Electric Theater Center
68 East Tabernacle St
St. George, Utah 84770
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday
11 AM to 8 PM*
*Open later during Electric Theater Events
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
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.
The Arrowhead Gallery ETC proudly presents our Featured Artists of the month.
Arrowhead Gallery ETC’s featured artist for February is Dave Hammaker. Please join him and our other local artists for a featured artist reception Friday, February 15, from 6-8pm. There will be light refreshments, live music, and new art pieces.
“Starfall Over The Watchman”
Photograph by Charlie Kessner
Charlie is a photographer, videographer, climber, adventurer whose eclectic style has lead him to Live The Life he Loves.
His inspiration is rooted in a childhood spent surrounded by the jungles and beaches of Oahu, Hawai’i. Since, he has spent time exploring places from Iowa to Italy, Brazil and Patagonia.
Charlie currently lives in Saint George, Utah where the initial job as a field instructor for wilderness therapy brought him. The canyons and climbs have anchored him to the space while inspiring him to continuously explore and feed his passion of photography.
“Black Sand Beach, Iceland"
Photograph by Dave Hammaker
Arrowhead Gallery ETC’s featured artist for February is Dave Hammaker. Please join him for a featured artist reception Friday, February 15, from 6-8pm, 68 E. Tabernacle in St. George.
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Dave attended the Professional Photography Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He has been in numerous solo exhibitions including many local, state, regional, and national juried shows where he was honored with many Best of Show and First Place awards. He was selected as a North Rim Grand Canyon Artist in Residence and one of his photographs hangs in the permanent collection at the GCNP museum. His work has been published in the National Parks and Pennsylvania magazines and also hangs in public and private collections including Andrews Air Force Base.
Dave has been creating images for many years with subjects ranging from the wilds of Patagonia, to the Artic baron tundra, to the Pennsylvania lush forests, and to the ancient civilizations of China. However, the American Southwest has always been his favorite. His hope is that the viewer will find these landscapes irreplaceable and we must all do our best to protect these precious lands so that future generations can see and experience the same awe and amazement that we do today.