valley (Hidden Valley Mall, Draper, 576-8500) - Varied media by Stacee Clayton, to continue indefinitely.
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Foothill (1400 Foothill Drive, Foothill Village, 583-6431) - Paintings by Mary Ann Hess through July 23.
Anderson-Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 524-8278) - "Personalities in Colored Pencil" by Dorothy Nix through Aug. 4.
Art Barn/Park Gallery (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) - "Faces, Mirrors, Maps and Tapestries," featuring work by Marcelino Stuhmer through Aug. 11.
Atrium Gallery (third floor, Salt Lake City Public Library) - "Heroes and Legends," featuring the works culled from the library's permanent collection, the collection of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and from artist John Schafer through Aug. 15.
C Gallery (466 S. 500 East, 359-8625) - "A is for Archer - the dancer in bronze" through Aug. 31.
Chase Home Museum (Liberty Park, 533-5760) - "Underneath the Western Skies: Folk Art From Utah Ranches," featuring the work of 50 living folk artists from 18 Utah counties through Oct. 22.
Color Litho Gallery (1055 S. 700 West, 972-1056) - Artwork by Al Rounds, Helen Paul, Kurt Randall and other artists. Upstairs gallery: Selections by Norman Rockwell and Charles M. Russell.
Leftbank Gallery* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) - Drawings by Lucy Fairchild, sculptures by Ari Siegel and work by Sonja Dinsdale through July 14.
Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-2299) - "Sacred Connections: Native Art of the American Southwest," curated by senior museum curator Richard Oman, through Aug. 13. East Gallery: "Jesus Once Was a Little Child . . . ," an exhibit designed especially for children, through Aug. 13. Also, "Visions of Faith: Selections from Latter-day Saint International Art Competitions," which opened in January, will remain open for nearly a year, closing Jan. 7, 1996.
Olpin Union Gallery (University of Utah, 245 University Union, 581-7469) - "Ecclectic," non-representational paintings by K. Hart through July 21.
Petersen Art Center Gallery (1025 E. 2100 South, 467-5444) - Selected paintings by high school students through July 22.
Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) - Summer group show runs through Sept 2.
Rio Grande Cafe (270 S. Rio Grande, 364-3302) - Paintings and drawings by Sonya Dinsdale through July 30.
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple, 328-4201) - "Uber Frau:" Paintings by Pip Brant. Also, "Additions," featuring new work in the permanent collection. Both through July.
Salt Lake Community College (Markosian Library Art Gallery, Redwood Campus, 4600 S. Redwood Road, 957-4905) - Photography by John Wiemer through July 24.
Sandy City Library (10100 S. Petunia Way
1450 EastT) - In the children's department Mark Graham's work from his picture books through Aug. 30.
Schorr Gallery - West Jordan City Hall (8000 S. Redwood Road, 569-5100) - "Local Color," featuring the work of Karleen Logan and Stan Elmer.
Stone Age Crafts Gallery (3695 S. 300 West) - Pottery by Richard Barker and pottery/photography by Steve Keen through July 28.
Sweet Avenues Branch Library (455 F St., 524-8276) - "Beautiful Birds and Incredible Insects" through July 31.
Twigs & Moore Art Gallery (Gardner Historic Village, 1095 W. 7800 South) - Works by Arnold Friberg, Eric Dowdle, Robert Duncan, Thomas Kincade and Alan Maley. Exhibit ongoing.
Tyler Library (315 Wood St., Midvale) - Work by Marla Duggins through August.
University of Utah Hospital Lobby - "Making a Good Impression," featuring prints - relief, intaglio, planographic, stencil and digital - and printmaking tools, through July 10.
Utah Museum of Fine Art* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 581-7332) -Val A. Browning gallery: "For Purpose and Pleasure: Quilting Together in 19th-Century America" through Sept. 10.
Williams Fine Art* (Main Lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) - Works by Kent Wallis, Richard Murray, Al Rounds, Alvin Gittins and early Utah artists. Exhibit is ongoing.
* Member, Salt Lake Art Dealers Association.
- OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Park City (1890 Bonanza Drive, Park City Plaza, 649-2722) - Works in color by Deborah Dvorak through Sept. 30.
Alliance for the Varied Arts (43 S. Main, Logan, 753-7058) - "Utah 94: Painting, Sculpture and Mixed Media," featuring work by Utah artists through Aug. 5.
Brigham City Museum-Gallery (24 N. 300 West, Brigham City, 723-6769) - Award-winning quilts by Darlene Scow through July 29.
Central Utah Arts Center (80 N. Main, Ephraim, 283-5110/4195) - Stained glass by artist Deann Ercanbrack through Aug. 1.
College of Eastern Utah (451 E. 400 North, Price, 637-2120, Ext. 297) - Works by Joe S. Venus, featuring paintings and prints of the prehistoric Fremont Indian culture and wildlife art of Nine Mile Canyon through Aug. 31.
Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 392-6935) - Paintings by Robert Arway and Margo Gallegos through Aug. 30.
Layton Heritage Museum (404 Wasatch Dr., Layton) - "The Beginning of a Farming Community," featuring paintings by Larry Wade through July 26.
Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 378-2787) - "Modern Icons: Home, Sea and Spirit," featuring the paintings of Alex B. Darais through Aug. 18; "American Musical Instruments from the Metropolitan Museum of Art," through Sept. 30; "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection, on display through August 1999; "C.C.A. Christensen's Mormon Panorama," through September; and "Out of Print: Works by 25 Utah Artists," through September; "West Meets East: Folding Screens and Paintings" by Allen West through August, and an installation by world-renowned artist Patrick Ireland, through the summer.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (650 N. 1100 East, Logan, 797-0163) - NEH Museum of Art (Utah State University, Logan, 750-1351) - Harrison Gallery: "Nora Eccles Harrison Ceramics Collection," through August.
Nicolaysen Art Museum (400 E. Collins Drive, Casper, Wyo., 235-5247) - "Ghost Town," a collaborative installation by Deborah Aschheim, Bev Beck Glueckert and Christine Pinney Karkow through August. Also, "Ceramics Invitational" exhibit featuring regional artists Duane Brandt, Phyllis Kloda, Debbie Matthew, Matt West, Scott Chamberlain, Carolyn Wagner and Lynn Munns, through July 23. "Images of the Land: Works from the Nicolaysen Art Museum collection," through Aug. 27. Some of the artists exhibiting are Rodney Kerswill, Lyle Tayson, Conrad Schwiering, Kirk Randle, Rupert Conrad and Montana and Steve Naegle.
Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, Springville, 489-2727) - "The 22nd Annual National Quilt Show" through July 25. Also, etchings, paintings and drawings from Mahonri Young, Louise Richards Farnsworth and Hal Rosenbaum through July.
Sun Valley Center Gallery (5th and Washington Streets, Ketchum, Idaho, 208-726-9491) - Watercolors by British artist Tony Foster, featuring renditions of the Lost River Range, the Sawtooths, the White Clouds and Copper Basin through August.
- CALL FOR ENTRIES
Entries are now being accepted for the Days of '47, Arnold Friberg $2,000 Art Scholarship Award, sponsored by the Art Instruction Schools of Minneapolis. Open to all Utahns pursuing a career in art. Submit two slides or photos of work. Photos must be no larger than 4-by-6 inches. Photos and slides will not be returned. Deadline for submissions is Monday, July 10. Winner will be notified by July 14. Arnold and Heidi Friberg will be the judges. For more information, write to Arnold
Friberg Scholarship, 1901 E. 9400 South, Sandy, UT 84093.
The Art Access Gallery is accepting exhibit proposals from individual artists and organizations for 1996. Proposed exhibits may include work by emerging and established artists, artists with and without disabilities, exhibits speaking to social issues, children's exhibits and exhibits focusing on, and/or presented by underserved groups, organizations and individuals. Entries are due by July 15. For entry form and more information, call 328-0703.
Quiltmaker magazine will award more than $10,000 in prizes to the top four winning entries in the magazine's "Let's Celebrate! Quilt Challenge" contest through Nov. 6. Prizes include a top-of-the-line Pfaff sewing machine, yards of fabric, the newest quiltmaking books, quality tools and supplies and more. For a complete set of rules and entry form, send a self-addressed, stamped, legal-size envelope to: Quiltmaker's $10,000 Let's Celebrate Challenge, Box 4100, Golden, CO 80402.
The 1995 Utah Women Artists' Exhibition announces a call for entries. The theme of the exhibition is "A Celebration" of the history of Utah women artists. Entry deadline is Sept. 15. For more information about the exhibition and call for entries, contact Elaine Fast, 546-2830.
The Bountiful/Davis Art Center will sponsor "Summerfest International Arts and Folk Festival 1995" Thursday-Saturday, Aug. 10-12. The festival will be at Bountiful City Park, 400 N. 200 West, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Space for artists' booths is available on a first-come first-serve basis and requires a non-refundable fee of $100 for the 10-by-10-foot area. Only fine art and handmade crafts may be sold at the festival. Artists must submit a minimum of two slides or photographs representative of the artwork for sale. Each artist must provide all easels, tables, chairs, displays, etc. needed for their booth. For applications and additional information, contact the Bountiful/Davis Art Center, 2175 S. Main, 292-0367.
4 Utah/Smith's Food and Drug announces a snapshot photo contest. Categories include Utah outdoors, kids, pets, sports, smiles, beauty and glamour and vacations. Grand prize will be a vacation for four to San Diego, including round trip air fare, hotel accommodations, rental car and FunBook discount coupon book, all from Southwest Airlines. Other prizes will also be awarded. All entries must be received by Tuesday, July 31, at 5 p.m. at 4 Utah studios, 1760 Fremont Drive, Salt Lake City. Entry forms and rules are available at all Utah Smith's Food and Drug photo labs/video counters and at 4 Utah. For more information, contact Scott Terrill at 975-4525.
The Schorr Gallery announces "Introspect," an open photographic exhibit. The gallery has created this exhibition to bring together the works of serious photographers displaying a look into their minds, feelings and views of life. Entries for the show will be accepted at the gallery, located at the West Jordan City Hall, third floor, on Tuesday, July 25, 2 p.m.-7 p.m. The exhibit is open to all living Salt Lake County photographers, three entries per photographer. All works must be originals, framed, wired and ready to hang. A nonrefundable fee of $7 for each entry ($18 for three) should be made payable to the City of West Jordan and must accompany the photographs. For more information, call West Jordan City Hall at 569-5100 (Arlene) or Arts Council at 254-3696 (Nicole).