- OPENING THIS WEEK
- Monday, June 13
The Central Utah Art Center (86 N. Main, Ephraim) - Drawings and paintings by Sara Straw, through July 13.
- Tuesday, June 14
Dolores Chase Fine Art* (260 S. 200 West, 328-2787) - Paintings by Doug Fryer and Ron Richmond, through July. Reception Friday, June 17, 6-9 p.m.
University of Utah Hospital (lobby) - "Six Months in the United States," 24 drawings by itinerant artist Albert Tissandier, through Aug. 26.
- Friday, June 17
Atrium Gallery (Main Library, 209 E. 500 South, 524-8234) - Paintings by Lori Nelson, through July 26. Reception Wednesday, June 29, 6:30-8 p.m.
- CONTINUING EXHIBITS
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Cottonwood (4835 S. Highland Drive, 278-9855) - Color photography by Marguerite Roberts, through June 26.
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Foothill (Foothill Village, Suite 240, 583-6431) - "Beads & Bones," bead art by Melissa Hubbell, through Aug. 20.
Ancient Future Cooperative Gallery (863 E. 900 South, 539-8777) - Arts and crafts by co-op members and consignees, through June.
Anderson/Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 524-8278) - "Mimbres, 1000-1250 A.D.," art by Gerrie Martinez, through June.
Art Access* (Very Special Arts Utah, 328-0703) - "The Class of '94," portraits from the Salt Lake Community High School by photographer Kent Miles, through June.
Art Barn (54 Finch Lane, Reservoir Park, 596-5000) - Finch Lane Gallery: Installation by Trent Alvey and mixed-media works by Steve Dayton and Craig Glidden, through July 22. Park Gallery: 18th Annual Exhibition of the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, through July 1.
Atrium Gallery (Salt Lake City Public library) - "The Uses of a Book," through July 14.
C Gallery (466 S. 500 East, 359-8995) - "R is for Red Rocks," serigraphs by Geoffrey Blackburn. Also works by Joan Nelson and L. Stuart, through June.
Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art (Liberty Park) - Navajo basketry exhibit, weekends only, through spring and summer.
Every Blooming Thing (444 S. 700 East, 521-4773) - Upstairs Gallery: Summer gala featuring pottery by Patrick DePaulis; also works by 14 gallery regulars, through July.
FHP Hippodrome Gallery* (2500 S. State, 461-6617) - "Whoopi Ti Yi Yo: Cowboy Culture in Utah," through July 2.
Gittins Gallery (161 AAC, University of Utah) - Art Department Student Show, through June.
Glendinning Gallery (UAC, 617 E. South Temple, 533-5895) - Exhibition of prints by Utah-born Pablo O'Higgins, through June.
Holladay Library (2150 E. 4800 South, 943-4636, Ext. 334) - Oil paintings by Lorretta Derr, through June.
LDS Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-4615) - "International Art Competition: Living the Gospel in the Worldwide Church," through Sept. 5. "In the Beginnings: Stories from the Old Testament," through June 12.
LeftBank at Pierpont* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) - "Small Works," a juried exhibition of art by Utah high school students, through June 23.
Petersen Art Center (1025 E. 2100 South, 467-5444) - Exhibition of paintings by Yugoslavian refugee artist Marinko Cetvei, through June.
Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) - "Uncommon Creations, Jewelry and the Figure," through July 2.
Repartee Gallery (1400 S. Foothill Drive, 582-6810) - Exhibit featuring winning paintings in the Intermountain Society of Artist's (ISA) show, through June 25.
Round Door Gallery (105 N. 400 West, Suite #6, 531-0565) - "Spiritual and Enlightening Works of Susan McKean, Fred Lyman and Mark Johnson," through June.
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple, 328-4201) - Main Gallery: "Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth," an installation by Susan Cheal, through July 1. Upstairs Gallery: "Hunting," an installation by Ross Coates, through June 29. Also art exhibit by students of the Lincoln Elementary School, through June 28.
Sandy City Recreation Center (440 E. 8680 South, Sandy) - Artwork by Joe Lubbers, through June.
Southam Gallery* (50 E. Broadway
300 SouthT, 322-0376) - "Shaw & Stats," two-person exhibit featuring works by A.D. Shaw and Kathryn Stats, through June 20.
Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, 489-2727) - Three main floor galleries: "21st Annual Quilt Show," through July 23. West Gallery: "Russian & American: Detente," through July 23.
Sweet Library (455 F St., 524-8276) - "Cottonwood Canyon Formations," photography by Horst Holstein, through July 1.
Tyler Library (315 Wood St., Midvale) - Oil paintings by Bing Greener, through June.
Utah Museum of Fine Arts (University of Utah
101 AACT, 1530 E. South Campus Drive, 581-7332) - Hansen Gallery: "Art of the Asmat," through July 3.
Williams Fine Art* (Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) - Woreks by Kent Wallis, Richard Murray, Al Rounds and other early Utah artists, through August.
* Member, Salt Lake Art Dealers Association.
- OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY
A Woman's Place Bookstore - Park City (1890 Bonanza Drive) - Watercolors by Jan Richins, through July 17.
Alliance for the Varied Arts Gallery (Bullenn Center, 43 S. Main, Logan, 753-2970) - "An Exhibition of Prints," works by Robert DeGroff and James S. Spence, through July 2.
