A native of the Washington D.C. area, music lovers are lucky that singer-songwriter Kate MacLeod chose to make Utah her home. She’s lived and created here in the Beehive for decades. The multi-talented musician plays guitar, harmonica and violin and has studied many styles of ethnic violin and also trained in classical violin.Read More
“I became a physician to care for others, but creating art cares for my soul,” says doctor/artist Emily Cook. With credentials that include BYU Art Major, GIA Jeweler, Doctor of Osteopathy Family Medicine and American Certified Obesity Medicine, Emily Cook is well-suited to caring for others.
Beauty and function. Those are two words I would use to describe Dana Worley’s fused glass artwork. Although she creates non-functional pieces as well, as a cook, I appreciate the functionality of Dana’s sushi plates, bowls and other vessels made for kitchen and dining use. As someone who appreciates beauty, I love that the art she makes is also drop-dead gorgeous. And, they are typically one-of-a-kind. Worley says she doesn’t do “production” work and doesn’t often duplicated pieces.Read More