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Join local artists in celebrating the 100th Annual Spring Salon at the Springville Museum of Art

PARK CITY, Utah — Join the Springville Art Museum for their 100th annual Spring Salon. Its opening reception and awards ceremony with the artists took place on Saturday, April 27. The exhibit will run through July 6.

Local artists accepted into the 2024 Spring Salon

Local artists Joseph Cordery, Susette Gertsch, Kris Hanaman and David Winegar are four of the artists whose artworks are among the 276 pieces accepted for display. Joseph Cordery has two art pieces in the Spring Salon. He is one of the Park City artists displaying their work at CreatePC and expects to show more of his work soon at MINERS 9. The other three artists recently showed their art at the Spring into Art show in Park City and David Winegar delights locals with photography on Nextdoor.

See what’s happening in the Utah art scene

The Spring Salon started in 1922. Artists such as Walt Disney, Georgia O’Keefe and Norman Rockwell sent in their art. These days only Utah artists may participate. 2024 had a record-breaking 1,450 entries.

“One of the best parts of the Spring Salon is that it brings together works from different disciplines, paradigms, mediums, styles, and genres. It really is a cross-section of what’s happening in the Utah art scene, from the most academic realism to interesting conceptual works in new media. There is something for everyone in this year’s Spring Salon,” said Emily Larsen, director of the Springville Museum of Art.

Opening hours for the Spring Salon

The Spring Salon will run through Saturday, July 6 at 126 East 400 South in Springville. The Springville Museum of Art is generally open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. It is closed Mondays, Sundays and holidays. Don’t miss this chance to see one of the largest displays of Utah art.

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