OPENING THIS WEEK
Meyer Gallery (Main, Park City, 435-649-8160) — Wildlife paintings by Mary Roberson through January.
St. George Art Museum (47 E. 200 North, St. George, 435-634-5942) — Mezzanine gallery: "A Journey in Burr Trail Country," featuring art by Wallace Lee. Main gallery: "Human Nature: Insights From the Natural World," featuring work by Arlene Braithwaite. Legacy gallery: "Mythical Objects," featuring ceramics by Susan Harris. Exhibits run through Jan. 14.
E.J. Bird Gallery, Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, Springville, 489-2727) — Oil paintings by Judith Mehr, Salt Lake City, through Feb. 1. Meet the artist at the opening reception, Wednesday, 7-9 p.m.
Art Barn/Finch Lane Gallery (54 Finch Lane, 596-5000) — Photography by Christine Dick-Bailey and paintings by Blake Shirley through January. Artist reception Friday Jan. 21, 6-9 p.m. during monthly Gallery Stroll.
Bountiful/Davis Art Center (745 S. Main, Bountiful, 292-0367) —Friends gallery: Abstract expressionist art by Nancy Strubbe and Elise Beck. Founders gallery: "Four Sight," featuring art by Karen Bunkowski, Janice Walker Hall, Laurel Hart and Sheryl Thornton. Patrons gallery: Semi-Annual Art Faculty and Student Show. All exhibits run through Feb. 11. Opening reception tonight at 7.
Eccles Community Art Center (2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden, 392-6935) — Main Gallery: Juried artwork by members of the Palette Club of Ogden. Carriage House Gallery: Recent work by Reed Loveland. Both exhibits run through Jan. 27. Opening reception tonight from 7-9.
Anderson-Foothill Branch Library (1135 S. 2100 East) — "PTA Reflections: A Different Kind of Hero" through March 2. Public reception Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m.
Sprague Branch Library (2131 S. 1100 East, 524-8280) — "Woodcuts and Oil on Canvas by Jennifer Jensen through March 12. Public reception Thursday, Jan. 13 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Utah Museum of Fine Art* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 581-7332) — "African American Masters: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Collection" through Feb. 28.
16th Street Gallery (1299 E. 4500 South, 263-1460) — Artwork by gallery regulars: Robert Call, G. Russell Case, Norma Forsberg, Wallace Lee, Elva Malin, Ian Ramsey, Steve Songer and more. Also, pottery by K. Rassmusen.
Abravanel Hall (123 W. South Temple) — Dale Chihuly's "Olympic Tower" and art from the Salt Lake County Art Collection.
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.
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 shown are Claude Buck, Stuart Davis, Severin Roesen and Robert Henri.
Chapman Library (577 S. 900 West, 525-8285) — "Studies on the Human Form by Sarah Plewe" through Jan. 8.
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.
Cynthia Oliver Glass Art Studio (1600 E. Stratford Ave.) — Glass artwork by Cathy Cartwright, Lea Erickson, Shari Higbee, Cynthia Oliver and Steve Walton.
Day-Riverside Branch Library (1575 W. 1000 North, 594-8632) — "Fiends and Friends: Collage and Mixed Media Inspired by the Art of Eric Carle" through Feb. 4, 2005.
Distinctive African-American Art Gallery (161 E. 300 South, 363-0745) — Colored pencil drawings and African-American-designed tribal masks by Erica Houston. Also, work by Synthia Saint James, Charles Bibbs and Rosalind McGary.
F. Weixler Gallery/The Stable Fine Arts* (132 E St., 801-534-1014) — Paintings by Harrison Groutage, Frank Huff, Earl Jones, Dennis Smith, Karl Thomas, Lance Turner and Kimbal Warren. Exhibit ongoing.
Gallery at Library Square (Main Library, 210 E. 400 South, 524-8200) — "Flying Monkeys, Fireworks and Fiestas: The Art of the Guatemalan Highlands" through Jan. 15.
Holladay Library (2150 E. 4730 South, 943-4636, ext. 334) — Oil paintings by Laurence O. Smith through February.
Hill Gallery & Sculpture Park (9045 S. 1300 East, Sandy, 562-9242) — Sculpture, paintings, giclee prints and crafts by local artists.
Hope Gallery (ZCMI Center, 36 E. State, Suite 190, 532-1336) — Original art from the 16th to 21st centuries. Religious works by Carl Bloch.
