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OPENING THIS WEEK

Monday, July 10

Peteetneet Art Gallery (10 N. Peteetneet Blvd. (600 East), Payson, 1-801-465-3579) — A private collection of Georgia O'Keeffe calendar art through Aug. 4.

Saturday, July 15

Anderson-Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 1-801-524-8278) — Paintings by Jeanne Denny Hansen through Sept. 7. Artist reception Friday, July 28 at 7 p.m.


CONTINUING EXHIBITS

A Gallery (Creekside Place, west of Cottonwood Mall) — New Western landscape paintings by Jared Sanders through July. Also, works by Gary Collins, Brian Christensen, Brent Godfrey, Victoria Hixon-Longaker, Cynthia Jeppson, Galina Perova, Jared Sanders, Terry Scheid, David Smith-Harrison, Trevor Southey and Dahrl Thomson.

A Photo Gallery (307 W. 200 South, No. 1003, 1-801-363-9700) — "Vintage Salt Lake City, circa 1900," featuring the black-and-white photography of James Shipler, through July 17.

Alpine Art and the Robin Grey Gallery (430 E. South Temple, 1-801-355-1155) — Works by Larry Christensen, Leigh Anne Boye, Rehle Higham, LeConte Stewart and more.

Art Access Gallery* (339 W. Pierpont Ave., 1-801-328-0703) — "Metamorphosis: The Changing Face of Salt Lake City," featuring paintings by Bevan Chipman and Kindra Fehr.

Art Access II: "Little People," featuring the mixed-media drawings of Kinde Nebeker and Sam Ashley. Both exhibits run through July 28.

Art Barn/Finch Lane Gallery* (54 Finch Lane, 1-801-596-5000) — Paintings by Ann Pineda and photography by Shane Huntsman and Camille Schubert, through July 21.

Art Barn/Park Gallery* (54 Finch Lane, 1-801-596-5000) — "The Waterford School," featuring artwork by children, through July 21.

Artspace Artists Association (337 W. Pierpont Ave., California Rubber and Tire Building) — New works and works in progress.

Atrium Gallery (5th floor, Salt Lake Public Library) — "The Grand Tour: Recent Works from the West by Christopher Peterson," through July 29.

Bingham Gallery (1074 E. 2100 South, 1-801-832-9220) — Specializing in artwork by American artists of the past 100 years, with special emphasis on Maynard Dixon. Also seen are Claude Buck, Stuart Davis, Severin Roesen and Robert Henri. Chapman Library (577 S. 900 West, 1-801-524-8285) — "Frederic Remington and the Bronze Process," featuring sculptures on loan from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, through July 28.

Cherry Street Gallery (4790 S. Cherry St., 1-801-281-0075) — Spring show with Dan Baxter, Beso, Julie Jacobsen, Lee Anne Walker, Ken Baxter, Jim Despain, Mike Fletcher, Jo Gilkey, Andrea Archambault, Scott Ruston and Amanda Bowers.

Chroma Gallery (170 W. 2950 South, 1-801-487-4316) — Acrylics-serigraphs by Darryl Erdmann. Exhibit ongoing.

C*O*L*O*N*Y Art (676 S. 700 East, 1-801-531-1515) — Representing Clay Wagstaff, Chris Young, Gwen Peine, Norma Forsberg, Ann Marie Oborn, Doyle Shaw, Rob Adamson, Pilar Pobil, Diane Turner, Larry Wade and others.

David Ericson Fine Art* (260 S. 200 West, 1-801-533-8245) — Works by Walter Rane, Lee Bennion, Frank Huff, Osral Allred and others.

D.B. Gallery (125 E. 6100 South, Murray, 1-801-268-9562) — Ongoing exhibit of Utah artists Richard Murray, Dave Keough and Jim Weiss.

Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 1-801-392-6935) — "26th Annual Statewide Competition" through Aug. 25. Carriage House Gallery: Watercolors and collages by Marama H. Hansen through Aug. 25.

