Contact: Eugenie Hero Jaffe/801.599.2040
Utah Arts Festival Gallery presents
A Life’s Work
Watercolors and photography by Cliff Greenwood
Opening artist reception is Friday, January 21, 6 to 9 p.m.
Show runs January 21–February 11
Salt Lake City, UT: The Utah Arts Festival Gallery, housed in the Festival offices, is pleased to present A Life’s Work, watercolors and photography by Cliff Greenwood from January 21 to February 11.
A Life’s Work celebrates the 96 year-old artist’s first gallery exhibit.
Born in 1914, Cliff Greenwood immigrated to the United States, with his brother at the age of 11 from England. He lived with his aunt and uncle in Philadelphia and then later moved to Tennessee finally settling in Utah 35 years ago. For many years, each summer, Cliff visited his son Mickey in northern New Mexico and while spending time there would devote one day in Taos sketching adobe buildings, mission churches and pueblos. When he was back at home, he painted watercolors using the sketches as guides. Frequently the sketches were not detailed enough so Cliff began taking photographs as a supplement to his sketches. Over time, photography itself became an important part of his artwork. Cliff's ability to capture beautiful images in nature translates to both his watercolors and his photography. Cliff started painting at the age of 65 and moved to photography a few years later. He just celebrated his 96th birthday.
Artists’ reception, in conjunction with the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll, is Friday, January 21 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Utah Arts Festival Gallery is located at 230 South 500 West, Suite 120.
For details visit www.uaf.org
# # #
Up-coming Utah Arts Festival Gallery Shows:
February 18–March 11: Abstraction with Sonya Dinsdale, Jodi Steen & Todd Powelson
March 18–April 8: Vistas with Patrice Showers Corneli, Rachel Pettit & Michael Rusnack
April 15–May 13: Location Location Location with Stephanie Swift, Dawn Bouvier & Celine Downen
May 20–June 10: Motion–Emotion with Nada Meeks, Scott Page and Michelle Condrat
Utah Arts Festival Gallery Mission: To provide a rotating exhibition space for local artists who have participated in the Utah Arts Festival and to introduce emerging artists to the public while familiarizing them with the Gallery and Festival experience.
Utah Arts Festival Gallery is a member of the Salt Lake Gallery Association.
Utah Arts Festival Foundation is an independent non-profit organization whose mission is to produce the Utah Arts Festival, promote the arts and thus enhance the quality of life for Utah’s residents and visitors. The Festival strives for artistic excellence, community building and fiscal responsibility.
Eugenie Hero Jaffe
Bombshell Music & Media
"How do I pronounce her name," you ask? Say: U•je•knee