I was asked by Friends of Great Salt Lake to present at the Great Salt Lake Issues Forum. The Forum was last week and was a three day event with researchers, scientists, and historians presenting on the current state of GSL along with current research. It was the most fascinating and educational three days I have had. I am not a scientist and missed a lot of the nuance but still understood enough and learned so much! I am so glad I was invited and got to attend.
For my part I was able to talk about my inspiration of Great Salt Lake and the pieces I have created for it. During my presentation I listed the future exhibits I am doing this year and some attendees asked if this was on my blog. So here it is. And if anyone is in Utah during these times, please take a look at the exhibits and let me know what you think.
Finch Lane Gallery
June 15 – August 3, 2018
Art from my Artist-in-Residency at Great Basin National Park
A Sense of Place
November 9, 2018 – January 11, 2019
Collaborative exhibition with Kelly Baisley, photographer, that explores two perspectives of Great Salt Lake
I also have two pieces currently in exhibitions in the area.
Species of Concern: Sego Lily
In the Spring Salon at Springville Museum of Art
On display until July 7
Oak Infinity Scarf
The Utah Women Artist Exhibition at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center
On display until June 27