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Newsletter Feb 2021

Posted by Jo Merrill on February 9, 2021 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

 SUAG Newsletter for February 2021

Mon, Feb 8, 2021 10:22 pm

Southern Utah Art Guild ([email protected])

 Southern Utah Art Guild is a non-profit organization. Board meetings are open to all members as well as the community. Board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome to attend but not participate in the business meeting. There is opportunity after the business meeting concludes to have round table discussions.

Currently, meetings are being conducted via zoom, to participate please email or call Arrowhead Gallery to submit your email address.

Phone 435-628-9592 or email:[email protected]

SUAG Membership

 SUAG membership dues will now be on a "Calendar" yearly schedule which will be due every January 1st. If someone signs up in June their dues will still be need to renewed the following January. SUAG has one of the least expensive yearly fees of any art guild and has so much to offer it's members for the $35.00 yearly fee.

 Please support SUAG so we can support the arts in Southern Utah

SUAG MEMBERSHIPS HERE

SUAG Open Board Positions and Compensations

Membership Chair-Maintains membership roster and recruitment.

Public Relations/Media Chair - Promotes SUAG, RCG and AHG through all PR in all media areas, web, FB, Instagram, and local publications.

 Arrowhead Gallery Chair - Oversite on this DBA and all business associated with this gallery as well as supervising one contract person.

 

Compensation

"Board Members Only"

Free Yearly SUAG Membership

Free Red Cliff Gallery entry fees for the year shows

50% discount for all SUAG Workshops

One day paid yearly retreat

Commissions Fee at both Arrowhead Gallery and Red Cliff Gallery 10% vs 25%


SAVE THE DATE

SUAG Members Meeting

March 3, 2021

5pm-7pm

Electric Theater

Kyle Denning will be presenting

"Faces on the Streets of San Diego"

Kyle will be sharing his experiences and interaction with street people as he captured through oils the character and the humanity in each individual. His discussion will include his tools and methods he used to help capture impressions on canvas.

You can see these Portraits in person

at the St. George Art Museum, January 16 through March 13, 2021.

This meeting is a great time to update your SUAG Membership

Our next SUAG Art Show at the Red Cliff Gallery is planned for May 7-June 4 with registration on Wednesday, May 5. The theme for the show will be "Portals and Pathways."

More details with application will be emailed to you in April.

We look forward to our first SUAG Art Show of 2021. 

2021 Show Schedule

For The Red Cliff Gallery

 

January 20-February 19 – SUAG Alicia Lockwood Solo Artist Show



March 1-26 – DSU Senior Exhibition

 

April 6-30 – Washington County School District Art Show

 

May 7-June 4 – SUAG “Portals and Pathways”

 

June 18-July 29 – SUAG “Only Abstraction”

 

Sept 10-Oct 7 – SUAG “Fall Splendor”

 

Aug 2-27 - SUAG Solo Show - TBD - (contact Jo Ann if interested)

 

Oct 11-Nov 5 - DSU Senior Exhibition

 

Nov 12-Dec 16 – SUAG “Gift of Art” and DSU Senior Exhibition

 

 

February Art Show

Alicia Lockwood

 

Featured SUAG Artist at the Red Cliff Gallery

Jan 20-Feb 19

 

 

Alicia “Ali” Lockwood is a graphic designer, photographer, and artist. She has her B.F.A. degree in Visual Communication with a double major in Photography and Graphic Design. She is co-owner of 6BIT Creative, LLC in St. George, UT located on Main Street. Ali’s fine art and photography reflect her skills as a graphic designer. Ali is a member of and involved with several organizations locally and nationally. She has served on the SUAG Board of Directors and is currently serving on the Advisory Board for MoFACo. Her other forms of creativity include writing and music.

 

 

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Arrowhead Gallery

Business Hours

11 am to 6 pm

Tuesday through Saturday

 

 

Arrowhead Gallery

Just completed the quarterly 2D and 3D art "Change and Rotation". Please stop by to see the beautiful new art pieces that are now on display

 

 

 

Congratulations

Arrowhead Artists

 January Artist Sales

Sue Kroll

Georgia Johnson

Maurine Harris

Ken Church

Glen Blakley

Mary Manning

Chad Martin

Bryan Thompson

 

 

Glenn Blakley Pottery

Arrowhead Gallery has several pieces of Glen's pottery available for sale.

