On April 27, 2006, artist, Kristin Abraham, and musician, Alfonso Llamas, added Utah to The Nomadic Project
Utah is the seventeenth state to become connected by art with the
ambitious conceptual art project that is uniting the country. The Nomadic Project
has been on the road for over five months, pulling inspiration from one
state and leaving it in the next state over. A painting, inspired by
Nevada, is now on display in downtown Salt Lake City. The chosen
gallery was Utah Artist Hands
, owned and operated by Pamela O’Mara.
Utah Artist Hands
shares unique and innovative art with the Salt Lake City community. They will be displaying the acrylic painting, titled Exeunt Omnes
, until Abraham and Llamas complete their tour of the country in November of 2006. Exeunt Omnes
was painted by Kristin Abraham, and addresses the contrasts of Nevada.
As Abraham paints, Llamas composes original music and video. All of the
work created in this year of traveling will be united in The Nomadic Project
traveling exhibit in November of 2007. The personal journals and
records of the artists will also be revealed to the public. Through the
exhibit, the intimate trials and triumphs of two passionate artists
will be exposed alongside a land so vast and diverse that it would take
an entire lifetime to discover.
The Nomadic Project
is quickly connecting the country through art. Make sure that you don't miss out on this exciting journey by visiting www.TheNomadicProject.com
. Contact the artists directly at TheNomadicProject@gmail.com
and become part of art history, today. Or visit one of the participating galleries.
For more information on Utah Artist Hands
and Utah's participation, contact Pamela O'Mara at 801-355-0206.