For Immediate Release
Contact: Eugenie Hero Jaffe 801.599.2040
Utah Arts Festival Gallery presents Travelogue
Photography by Randy Laub, Steve Midgley and Paul Titus
Opening artist reception Friday, February 17, 6 to 9 pm
Show runs February 17–March 9
Salt Lake City, UT: The Utah Arts Festival Gallery presents Travelogue photography by Randy Laub, Steve Midgley and Paul Titus February 17 through March 9 at the Festival headquarters, 230 South 500 West, Suite 120.
Randy Laub (www.randylaubphoto.com) was born and currently lives in Salt Lake City but grew up in Reno, NV and lived in Germany. He has a degree in German and Business Administration from Utah State University. His extensive travels in Germany inspired this exhibit “From a Moving Train—A Ride Along the Rhine.”
Steve Midgley (www.stevemidgleyphotography.com) is a Fine Art photographer based in Utah working in classic landscape photography as well as capturing images of our decaying, not-so-distant, past. Working in both black & white and color, Midgley uses older, large format film cameras almost exclusively and the results are scanned, then printed on a high-end Epson Giclée printer.
Paul Titus’ interest in photography began when he got a Brownie in 1954. His work is displayed in two galleries on the Oregon coast, as well as the gift shop in the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
Artists’ reception, in conjunction with the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll, is Friday, February 17 from 6 to 9 pm.
Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.
The Utah Arts Festival Gallery is housed in the Festival headquarters, 230 South 500 West, Suite 120.
For details visit www.uaf.org.
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Upcoming 2012 Utah Arts Festival Gallery Shows:
March 16 – April 13: Perception with Miranda Whitlock, Blake Palmer and Verl Adams
April 20 – May 11: Natural Treasures with Richard Horrocks, Kevin Wellard and Gary Merrell
May 18 – June 8: Particulation/Caught Up in the Moment with Christine McDonough, Michelle Condrat and Kim Blackburn
2012 Utah Arts Festival: June 21–24
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.
For High Resolution Photos Contact:
Eugenie Hero Jaffe
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