 

 

 

Arrowhead Gallery February Artist of the Month

 

John Mangels

 

 

 

Art Showcase of Life

In and Around

St. George

 

January Topic :

"New Beginnings"

 

The 'In and Around St. George Wall' at the Arrowhead Gallery is a very popular interactive way that locals and out of town visitors can vote for their favorite art. Submissions from Arrowhead Gallery artists can be brought in The first week of every month. The wall is a great attraction for people to see what artists have created. We are so pleased about your excitement, spontaneity and collaborative efforts in this latest project. Prizes are awarded at the end of each month. So, Please stop by and vote for your favorite art entry.



For any questions please contact Arrowhead Gallery 435-628-9592

Congratulations!

January Winners

"New Beginnings"

In and Around St. George

 

1st Place: Maurine Harris - $100

2nd Place: Barb Marchant - $75.00

3rd Place: Sue Kroll- $50.00

 

 

The Dixie Watercolor Society

Is Proud To Announce

The 2021 Spring Watercolor Show and Competition

“Seasons”

February 9th through February 20th

10am to 6pm

Gallery 35

35 N Main, St. George, Utah

 

 

DSU Art Department

Figure Drawing

 

SUAG members have been invited to participate in free figure drawing sessions with live models sponsored by the DSU art department. The sessions are held each Wednesday night from 6pm to 8:30 pm in Room 121 of the North Plaza Bldg.(old Harmons Bldg. on 100 South. Bring your own drawing materials and plan to arrive prior to 6pm as the sessions start promptly and late arrivers will not be admitted. Members of the DSU art department staff are expected to participate, however there will be no instruction provided. If you have any questions call Kyle Denning at 760-822-5877 or email him at [email protected]

 

 

President, Southern Utah Art Guild - Deb Bice

Chair, Arrowhead Gallery - Deb Bice (temp)

Open - Chair , Arrowhead Gallery

Chair, SUAG Events at Red Cliff Gallery - Jo Ann Merrill

Chair, Program Director - Kyle Denning

Open - Office Assistant Arrowhead Gallery ETC

Open - Office Assistant SUAG Events at Red Cliff Gallery

Chair, Finance Committee - Mark Gamett

Open - Chair, Membership

Open - Chair, PR/Social Media

 

 

Capturing the Light Winners Announced 2020

Posted by Jo Merrill on April 12, 2020 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (26)

January 17, 2020

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its “Capturing the Light” art show that will run from January 17 through March 5 in the Red Cliff Gallery.

 

The show features 143 works of art from 61 Southern Utah Artists. The show consists of contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other.

 

The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

 

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200 E, in St. George.

 

The “Capturing the Light” art show award winners are:

 

Best of Show – Craig Stocks for “Saquaro Twilight” – Photograph

First Place Painting – Bonnie McGee for “Morning Along the Paria” – Oil

Second Place Painting – Allan Merrill for “Columns” – Pastel

Third Place Painting – Jenna Mae Lineweaver for “Bee Song” – Oil

Painting Honorable Mention – John Mangels for “Circulation” – Watercolor

Painting Honorable Mention – Carol Bold for “Shadow of the Little Window Cactus” – Oil

Painting Honorable Mention – Mark Gamett for “Stand in the Light” – Pastel

Painting Honorable Mention – Ralph Malloy for “Photo Finish” – Watercolor

First Place Photography – Duke Breitenbach for “Ice Leaf”

Second Place Photography – Ilene Bandringa for “The Passing Light”

Third Place Photography – Rod Chlysta for “Milky Way Over Cathedral Gorge”

Photography Honorable Mention – Shirley Smith for “Late Night Meeting, Grafton, UT”

Photography Honorable Mention – Dave Hammaker for “Sunrise Broken Hill”

First Place 3D – Jerry Anderson for “Why” – Bronze

Second Place 3D – Rob Colvin for “The Last Perfect Thing” – Mixed Media

Third Place 3D – Emily Martinez for “No Turning Back” – Sculpture

3D Honorable Mention – Cheryl Williams for “Copper Sunburst” – Ceramic

3D Honorable Mention – Ken Ragsdale for “Naturally” – Wood

The People’s Choice Award from previous show – Jenna Lineweaver for “Pretty, Tough” – Mixed Media

 

