Tag: art

Have Talent Will Travel

Local artist Karen Horne transforms scenes from abroad into engaging art, steeped in vivid colors and lively compositions. “I like to interpret photos from my travels, then I play with the composition and adapt it. I’m not a photorealist though,” says artist and Salt Lake City resident Karen Horne. Her...
Butterflies are setting rooms aflutter with wit and whimsy.
Small-space design is tricky. With every detail on display, there’s little room for error. Northland Design’s Ryan Talbot and Jeremy Fillmore offer these design tips for creating big impact for a compact landscape.
Comfort and contemporary, nature-inspired design makes stylish living a shore thing.
Think your décor is short on detail? Here’s what you do: Tack on some trim. Something tasteful and tailored, nothing crazy. After all, you don’t live in a circus tent.
A one-of-kind landscape makeover transforms a tiny Avenues property for a couple who loves art, food and, above all, entertaining.
As a child growing up in the Mount Olympus Cove neighborhood of Millcreek, Eric Overton spent his days in the abundance of nature in his backyard—the slopes of of the Wasatch Range.
The Federal Heights residence transformed by designer Michelle Dunker and homeowner Marilyn Kalbach is a stunner.
Maren Mullin made a bold choice when she decided to open a gallery on Main Street when she was just 25. Shops come and go on Park City’s main thoroughfare with an alarming regularity, but nine years later, Gallery Mar is still entrenched as a piece of the town’s...
Markay Johnson Construction’s entry in the 2017 St. George Parade of Homes is a desert home designed to enjoy the beauty, vistas, and climate of Kayenta, an environmentally sensitive development near Ivins. Called the Point, the home functions just as intended and serves as an example of how a...