HORNE Fine Art* (142 E. 800 South, 533-4200) — Works by Doug Braithwaite, Ken Baxter, Tony Cox, Barbara Edwards, Glen Edwards, Karen Horne, Phyllis F. Horne, Jason Jones, Steve Larson, Jeff Mauger, Wilson Ong, Aaron Lifferth, Clyde Squires, Ben Steele, Ted Wassmer, Jamie Wayman and others.
King's Gallery (2233 S. 700 East, 486-5019) — Paintings and sculpture by Utah artist Susan Gallacher.
Lamb's Cafe (169 S. Main) — Fine art photography by Elynn Beck through January.
Main Street Gallery* (299 S. Main, 535-4660) — Art by Kent Wallis, Scott Wallis and Eric Wallis. Also, art by Sandra Rast and Court Naumann. Exhibit ongoing.
Museum of Church History and Art (45 N. West Temple, 240-2299) — "Scenes From the Land of Promise: Book of Mormon Paintings by Walter Rane," featuring 19 paintings, through April 17, 2005. Also, "You Have a Family Tree," featuring interactive children's exhibit, through Feb. 5, 2006.
Museum of Utah Art & History (125 S. Main) — "From the Arctic to the Red Rock," featuring photographs by Subhankar Banerjee, Rosalie Winard, Tom Till and James Kay, through Feb. 4, 2005.
New Visions Gallery* (400 South between State and Main, 474-2118) — "The Nature of Things," featuring art by Mary Brooks and Heather Wunderlich, through Jan. 8.
Old Mill II (6340 S. 3000 East, Suite 500) — Norman Rockwell exhibit, featuring 40 limited edition lithographs of pencil sketches originally commissioned by MassMutual during 1950-1960.
PhillipsGallery* (444 E. 200 South, 364-8284) — Main gallery: Holiday Group Show, featuring works by 80 local artists in all mediums. Dibble gallery: "Words & Images: the Art of the Fine Art Press," featuring art of the book by Red Butte Press. Both exhibits run through Jan. 14.
Q Street Fine Crafts (82 N. Q St., 359-1899) — Crafts by Boris Bally, Thomas Mann, Josh Simpson, Alessi, James Stewart and Carla Jimison.
Salt Lake Art Center* (20 S. West Temple) — Street Level and Main galleries:"Gary Hill: Language Willing," featuring art by the video artist, through Jan. 16.
Salt Lake Wine Store (255 S. 300 East) — Paintings by Royden Card through March.
Southam Gallery* (50 E. Broadway, 322-0376) — Artwork by gallery artists.
Sweet Branch Library (455 F St.)— "Endangered Species: Works by Linnie L. Brown" through Jan. 8.
The Art Is In (Crossroads Plaza, 50 S. Main) — Art by California artists James Leonard and John Makowski. Also art by Joe Triano, Ron Cheek, Willamarie Huelskamp, KVON, Mark Weiler and others.
The Art of Giving Gallery (74 S. Rio Grande St., 456-2787) — Paintings by Pino and photography by Mark Lewis.
The Stable Fine Arts (132 E St., 355-6872) — Portraiture by William Whitaker, Kamille Corry, landscapes by Linda Curley Christensen and sculpture by Blair Buswell.
Tivoli Gallery (255 S. State, 521-6288) — Original works by Joan White, Elva Malin, Ken Spencer, Carol Evans, Ian Ramsey, Ken Baxter, Dan Baxter, Stephen Hedgepeth, David Jackson, Ginna Lagergen, Richard Miles, Lynn Ridley, Martha Safra and Richard Van Wagner.
Twiggs & Moore Gallery (797 E. 6400 South, 747-3520) — Art by James Christensen, Greg Olsen and more.
Twiggs & Moore Gallery (Gardner Village, Midvale) — Art by James Christensen, Greg Olsen and more.
Utah Artist Hands Gallery* (61 W. 100 South, 355-0206) — "Generations," featuring four generations of artists, Erla Young, Finn Thompson, M'lisa Paulsen, Jenni Thompson and Steiner Paulsen, through Jan. 16.
Utah Center for the Arts (2191 S. 300 West, 651-3937) — Art by Allen Bishop and Ben Gray.
Utah Museum of Fine Art* (University of Utah, South Campus Drive, 581-7332) — "Jazz Legends: Photographs by Herman Leonard," featuring a suite of 23 black and white portraits, through March 13, 2005. Also, "American Art: Challenging Traditional Interpretations," featuring works produced in the 20th century, held in the UMFA's permanent collection, through Aug. 1, 2005. Also, artwork from the museum's permanent collection continually on display.
