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Elaine S. Harding

Elaine S. Harding

Elaine S, Harding is an experienced multi-media artist, art educator, and community arts facilitator based in Salt Lake City, Utah. For 35 years, Elaine has been making her own artwork, which combines photography, sculpture, printmaking and projected video. Her artwork has been exhibited at galleries and museums throughout the Intermountain Region, including; Phillips Gallery, Gayle Weyher Gallery, Lumiere Gallery, the Canyon Gallery, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the Nora Eccles Harris Museum of Fine Arts, The Church Museum of Art and History, Dooley Gallery, Gittins Gallery, Art Access, Springville Museum of Art, FInch Lane Gallery, the Union Gallery, Pierpont Gallery, the Salt Lake Art Center, the Missoula Museum of Art, Marcus Gallery, the Atrium Gallery, Old Town Gallery, and the Jewish Community Center. Elaine's artwork is part of private, corporate, and government collections. Along with creating and exhibiting her own artwork, Elaine has also worked to bring the creative process and authentic art-making experiences to young people and their families throughout Utah and Southern and Northern California. For 19 years, Elaine has taught and facilitated collaborative art-making. Some of her projects include: billboards, bronze sculpture, murals and public installation art. She has multiple years of experience teaching art to all ages…from pre-school through elementary, junior high, and high school and at the university level. Elaine served as the founding director of Salt

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