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Sunday, April 28

Rio Grande Cae (270 S. Rio Grande, 364-3302) — "Common People of Life," featuring paintings by Ondre Pettingill, through June 1.

Wednesday, May 1

Don Brady Drive-through Gallery (1301 S. 2100 East, 582-4500) — "Paradise Found," featuring paintings, painted tables, sculpture and wearable art by Stephanie Saint-Thomas, through May 31. Artists reception Friday, May 10, from 5-7:30 p.m.

Holladay Library (2150 E. 4730 South, 943-4636, Ext. 334) — Watercolors by Gay Saunders, member of the Intermountain Society of Artists, through June.

Left Bank Gallery* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) — "Equivalents," featuring unique landscapes by Kerry Jones, Ben Altman and Mary Esneault, through May. Artists reception Friday, May 17, from 6-9 p.m., during monthly Gallery Stroll.

Ruth Tyler Library (8280 S. 75 West, Midvale, 278-0913) — Watercolors by Shirley Bailey through June.

Friday, May 3

Bountiful/Davis Art Center (745 S. Main, Bountiful, 292-0367) — "Homo Sapiens," featuring work by Amy Davis, Karen Dreyfus, Greg Frehner and Peter Meyer. Also, "Vessels & Voyages," featuring work by Linda Shimmin, James L. Young and James "Todd" Young. Both exhibits through June 14.

Gallery at the Station (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8444) — Woodcut prints by Blanche Wilson and ceramics by Suzanne Storer through May. Artists reception Friday, May 3, from 6-8 p.m.

Lamplight Art Gallery (163 S. Main, Bountiful, 298-0290) — Art by gallery artists, including Ginny Coombs, Stan Elmer, Barbara Dowdle, Taylor Affleck, Linda Walker and others. Spring reception and gallery stroll from 6-9 p.m.


A Gallery (4878 S. Highland, 277-8401) — "Utah Artists at Home and Abroad," featuring landscapes by Gary Collins, Rob Colvin, Brandon Cook, Susan Gallacher, Brent Godfrey, Matthew Hassing, Neil Jenson, Allen Lund, Erika Osborne, Bonnie Posselli and Gregory Stocks, through May 31.

Anderson-Foothill Library (1135 S. 2100 East, 801-524-8278) — "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11.

Art Access Gallery* (339 W. Pierpont Ave., 328-0703) — "Memory Game," featuring mixed media, paintings and objects by Lenka Konopasek, through Tuesday.

Art Access Gallery II* (339 W. Pierpont Ave., 328-0703) — "At the Crossroads," featuring 22 digital paintings and drawings by Harry G. Taylor, through Tuesday.

Art Barn/Finch Lane Gallery* (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) — Work by Fletcher Booth and Pam Bowman through May 15.

Artspace Forum (511 W. 200 South, 521-5999) — Artwork by Terrence K. Stephens through May.

Artspace Institute of Art and Imagination (351 W. Pierpont Ave., 355-0540) — Hundreds of artworks by children from Jackson Elementary, Artspace, the Boys and Girls Club of Midvale and Murray, Children's Media Workshop and the Jewish Community Center.

Artworks Inc. (2005 E. 2700 South, 363-1717) — Landscapes by Jeff Surrett, Elya DeChino, Ivan Reyes and Arno Arrak. New abstracts by Craig Alan, J.R. Griffin, Loretta Banderas and Trey. New figuratives by Alessandro Nocentini, Willi Kissmer and Jurgen Gorg.

Bad Dog Gallery (380 W. Pierpont Ave., Studio No. 301, 322-3816) — Kids' art from Bad Dog Rediscovers America. Exhibit is ongoing.

Bingham Gallery (1074 E. 2100 South, 832-9220) — Specializes 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, 524-8285) — "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11.

Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts (Liberty Park, 533-5760) — The State Collection, on Saturday and Sunday through May 26.

Cherry Street Gallery (4790 S. Cherry St., 281-0075) — Photographs by Mark Walker Smith. Also, artwork by Ken Baxter, Dan Baxter, Ed Begay, Beso, Larry Christensen, Don Coy, Mike Fletcher, Steve Harvey, Jo Gilkey, Julie Jacobsen, Scott Ruston and Lee Anne Walker.

Chroma Gallery (1064 E. 2100 South, 485-6020) — Works by Travis Tanner, Stephanie Saint-Thomas, Tony DeGeorge and Darryl Erdmann.

Cynthia Oliver Glass Art Studio (1600 E. Stratford Ave.) — Glass artwork by Cathy Cartwright, Lea Erickson, Shari Higbee, Cynthia Oliver and Steve Walton.

David Ericson Fine Art* (418 S. 200 West, 533-8245) — Recent works by Lee Bennion, Brian Kershisnik, Frank Huff, Dennis Smith, John Hafen and J.T. Harwood.

Day-Riverside Branch Library (1575 W. 1000 North, 524-8287) — "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11.

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

Distinctive African American Art (251 S. State, 363-0745) — "Illumination: A Cultural Spectrum," featuring artwork by Raymond Lark. Also, work by Synthia Saint James, Charles Bibbs and Rosalind McGary.

