Double trouble at November Gallery Stroll

Published November 15, 2012 12:59 pm
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The November edition of the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll is set for Friday, Nov. 16, from 6 to 9 p.m., at participating galleries in and around downtown Salt Lake City.

Here are some of this month's highlights:

Double fantasy • Renee and Todd Keith are photographers (they run BellaOra Studios in Saratoga Springs, and both freelance for iStock Photo and Getty Images), and their new exhibit focuses on fantasy images. Their exhibit runs through Dec. 12 at the Utah Arts Alliance Gallery, 127 S. Main St. Friday's artist reception runs from 6 to 9 p.m., with a public performance by Sound Mass at 8 p.m.

Two at the Kayo • Ryan Harrington's works combine found objects — scrap metal, Plexiglas, what have you — with acrylic paints for striking combinations that cross the line between sculpture and painting. Gentry Blackburn, proprietor of the now-on-hiatus store Frosty Darling, specializes in small-scale canvases. They share the space at Kayo Gallery, 177 E. 300 South (where Frosty Darling used to be), through Dec. 2.

Happy anniversary • The Southam Gallery, 152 S. Main, is marking its 30th anniversary with a party. Champagne and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Ready for the holidays • It's not just the shopping malls that are thinking about Christmas early. Holiday shows are launching in at least three galleries: the Utah Arts Festival Gallery, at 230 S. 500 West; the Phillips Gallery, at 444 E. 200 South; and the Slusser Gallery, 447 E. 100 South.

For more information, and a list of galleries, go to gallerystroll.org.



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