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Clayhaus at Local Colors of Utah Gallery PDF Print E-mail

In August I was invited to join the Local Colors of Utah art gallery. This is a cooperative gallery that features emerging and established artists working in a number of different forms. From photography to painting, pottery to jewelry, wood-carving to glass works, Local Colors seeks to find and exhibit a diverse array of local art. The gallery can be found directly across the street from Trolley Square at 535 South 700 East, Salt Lake City. I usually work a couple of shifts a month there so stop in, say hello and check the art out.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 February 2011 16:47
Three Landscape Photographs part of an Exhibit at Lamb's Restaurant PDF Print E-mail

The SLC Photo Club is sponsoring an exhibit at the local eatery institution of Lamb's Grill.  I selected three landscape photographs for inclusion including Copper Waters, fron Zion National Park and a classic sunset shot of Delicate Arch from Arches National Park. The exhibit runs through the month of November. Check out the photos while eating some tasty food.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 November 2010 18:51
Four Landscape Photographs at the Holladay Art Fair PDF Print E-mail

I was invited to participate in the annual Holladay Art Fair. The event runs four days beginning 11-Nov (4-8pm) through the 14th. On Saturday and Sunday the hours are noon to 6pm. The location is Holladay City Hall in the Little Cottonwood Room.

The images I am featuring include North Window Sunrise, Pastel Sunrise, Mesa Arch Sunrise, & Archangel Falls, located in, respectively, the national parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands and Zion.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 November 2010 18:42
Clayhaus Images Win at the 2010 Utah State Fair PDF Print E-mail

For my first submission to the Utah State Fair, I submitted five black & white images. Two were submitted to the new B&W category and the other three were submitted in the sub-categories of Architecture, Human Interest, and Landscapes. One of my images, Aura, an infrared photograph of a tree in Bryce, one 1st place in the B/W category. Lee Creek, another infrared image, won 2nd place in its category while Stairs placed 3rd in the Architecture category.


Last Updated on Thursday, 11 November 2010 18:32
Clayhaus Photography Working with Non-Profits PDF Print E-mail

I have been volunteering/working with a few local environmental and land conservation non-profit organizations for a year or so. This 'work' runs the gamut from simply donating photographs for use in newsletters to actively photographing events and lands to sitting on the Board of Directors. Here are a few of my activities...


Utah Chapter of the Sierra Club: The Utah Chapter of the Sierra Club publishes a newsletter (paper and PDF) seasonally. In the Spring 2010 issue you can find numerous thoughtful articles as two images I took in the Bentonite Hills and of a dramatic hoodoo near Moab.


Friends of the Great Salt Lake: An active volunteer for FoGSL, I have photographed a number of events including  field trips to Antelope Island and the Spiral Jetty, as well as the bi-annual Issues Forum. They have also utilized a number of my photographs for brochures, posters and their latest 4-color newsletter.


The Wilderness Society: Earlier this past winter I was contacted by the southwest region director of The Wilderness Society who found me via an Internet search (thank you Google!). She was interested in photographs of realitvely obscure mountain ranges in the southwast area of Utah's West Desert. I agreed to take trips southward to document via photos these mountain ranges -- the Wah Wah Mountains, the Mountain Home Range, the San Francisco Mountains, the Mineral Mountains, and the Kingston Canyon area -- and have provided a number of these images as part of their proposal to include these lands in widerness packages.


HEAL Utah: Recently elected to the Board of Directors of this "watchdog" organization, I have also donated images for use in promotional pieces as well as part of an award to a national level politician.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 April 2010 12:14

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