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Williams Fine Art will exhibit 36 new paintings by Steven Lee Adams, Colleen K. Howe and Randall Lake. (Lake's painting "Crystal Cove," oil, 13 3/4 by 19 1/2 inches, is at right). The exhibit — a varied selection of Utah landscapes and still lifes in pastels, watercolors and oils — will be on display through May 26. There will be a reception for the artists Thursday, April 26, from 6-9 p.m. at Williams Fine Art, 60 E. South Temple, in the upstairs lobby outside the gallery. Please make a reservation by calling 534-0331.

Adams received his bachelor of fine arts degree from Brigham Young University. His emphasis is on illusion and craftsmanship, stressing underpainting, glazing and brush stroke. Howe, also educated at BYU, has studied with Sally Strand, Michael Workman and Ken Baxter. Her forte is pastel. Lake received his master's in fine arts at the University of Utah and has also studied at the Academie Julian in Paris. His work is extensively collected and has been written about in dozens of publications.