The Finch Lane Gallery presents two new art exhibitions:
Hayden White’s Apart Meant Three, and Trishelle Jeffery’s Care. These exhibitions will be open to the public from June 23 – August 3 at 54 Finch Lane, SLC. There will be an artist reception on Friday, June 23, 6-9pm. Members of the public are invited to attend. Finch Lane Gallery is open Tuesdays, 9:30am-8:30pm, and Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9:30am-5pm.
Hayden White – Apart Meant Three
Hayden White’s work derives solely around the sketchbook doodle, utilizing automatic process, free of preemptive forethought. A rejection of immediate sentiment seems prominent, yet imagery sets a stage for interaction once a viewer commits to its engagement.
Living and working out of Salt Lake City, Utah, Hayden escaped the conversations of “being put in place” right and wrongs through core understandings of learning to draw and paint at Hudson Valley Community College.
Trishelle Jeffery – Care
Trishelle Jeffery’s collection of self-portraits immortalize the parts of life that are often considered unexceptional, the marginal moments between bigger experiences and achievements. Jeffery’s exhibition is a reminder that plans and momentum are not the whole of life, but a small part of it.
Trishelle is a printmaker, comics artist, and educator with a B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Printmaking from the University of Utah and Wichita State University respectively. For over a decade her largely autobiographical work has seen critical praise in exhibitions and residencies throughout the nation, including multiple viewings and a solo exhibit at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Finch Lane Gallery is a program of the Salt Lake City Arts Council.