Williams Fine Art* (Main lobby, Eagle Gate Plaza, 60 E. South Temple, 534-0331) — Two-man show by father and son artists Frank (1861-1935) and Francis (1913- ) Zimbeaux. Also, 23 paintings by California artist Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977).
Women's Art Center (345 Pierpont, 205-0310) — New works by Hollymae Pendergast and Teresa Flowers. Also, holiday gift items from Sarah Drown, Andrea Egan, Jeana Flowers, Robin Friedman, Meg Golden, Tamrika Khvtisiashvili, Lenka Konopasek, Nicole Larue, Crystal Puckett and Tracy White.
Zions Bank (Corner of South Temple and Main) — Works by Pilar Pobil through January.
OUTSIDE SALT LAKE CITY
Apple Frame Gallery (70 N. Main, Bountiful, 298-1227) — "Visions and Visitations: Images Inspired by Scripture," featuring paintings by Nathan Pinnock, through Jan. 7.
Art Around the Corner (Main and St. George Blvd., St. George, 435-673-5595) — Bronzes by Grand Speed, Dennis Smith, Silvia Davis, Gary Price, Scott Rogers, Jeanine Young, Ed Hlavka, Matt Clark, Ed Spears, Franz Johansen, Laura Bradshaw, Frank Riggs, David Jackson, Annette Everett and L'Deane Trueblood through September 2005.
Art in the Village (1100 W. 7800 South, Gardner Village, 255-8900) — Original paintings by Linda Curley, David Jackson, Bonnie Conrad, Colleen Howe, Sandra Rast, Debbie Broadhead, C. Rogers Atkinson, Elizabeth Stanley, Rebecca Blue and more. Also, sculpture by Stan Watts, Adam Reeder, Ed Spears, Shari Hamilton and Claudia Packer.
Bartholomew Gallery and Frame Co. (206 24th St., Ogden, 801-334-7911) — Art by Brandon Cook, Kelly Donovan and Shanna Kunz.
Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery (Braithwaite Liberal Arts Center, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 435-586-5432) — "2004 Rural High School Fine Art Competition," featuring 252 works of art by high school artists, through Jan. 14.
Brushworks Fine Art Studios & Gallery (61 N. Main, St. George, 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.
Canyon Gallery (265 S. Mountain Road, Fruit Heights, 801-544-4262) — Art featuring Ken Corbett, Linda Curley, David Jackson, Colleen Howe, Sandra Rast and more.
Coda Gallery (804 Main, Park City, 435-655-3803) — 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.
Cowan Gallery (1015 S. State, Orem, 426-9390) — "The Light and Sounds of Post Industrial Culture," featuring new works by Michael V. Porter, through Jan. 4.
Crandall Historical Printing Museum (275 E. Center St., 377-7777) — The only working Gutenberg press in the world and a replica of the Grandin press from Palmyra.
Datura Gallery (845 N. Coyote Gulch Court, Ivin, 435-674-9595) — Art by Laurie Burns, Cheryl, Gary and John Collin, Elva Malin, Holy Pendergast, Melodie Williams, Roland Lee and more.
Fat Cat Gallery (3391 S. Orchard, North Salt Lake, 299-1122) — Original paintings by Wulf Barsch, Rebecca Hartvigsen, David Brand, G. Robinson Oborn, Scott Brown, Roger Loveless, James Lund and Anne Marie Oborn. Bronze sculptures by Brady Fairbanks.
Gallery at the Station (Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, 629-8446) — Paintings by Matthew Conrad Hassing and woodturnings by Jack Karmel through January.
Guggenheim Hermitage (Venetian Resort Hotel, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas) — "The Pursuit of Pleasure," featuring work by such artists as Boccioni, Hals, Picasso, Rubens, Degas, Manet, Rodin, Titian and more, through Jan. 16.
Hill Gallery & Sculpture Park (9045 S. 1300 East, Sandy, 562-9242) Art by Nathan Barnes, Jeanne Bonine, Bob Coonts, Dan L. Hill, Kathleen Hunt, Darhl Thomson and more.
Hope Gallery (4801 N. University Ave., Provo, 370-373-1473) — Original art from the 16th to the 21st centuries. Religious works by Carl Bloch.
