upcoming february art shows

Two Stories

February 6th – March 1st, I’m honored to have been invited to show at the Green Room of Salt Lake City’s Acting Company during Two Stories {written by local playwright, Elaine Jarvik}:

a struggling journalist eager to keep her job in a changing economy. When a Pakistani family moves in next door, Jodi gets more than just a great story. TWO STORIES is an exploration of diverse landscapes, including economic rise and fall, sensationalism and honesty, how we navigate the growing diversity and lingering stereotypes in our communities, and more intimately, how identity is bridged between generations.

Here is the beautiful write up SLAC has posted to their website under the Green Room tab:

Our Green Room Gallery is a collective endeavor between community and artists. This space allows us to offer a variety of diverse visual perspectives from local artists. In keeping with SLAC’s mission to nurture our local, creative community, we celebrate these reinforcements born between the visual and performing arts. All sales go directly to the exhibiting artist…

…Katrina uses paint as a means of preservation. This pictorial form of conservation acts as a record of a place, time, and feeling. Her work presenting homes and architecture not only offer physical descriptions, but also encapsulates the nostalgia of the American dream. As the architectural landscape of our cities and the cultural climate of our societies evolves scenes such as those depicted by Katrina find their place in the realm of the historical, rather than the current day to day. The American dream that once consisted of the small little house with the white picket fence has evolved, and is now diverse and individualized. TWO STORIES reflects America’s changing demographics, and different versions of the American Dream are reflected through the changing architectural landscape of a neighborhood. Questions of neighborhood preservation are raised, and the American dream is examined.

So excited!

The art reception will be held before the play’s opening at 7 pm {play starts at 7:30} 

Carl and I will be there for both, grab some tickets and come join us, we’d love to see you!


That same weekend, February 6th and 7th, I’ll have cakes, chairs, and more at

the Utah Art Market:

Sugarhouse Garden Center
1602 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City, Utah

I’m so excited to be part of this wonderful event with two of my favorite artisans: Wacky Nancy Jones and Meredith Hendricks of winnie press.  Looking forward to seeing the latest from our local artisans.  As ever, thanks for your love and support on this artful journey! xo ~ katrina

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