The judges for the show were Glen Blakley and McGarren Flack:

 

Glen is an art professor and has taught at Dixie State University for 43 years. He has an MFA in Design and Ceramics from BYU. Glen’s accomplishments include that he was the first Director of the St. George (SG) Art Museum and for the SG Art Festival, a Member of the SG Arts Council, President of the SW Utah Arts Council, Board Member of Year of American Crafts in Utah, Board Member of the Utah Visual Arts Committee, Director at Large and Official Photographer for the National Council for Education in Ceramic Arts, Board Member of the National Writers Conference, Task Force Member of the SUWAC National Endowment Grant, Juror for the Junior SG Arts Festival, and Board Member for the SW Utah Film Commission. He is author of many national and international publications. He has won many art awards during his career with most recent award for the DSU Sears Art Gallery Service Award and the DSU Excellence in Teaching Award.

 

McGarren Flack was introduced to art at Utah Valley University and reached artistic maturity after painting for three years. He started painting in the fall of 2002 at Brigham Young University in the Illustration program. After graduating from BYU in 2005 Flack was accepted into the Masters of Fine Art program at the University of Utah and graduated April 2008. Currently, he is a full time painter and professor for Dixie State University. Flack's professional interest in art started when he saw the John Singer Sargent traveling art show in Washington D.C. He was captivated with the ability Sargent had in producing a scene that came alive and at the same time painted Brava brushstrokes. Flack's inspirations are mostly twentieth century artists like Ander Zorn, John Singer Sargent, JW Waterhouse, Carl Bloch, and P.S. Kroyer. You can view his art at: www.flackstudio.com

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild is an organization whose mission is to promote the visual arts and artists in Southern Utah. Go to www.southernutahartguild.com to find out more about the activities of the Southern Utah Art Guild.

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild’s Red Cliff Gallery show schedule can be found at www.redcliffgallerysuag.com. The Southern Utah Art Guild also operates the Arrowhead Gallery in the Electric Theater Center, located at 68 E Tabernacle in St. George.

 

 

The Gift of Art Winners Announced 2019

Posted by Jo Merrill on November 12, 2019 at 12:30 AM Comments comments (0)

November 8, 2019

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its “Gift of Art” holiday art show that will run from November 8 through December 19 in the Red Cliff Gallery.

 

The show features 176 works of art from 56 Southern Utah Artists. The show consists of contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other.

 

The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

 

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200 E, in St. George.

 

The “Gift of Art” show award winners are:

 

Best of Show – Ken Ragsdale for “Autumn in the Wasatch” – 3D Wood Vase

First Place Painting – Mark Gamett for “Winter Willows” – Pastel

Second Place Painting – Jenna Lineweaver for “Bloomin’ Cactus” – Oil and Mixed Media

Third Place Painting – Mishel Goodrich for “Mr. Goodrich” – Pen and Ink

Painting Honorable Mention – Georgia Johnson for “Zion National Park” – Acrylic

Painting Honorable Mention – Kimberly Jackson for “Before Paris” – Pastel

Painting Honorable Mention – John Mangels for “Pumpkin Spice” – Watercolor

Painting Honorable Mention – Cheryl Sachse for “My First Paintbrush” – Watercolor

First Place Photography – Craig Stocks for “Primrose Canyon”

Second Place Photography – Jo Ann Merrill for “Twice Illuminating”

Third Place Photography – Jilene Nielson for “January Morning”

Photography Honorable Mention – Alicia Lockwood for “Aspen Mirror Lake, UT”

Photography Honorable Mention – Chris Kyser for “Buckeye Beauty”

First Place 3D – Jerry Anderson for “Jacks Are Wild” – Bronze

Second Place 3D – Allan Curtis for “A Mazing Bottle” – Ceramic

Third Place 3D – Morgan Clements for “Rare Breed” – Resin

3D Honorable Mention – Rebekah Tucker for “Ostrich Egg” – Ink

3D Honorable Mention – Emily Martinez for “Just Like Me” – Sculpture

The People’s Choice Award from previous art show – Miriam Hansen for “Summer Delight” – Mixed Media

 

The judges for the show were Susan Bingham and Van Mangus:

 

Susan Bingham along with her husband, Paul, is a collector, art dealer, gallery owner, artist and co- founder of the Thunderbird Foundation for the Arts founded in 2001 in order to preserve, restore and place on the National Register of Historic places the home and property of famed American artist Maynard Dixon. The couple have been dealers in Dixon’s work for 40 years working directly with Dixon’s widow Edith Hamlin Dixon. They represent well known American contemporary artists at the Thunderbird Foundation Gallery which is adjacent to the Dixon property in Mt. Carmel, Utah.

