Friday, November 9, 2012


Last night was the Zion's Bank Art show in downtown Salt Lake City. They put on this one night only art extravagance with 30 or so artists and full catering. It's a lottery system to get in, but once in you are allotted a ten foot wide grid to display your artwork. Live music groups played on each of the four floors they have set aside for the event. Its a big deal for the artist since you need to be set up at 6:00 in the evening and take everything down after 9:00, but you do meet a lot of people which is good for the networking.

I tried to get into it this year but didn't make it from the hat draw; our friend Sid Colton did. So we were there visiting him and offering out moral support, (not financial!!!).  There were of course a lot of fine artists there, many of which I visited and chatted with as the servers came around with food for the clients.

I nice warm breeze was blowing throughout the evening, the precursor to the cold front moving through. This morning I woke up to snow and the white stuff has been coming down ever since. The next three days are forecasted for snow, so it looks like winter has officially arrived.

I worked more on the hill top village again.  It's going to be another one of those paintings I have to methodically move along dealing with the architecture. Yup, this will take a while to finish!

Richard Boyer

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