Fine Art Originals by Utah Artists (4766 S. State, Murray, 1-801-265-0855) — Over 175 works of art by local artists, featuring Gary M. Stoddard, Yevgeniy Zolotsev and Carole Helt, through Aug. 5.

Framery (1519 S. 1500 East) — Works by Glania Perova.

F. Weixler Gallery (132 E St., 1-801-534-1014) — Works by Valoy Eaton, Harrison Groutage, Kimball Warren, Karl Thomas, Dennis Smith and others.

Holladay Library (2150 E. 4800 South, 1-801-943-4636, Ext. 334) — Watercolors by Cal Gaddis of the Intermountain Society of Artists through August.

King's Cottage Gallery (2233 S. 700 East, 1-801-486-5019) — Paintings by Susan Gallacher and Rob Adamson.

Light Spot (1043 E. 900 South) — "GIGANTI/DRAGHGLI/EROI" (the Giants, the Dragons, the Heroes), featuring glass from Murano, Italy, by artisans Noti Massari, Renato Toso and Roberto Pamio.

Moonbird Studio (353 W. 200 South, Studio No. 301, 1-801-322-3816) — Kids' art from "Bad Dog Rediscovers America," urban kids mentoring project. Exhibit is ongoing.

Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 1-801-240-2299) — "The Beehive Image: Symbol of Industry and Cooperation," featuring dozens of objects with beehives from the LDS Church's collection, through Nov. 12. Also, "Fifth International Art Competition: The Book of Mormon: Its History and Message," featuring 135 new works of art from around the world, through Sept. 4. Also, "And We Lived After the Manner of Happiness: A Children's Exhibit for Families," featuring art from the museum collection interpreted for children, Gary Kapp, through Feb. 19, 2001. And "The Spiritual Foundations of Latter-day Saint Art," a long-term exhibit of paintings and sculpture, 1840-1940s, from the permanent collection.

Nativo (353 W. 200 South, 1-801-531-8555) — Contemporary interpretations of antique Victorian jewelry by Cheryl Elliot.

Oasis Cafe — Golden Braid Books (151 S. 500 East, 1-801-322-1162) — "Canyon Walls," featuring transparent watercolors by Jerry Fuhriman, through Aug. 18.

Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 1-801-364-8284) — Works by Theresa Jordan through July 14.

Ranch Road Fine Art (350 W. Pierpont, 1-801-359-9805) — Original works and Iris prints by such artists as Denis Phillips, Bonnie Phillips, Willamarie Huelskamp, Pilar Pobil, Al Rounds, Shanahy, Michael Lucarelli and others.

Red Gallery (Artspace Rubber Co., 353 W. 200 South, No. 407, 1-801-533-8744) — Works by Lance Clayton, Billy Fever, Tessa Mecham, Ben Fox, Sri Whipple, Sean Graff, Erik Ostling, Martin Novak, Teresa Flowers and Heather Barron.

Ruth Tyler Library (8280 S. 75 West, Midvale, 1-801-278-0913) — Watercolors by Linda Nelson through August.

Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple) — Street Level Gallery: "The Big Picture: Ultra Large Format Photography," featuring photography by Tillman Crane, Lois Conner, Michael Smith, Paula Chamlee, Steve Simmons and Tracy Storer, through Aug. 13. Artist reception Friday, July 21, from 6-11 p.m.

Schorr Gallery, West Jordan City Hall (8000 S. Redwood Road, 1-801-569-5100) — Paintings by Margaret T. Heywood through Aug. 21.

ShearerImages (3945 Wasatch Blvd., 1-801-277-6644) — Photography by Andy and Marilyn Shearer.

Silvertip Gallery (664 Union Square, Sandy, 1-801-571-9504) — Ongoing exhibition of sculpture by William L. Jorgensen, Dee Jorgensen, R.L. Blair, Victor Reece, Avard Fairbanks and Shawn Beeler.