 

Van Mangus currently works in the Art Department at Dixie State University. He is the advisor for the Visual Arts and teaches classes ranging from Introduction to the Arts to Artistic Website Design. Although he utilizes multiple mediums regarding his art, he specializes in watercolor and ink. He believes that all individuals have the talent to express themselves through creative art forms and cultivates this expression within his art students.

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild is an organization whose mission is to promote the visual arts and artists in Southern Utah. Go to www.southernutahartguild.com to find out more about the activities of the Southern Utah Art Guild.

 

The Southern Utah Art Guild’s Red Cliff Gallery show schedule can be found at www.redcliffgallerysuag.com. The Southern Utah Art Guild also operates the Arrowhead Gallery in the Electric Theater Center, located at 68 E Tabernacle in St. George.

 

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Contact:

 

Jo Ann Merrill

Southern Utah Art Guild Board Member and

Chair, SUAG Exhibiting at the Red Cliff Gallery

[email protected]

 

Color Explosion 2019 Show Winners Announced

Posted by Jo Merrill on September 9, 2019 at 2:55 PM Comments comments (0)

September 6, 2019


The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its Fall Art Show that will run from September 6 through October 31 in the Red Cliff Gallery. The theme of the show is “Color Explosion”.


The show features 171 works of art from 68 Southern Utah artists. The show consists of contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. All the art is for sale.


The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.


The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200 E, in St. George.


The “Fall” award winners are:


• Best of Show – Torie Denning for “The Gathering Place” – Acrylic


• First Place Painting – Fred Joslin for “Marshall Home” – Oil

• Second Place Painting – Julie Samuelson “Waterfall” – Acrylic on Canvas

• Third Place Painting – Maurine Harris for “Color at the Marketplace” – Oil

• Painting Honorable Mention – Georgia Johnson for “All About Color and a Cat” – Acrylic

• Painting Honorable Mention – Ilona Fellows for “Aspen Gold” – Acrylic


• First Place Photography – Alan Holben for “Gold Butte Sunset” – Photo on Metal

• Second Place Photography – Jilene Nielson for “Summertime”

• Third Place Photography – Craig Stocks for “Primarily Colors”

• Photography Honorable Mention – Jo Ann Merrill for “Red Door”

• Photography Honorable Mention – Jason Wallace for “Just Be”


• First Place 3D – Preben Jensen for “Gold Nugget” – Stone

• Second Place 3D – Kirk Mangus for “Brothers, Prickley Pear and Cholla” – Cottonwood Root

• Third Place 3D – Barry Gray for “Beehive” – Wood

• 3D Honorable Mention – Connie Gates for “Psycho Fish with Stand” – Glass

• 3D Honorable Mention – Emily Martinez for “The Floor is Lava!” – Ceramic


• People’s Choice Award for “Only Abstraction” Show – Mathew Walker for “Storm” - Acrylic


The judges for the show were Kathy Cieslewicz and Molly Keller:


Kathy Cieslewicz is Director and Curator for Dixie State University Art Museum. She received her Bachelor degree from Southern Utah University. Her paintings and prints have been exhibited throughout the U.S. She presents at workshops, presents art demonstrations, mentors, adjudicates art shows, and speaks to community organizations. She is an adjunct instructor at DSU and an Art Instructor at Mohave Community College. She is Founder, Presenter, and Director for “The Business of Art and Women Out West professional artists of Utah.”


Molly Keller is an Adjunct Professor of Art at DSU. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from BYU. She likes to paint with oils and specializes in paintings of children. She has interned for numerous world-renown painting masters such as Burton Silverman in NYC. She has become an accomplished portrait artist receiving awards in the International Portrait Competition, the Portrait Society of American and has been in many other salons and galleries such as DSU, BYU, and the Springville Museum of Art.


The Southern Utah Art Guild is an organization whose mission is to promote the visual arts and artists in Southern Utah. Go to www.southernutahartguild.com to find out more about the activities of the Southern Utah Art Guild.


