Southern Utah Art Guild
|Posted by Southern Utah Art Guild on November 3, 2018 at 11:55 AM|
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
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.