East Millcreek Library (2266 E. Evergreen Ave., 943-4636) — Oils and watercolors by John Fetzer through April.

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

Holladay Library (2150 E. 4730 South, 943-4636, Ext. 334) — Oils by John Brubaker through April.

J. Willard Marriott Library (295 S. 1500 East, University of Utah) — "SOCalled Book," featuring artists books from Southern California, through May 9 on the library's fifth floor.

Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center (2 N. Medical Drive, 581-0098) — Art from the Michael Hittleman Gallery, featuring art by Marc Chagall, Edward Ben Avram, Batia Magal, Nahum Gutman, Anna Ticho and more.

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

Left Bank Gallery* (242 S. 200 West, 539-0343) — "The Man in the Wheelchair," featuring art by Michael Zetterquist, through April 30.

Loge Gallery (The Roy W. and Elizabeth Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre, 1340 E. Broadway, U., 581-7222) — "We Are the World," featuring ethnic art by Suzanne Tornquist, through May 11.

Magpies' Nest (39 I St., 363-7764) — "Lineage," featuring contemporary works by Robert Coles, Stephen Coles, Deanne and Gary Coles-Christensen, Annette Dunford, Elizabeth Stewart Dunford, Michael Dunford, Suzanne Dunford, Chris Moore, Julie Moore and Richard Moore, through May 15. Also, "Utah Landscapes, Oil & Pastels by Larry Clarkson" through April.

Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-2299) — "The Living Christ," featuring art on Jesus; "Families and Faith: Fabrics of Latter-day Saint Life," featuring historical and contemporary quilts, samplers, Navajo rugs and soft sculpture; and "Valiant Pioneer Children," all through Feb. 2, 2003.

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

Oasis Cafe — Golden Braid Books (151 S. 500 East, 322-1162) — "Real and Imagined Paintings by Chris Miles" through May 30.

Phillips Gallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) — "Against the Wall," featuring new work by Sharon Alderman, Fred Ensign and Nel Ivancich, through May 10.

Q Street Fine Crafts (82 N. Q St., 359-1899) — Fine crafts by Boris Bally, Thomas Mann, Josh Simpson, Alessi, James Stewart and Carla Jimison.

Red Gallery (Artspace Rubber Co., 353 W. 200 South, No. 407, 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.

Repartee Gallery* (ZCMI Center, 364-4809) — Paintings by gallery artists.

Retro (1064 E. 2100 South, 485-6020) — Acrylics-serigraphs by Darryl Erdmann. Exhibit ongoing. Rio Gallery (310 S. Rio Grande) — Recent BFA work by Ko-Hsuan "Crystal" Liu and Masayoshi "Masa" Iwamoto through Friday.

Rockwood Art Studios (1062 E. and 1064 E. 2100 South, 467-3694) — Work by gallery artists.

Rocky Mountain Gallery (2335 E. Murray Holladay Road, Holladay, 277-8097) — Original art, prints, bronzes, statuary and ceramics by local and national artists.

Ruth Tyler Library (8280 S. 75 West, Midvale, 278-0913) — Oils by Paul Lyon through April.

Salt Lake Public Library (209 E. 500 South) — "Global Village: Celebrating Cultural Diversity Through Architecture," project directed by Louise Fischman, through May 17. Public reception Tuesday, May 7, from 5-7:30 p.m. Also, "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11. Children's Center: "Clayton Student Art Show," featuring artwork by students from the Clayton Intermediate School, through Friday.

Sego Gallery (637 E. 500 South, 328-9848) — "An Artist's View of Alaska," featuring paintings by Rob Adamson, John Hughes, Bonnie Posselli and Kathryn Stats, through May 30.

Sprague Branch Library (2131 S. 1100 East, 524-8280) — "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11.

Sugar Post Pottery (1950 S. 1100 East, 832-9235) — Studio and gallery exhibits of pottery by Ben Behunin and Fred Conlon.

Sweet Branch Library (455 F St.) — "Just Hangin': Teen Art @ the City Library," featuring artwork from students of the Salt Lake public and private schools, through May 11.

The Stable/Fine Arts (132 E St., 355-6872) — Portrait paintings by William Whitaker and other artists' paintings; showing continuously.

Tivoli Gallery* (255 S. State, 521-6288) — 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 Dallin, John Hafen and Mahonri Young.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 581-7332) — "20th Century Works from the Freedman Collection and UMFA Permanent Collection," featuring works of art by Andy Warhol, Mark Tobey, Jacob Lawrence, Willem de Kooning, Lee Krasner and Jasper Johns, through May 1. Also, Albert Tissandier's "Drawings of Nature and Industry in the United States, 1885," through May 26. Also, artwork from the museum's permanent collection continually on display.

Utah Museum of Natural History* (215 E. 1350 South, U. campus, 581-4303) — "Utah's First Nations: Peoples of the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau" through Sept. 29.

VSA arts of Artspace* (329 W. Pierpont, 328-0703) — "Children Beyond Borders," featuring art by children, created by reconfiguring identical boxes into personal statements.

