Loge Gallery at PTC Presents: Lost in the Woods

Communion - Loge Gallery at PTC Presents: Lost in the Woods
Communion - Loge Gallery at PTC Presents: Lost in the Woods
Communion – Loge Gallery at PTC Presents: Lost in the Woods

Pioneer Theatre Company presents the Loge Gallery show Lost in the Woods by Stephanie Saint-Thomas. The exhibit will include painted artwork from Saint-Thomas. It will be on display during the production of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Born in Spain to artist parents, then raised in France, Holland, and Utah, Stephanie Saint-Thomas draws on her upbringing’s landscapes to influence her work. Saint-Thomas notes that “The natural world provides an endless supply in inspiration, and I am drawn to express my emotions often on acrylic sheets or wood, where paints seem to float magically on the smooth surface, often absent of traditional brushstrokes.” 

For this exhibition, Saint-Thomas is displaying a large collection of her work,including a current collection of paintings and jewelry, as well as, for the first time in over 20 years, a selection of hand-painted boxes, mirrors and tables created in her signature technique. All the works of art are signed, one of a kind originals, and there are no prints or reproductions of any kind. 

WHAT:         
“Lost in the Woods”Loge Gallery Art Exhibit 

WHEN:         
December 6 – 21, 2019  

WHERE:      
Loge Level of the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre300 South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, 84112 

TIMES: 
Open to public from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Open before, during intermission and after the production of The Play That Goes Wrong for ticket holders.

PRICE: 
Free

MORE INFO: 
To purchase works, contact Box Office: 801-581-6961Hi-res Photos available: https://www.pioneertheatre.org/loge-gallery/

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