Un Petite Nuit: A Celebration of Small
Join us for an evening filled with small works from 27 Meyer Gallery artists.Read the Full Article
Booth Western Art Museum Acquire's Gary Earnest Smith "Oregon Pioneers"
The Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA, has acquired Gary Earnest Smith's "Oregon Pioneers" for their permanent collection!Read the Full Article
"Remembering Home", new works by Colby Sanford
Join us Friday, August 31, for the opening reception of "Remembering Home", featuring new works by Colby Sanford.Read the Full Article
Mary Sauer: Feature in 15 Bytes
The story of Mary Sauer's journey as a painter, and how her experiences have shaped and affected her body of work.Read the Full Article
Park City Arts Festival painting demo with David Frederick Riley
Join us Saturday, August 4th, from 12-4 pm for a live painting demonstration by contemporary wildlife painter, David Frederick Riley.Read the Full Article
Mary Sauer, "Remnants"
A glimpse into the themes and concepts behind Mary Sauer's new works for her upcoming exhibition, "Remnants." Opening reception July 27th from 6-9 p.m.Read the Full Article
"Remnants" New works by Mary Sauer - opens July 27th
Join us for the opening of "Remnants", featuring new work by acclaimed painter, Mary Sauer. The reception will be held Friday, July 27 from 6-9 pm.Read the Full Article
"Mythologies" - new works by Fatima Ronquillo
Fatima Ronquillo’s contemporary figurative paintings are lyrical and theatricalRead the Full Article
"Bones & Bison" Jeff Pugh Solo Show
Jeffery Pugh: Process & Inspiration for “Bones & Bison”Read the Full Article
Fatima Ronquillo: Hey! Modern Art & Pop Culture Magazine
Fatima Ronquillo was recently interviewed by Anne and Julien of Hey! Modern Art and Pop Culture, a bilingual French-English art magazine based in Paris.Read the Full Article
Brian Kershisnik's Upcoming Book
Unicorn, the visual art imprint of Unicorn Publishing Group LLP, is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Provo, Utah, artist Brian Kershisnik for an October 2018 publication of a retrospective art solo, Looking for Something: his first for over a decade.Read the Full Article
Brian Kershisnik: Le Péché du Magicien
Brian Kershisnik’s contemporary figurative paintings are autobiographical narratives, illustrating poignant human emotions derived from personal experiences. Instead of painting from life, Kershisnik paints from the “process of being alive,” resulting in disguised self-portraits that reflect feelings of comfort, delight, puzzlement, union or loneliness as well as more abstract human emotions. Kershisnik considers his artistic process a performance and his canvas the stage, which he portrays literally and metaphorically in his latest body of work for “Le Péché du Magicien” the Utah artist’s twelfth annual solo show at Meyer Gallery this February.Read the Full Article
David LeCheminant: In Process Video
New gallery artist, David LeCheminant composes his mixed wood wall sculptures in a premeditated, yet serendipitous form. David states, "I am equally fascinated by urban life, nature and contemporary culture. Combining ideas from these sources, I use the language of form to express myself in a way that is completely synthetic and abstract yet somehow familiar".Read the Full Article
Santiago Michalek: Annual Solo Show, “Collective” focuses on the artist’s classic vintage transportation theme, which began with his personal connection to the Volkswagen. While Volkswagen buses and bugs are the subject that propelled the Utah artist into a full-time painting career, his imagery has since expanded to include anything from fire engines to gypsy wagons.
Santiago Michalek: “Collective” opens on Saturday, December 16th from 6-9pm. Preview his paintings in our online exhibition catalog.
Susan Speaking at Creative Collaborative
Creative Collaborative is an effort to strengthen our artistic community, and we are excited to hear from Susan Meyer, owner of Meyer Gallery on Tuesday, October 11th. We meet in the Provo Rec Center Multi Purpose Room, we’d love to see you there!