"signs and symbols of spring" reception photos (my solo show)

"signs and symbols of spring" reception photos (my solo show)
thanks so much to all who came and celebrated with us at alpine art & frame's salt lake gallery stroll reception. it was wonderful to be with each of you!
see “signs & symbols of spring” till this friday june 30th
430 east south temple, salt lake
hours: 9 to 5:30 (monday - friday)
below you'll see some favorite photos from that night.

alpine art gallery photo shoot with my dancer & her bestie!

alpine art gallery photo shoot with my dancer & her bestie!

click here to see all the paintings in the "signs and symbols of spring" collection

i spent a special day with daughter and her bestie at the gallery -- when she was little i'd follow her around with my camera trying to capture all her adventures and sweet moments. things move so much faster these days and it was a gift to spend time with anneclaire and her bff in the alpine art & frame gallery celebrating art, dance & friendship. here are my favs from the photoshoot. flip through the online show catalog here.

15 bytes review of katrina berg's solo show "signs & symbols of spring"

15 bytes review of katrina berg's solo show "signs & symbols of spring"
alpine art katrina berg large floral bird oil thick paint solo show

special thanks to avery grieg and 15 bytes for their review of my solo show. i'll leave a peek below, click here to read the entire article on 15 bytes.

Other works in the exhibition, including “Angels’ Lullaby” and “I Want to Break Free,” deal with heavier topics such as healing and processing past events or letting go of old beliefs. Although these themes can be significantly heavy topics, Berg does not use them as an opportunity to dump dark colors and painful subjects onto her canvases. Just as in “I’ve Got Plenty to Be Thankful For,” Berg subverts these deeper messages with her light, feminine and deeply symbolic creations. If there is one thing the exhibition solidifies, it is that broad and heavy issues do not become diluted when expressed in feminine colors and themes.

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"signs & symbols of spring" -- my solo show at alpine art & frame in salt lake

online catalog katrina berg large floral birds thick paint contemporary oil

signs and symbols of spring

alpine art & frame
430 east south temple street
salt lake city
go see the show at alpine art & frame until friday june 30th!
gallery hours:
monday - friday 9 am to 5:30 pm
saturday 10 am to 3 pm
instagram: @alpineartframe

8 must–read art publications, my 5’ tall easter egg painting, what to do with older artwork, & 15 ways to survive a winter apocalypse

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for art collectors looking for new artists to follow and learn about or for artists looking for new inspiration – here’s a list of 8 magazines you might want to purchase a copy or subscription. from “fine art connoisseur” to “art and cake”, i’m sure you’ll find something new that you’ll enjoy. slcc (salt lake community college) is open for exhibition proposals till april 7th, and create! magazine is accepting art for their summer issue. a pod-sister panel episode about what to do with older work has launched on jessica libor’s “inspired painter podcast” – listen to episode #115. it’s packed with wonderful ideas and mindset thoughts for artists. hear about the symbolism in my latest large oval floral with birds that symbolize easter. a red pill about our media, who owns it, where the info comes from and more. and finally, 15 ways that have helped me enjoy winter – even an apocalyptic one as the one we’re currently enjoying!