Where Do We Go? Part 4

by Grace White

Grace is from Washington and is in the art program at BYU. She is intrigued by the intricacy of human response, one of which is anxiety. Grace finds that her own anxiety causes her to create conversations that never happen (planning potential ones, or re-working ones from the past). This photo series is a way to create a world out of that, one that relies on conversations that never existed, in order to exist.

Life Magazine Special Issue – World War II, 40 Years Later: The Heroes, The Battles, The Home Front, 1985; pg 52-53

by Hannah Landeen

Hannah Landeen was born in 1997 in American Fork, Utah. In 2021, she will receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art with a teaching license and a minor in interdisciplinary humanities at Brigham Young University. Landeen has participated in many group exhibitions; most recently her pieces “Reassemblage”, “Domestic Collage 1”, and “Holiday House Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny, Rome” were included in the Covey Center of the Arts’ Fall Showcase in Provo, Utah. Landeen currently lives and works in Provo, Utah.

Victory

by Rachel Henriksen

Rachel Henriksen was born in Provo, Utah and is currently a BFA candidate in Brigham Young University’s Studio Art program. Henriksen recently received an honorable mention for a piece in the Bountiful Davis Art Center 45th Annual Statewide Art Competition and had her work featured in the 95th Annual Spring Salon at the Springville Art Museum. Henriksen is currently preparing for an upcoming solo show at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in Salt Lake City, Utah and a two person show at the Covey Center in Provo, Utah.

Imperishable Perennials

by Carrie Jube Everett

Carrie Jube Everett is a BFA Studio Art student at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She works in a variety of mediums, but has most recently dealt with photography and installation as a means of exploring the intersection between the artificial and the natural, critiquing the human admiration of the beautifully fake and idolization of what is not “real” or natural.

Conglomerates

by Carrie Jube Everett

Carrie Jube Everett is a BFA Studio Art student at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She works in a variety of mediums, but has most recently dealt with photography and installation as a means of exploring the intersection between the artificial and the natural, critiquing the human admiration of the beautifully fake and idolization of what is not “real” or natural.

Enclosure

by Rachel Henriksen

Rachel Henriksen was born in Provo, Utah and is currently a BFA candidate in Brigham Young University’s Studio Art program. Henriksen recently received an honorable mention for a piece in the Bountiful Davis Art Center 45th Annual Statewide Art Competition and had her work featured in the 95th Annual Spring Salon at the Springville Art Museum. Henriksen is currently preparing for an upcoming solo show at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in Salt Lake City, Utah and a two person show at the Covey Center in Provo, Utah.

Serpentine Verdite

by Melissa Gonzales

Melissa Gonzales is a ceramic artist who has an interest in geology. She explores the limits of her medium through material exploration and experimentation. Coming from a family with a scientific background, Gonzales instead prefers to ‘play’ and intuitively make. Or in some cases find and display.

Before

by Samuel Everett

Samuel Everett is an artist working in various media and exploring ideas of childhood, loss of innocence, and relationships. He is currently working towards his BFA degree at Brigham Young University in Studio Art.