•The Candy Club Collective Virtual Show and Sale IS OPEN! Over 100 small works, priced $150 and $200, from 25 women artists across North America. Click HERE for info and links to the show!

Inside Utah artist, Candace McLane’s Studio

  • Kindness is Our Superpower

    Kindness. Kindness is in me. It’s nothing I’ve lost.  I carry it. I carry it in me. I can share my garden. I can leave flowers for the neighbor. I can donate to “No Kid Hungry.” I can be a witnessing ear to my friend’s woes.  I can say a kind word to a Facebook friend, with whom I don’t agree. I can feed a stray cat, pay for a stranger’s bus fare. I can vote. We are not surrounded by kindness, kindness is in us. It is our superpower. 
  • ‘Living Like Fish” at Candy Club Collective Virtual Show and Sale- NOW OPEN!

    The Candy Club Collective arises from a group of 25 female artists who come together under the leadership of Katrina Berg to learn art business pro...
  • Rethinking Self Love

    “Once we remove the obstruction that has us believe, we have to try to become, we will just become... exactly what it is we are suppose to be. And those obstructions are not just our obstructions, they are a world of obstructions that have been created, that are in between us and our inherent divinity, in between us and our innate “enough-ness...”

  • Living Like Fish

    How are you? I mean really how are you?  It’s a very strange time.  Some of us believe there is a virus, others think it‘s a conspiracy... Some believe masks must be mandated, others believe their freedom is being trampled if asked to don one. Regardless of what you believe, I think we can all agree its a strange time, steeped in not knowing, steeped in separateness and disconnection.  Though we are standing beside each other, we surround ourselves with likeminded people on social media, we often unfriend people with whom we disagree.  We are truly living in bubbles - both physically and ideologically.
  • News from the Studio

    Here in Utah we have hit what I hope is the height of the summer temperatures.  While not humid, temperatures in the Wasatch mountains reaching nea...
  • Mark Your Calendar: July 11 Studio Pop-up at Water From the Moon Store

    On Saturday, July 11 from 11 am to 5 pm, I'll be doing my first Pop-Up Shop, painting and selling my work at Water From the Moon in Heber City Utah.  Water From the Moon is located at 118 South 500 West in Heber. I can't wait to see you and your mask!
  • What 100 Days Taught Me: Reflections on #the100dayproject2019

    So what did I learn in one hundred days? Over the arc of the project, I experienced much of the technical development I expected. I honed sketching skills, developed my understanding of watercolor, and explored the use of color, but I also met my deeply personal narratives. I did not expect to meet my story.
  • 300 Plates Fundraiser: My Work's Included!

    ART Access maybe closing their gallery, but the work goes on.  They will continue to support under-represented artists, handicapped, and disadvantaged artists.  The 300 Plates fundraiser is still happening! I am lucky to be counted among the 185 Utah artists to be included in this fundraiser. While there won't be the giddy anticipation of waiting for our wristband to be randomly selected, here's what you need to know to add to (or start) your collection of these 10"x11" treasures.

    Pricing will still be done in our traditional way, with plate prices starting at $85 and increasing in $1 increments. There will also be a Silent Auction with the option to receive notices about plates you are bidding on.

  • Meet the Artist

    Currently I enjoy living on a small farm in Heber Valley, Utah, where I am surrounded by goats, chickens, peacocks, bees, my studio dogs, Maggie and Nala, a sweet husband and many children, home in the wake of COVID19. I work daily in my studio on our back hill overlooking the Wasatch Back. My days are filled with art, virtual art shows, ideas, oils and watercolors. There are no bad days!