SoHo Gallery (142 E. 800 South, 521-8189) — Artwork by Ted. F. Remington and George R. Nackos through July 18.

Southam Gallery (50 E. Broadway, 1-801-322-0376) — "Proud Traditions,"featuring work by John Jarvis, Steve McGinty, John Myrup, A.D. Shaw, Kathryn Stats and Diane Turner.

The Stable/Fine Arts (132 E Street., 1-801-355-6896) — Portrait paintings.

Sugar Post Pottery and Mudworks Gallery (1950 S. 1100 East, 1-801-832-9235) — Clay works by Ben Behunin and Fred Conlon and paintings by Fred Thomas.

Sweet Avenues Branch Library (455 F St., 1-801-524-8276) — "Anatomy of Light: Paintings and Drawings," featuring art by Jason Jones, through July 15.

Tivoli Gallery* (255 S. State, 1-801-521-6288) — Featuring original works by Joan White, Elva Malin, Norma Forsberg, Ken Spencer, Carol Evans, Ian Ramsey, Ken Baxter, Dan Baxter, Fred Crawford, Stephen Hedgepeth, Ursula Brodauf, Louis Heinzman, Cyrus Dalin, John Hafen and Mahonri Young.

Twiggs & Moore Art Gallery (Gardner Historic Village, 1095 W. 7800 South, West Jordan, 1-801-255-3004) — Works by Greg Olsen, James Christensen, Arnold Friberg, Nancy Glazier and others. Exhibit ongoing. Union Gallery (Olpin Student Union, University of Utah, 245 University Union, 1-801-581-7469) — "American Stories: An Exhibition of Artist Books," featuring work by Marnie Powers-Torrey, through July 14.

University Hospital (Medical Drive, second floor) — "The Power of Hollywood Glamour," featuring '30s and '40s photographs by George Hurrell, through July 30.

Urban Arts Gallery (2nd floor, Trolley Square, 1-801-322-3111) — Group show with Karl Pace, Tom Mulder, Richard Murray and Jim Stewart.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 1-801-581-7332) — "Abstract to Pop: Contemporary Prints from the Collection," featuring 25 works on paper by artists such as Josef Albers, Alex Katz, Willem de Kooning, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol, through Sept. 10. Also, "The Val A. Browning Memorial Collection of 500 Years of European Masterworks," featuring paintings by Brueghel, Gainsborough, Fragonard, Corot, Van Dyke, Vigee Le Brun and many others. This exhibit will run indefinitely.

Warner Bros. Gallery (Fashion Place Mall, 6191 S. State, 1-801-262-6128) — Original animation art, production cels and limited-edition collectibles by Hanna-Barbera, Chuck Jones, Fritz Freleng, Ron Lee and DC artist Alex Ross.

Williams Fine Art* (Main Lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 1-801-534-0331) — "Group Show," featuring traditional to modern paintings, through July. Also, new paintings by John Myrup, Frank Magleby, Grant R. Clawson, Bonnie Posselli, Larry Wade and Randall Lake.

* Members of the Salt Lake Gallery Association.


OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY

Art City Trolley (Main St., Springville) — "Reflections From the Table," featuring paintings by Cassandra Barney, through July 14.

Art of the Earth (100 S. 650 West, Suite 8, Heber, 1-801-541-9106) — Works by students and unknown artists.

Brigham City Museum-Gallery (24 N. 300 West, Brigham City, 1-801-723-6769) — "Terrific Triangles," an exhibition of "Mystery Quilts" by 39 artists from Utah's Wasatch Front, through July 29.

The Coda Gallery (804 Main, Park City, 1-801-655-3803) — "Group Show," featuring David Dornan, Chris Young, Brad Aldridge, Paul and Silvia Davis, Ray Hare, Patty Kimball, Ron Richmond, Doug Himes, A.D. Shaw, Dennis Smith and many others. The gallery also shows jewelry, glasswork and fabrics.

