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A Jon Morgan sculpture has arrived
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We know you’ve all been waiting for a beautiful sculpture to arrive at the Eden 1900 Art Gallery. Well, it’s here now. The image shown below is just a sample tasting of what this beautiful bronze sculpture looks like. The … Read More

Works by Ogden Valley artists featured at Eden 1900 Art Gallery
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Four local artists now have examples of their various works on display at the Eden 1900 Art Gallery through August 2019. Enjoy the pleasant pan pastel landscapes of relaxed Liberty artist, Pam Brown. Ponder the peaceful spirit evoked by watercolor … Read More

A Jon Morgan sculpture has arrived

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We know you’ve all been waiting for a beautiful sculpture to arrive at the Eden 1900 Art Gallery. Well, it’s here now.

The image shown below is just a sample tasting of what this beautiful bronze sculpture looks like. The work is titled “Eye of the Storm.”

Come in to the gallery to see it starting September 12.

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Eye of the Storm

Works by Ogden Valley artists featured at Eden 1900 Art Gallery

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Four local artists now have examples of their various works on display at the Eden 1900 Art Gallery through August 2019.

  • Enjoy the pleasant pan pastel landscapes of relaxed Liberty artist, Pam Brown.
  • Ponder the peaceful spirit evoked by watercolor works from award winning Huntsville artist Jan Carlsen.
  • Visually absorb the vibrant oil colors in distinctive paintings by Eden artist, Deborah Hegg.
  • Smile as you view whimsical oil paintings representing the work of talented Huntsville artist Anna Siciliano of Huntsville.

About the artists

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Pam Brown

Pam Brown, also known as the Relaxed Artist moved to Liberty nine years ago where she now lives with her husband.

Pam initially earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in “Interior Environment,” which was basically an interior design program. Continuing her education to earn her teaching credential, Pam taught for 25 years and really enjoyed working art into many of her lessons.

A few years ago, she and her grandson were playing with his sidewalk chalk on the driveway. Pam had never really gotten into using chalks because she thought they would be too messy. Well, she found herself in the zone with sidewalk art even though her two year old grandson quickly lost interest. She loved blending the colors with her fingers just the way that she wanted them. Pam has been mastering different pastel techniques using Pan Pastels, pastel pencils, and traditional soft pastels.

Pam’s vision and mission as an artist is to bring a sense of peace through her personal art, and to share creative ideas and techniques that will inspire relaxation and serenity.

In addition to the Eden 1900 Art Gallery, Pam’s work can also be seen at Gallery 25 on historic 25th Street.

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Jan Carlsen

Jan Carlsen employs artistic freedom as she creates new works. Jan lives in Huntsville near the old Monastery. She feels that Ogden Valley has been an artistic inspiration to her. She loves living up here.

Jan usually creates in watercolor and sometimes switches to oil paints. Her works have won awards two years in a row at the Fall in Love with Ogden Valley Plein Air Painting Contest sponsored by Eden 1900 Art Gallery, and she recently won a third place at the Eccles Arts Festival at Union Station in Ogden.

Her vacations usually center on art. Jan travels to participate in the plein air competitions in Midway and Moab, Utah, and Driggs, Idaho. Her paintings usually sell during these competitions.

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Deborah Hegg

Deborah Hegg developed her artistic talent in Southern California where her college major was art. During this time she won many national awards including winning displays of her work at the Guggenheim Art Museum and Metropolitan Art Museum in New York.

Deborah’s current medium is canvas and oil, but she does love to use many different materials, especially repurposed items (old wood, left over paints, closet doors, etc.). Living in the Ogden Valley for over 20 years, she feels the valley is a true inspiration for her current paintings, which include landscapes, antique cars, and people.

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Anna Siciliano

Anna Siciliano developed an artist’s eye at a young age by watching her mother paint and critiquing those paintings. Siciliano studied Impressionism as a young woman living in Houston, Texas, and her paintings focused on loose studies of flowers and landscapes.

In 1997, Siciliano moved back to Utah and began painting mountain scenes and animals. She often paints in plein air. Anna also enjoys photographing and painting the variety of wildlife found in Utah and Wyoming.

Anna has abounding passion for painting the soul of the animal. She believes animals have a deep impact on our lives and that painting them is a privilege. Her style reflects her heartfelt commitment to living life freely and fully. The strategic use of color brings her paintings to life and stimulates the eye.

Anna currently lives in Huntsville, Utah. In addition to her works being shown at the Eden 1900 Art Gallery, Anna showed her art at the local artists night at Wolf Creek and at the Fourth of July show in Huntsville. She is a member of the Ogden Palette Club and her art is on display at Ogden venues with the club.

The Eden 1900 Art Gallery is open to the public with no entry fee. Its mission is to provide a place for area artists to show their work and maintain an art presence in Eden. Visit in person or see our gallery postings on Facebook at EDEN 1900 LLC.