Tag Archives: Illustration

Tattoo Convention

Tattoo Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Palace, Art, Fashion, Drawing, Illustration, Children's Activities, Belly dancing, Gypsy, Workshops

The Salt Lake City Tattoo Convention continues to feature a select group of world-class artists showcasing a variety of styles and techniques.

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2013 March 22-24
Exhibit Hall 5

2011 February
Salt Palace Convention Center 100 S West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101  (801) 534-4777

Art Museums & Galleries

Box Elder

Brigham City

Brigham City Fine Arts Center

Cache County

Logan

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art

Weber County

Ogden

Eccles Community Art Center
Treehouse Museum

Davis County

Bountiful

Bountiful Davis Art Center

Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Alice Merrill Horne Gallery
Art Access Gallery
Art Barn Finch Lane Gallery
Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art
Hive Gallery
Horne Fine Art Gallery & Studio
Local Colors
Rio Grande Depot
Salt Lake Art Center
Salt Lake City Library
Utah Museum of Fine Arts

West Valley City

Utah Cultural Celebration Center

Summit County

Park City

Coda Gallery
Gallery Mar

Utah County

Alpine

Alpine Art Center

Orem

Woodbury Art Museum

Payson

Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center

Provo

BYU Museum of Fine Arts
Covey Center for the Arts
Museum of Peoples and Cultures

Springville

Springville Museum of Arts

Sanpete County

Spring City

Spring City Art Gallery

Grand County

Moab

Off The Wall Art Gallery

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Art Clubs & Organizations

FREE Academy of Ballet’s Nutcracker

Nutcracker Ballet, Children's, Performing Arts, Creative DanceCommunity & Family Night

Come join us at Utah’s oldest Art Museum as we celebrate the holidays at our December Community and Family Night. Illustrator Bryan Beus will be our guest artist. We will then be honored to watch a shortened version of the Nutcracker, presented by the Academy of Ballet, following which will be a children’s art project. Come join us and feel the joy of the season!

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Harmed – Art Gallery Exhibit

Harmed, a body work by artist Stephanie Wilde (Boise, ID) is about the corporate greed of the few and its devastating effects on the many. She began this series of intimately detailed ink, acrylic and gold leaf works as a response to idle gossip in her backyard: a local corporate CEO misused his power in the mid 1990’s and the scandal made national headlines. Perplexed, Wilde wondered how this individual lost his moral compass. Considering the corporate downfall of companies since Wilde began this body of work, this is a question many of us find ourselves asking of today’s corporate leaders. Depicting the debauchery and excess of those in power as they control and manipulate circumstanced and others, Harmed is about loss: moral, financial and perhaps most disheartening, loss of faith in the corporate world.

Harmed Exhibit Salt Lake Art Center