Ya’el Pedroza

Although my work often time deals with the interplay of humans and nature, and what may occur as a response, in my most recent works I have been transitioning into exploring my relationship with nature in a more spiritual, emotional, and subconscious way. It has always been the beauty, strength, and complexities of nature that […]

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Jane Christensen

Jane Christensen works across media including painting and photo. She reflects on the creation of literal and metaphorical spaces, and how we relate to our environment. Her work has been featured by Aint-Bad and Humble Arts Foundation. In 2017, Jane received her BFA from Brigham Young University. jane-christensen.com

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Claire Taylor

Inspired by her encounters with wildlife, Claire Taylor’s work explores ecology, and implications of intra- and inter- species communication. Taylor holds a Master of Science in Environmental Humanities and a Bachelor of Fine Art with a printmaking emphasis from the University of Utah. She previously worked as the Studio Manager, Instructor and Lead Printer at […]

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Jacob Haupt

Jacob Haupt works with photography, video, and sculpture. His work employs pop culture as both metaphor and mirror for addressing the tragedy of becoming an adult. After completing the book Infinity Gate with Noah Jackson in 2015, he recently released a photobook of his own, Gloom. Airlock Gallery (CA) hosted his first solo show Beyond […]

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Kelsey Harrison

Kelsey Harrison is a sculptor and educator. Her work has been shown in institutions nationally including The Jewish Museum, Abrons Art Center, and The Knockdown Center in New York, SOMArts in San Francisco, The Sullivan Galleries in Chicago and The College of William and Mary in Virginia. Harrison received her BFA in Sculpture from Purchase […]

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Andrew Alba

As a self-taught artist and descendant of mexican migrant workers, Albas large scale paintings and drawings evoke an emotional response while still maintaining relevant commentary on contemporary politics and society. Alba has exhibited work throughout the Pacific Northwest and Salt Lake City where he currently resides.

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Madison Donnelly

In a fruitless search for the unmediated self, Donnelly’s work investigates the frameworks through which individuals and groups perceive, respond to, and categorize objects.  Viewers recognize her uncanny sculptures as familiar and expect them to function in a specific way.  However, the objects withhold the function that their forms suggest they might deliver.   By asking […]

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Joshua Samson

Joshua Samson earned his B.S. in Mass Media Studies from Missouri State University in 2004 and his M.F.A. in Film Studies from the University of Utah in 2008. He is a working filmmaker in the areas of documentary, fiction, and marketing and has been teaching film since 2005 at various colleges and organizations in the […]

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Nancy Rivera

B. 1986, Mexico City, Mexico Nancy Rivera is a Salt Lake City based artist. Her work investigates how craft media and technology shape our experiences and understanding of what we classify and perceive as the natural world. She explores the dichotomy between the real and the artificial, employing nature as a motif and a metaphor […]

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Emily Call

With interests extending themes of identity, memory, existence, psychology, relationships, and human emotions, Call’s work reflects a visual manipulation of her thoughts and reactions to the current state of things. Call’s work evokes sequences of subjective occurrences while creating universal understanding. Her art allows her a way to make sense of the world. Call works predominantly in […]

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