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Monday, November 22, 2010

Waterscapes Exhibit @ Utah Arts Alliance (SLC: Nov 30 - Dec 31)

For Immediate Release
November 19, 2010
From: UAA Gallery Director, Kent Rigby, (801) 870-2069

Utah Arts Alliance Announces an Exhibit of Original Fine Art:
WATERSCAPES by Lyndy Lovelady

November 30 – December 31, 2010.
Opening Reception: Friday December 3rd, 6 – 9 p.m.
Public Reception: Friday December 17th, 6 – 9 p.m.
Location: 127 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 12 noon to 8 p.m.

Lyndy Lovelady, a local native artist will exhibit a series of
illustrations themed “Water”. Her focus is to share ocean, river and
lake-scapes as a way to engage others in the creative process.
Lovelady recently published a coloring book called “Impressions of
Southern Utah” to encourage people of any age to color. “Water is
usually on the move. I find it an intriguing challenge to capture the
energy of water at any given moment in time. The landscape around us
becomes easier to interpret when simplified into layers or shapes,
this technique is simplified in the coloring book.”

Lyndy’s artistic expression pours from the magnificent energy of
water, using vibrant blends of Prismacolor pencil to portray its power
and its symbolism in life. Nature is the real theme of each piece.
Water is the star. Water is a gift from mother Earth and a source of
all life. The color and content is vivid and vibrant so the viewer may
feel good inside; like a kiss, a storm, a dance, or a sweet dream,
water reflects a moment. Lovelady’s images of water were recently
featured at the Oasis Café and at the new Central Gallery on 228 East
and 500 South for its Grand Opening this summer. She adds several
unseen fresh new pieces to this collection of works.

The waterscapes are depicted from areas such as Lake Powell, Crack
Canyon, Bluff, high Unitas, Coasts of California, Florida and Kauai,
Hawaii. Prior to creating this body of work, Lyndy’s freelance
graphics business “Artmind Graphics” had her concentrating on a large
project for a local psychic. After creating a deck of 78 full color
Tarot Card Illustrations and the instruction book, “Tarot the Ancient
Translation Tool”, she was able to begin the Water series. Lyndy is
currently creating custom illustrations for other local book authors
such as Murrell Martin’s children’s story “Squeaky’s Christmas Cheese”
and a vintage sailing sea adventure novel cover for Theda Bassett.

The Utah Arts Alliance is a 501c3 non-profit arts organization.
Our mission is to foster the arts in its many forms, to provide venues
to facilitate the arts, to provide programming and support for arts
and education, to provide a central organization committed to
networking and support of Utah’s non-profit arts and educational
groups and to provide support and services to Utah’s artists and

Derek Dyer, Executive Director; Kent Rigby, Gallery Director

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