eARTh @ the Urban Art Gallery


I’m very happy to let ya know that my artwork will be on display at the Urban Arts Gallery, in downtown Salt Lake at the Gateway. The show opens Tuesday, April 5th and runs through the end of the month. There will also be a reception Gallery Stroll eve on Friday, April 15th at 6pm. I’ll be there and would love to meet you.

I’m so happy to be included in this group show. Although I’ve exhibited a few pieces here and there, these last 2+ years I’ve been more focused on making new artwork. Pretty much all of my work on display will be newer work, made during that time. Although I’ve shared my artwork here on ArtDuh and Facebook, now you’ll be able to see my new work in person! New artwork like my First World, Second World, Wolf, Nature Looks Back At You, Bird Of Prey, Seventh World, and Eighth World.

Stop on in and check it out! Here is a little more information:


Presenting works inspired by our relationship to the natural world. Featuring Alex Hall, Brooklyn Ottens, Carol Berry, Craig Fisher, Mike Jensen, Todd Powelson, and William Cannon.

Hours of Operation
Closed Mondays
Tuesday – Saturday 12-8pm
Sunday 12-6pm
Call us 801-230-0820

Located at 137 S. Rio Grande St. You’ll find the Urban Arts Gallery at the south end of The Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City, under the bridge by the Megaplex theater. Recommended parking in the Summer Lot or taking the UTA Trax to the Planetarium or Arena stations. | events | eARTh

The Wolf


Thanks to everybody who came out to the Urban Arts Festival yesterday🙂

I finished a new piece the day before the festival that I had for sale as a poster. I know the preview image above is a little bit small, but give it a click to see a larger and more detailed view. This is the first piece (or two?) in a larger series that I am very excited about. Stay tuned!

The Fourteenth Ward @ The Urban Arts Gallery


Be sure to stop into the Urban Arts Gallery at the Gateway to see some great artwork, and to see the Fourteenth Ward perform! A great way to spend the evening

Urban Arts Gallery


There is a new gallery at the Gateway that everyone should stop in and visit. Last weekend was the grand opening of the new Urban Arts Galley, and I am very impressed. It is a very nice and large space showcasing a number of different artists, and currently featuring the artwork of Jimmi Toro. A lot of very nice work! You’ll also find a boutique selling all sorts of local handmade stuffz.

There are also a number of events planned for the space, including dance performances, CONNECT, Gallery Stroll, and the Urban Arts Festival. Checkity-check!