The Southern Utah Art Guild also operates the Arrowhead Gallery in the Electric Theater Center, located at 68 E Tabernacle in St. George.


Only Abstraction 2019 Show Winners Announced

Posted by Jo Merrill on July 21, 2019 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (0)

June 22, 2019

The Red Cliff Gallery is proud to present its Summer Art Show that will run from June 21 through August 29 in the Red Cliff Gallery. The theme of the show is “Only Abstraction”.

The show features 231 works of art from 63 Southern Utah Artists. The show consists of contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. All the art is for sale.

The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200E, in St. George.

The “Summer” award winners are:

Best of Show – Rob Colvin for “Blue Sunshine” – Acrylic on Paper

First Place Painting – John Mangels for “Overlap” – Acrylic

Second Place Painting – Mathew Owen Walker “Universe 3” – Acrylic on Canvas

Third Place Painting – Susan Holben for “Fins” – Acrylic

Painting Honorable Mention – Kari Frymier for “Frequencies” – Acrylic

Painting Honorable Mention – Allan Merrill for “Night Flight” – Pastel

First Place Photography – Gary Alba for “Dance of the Corn Lily”

Second Place Photography – Ilene Bandringa for “Vintage Springs”

Third Place Photography – Jo Ann Merrill for “Architectural Abstract”

Photography Honorable Mention – Ilene Bandringa for “Dripping Sandstone”

Photography Honorable Mention – Adam Elliott for “Abstract #2”

First Place 3D – Alan Curtis for “Daphne turns into a Tree” – Juniper

Second Place 3D –Connie Gates for “Guilliformes in Tide Pool” – Fused Glass

Third Place 3D – Preben Jensen for “Freckled Girl” – Stone

3D Honorable Mention – Alan Curtis for “Reaching” – Mahogany

3D Honorable Mention – Gayla Prince-Wallace for “Many Talents” – Clay

The judges for the show were Daniel Thornton and Zuleica Thornton. Dan is a painter, author, and teacher of creative art. His paintings are also reflective of impressionism and realism. Zuleica paints Italian scenery working in acrylics and oils, painting depictions of Italian countryside and community life.

The Southern Utah Art Guild is an organization whose mission is to promote the visual arts and artists in Southern Utah. Go to www.southernutahartguild.com to find out more about the activities of the Southern Utah Art Guild.

The Southern Utah Art Guild’s 2019 Red Cliff Gallery show schedule can be found at www.redcliffgallerysuag.com. The Southern Utah Art Guild also operates the Arrowhead Gallery in the Electric Theater Center, located at 68 E Tabernacle in St. George.

Contact:

Jo Ann Merrill

Southern Utah Art Guild Board Member and

Chair, Red Cliff Gallery

[email protected]

"Spring" Show Winners Announced

Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on March 9, 2019 at 12:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Attached are the results from the current Red Cliff show titled "Spring".


The show consists of 166 pieces from 63 artists - a record number of participants.

 

The show is partnered with a show from the organization Memory Matters, a Dementia and Alhizimers support group. 34 paintings are in that show.


Peoples Choice from the Winter Show - Gayla Prince Wallace - “Winter Garden”


Best of Show - Cleanup Pile - Fred Joslin - Oil

First Place - Springtime Fantasy - John Mangels - Acrylic

Second - Velocity Basin - Ilene Bandringa - Photography

Third - Spring Poppies, Jackson WY - Gayla Folkman - Oil


Honorable Mentions


Spring’s Spring - Deena Millecam - Watercolor

Equinox - Evie Atkins - Gourd

Arctic Spring - Ron Woodbury - Acrylic

A New Beginning - Rebekah Tucker - Mixed

Snow canyon Bloom - Duke Breitenbach - Photography

“Flowers” - Jacob Gabriel - Oil


Photos will be added to the SUAG website in the next couple of days.


Congratulations to the winners and all the participants. Thanks to all who helped this show together.


Come and view the art in this fantastic show, support your fellow artists and see the Memory matters display. It will touch your heart.


Gift of Art - People Choice Award

Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on January 8, 2019 at 7:15 PM Comments comments (0)

The Peoples Choice Award winner for the 2018 Gift of Art Show was Ken Church for his painting "Navajo Home".


Cogratulations Ken.

