Godzilla at Art Access’ 300 Plate Fundraiser

Once again this year I am participating in Art Access’ 300 Plate Fundraiser.  For those of you who don’t know, Art Access is an organization that works to improve access to creativity for differently abled and under-represented artists in the Salt Lake City community. Since 1984, Art Access has run programs to mentor emerging artists. More recently they have linked up with

the Utah Division of Arts and Museums to create “Breaking Barriers,” a curriculum for helping cultural organizations in Utah improve accessibility.  As a retired Occupational Therapist, Art Access’ mission is naturally very near and dear to my heart.

This year over 200 Utah artists have created over 380 10"x11" panels. Once again this year, the event will be held online. Tickets for this popular event are now on sale for $25 per ticket. Registration closes May 20, 2021. Questions? Email 300plates@artaccessutah.org.

This year for one of my paintings for the event I‘ve had fun imagining a lively view from the ski lift.  When searching for a title of this piece, my 13 year old ski racer exclaimed, “Tourist.”  If you’re a skier from Utah, you will understand the sentiment.  If not, please know we still love our visitors.   

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