Fine Art

John Depuy
oil, watercolor

Chris Erickson
oil

Jonathan Frank
watercolor and ink

Bonnie Frucci

oil

Winston Gamble
jewelry

Randolph Jorgen
stone sculpture

Mark Knudsen
acrylic

Kyle Kraiter
glass

Barbara McCulloch
oil, acrylic

Nickolas Muray
photography

Rachel Pettit
oil

R. Lillian Siefer
mixed water media

Leslie Thomas
oil

Eric Trenbeath
pastels


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Nickolas Muray
photography

Nickolas Muray was an internationally renowned, New York based portrait photographer during the 1920's through the 1940's. In addition to notable portraits of American celebrities such as Greta Garbo and Babe Ruth, Nickolas also photographed famous Mexican artists of the day including Miguel Covarrubias, Diego Rivera, and Frida Kahlo. Nickolas and Frida developed a ten year love affair during which time he took many iconic photographs of Frida, as well as many that remained undiscovered until 1991.

That year, Mimi Muray-Levitt persuaded her brother Christopher to go through several suitcases of their father's belongings that lay in a garage here in Moab, Utah where Christoper currently resides. It was here that they unearthed several before unpublished negatives of the iconic painter and former lover of their father. Limited addition silver prints have been made from the negatives, while some of the more classic images have been reproduced as both platinum prints and carbon pigment transfers.