Edelweiss Gallery (65 E. Main, Midway, 1-435-654-1335) — Impressionistic florals and rural scenes in plain-air by David and Sherry Omans.

Fairview Museum of History & Art (85 N. 100 East, Fairview, 1-801-427-9216) — Works by 14 Spring City artists, including Ella Peacock, Joseph Bennion and Lee Udall Bennion, Susan Gallacher, Randall Lake and Michael Workman, through July.

Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 1-435-649-8882) — "2nd Annual Reinventing the West," featuring contemporary Western art, through Aug. 20.

Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 1-801-378-2787) — "Depression-Era Printmakers of Utah," featuring prints by such artists as Mahonri Young, James T. Harwood, LeConte Stewart and Elzy J. Bird, through Sept. 9. Also, "Chihuly Baskets," featuring 50 hand-blown glass vessels inspired by woven Indian baskets, through Sept. 16. Also, a retrospective exhibition of sculpture, paintings, drawings and etchings by Mahonri Mackintosh Young, through Sept. 9. And "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection.

Myra Powell Gallery (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 1-801-629-8444) — Exhibit by 14 artists from the Utah State University art department faculty. Show includes photography, illustration, graphic design, sculpture and painting and runs through July.

National Wildlife Art Museum (2820 Rungius Road, Jackson Hole, Wyo., 1-307-773-5771) — "Wildlife Art for a New Century" invitational exhibit, featuring contemporary wildlife artists from United States, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Zimbabwe and Germany, through Aug. 6.

Nicolaysen Art Museum (400 E. Collins Drive, Casper, Wyo., 235-5247) — "Explorations of the Cache Le Poudre River," featuring photography by William Wylie, through Sept. 24. SCERA Art Gallery (745 S. State, Orem, 801-225-2569) — "Slice of Life," featuring paintings by Maridell Pearson and landscapes by Rosalyn Hancock, through July.

Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, Springville, 1-801-489-2727) — "Poems of Sound," featuring jazz drawings by Kent Rich, through July 31.

Torrey Gallery (80 E. Main, Torrey, 1-801-425-3909) — Works by artists who live in or are influenced by the Capitol Reef area: Doug Snow, Tony Smith, Paul Davis, Sylvia Davis, Wulf Barsch, Bonnie Posselli, Carol Brown, Patricia Kimball, Doug Braithwaite, David Muench, John Telford, Susan Beck, Scott Peterson and Lyman Whitaker.

West Jordan Schorr Gallery — "Diversity," a mixed-medium juried art exhibit.

West Light Images (550 Main, Park City, 1-435-645-8414) — Nature photography by David C. Schultz.

Western Heritage Museum (300 E. 200 South, Vernal)

Windows to the World Gallery (545B Main, Park City, 1-435-658-3696) — Limited-edition photographic prints by John and Debora Scanlan.

Worthington Gallery (789 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, 1-435-772-3446) — Pottery by Greg Worthington, Jim Stewart, Bruce Larrabee and Suzanne Storer. Also, paintings by Willamarie Huelskamp and sculptures by Lyman Whitaker.


CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Pastel Society of Utah announces a call for entries for its annual statewide juried exhibition to be held in the Springville Museum of Art from July 15-Aug. 27. For applications call Dale Duke at 1-801-943-2981. Entry fee is $25 for three paintings or $10 each for one or two.

The Eccles Community Art Center announces a call for entries for its Statewide Competition. Open to all artists living in Utah. For more information call 1-801-392-6935.

Arts and Kids announces a call for entries for its Annual Art Competition. All students, 17 years and younger, may enter, and entry is free. To enter send one original work of art, any style and any medium, with name, address and age to Arts and Kids, Suite 101-2111, 3600 Crondall Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Entries must be postmarked by July 31.