January 8, 2017

Press Release

The Southern Utah Art Guild is proud to present its Winter Art Show that will run from January 11th through February 25th in the Red Cliff Gallery. The show theme is “Winter Delight”.

The show will feature approximately 100 works of art from approximately 40 Southern Utah Artists. The show will feature contemporary art from all mediums including all forms of painting and mixed media, photography, pottery, sculpture and other. The show will be blend of small and large pieces. All the art will be for sale.

The show will be open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Saturday.

There will be an artist reception and award ceremony on Friday, January 13th, from 4 to 6 PM. The public is invited to view the art, meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments.

The show will be open during the Art to Zion Studio Tour, January 12 through 16, except Sunday, January 15th. There will be artists working in the gallery from 11 to 3 each day of the tour.

The show will also be open during the St. George Parade of Homes, February 17 through 25. This is an excellent opportunity for tour participants to view and purchase original art for their residence.

The Red Cliff Gallery is located in the St. George City Commons Building, 220 N 200E, in St. George.

The Southern Utah Art Guild is an organization whose mission is to promote the visual arts and artists in Southern Utah.

The Southern Utah Art Guild’s 2017 Red Cliff Gallery show schedule can be found at www.redcliffgallerysuag.com. The Southern Utah Art Guild also operates the Arrowhead Gallery in the Electric Theater Center, located at 68 E Tabernacle in St. George. Go to www.southernutahartguild.com to find out more about the activities of the Southern Utah Art Guild.

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John Mangels
Southern Utah Art Guild Board Member 435-674-4323
[email protected]



Below is a Painting from a past Southern Utah Art Guild show that represents the theme - Winter Delight”.

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Zion Splendoran oil painting by Kirk Parkinson.