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Darryl B. Erdmann

Darryl Blaine Erdmann was born in Brigham City, Utah in 1951. He is best known as abstract artist whose paintings reveal his interest in color, line, and division of space. He lives in Salt Lake City.

Erdmann earned a BFA from Weber State University in 1974 and had additional instruction at the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College. His work is represented by Southam Gallery and Phillips Gallery in Salt Lake City as well as by many private collections. He owned Chroma Gallery in Salt Lake City, which closed in mid-2006 

GeometricIn Trance, and Spring Dance show his interest in the push and pull of color, line, space, and rhythm. A Conversation With a Prominent Clergy About the Possibility of Redemption was featured in the Utah Arts Council's Statewide Annual Exhibition in 2005.

Biographical information on this page was adapted from Artists of Utah.

Darryl Blaine Erdmann was born in Brigham City, Utah in 1951. He is best known as abstract artist whose paintings reveal his interest in color, line, and division of space. His work also demonstrates a great interest in rhythm owing to his years as a professional musician. He lives in Salt Lake City.

Erdmann earned a BFA from Weber State University in 1974 and had additional instruction at the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College. His work is represented by Southam Gallery and Phillips Gallery in Salt Lake City as well as by many private collections. He owned Chroma Gallery in Salt Lake City, which closed in mid-2006.

Geometric, In Trance, and Spring Dance show his interest in the push and pull of color, line, space, and rhythm. A Conversation With a Prominent Clergy About the Possibility of Redemption was featured in the Utah Arts Council's Statewide Annual Exhibition in 2005.

Biographical information on this page was adapted from Artists of Utah.

Artist's website.

Newspaper Articles

"1993 Arts: A Blockbuster Year of Highs and Lows, Hits, Flops, Best Sellers and Deaths." The Deseret News, December 26, 1993.

"Artists Define, Break Down Boundaries." The Deseret News, March 7, 1993.

"Artworks that are Hot and Cool are Just Right For Area Galleries." The Deseret News, October 10, 1993.

"Best Bets." The Salt Lake Tribune, September 26, 1993.

"Coming Up: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, September 22, 2002.

"It Takes Time for Gallery Goers to Get the Picture." The Deseret News, July 10, 1994.

"Party Line: Feed The Hungry, Foster Art; High Bank Interest." The Salt Lake Tribune, February 20, 1992.

"Retro Revisited." The Salt Lake Tribune, June 27, 1999.

"S.L.C. Art Galleries Will Stay Open Late Tonight for Monthly Stroll." The Salt Lake Tribune, March 21, 2003.

"Showing at Local Galleries." The Deseret News, January 16, 2000.

"Showing at Local Galleries." The Deseret News, July 7, 2002.

"Showing at Local Galleries." The Deseret News, July 8, 2001.

"Showing at Local Galleries." The Deseret News, November 16, 2003.

"Showing at Local Galleries." The Deseret News, October 10, 1999.

"The 69th Utah Spring Salon: Prestigious Show Features Variety of Artistic Styles." The Deseret News, May 9, 1993.

"Utah Marquee: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, December 13, 2002.

"Utah Marquee: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, July 30, 2004.

"Utah Marquee: Visual Art." The Salt Lake Tribune, November 21, 2003.

Book

Olpin, Robert S., William C. Seifrit, and Vern G. Swanson. Artists of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1999.

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