Courtesy Phillips Gallery
Joe Carter explores culture through almost-photographic still
lifes of the mundane.
Devil of the details
Gallery Stroll » Jewelry maker and sculptor Joe Carter gets inspiration from insects for show at Phillips Gallery.
By glen warchol
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Mar 16 2012 08:13 am • Last Updated Mar 16 2012 08:13 am
The meticulous detail in Joe Carter’s almost-photographically rendered still-life paintings is mesmerizing.
Formerly an engineer, jewelry maker and sculptor, Carter works to record small objects, normally held to be mundane and worthless but —not surprisingly — captures the larger culture surrounding us.
His show is at the Phillips Gallery, 444 E. 200 South, Salt Lake City.
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