Williams Fine Art* (Main Lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) — Art by gallery artists.

* Members of the Salt Lake Gallery Association.


Apple Frame Gallery (70 N. Main, Bountiful, 298-1227) — "Small Works by 13 Utah Artists" through May 11.

Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery (Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 1-435-586-5432) — "Senior Portfolios" and "SUU Student Fine Art Competition" through May 4.

Brigham City Museum-Gallery (24 N. 300 West, Brigham City, 723-6769) — "2002 Juried, High School Art Exhibition," featuring art from students from Box Elder, Bear River, Logan, Mountain Crest and Sky View high schools, through May 4.

Brushworks Fine Art Studios & Gallery (61 N. Main, St. George, 1-435-673-2723) — New works in pastels and oils by Maureen Booth and Annette Everett. Ongoing exhibit of watercolors and sculpture by L'Deane Trueblood. Also, selected works by Farrell Collett.

Coda Gallery (804 Main, Park City, 1-435-655-3803) — Olympic art by 3D pop artist Charles Fazzino. Also works by 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.

Denver Art Museum (100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver, 1-303-640-2466) — "Art & Home: Dutch Interiors in the Age of Rembrandt," featuring paintings and decorative arts from the 17th century. Also, "U.S. Design 1975-2000," featuring architecture, decorative design, graphics and industrial design. Both through May 26.

Fairview Museum of History & Art (85 N. 100 East, Fairview, 427-9216) — "Olympic Arts Festival Community Event," featuring 90 works by sculptor Avard Tennyson Fairbanks, through Tuesday. Also, from the museum collection: Judy Farnsworth Lund, Theodore Milton Wassmer, Kathleen Peterson, Edith Roberson, Cordell Taylor, Kaziah Hancock "the Goat Woman," Wulf Barsch, John Heber Stansfield, Dale Peel and Harrison Groutage.

Gallery at the Station (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8444) — Paintings by John Erickson and ceramics by Janelle Roberta Call through April. Harold B. Lee Library (BYU, Provo, Auditorium Gallery, 378-6731) — "Patchwork Imaginings," featuring quilts by Jodi G. Warner, through May 24.

Hope Gallery (250 W. Center, Provo, 375-7671) — "The Art of Illumination," featuring medieval stencil illumination by French artist Richard LeRay. Also, original art from the 16th-21st centuries. Religious works by Carl Bloch. Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 1-435-649-8882) — "2002 Wasatch Back Student Art Exhibition."

Lamplight Art Gallery (163 S. Main, Bountiful, 298-0290) — Pastels by Anne Chesley through April.

Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 378-2787) — "Utah Quilts: Threads of Tradition and Innovation" through Oct. 12. Also, "Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum." Also, "Photography and Perception: Exploring the Western Landscape" through Saturday. Also, "Mormon Moderne: Architecture Reconsidered," featuring photographs and drawings of LDS temples and meetinghouses, through June 15. Also, "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection.

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (650 N. 1100 East, Logan, 1-435-797-0163) — "Women of Taste: A Collaboration Celebrating Quilt Artists and Chefs" through May 11.

Sherratt Library (351 W. Center, Cedar City, SUU, 1-435-586-1997) — "Eighty Something," featuring work by artists over 80 years of age: Lucille B. Cannon, Jack Goodman, Harry Taylor, Ted Wassmer and Francis Zimbeaux, through April.

Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, Springville, 489-2727) — "Utah Art: Utah Artists," featuring art from the beginnings of the state up through contemporary, through Tuesday. This is an official 2002 Winter Games cultural event.

Sun Gallery (89 E. Center, Kanab, 1-435-644-5896) Exhibiting traditional and contemporary work of local and regional artists.

Taminah Gallery (608 Main, Park City, 1-435-655-3264) — Paintings by Steve Songer.

Thanksgiving Point Emporium Gallery (3003 N. Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, 672-6040) — Bronze sculptures by Dennis Smith and "Colorful Utah," featuring paintings by Stewart Cole Anstead.

Tippetts Gallery (Utah State University campus, 797-3460) — "Emerging Artists," featuring art by senior art students in graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture ceramics and drawing, through Saturday.

Torrey Gallery (80 E. Main, Torrey, 1-435-425-3909) — 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.

Twiggs & Moore Art Gallery (200 W. St. George Blvd., St. George, 1-435-673-6363) — Art by Roland Lee, Leonard Parkin, David Jackson, Colleen Howe, Bonnie Conrad, Linda Curley and Darwin Dower.

Weber State University Art Gallery (Stewart Library Special Collections area, 2001 University Circle, Ogden, 626-6416) — "Monastic Moments: Visions From Within," featuring photographs of the Abbey of Holy Trinity, Huntsville, by Anselmo Mantovani, through April.

Whitmore Library (2197 Fort Union Blvd., 943-7514) — Black and white photographs of Utah "Make-A-Wish Foundation" children by Kent Miles through April.

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.


The Bountiful/Davis Art Center announces a call for entries for its 2003 exhibition year. Deadline for receiving work samples/portfolios is May 16, 2002. For more information and an application call 292-0367.