Bountiful/Davis Art Center (2175 S. Main, 292-0367) - New works by Ruth Hewlett, Jossy Lownes and Anne Munoz, through July 1.
Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery (Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 586-1997) - "Sitting Pretty," a traveling exhibit featuring 20 full-size and fully functional chairs. Also paintings by Kamyar Esmaeli, through June.
Brigham City Museum/Gallery (24 N. 300 West, 723-6769) - Cartoon exhibit featuring cartoons by Al Capp, Mort Walker, Jim Berry, Hank Ketchum, Tom Wilson and others, through June 25.
Dan O'Laurie Museum (118 E. Center, Moab) - "Desert Works," recent artwork by Royden Card, through June.
Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden) - Main Gallery: Paintings, sculptures and pottery by David W. Jackson, through June 24. Carriage House: "Harry's Little Guys," a print exhibition by Harry G. Taylor, through June 24.
Heritage Museum of Layton (403 Wasatch Drive, Layton, 546-3524) - New works by two artistic families: Kent Wallis and son Eric; and Dawna Barton, son Kent and daughters Jill Gerrard, Brooke Morrison and Linn Done, through July 17.
Historic Utah County Courthouse (51 S. University, Provo, 465-2601) - Artwork by seven members of the Utah County Art Board, through June 30. Reception Sunday, June 12, 3-6 p.m.
Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 649-8882) - Main Gallery: "1994 KAC Open Painting Exhibit." Badami Gallery: "Brad Chidester Retrospective," through July 6.
McCurdy Historical Doll Museum (246 N. 100 East, Provo, 377-9935) - "Bride Dolls" exhibition, through June. Admission charged.
Meyer Gallery (305 Main, Park City, 649-8160) - "Silver Anniversary Show," featuring artwork by more than 30 artists who have been represented by the Meyer Gallery during the last 25 years, through June.
Old Town Gallery (444 Main, Park City, 645-7724) - Paintings and woodcuts by Royden Card, as well as artwork by other gallery regulars, through June.
NEH Museum of Art (Utah State University, Logan, 797-1412) - Caine Gallery: "The Year in Review - New Artworks from the Permanent Collection." Also "4th Biennial Drawing Exhibition," through August. Also "Beauty and the Bold," a retrospective exhibition of works by Lee Deffebach, through July 3.
St. George Art Museum (175 E. 200 North, St. George, 674-4256) - "Abbott and Connell: Separate and in Common," paintings by Gregory Abbott and sculpture by Bunny Connell, through June 24.
Utah State University (Logan) - Tippetts Gallery: An exhibit of artwork by father/ daughter team Jon and Joni Anderson, through June 17.
- CALL FOR ENTRIES
Utah '94: Painting, Sculpture & Mixed Media (July 10-Sept. 4, Utah Museum of Fine Arts) - Juried exhibition open to visual artists residing in Utah. Entrants are limited to three works done within the past two years and not previously accepted in a juried exhibition. No entry fee. Juror: Ilene S. Fort, curator of American Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Up to $10,000 will be available for purchases and awards. Awards reception July 10 at 3 p.m. Receiving dates at UMFA: Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For prospectus containing entry forms and information, call 533-5757.
T-shirt design competition (Aug. 19-21, Art Access Gallery) - Artists living or working in the area bounded by North Temple to 400 South and West Temple to 500 West are invited to enter a competition to design T-shirts for the "Celebrating the Wild Westside" Neighborhood Street Fair. The winning design will be silk-screened. Image size should be 14-by-14 inches and make use of high contrast and flat colors. No more than six colors should be used. The winning artist will receive $250 and a T-shirt. All designs must be submitted by 5 p.m. on June 20 at the Art Access Gallery, 339 W. Pierpont Ave. For details call 328-0703).
Statewide '94: 20th Annual Competition (July 5-Aug. 26, Eccles Community Art Center) - Juried exhibition open to all artists presently residing in Utah. Mediums accepted: paintings, prints, monoprints, drawings, graphics, pottery, sculpture and textiles. Photographs are not eligible. Artists can submit up to two entries. $5 per entry ($3 for members of ECAC). Work must be original. Juror: Sam Gappmayer, director, Salt Lake Art Center. Receiving dates: Friday and Saturday, June 24 and 25, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entries must include name of artist, title, medium and price/insurance value. Identification tags will be provided when art is submitted. For details, call 392-6935.
Altered Realities: Innovations in Photography (Sept. 1-Oct. 28, Finch Lane Gallery, 506-5000) - Juried exhibit open to professional photographers and artists whose work is better known in mediums other than photography. Applicants must reside along the Wasatch Front. Entries limited to original works from photographically derived processes. Deadline for slides and entry form is Aug. 1. Guidelines and entry forms are available from the Salt Lake City Arts Council by calling 596-5000. Deadline for slides and entry forms is Aug. 1.
Summerfest International Arts and Folk Festival (Aug. 12-14, Bountiful City Park) - Spaces for artists' booths are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A non-refundable fee of $85 (three days) or $65 (two days) will reserve a space approximately 10-by-10 feet. Each artist must provide easels, tables, chairs, displays, etc. Anyone who did not participate in 1993 must submit slides or photographs of artwork. For applications, call BDAC, 292-0367.