Kayenta Art Exhibit "Anything Goes"

Art Exhibit: 2D & 3D "Anything Goes"

The April 2021 Exhibit is open to all 2-D and 3-D mediums except photography. Examples would be mixed media, collage, sculpture, paint, fabric, etc. Subject matter is also up to the whims of the artist. (Photos may be used as long as they are part of a collage or combined with other mediums.)

The theme is “ANYTHING GOES”. Entries for this show will be accepted at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta on: Wednesday, March 31st from 3 – 6:00 PM. (If you cannot drop off your art during these times, please contact Kathy Johnson at lakathay@hotmail.com)

Due to Covid restrictions, there will not be an opening reception for this exhibit—sorry!

This show will end Wednesday, June 2nd. Unsold entries can be picked up that day between 3:00 and 6:00 PM. Art will be on display to the public during regular staff business hours (Monday – Friday 12:00 – 4:00 PM), and during scheduled performances.

The Jurors of “Anything Goes”

Hollie Ragland

Hollie grew up in the art community of Laguna Beach, CA, and developed a passion for the arts at a young age. She attended Occidental College and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, where she received her BFA.  Her rendering and conceptual ability, combined with design experience made for a smooth transition into the advertising worlds of Los Angeles and New York.  Her agency experience as a Senior Art Director/Designer kept her on the forefront of the industry with clients ranging from American Express and Citibank to Cunard Cruise Lines. Leaving big-city life, Hollie and her husband, Greg established RDI Creative in Park City, UT in the early 90s. She continues helping clients in the real estate, finance, recreation, hospitality, lifestyle, and entertainment industries brand their image through design, art, and advertising. Raising 2 sons in Park City, the Raglands now reside in Kayenta. 

You can see Hollie’s work in Kayenta as she designs for Kayenta Development and Kayenta Homes & Properties overseeing their visual brand, including websites design and updates, advertising, print, the Art Village signage and the monthly Kayenta Connection. She also designed the Center for the Arts at Kayenta logo, designed their ID and establish the visual banding for all their marketing materials. 

Hollie’s Design Work has been honored by Desi, Creativity, ADDY and Communications
Arts. Her previous judging experience include the Park City Arts Festival, Park City, Utah and
the Springdale Arts Festival, Springdale, Utah.

 

Betty Marianetti

Received a Bachelor or Arts degree as a ‘non traditional student’ while living in Michigan after our 3 children were themselves in College. Original degree was in Medical Technology. I have always loved Art and the process of creating things. Initially I worked on 2 dimensional oil pieces and evolved to 3 dimensional pieces of stone and wood as well as mixed media collages, printmaking, hand made paper sculptures and watercolors.

Worked as an Art Consultant in a Southfield Michigan gallery after receiving my degree. My responsibilities included creating window displays, researching to find prints and framing or art pieces.  Taught both drawing and painting classes through continuing education. Have been judged into shows and received awards in Rochester N.Y., Laredo Texas and Detroit Michigan areas.
 
Went to school to become certified by Yoga Alliance as a 200 hour RYT in early 2000. Have been teaching yoga since 2000 and continue to enjoy going to workshops and retreats for both yoga and meditation.   Was a member of the Board of Friends of Snow Canyon for 3 years and we continue to support the park.

My husband Ron and I moved to Kayenta 3 years ago and have been in the Saint George area for 11 years. We both love the quiet and natural beauty that surrounds our home here.

Participating Artists:

More Upcoming Exhibits:

November 2020: Watercolor/alcohol ink/ink/gouache Exhibit—2-month run

Theme: “Liquid Color”

January 2021: Drawing Exhibit (charcoal, graphite, pastel, silverpoint, etc.)—2-month run

Theme: “Self Portrait”

March 2021: Open to all mediums—2-month run

Theme: “Anything Goes”

May 2021: Fiber Arts and Ceramics Exhibit—1-month run

Theme: “From the Earth: Fiber and Ceramics”

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Public Health at Kayenta

“In order to protect our performers and public, we will follow the lead that other professional theaters have established in requiring proof of negative COVID-19 test results from within 72 hours before the show, or Covid-19 vaccine card to participate in any capacity at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta.”

2 WAYS TO ATTEND:

1. Bring documented proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours before the show

2. Bring your vaccine card

Children 12 and under are required to wear a mask at all times at CFAK.

“We truly hope that everyone will now feel safe and comfortable coming out to enjoy our beautiful venue, and the many upcoming concerts, plays, festivals, musicals, and lectures starting in September!”

Jan Broberg, Executive Director

Thank you for your consideration in order to keep our staff, performers and patrons safe.