Electric Theater Center
68 East Tabernacle St
St. George, Utah 84770
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday
11 AM to 6 PM*
*Open Until 8pm during Electric Theater Events
The Arrowhead Gallery is a non-profit, fine art gallery featuring a diverse selection of art from all media - painting, photography, sculpture, etc. The gallery represents over 25 artists from Southern Utah.
The goal of the Arrowhead Gallery ETC is to provide an optimal environment for artists to showcase their diverse talents through creating, exhibiting, networking, and selling their art. The Southern Utah Art Guild created the gallery with the desire of enriching the cultural life of St. George and Southern Utah.
Featured Artist Reception
The Arrowhead Gallery ETC proudly presents our Father and Son Featured Artists, Harold Tanner and Ric Tanner.
You are invited to come to a reception in their honor on Friday, April 6th, from 6 to 8 PM.
Meet the artists, view the new artwork, and enjoy light refreshments and music.
Harold Tanner and Ric Tanner
Harold started in visual display and won five gold medal awards from Display Work Magazine. He won 1st place in a national Westinghouse Window Contest. He received an invitation to the St. George Art Museum’s juried Zion National Part Centennial show. He has been accepted by the Utah Valley University juried Invitational for two years. He has a studio in the Electric Theater complex. More...
Jenna Mae Lineweaver received her BFA in oil painting from Brigham Young University in 2000. After graduation she returned to her hometown of Chico, CA where she worked in the Public Art field with her mentor, Dayton Claudio, creating large fiberglass pieces for cities like Tucson AZ, Cleveland OH, and Ogden UT.
Jenna enjoys incorporating mixed media such as fabric, paper, buttons, beads, and other found objects into her paintings. It adds an interesting dimension to her art and an element of surprise. Her love of poetry and literature is evident in her art as she often includes verse and writing.
In regards to her art she says that, “The important thing about art is that it is more than just a picture. For me, creating a painting is like writing a poem—it needs to create emotion and involve the viewer in the process and beauty of it. My art is visual poetry. A painting is successful if, after that first impression, you revisit it over and over again and it only becomes more meaningful”. More...