I drove across Utah on interstate 80, coming in through Wyoming and going out to Nevada, across the big desert and salt flats. I love the wild ascetic of Utah, it feels ancient, all the magnificent rock formations, mountains and vistas. Early Native American cave paintings can be found in Utah, and they fascinate me. There's a picture of an old lime green truck I took while getting an ice cream in a sleepy old town and spray-painted stencils of a roadrunner and a hawk, in a way, the updated version of a cave painting. The Sego Lily is the Utah state flower, and can you believe the sea gull is the state bird? I'll have to do another Utah painting to highlight that fun fact. There is also a Sego Utah. Enjoy!
Andrea LaHue, aka Random Act, is widely recognized for her monumental botanical paintings across America. As an Army brat, her travels exposed her to art throughout Europe and the Americas and inspired her to uplift and instigate with her paintings. She has shown in Los Angeles, New York and Paris and on the streets of 51 U.S. Cities. Newspapers, including The Huffington Post, NBC News and The Associated Press, have featured her murals and millions have seen her contributions to projects for Martha Stewart Living and How I Met Your Mother.
LaHue’s socially conscious art ranges from giant murals to delicate historical portraits. Her projects are Non-Profit and community oriented.
LaHue is erasing the boundaries...
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