February/March 2011

2011 is shaping up to be a busy year for the studio with solo exhibitions with Nox Contemporary in June and Springville in September. Also, “Final Light: V. Douglas Snow in Retrospect,” an exhibition I’m curating opens simultaneously at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Salt Lake Art Center on September 1st.

A friend, Kenvin Lyman, died February 6th. My article on him, Kenvin Lyman: Jammin’ Over the Rainbow (19xx – 2011), is provided here and an abbreviated version was published as a blog for 15 Bytes, and the full article coming in the March.

The studio open house this spring will, hopefully, be in my expanded space at the end of the industrial warehouse I’ve occupied for 10 years—doubled in size to about 2,000 square feet, with the semi-trailer by the back loading dock still loaded. Chaos rules!

In January at the Terra Nova Gallery in Provo, Utah, I installed “The Fifth Glorious Mystery.”


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