As Salt Lake City adjusts to a new way of life amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we believe that the arts are integral to creative solutions, critical conversations, community building, and healing. As we begin to reopen Finch Lane Gallery, we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our community and staff. In compliance with the Utah Leads Together and CDC recommendations, view our reopening plans and information for scheduling appointments. We’re excited to be back!



Make an appointment to view the Finch Lane Gallery current exhibitions in person.


Kasey Lindley, Mother:Landscape
Friday, October 2 – Friday, November 13, 2020

Mother:Landscape is a multimedia response to and an exploration of environmental concerns and Ecofeminitist theory. Kasey Lindley presents visual interpretations of the Utah landscape, along with ruminations on the correlation between the treatment of the natural world and women within a patriarchal society. Juxtaposed with these larger themes, Mother:Landscape evokes a purposefully awkward and playful sense of energy and humor.

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Nathan Mulford, Tributaries
Friday, October 2 – Friday, November 13, 2020

Water erosion serves as an important metaphor for Nathan Mulford’s Tributaries. Water erosion reveals the age of our planet, uncovers treasures from the past and provides a perspective of where we fit into the history of our planet. Mulford’s painting process replicates the way a flowing body of water can change its course throughout time and, by doing so, alter the landscape of the surrounding area. Mulford imposes logic and geometry to the canvas the same way we, as humans, impose our logic on the landscape, only to have it marred by the power of nature.

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Heidi Almosara, Botanical Concrete
Friday, October 2 – Friday, November 13, 2020

Heidi Almosara’s work is heavily influenced by her time spent studying ikebana at the Sogetsu Foundation in Tokyo, Japan. Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement in which nature and humanity are brought together in harmony. Botanical Concrete features Almosara’s botanical sculptures created with dried plant materials and inverted cast concrete and her drawings, which represent past ikebana creations.

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Through a new initiative, the Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Finch Lane Gallery is opening its gallery spaces for short-term, interdisciplinary, community-oriented, and/or experimental projects in 2020. The goal of Finch Lane Flash Projects is to supplement resources for emerging to established individuals and groups by providing professional opportunities for those working in various arts and cultural practices.



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Finch Lane Gallery Exhibitions

The Salt Lake City Arts Council, located in Reservoir Park, programs visual arts exhibits year-round in the Finch Lane Gallery. Artist are invited to apply for exhibits annually. Typically, the applications are made available in January and due back to the Arts Council in March. The exhibition program is designed to give local artists an opportunity to show their current body of work. The application process includes a thorough and competitive review by the Visual Arts Committee of the Salt Lake City Arts Council, with members from the board of directors and visual artists from the community. Both one-person shows and group exhibits are considered. The quality of work, as evidenced by images of previous work submitted with the application, a range of styles and media, and a balanced exhibition season are among the criteria considered in the application review process.


54 Finch Lane
(1340 East 100 South)
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

Gallery Hours

Tuesday: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Thursday: 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Click HERE to make an appointment to view the current exhibitions in person.

Salt Lake Gallery Stroll

Third Friday of each month
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. For information on the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll, visit their website.