Sat. May 25th, 2019

“The Other Side of Utah”

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“The Other Side of Utah,” a community-focused art show displayed on the mezzanine level of Utah State University’s Prehistoric Museum features 39 artists and continues through March 10.
 According to Sandra Budd, head of exhibits at the museum said, “This year’s exhibition represents a wide array of mediums. There are several large paintings and photographs as well as prints and sculptures. Many of the artists celebrate the special features of this state; from its wildlife, to its classic car beauties, star-filled night skies and iconic mountain scenes.
Artists whose work is exhibited include John Adams, Aspen Anderson, Daniel Bear, Sandy Behling, Emalee Bott, Sandra Budd, Sharon Bunderson, Charles Callis, Sherry Campbell and Tyson Chappell.
Other pieces were created by Patrice Corneli, Cleo Dholliday, Chase Fausett, Everlynn Felk, Ann Filmore, Janice Fowler, CJ Hales, Levan Hall, Taylor Hill, Jason Huntzinger, Tyler Isaach, Charlie Johnston, Anne Kaferle, Benjamin Kilbourne, Kate Kilpatrick-Miller, Mike King, Nicole Kim Lavely, Lloyd Logan, F. Jay Lott, Joette Nielson, Craig Evan Royce, Josh Tuttle, Bonnie Vea, Kathleen Warren, Terry Willis, KaeLynn Winn, Kayla Winn, Sandy Wisecup and Kristy Woodhouse.
Eastern’s Prehistoric Museum, located at 155 East Main Street, Price, Utah, features a paleontological and archeological wing and is open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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