Out of Line: Geometric Explorations in Utah Exhibit

TAE-out of lineThe TEF Traveling Art Exhibits continue with Out of Line:  Geometric Explorations in Utah, at Northlake Elementary School, November 2 – November 30, 2015. This is a great opportunity for members of the community to view first-class art without leaving the Tooele Valley! There will be nine exhibits in the 2015-2016 school year, and each will feature a unique art theme and artist(s). Check this schedule and add the dates to your calendar. You don’t want to miss out on this unique event.

Out of Line: Geometric Explorations in Utah exhibition explores the colliding influences of multiple national and international art movements on Utah artists in the late 20th century. Many of the works in this exhibition can be described by or fit into one or more artistic periods, including: geometric abstraction, abstract expressionism, formalism, color field painting, modernism, and others. The result is an exhibition that gives audiences the opportunity to explore what these artistic movements mean when the delineations between them become muddled, and when an artist’s body of work evolves over time to combine these interconnected aesthetics.
Utah Division of Arts and Museums

This is just one of three art exhibits that are currently showing in Tooele County. The Faces of Mali exhibit at West Elementary School runs until November 16, 2015 and the Block Prints by Everett Ruess exhibit at Harris Elementary School runs until November 30, 2015.