Exhibitions

Inner Dialogue

Left of Center is pleased to announce “Inner Dialogue”, an exhibition of paintings by artist, Effie Loves.  The artist holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Georgia State University and describes her work as “an exploration in streams of consciousness”.  Psuedo-realistic perspectives and barely discernible objects give the viewer something to ponder and is a treat for those who get […]
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Adelaja: Retrospective of a Cubist Artist

Left of Center Art Gallery is excited to present, “Adelaja, a Retrospective of a Cubist Artist”, an exhibition of work by artist, Dayo Adelaja. Originally from Nigeria, Adelaja is a follower of Picasso, Braque, and other cubist artists. Their studies of Africa and its masks became informative tools for the artist. This exhibit is an emancipation from photographs and realistic […]
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Paracosm

Left of Center is excited to present, Paracosm, an exhibit by local artists, Kim Johnson and KD Matheson. These two artists each works with the ideas of past and future, time, and the construct of fragments and spaces. Through painting, mixed media process and assemblage, otherworldly figures and landscapes form and emerge. The combined work of these two artists is […]
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Taking Root and Blossoming

Left of Center is excited to present, Taking Root and Blossoming, an exhibition of the artwork of Senegali artist, Djibril N’Doye. N’Doye, who has lived and exhibited in Southern California currently lives in Southern Utah. His creations are drawn directly on wood with a woodburner and/or oil pencil. He was the subject of an 81 minute documentary film which was […]
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In Between

Left of Center Art Gallery presents: “In Between” featuring work by artists Nanda Sharifpour and Ali Fathollahi April 3 – June 2, 2018 Artist Reception: Friday April 13, 2018 6 – 8:30 pm Gallery Hours: Tues – Fri 12 pm – 5 pm Sat 10 am – 3 pm Free to the Public Left of Center Art Gallery is pleased […]
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A Thin Line, A Retrospective of the Art of Harold Bradford

Artist Reception: Saturday, January 20, 2018 from noon until 3 pm Left of Center is pleased to present, A Thin Line, A Retrospective of the Art of Harold Bradford. A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Bradford received his MFA From the University of Washington, focusing on both graphics and fine art. He worked for YESCO sign company as well as […]
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Desert Notes

In January of 2015, four artists who met at the University of Iowa while getting their MFA, spent ten days in the desert in residency at the Goldwell Open Air Museum.  They returned in February of 2017 where they finished the work they began two years earlier.  This exhibit is the result of the time these artists spent exploring themes […]
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Third World America II

ARTIST DANIEL MILLER SHOWS US THE ISSUE OF HOMELESSNESS IN OUR SOCIETY THROUGH HIS BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS THAT ARE INSPIRING AND ALSO THOUGHT PROVOKING.  PART OF THE PROCEEDS FROM SALES GO TO THREESQUARE.ORG.      
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Frame of Reference

Work by Professor Dennis Martinez of Dixie State University The exhibit “Frame of Reference” is a span of visual influence in the life of an artist. The work incorporates paintings, drawings, assemblage and installation as it relates to the past, present and future inspirations of an artist from youth to maturity. Family, friends and historical artistry as life guidance are […]
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A Room of One’s Own

 (Based on the essay by Virginia Woolf) In a time when women were given no consideration for education, much less their own space to create, Virginia Woolf argued that a woman must have her own room in order to write. We would also add, in order to paint, draw, sculpt, or undertake any creative endeavor. The thoughts that come out […]
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