(L–R) A Van Sessions guest and R. Brandon Long sychronize their skills to produce the right representation of music in Ogden.
Endless Indulgence’s show room is full of a colorful array of retro, vintage-inspired pieces.
Beehive Bike Polo Club member observes the game at the club's city-sanctioned courts at Jordan Park. Photo: Matthew Hunter
(L–R) Derek Dyer and Renya Nelson have spearheaded efforts to add murals by local and national artists alike to the walls of Salt Lake City— bringing color and community to the forefront of South Salt Lake and the Granary District. Mural: Renya Nelson, Cody Comrie. Photos By John Barkiple
(L–R) Artist Maddie Mekkelson FICE owner and Corey Bullough both believe in FICE’s monthly galleries as a way to support and celebrate local artists. Photo: John Barkiple
Director/set designer David Brothers has based his upcoming fi lm, What a Show Show, on ‘70s game shows, their colorful stages and the hysteria that they engender. Photo: Matthew Hunter
Gregg Deal will perform a piece at Transcontinental: People, Place, Impact at the Rio Gallery on April 19, which addresses “the impact of Western expansion on Native land and identity.” Photo: Gregg Deal
Using the history, geology and visual appeal of the Southern Utah arches, Wischer has design a multi-media exhibit to heighten the magic the arches are capable of creating. Photos courtesy of Wendy Wischer
Horacio Rodriguez digitally scans Mesoamerican sculptures, resizes them for a 3D print that he uses for a cast, then creates his rendition on which he prints decals.
Salt Lake City Public Library holds a cornucopia of local music from over the years. Photo: John Barkiple