Color of Winter Winners Announced

Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on January 5, 2019 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its Winter Art Show that will run through January 24th in the Red Cliff gallery. The theme of the show is “Color of Winter”.

The “Color of Winter” award winners are:

Best of Show – Galya Folkman for “Winter Soft Color” - Oil

First Place – Barry Gray for “The Forest” – Wood

Second Place – JoAnn Merrill for “Cold Stairs” - Photography

Third Place – Mel Scott for “Morning Outing” - Watercolor

Honorable Mentions:

Gayla Folkman for “Winter Blues” – Oil

Mark Garnett for “Frosted Poplars” – Pastel

Alice Hiatt for “Winter Snow” – Oil

Illene Bandriga for “Snowy Gateway” – Photography

Bruce Bullard for “Kinesava” – Photography

John Mangels for “Winter’s Night” - Acrylic

The judges were Morgan Clements and De Leon Slade from the Art Department of Dixie State University.

The show features 131 works of art from 44 Southern Utah Artists. The show consists of contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. All the art is for sale.

The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

The show will also be open during the Arts to Zion Studio Tour, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, January 17th, 18th, 19th and 21st. Selected artists will be working in the gallery and will have additional works for sale.

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200E, in St. George.

The Gift of Art Show Winners Announced

Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on November 3, 2018 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (0)

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its Holiday Art Show that will run from November 2nd to December 19th in the Red Cliff Gallery. The show theme is “The Gift of Art”.

The “Gift of Art” award winners are:

Best of Show - Ken Church for “A Boulder Angles Landing in Zion” – Acrylic

First Place – Gayla Folkman for “Over the River” – Watercolor

Second Place – Lynette Laughton for “Storm-A-Coming” – Acrylic

Third Place – Sue Kroll for “Curious Lemur” – Scratchboard

Honorable Mentions:

Chris Kyser for “Serenity” Photography

Julie Sameulson for “Flowing” – Acrylic

Gayla Prince Wallace for “Homestead” – Oil

Gary Alba for “Geranium – Harmony CA- Photography

Maurine Harris for “Quiet Afternoon” – Oil

Rick Martinez for “Day of the Dead” - Acrylic

The show was judged by Sandra Feldman, Debbie Bice and carol Pederson.

The show features 150 works of art from 36 Southern Utah Artists. The show features contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. This show is a miniature show with all 2D art being 12x12 inches or smaller including the frame and all 3D art being 12x12x12 or smaller. All the art is for sale.

Every home has room for a small piece of art. The miniature art in this show are high quality, original pieces that are reasonably priced for every budget. These pieces make a perfect, unique gift for the holiday season.

The show also includes the DSU Art Department’s “Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Showcase”. This exhibition features the art of BFA students: Jody Gerber, Christina Christensen and Annie Bird. The students have 38 oil paintings on exhibit. T

he show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. There will be an artist reception on Thursday, November 8th from 7 to 9 PM honoring the DSU students. The public is also invited to meet and support the senior DSU artists. T

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200E, in St. George.

"Color Explosion" Show Winners Announced

Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on September 9, 2018 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its Fall Art Show that will through through October 25th in the Red Cliff Gallery. The show theme is “Color Explosion”.

The show features 165 works of art from 54 Southern Utah Artists. The show features contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. The art is a blend of whimsical / fantastical pieces to landscape / still life / pure abstract paintings, and a variety of 3 dimensional pieces. The show is a blend of small and large pieces that will meet any taste or budget. All the art is for sale.

The award winners are:

Best of Show: Ken Church for ‘Snake in Flowers” – Acrylic

First Place: Shirley Smith from “Blast” – Photography

Second Place: Emily Martinez for “Colorful Mind” – Ceramic

Third Place: Eddi Malloy for “Canyon Wall” – Acrylic

Honorable Mentions:

Victoria Denning for “Tied at the Hip” – Acrylic

Deann Rex-Free for “Lavender Field” – Acrylic

Glen Martin for “Burst of Color” – Photography

Gayla Folkman from “Fall’s Exuberant Color” – Watercolor

John Mangels for “Color Explosion” – Acrylic

Kirk Mangus for “Mudslinger” – Wood

The judge for the show was Carmen Gentry, owner of the business Gentry Music and Art in St. George.

The winner of the peoples choice award for the "Only Abstraction" show was Brandi Mostowy for her painting "Vejle".

The show is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.


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