Salt Lake has more than its fair share of galleries and artists. This is a directory to the art galleries in the Salt Lake valley. Patrons of the arts often makes trips to see the galleries in Park City.
Utah Artists (www.utahartists.com) - review is a collective gallery for Utah artists. It includes: Linda Curley, Darryl Erdman, Colleen Howe...
Utah Museum of Fine Arts (www.umfa.utah.edu) - review Located on the University of Utah campus, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) houses one of Salt Lake's premiere collection of arts. The new Marcia and John Price Museum Building opened on June 2, 2001
Springville Museum of Art (smofa.org) Okay, it is located in Springville--south of Provo. The Springville museum has one of the best collection of Utah artists in the state, and is worth the drive south.
Bingham Gallery (www.binggallery.com) - review Located in the historic Kearns Building on Main Street, the Bingham Gallery trades in American fine art including noted Utah artists.
Phillips Gallery (www.phillips-gallery.com) - review [444 East 200 South] Established in 1965, Phillips Gallery represents over 80 artists, mainly local. We invite you to stroll through our three floors of fine art. For a tour of the gallery and to preview our current exhibit, please visit our website.
Art Access Gallery (www.accessart.org) - review Art Access Gallery [339 Pierpont Avenue] is a nonprofit gallery with items ranging from expert and experimental. \r\n
Utah Artist Hands (www.utahands.com) - review Artwork by Utah Artists. Bringing together the Artists' community of Salt Lake.
A Gallery (www.agalleryonline.com) [4878 South Highland Drive] Local, regional and international fine arts.
Rose Wagner Art Gallery (www.slccfa.org) The Rose Wagner Art Gallery and Salt Lake County public art program have rotating exhibits at the Rose Wagner Performing Art Center.
Williams Fine Art Gallery (www.williamsfineart.com) Established in 1988 and located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Williams Fine Art Gallery is Utah's premiere gallery with over 2100 square feet of display area.\r\n
The Muralist Group (www.summum.us) - review An online art gallery of graffiti art by "The Muralist Group," a name given to a group of various and changing artists that paint murals on a building on the west side of Salt Lake City.
The Temporary Museum of Permanent Change (www.museumofchange.org) - review The Temporary Museum of Permanent Change is a community based, participatory project that uses the major construction processes in downtown Salt Lake City as catalysts to animate the city.
Hope Gallery (www.hopegallery.com) - review Hope Gallery, on Main Street in downtown, is a 15,000 square foot facility featuring fine art.
Art Gallery Outlet & Picture Frames (www.artgalleryoutlet.com) - review Art Gallery Outlet & Picture Frames provides high-quality oil paintings, giclees, and other prints. We also provide custom framing, ready-made frames, mirrors, and other wall d??cor--located in Bountiful and Salt Lake City (Draper) Ut.
Brushworks Gallery Fine Art and Custom Framing (www.brushworksgallery.com) - review Brushworks shows a variety of artists including: Gary Collins, Richard Murray, Karl Thomas, Graydon Foulger, Kathleen Peterson, & Ian Ramsay. We are also one of the premier custom frame shops in Utah. We have over 60 years of combined framing experience.
Local Colors of Utah Art Gallery (localcolorsart.com) A favorite of visitors and Salt Lake City locals alike, Local Colors of Utah Art Gallery [1054 E 2100 S] represents fine art works in pottery, photography, jewelry, painting, sculpture, fibre, collage and glass.
Lanny Barnard Gallery (www.lannybarnardgalleryslc.com) Looking for the perfect fine art painting? We are the most unique art gallery in Salt Lake City, with fine art displayed in an eclectic mix of paintings, antiques, jewelry, home decor, and gifts.