Mondo Fine Art & Artist John Bell present “would you like to become a fan“, recent work by the artist, Saturday October 16, 2010 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the artist’s home — 3851 E. Sunnydale Lane (Emigration Township) Salt Lake City.
Bell will reveal several paintings that have recently been on display in Las Vegas and Miami during the renowned Art Basel international Art Fair, but rarely seen in Utah.
Bell’s home was just featured in 944 magazine. To see the full article, CLICK HERE (page 16-17)
Don’t miss this opportunity to preview Bell’s work in the unique setting of the artist’s noteworthy mid-century modern home for one day only.
3851 E. Sunnydale Lane(formerly 1645 Sunnydale Lane – one mile up Emigration Canyon).
Take Foothill or 800 So. (Which turns into Sunnyside Ave. at Foothill Blvd.)
Head east on Sunnyside Ave. — past the Hogle Zoo into Emigration Canyon
Sunnydale Laneis the first right off the canyon road (below Ruth’s Diner)
3851 Sunnydale Laneis halfway down on the left where you will see a dark grey louvered fence. Enter through fence door.
About the Artist:
Nationally emerging artist John Bell explores multiple movements of contemporary art all at once, creating a hallmark painting style that comments broadly on sociopolitical issues, the impact of social media, and the ever-fluctuating values of contemporary culture. Bell, lauded as an “indiscriminate genre-blender” fuses abstract expressionism, geometric abstraction, pop art and many other artistic styles. He employs recurring images of iconic popular culture, snippets of news feeds, and social media references set against a brightly hued color palette, hard-edge, tense geometric lines and ethereal back drops. His work has been placed in many private collections throughout the U.S. and has exhibited in countless group and solo exhibitions, including Art Basel, Miami, New York’s Time Warner Center, Southern Nevada Museum of Art, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City.
Bell’s work and mid-century home have recently been profiled in the Los Angeles-based, lifestyle, and culture-centric 944 Magazine. A profile of Bell will be published in the soon- to-be-released national fall edition of Blue Canvas Magazine. A cover editorial in Seven Magazine, (Las Vegas) entitledBeyond Pop; The man and message behind the paint. Hailed as an “artist on the rise” by Salt Lake Magazine, his work and home have been featured in a cover article in Utah Style & Design. He has received numerous acknowledgments and reviews in NY Art World, Blackbook, City Weekly, Salt Lake City, Seven and Deseret Companion magazines as well as a host of online publications. He is represented by Mondo Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Brett Wesley Contemporary, Las Vegas, Cancio Contemporary, Miami/New York.
If you haven’t already seen our video on John Bell, CLICK HERE and enjoy as John walks you through his creative process as well as gives you a peek into his home and studio.