Located in the historic David Eccles mansion, the Eccles Community Art Center provides changing exhibits of art by regional and local artists monthly . Exhibits include two Statewide Competitions each year, which are open to resident Utah artists. The center’s Carriage House Sales Gallery has a good selection of gift items created by local artisans and craftspeople. A permanent collection of works by contemporary Northern Utah artists may be found throughout the historic home, as well as three-dimensional works in the center’s sculpture garden. Visual and performing art classes are offered with reasonable tuition's. Regular hours: Weekdays 9 to 5, Saturdays 9 to 3, closed Sundays and major holidays. Visitors are welcome, admission is free.
Exhibiting in the Eccles Community Art Center's Main and second floor galleries: Paintings by Mac Stevenson, and turned Wood Vessels by Joe Deru.
Third Floor: Permanent Collection
Carriage House Sales Gallery: Featuring paintings by Kirk Larsen
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