Art is a broad and generic term that defines a number of different forms of work and media. Of course, most every form of art is worth appreciating and considering, and whether you’re interested in a particular style of work, the work of a particular person or group, or new and exciting pieces in general, an art gallery is the answer. Art galleries are welcoming and exciting display areas where most every artistic individual strives to show his or her work. These galleries once again exist in a number of forms and types, so there really is something for everyone.
Weber School District is located in Northern Utah in the heart of Weber County. Nestled within the Wasatch Region, it extends from the vast Rocky Mountains and into a portion of the Great Salt Lake.
Superintendent: Dr. Jeff Stephens
Asst. Superintendent(s): Kevin Sederholm,
Jane Ann Kammeyer
Weber School District
5320 Adams Ave. Pkwy.
Ogden, UT 84405
Darryl Erdmann was born in Brigham City, Utah in 1951. Known for his abstract works, his paintings reveal his interest in color, line, and division of space. He operates a work studio on 4350 West Street, in Plain 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.
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.
This program is sponsored by all city and county municipalities in Weber County and is to be used by all residents living within Weber County. Please register phone numbers and email addresses so that you will be able to receive emergency notifications. Registration allows emergency officials to notify citizens and businesses of emergency situations including possible flooding, Amber Alerts, weather dangers, evacuation notices, and other emergency events on your cell phone.
The system is tied to your home address, not the physical location of your cell phone. This means once you register, you will receive notifications related to your neighborhood regardless of where you are.
Recorded voice messages will be sent to cell phones and additional land lines that you register, and written messages will be sent to email and text devices. The system is designed to make multiple attempts to connect with lines that are not answered or ring busy.
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