Kimball Art Center (638 Park Ave., Park City, 435-649-8882) — Main gallery: "William Morris: Myth, Object and the Animal," featuring glass sculptures in an installation, through Jan. 14.
Lamplight Art Gallery (163 S. Main, Bountiful, 298-0290) — Oils and pastels by Merrily Kulmer through January.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (5905 Wilshire, Los Angeles, 323-857-6522) — "Passion for Drawing: Poussin to Cezanne, Works from the Prat Collection" through Jan. 17. Also, "Renoir to Mattisse: the Eye of Duncan Phillips," featuring 53 paintings, and "Trajectories: the Photographic Work of Robbert Flick." Both exhibits run through Jan. 9.
Museum of Art (Brigham Young University, North Campus Drive, Provo, 378-2787) — "The Christmas Story Told by Polish Folk Artists," featuring woodcarvings, through Jan. 6. "Rituals of Being," featuring installation and performance art by Rie Hachiyanagi, through March 26, 2005. Also, "Art of the Ancient Mediterranean World: Egypt, Greece, Rome," through June 2005. Also, "Metaphorically Speaking: Contemporary Religious Art," featuring work by 12 contemporary LDS artists. Also, "150 Years of American Painting," artwork from BYU's permanent collection.
Museum of the San Rafael (64 N. 100 East, Castle Dale, 435-381-5252) — Prehistoric, wildlife and Western art of Utah by Joseph S. Venus and sculpture by Gary Prazen through 2005.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (650 N. 1100 East, Logan, 435-797-0163) — "Hidden Text," featuring assemblages, installations and tableaux by Frank McEntire, through Feb. 19. 2005. Also, "In the Eye of the Sun, Mexican Fiestas: Photographs by Geoff Winningham," featuring 56 color photographs, through May 1, 2005.
Robert and Peggy Sears Art Gallery (Eccles Fine Arts Center, Dixie State College) — "Exquisite Corpse, Totems and Other Symbols," featuring paintings by Gregory Abbott, and "Heavy Metal Sculpture," featuring work by Matt Clark, through Feb. 11, 2005.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (151 3rd St., California) — "Roy Lichtenstein: All About Art," featuring 65 paintings and works on painting, through Feb. 22, 2005
Schorr Gallery (8000 S. Redwood, West Jordan, 569-5100) — The ISA sponsored Open Art Show through Jan. 10.
Springville Museum of Art (126 E. 400 South, Springville, 489-2727) — Ongoing exhibit of Russian, Social Realist art and early Utah art from the permanent collection.
The Bean Scene/Gina Jrel Gallery (511 E. St. George Blvd., St. George) — "Oh-So-Picasso-Show," featuring digital art by Chuck Egnaczak, photography by Jud Burkett and jewelry by Jill Burkett through Jan. 19.
The Gallery (130 W. Main, Lehi) — "Inspired Brilliants: Fran & Al N'stein," featuring art by Mary Ann Judd Johnson.
Thomas Fine Art (60 S. Orchard Drive, Bountiful, 455-1420) — Works by Osral Allred, Ken Baxter, Brent Christison, Lisa Huber and John Osterberg and Scandinavian art from early 1900s.
Torrey Gallery (80 E. Main, Torrey, 435-425-3909) — Works by Doug Snow, Tony Smith, Smity, Paul and Silvia Davis, Lee Deffebach, Patty Kimball, Craig Law, John Telford, Bonnie Posselli, Doug Braithwaite and others.
Twiggs & Moore Art Gallery (200 W. St. George Blvd., St. George, 435-673-6363) — Roland Lee, Leonard Parkin, David Jackson, Colleen Howe, Bonnie Conrad, Linda Curley and Darwin Dower.
Utah Cultural Celebration Center Art Gallery (1355 W. 3100 South, West Valley City) — Exhibit featuring 80 works of art from West Valley City's sister city, NanTou, Taiwan, through April 1, 2005. Also, Holiday and New Year Traditions Around the World: an Eclectic Mix of Cultural Art and Artifacts through Jan. 13.
UVSC Woodbury Gallery (University Mall, Orem, 801-426-6199) — "Overlook: a Retrospective Exhibition," featuring 80 woodcuts and 50 paintings by Royden Card and pioneer furniture by Dale Peel, through Jan. 29.
Worthington Gallery (789 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, 435-772-3446) — Pottery by Greg Worthington, Jim Stewart, Bruce Larrabee and Suzanne Storer. Also, paintings by Willamarie Huelskamp and sculptures by Lyman Whitaker.