Be a part of art in Salt Lake City

279aFrom pottery to paintings, ceramics to sculpture, contemporary to classic, Salt Lake City’s art offerings are as varied as the people who view them. Be a part of art at monthly Salt Lake Gallery Strolls held the third Friday of every month.

Established in 1983, the A Gallery and its courtyard sculpture garden feature contemporary art with a collection of paintings, prints, photography and sculpture by established and emerging artists. Th e A Gallery also provides art consultations, custom framing and installation.

The Alice Gallery is located in the historic Glendinning Mansion, and along with the Rio Gallery, is part of the Utah Division of Arts & Museums. Both galleries host shows by Utah artists, including two-dimensional, sculpture and digital works with a contemporary emphasis. Th e Alice Gallery also features works from the State Fine Art Collection.

280The non-profit Art Access Gallery shows contemporary works by emerging and established artists both with and without disabilities. Art Access Gallery offers frequent exhibitions, including the annual “300 Plates” spring fundraiser, a lively event featuring small works by 150+ artists— a perfect way for new collectors to purchase original artwork.

Alpine Art offers over 350 original works, and hosts frequent curated group shows and receptions for regional established and emerging artists. Their professional art consultants and onsite custom frame shop guide patrons in selecting the best pieces to fulfill their design concepts.

280aSalt Lake City Arts Council’s Finch Lane Gallery hosts seven juried exhibitions throughout the year, plus an annual Holiday Craft Market that represents artists living in Utah. Upcoming exhibitions include: Colour Maisch and Gary Vlasic; and Artists of Utah 35 x 35 Exhibition (35 artists under the age of 35).

At the Charley Hafen Jewelers Gallery, owner Charley Hafen creates a wide range of handcraft ed custom jewelry using computer renderings, wax models and the “lost wax casting process.” Other artisans display unique pieces made with ethnic beads and stones. The historic 1921 building also houses an airy upstairs gallery, exhibiting monthly shows of works by regional and international artists.
Experience traditional art of the American West from artists like Maynard Dixon, Henri Moser, and Emile Gruppe at David Dee Fine Arts. Presenting works by early Utah artists, itinerant painters of the Rocky Mountains and Southwest, and Regional Modernists, David Dee Fine Arts also specializes in Japanese woodblock prints.

281Housed in the historic Immanuel Church, Anthony’s Fine Art & Antiques off ers over 25,000 square feet of museum-quality fine art, including masterworks of western art, European artists of the 17th – 20th centuries, and 20th century Russian artists. An extensive selection of European antiques, decorative arts, jewelry and architectural elements is also available.

281aEstablished in 1965, the Phillips Gallery is the oldest commercial gallery in the Intermountain West. Three floors of exhibit space feature works in a full range of media and subject matter by artists who have an association with Utah. The Phillips Gallery also provides consulting, appraisal and installation services.

281bModern West Fine Art features collages, sculptures, textiles and paintings — unique interpretations of western landscapes and people that impart the spirit of the contemporary West. Dynamic mixed-media pieces by Dolan Geiman, Stanley Natchez and Nathan Florence, bold paintings by Billy Schenck and Kevin Red Star, and ceramics by Suzanne Hill are some of the works displayed

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