Ivy House Fine Art gallery is located within Ivy House Weddings, one of Western Garden’s two reception venues in Salt Lake. Our timeless and classy venue’s ambiance compliments our Utah fine art exhibits, not only for art collectors but also guests while attending all types of events.
The gallery features a variety of quality Utah artists including Kimbal Warren, Frank Huff, Susan Gallacher, Rob Colvin, our current featured artist Cejay Helt, and others. Be sure to note our permanent art exhibit – Prehistoric Fossils spotted throughout our limestone tile floor.
Find Ivy House Fine Art due west of Trolley Square and you’ll enjoy Western Garden’s close and free parking. Drop by for a visit during regular business hours. Please call prior to visit to confirm no event is in progress. No gallery viewings during reserved social events.
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~ Learn more about CEJAY HELT, our featured artist ~
Current featured Utah Artist, Cejay Helt
Cejay grew up in Southern California and moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband and three children in 1970. She studied with Professor Don Doxie at Westminster College and began teaching adult and children classes in watercolors and oils in Wohlers' Art Gallery in Sandy, Utah. She furthered her studies at Scottsdale School of Art in Arizona and Oklahoma with national and internationally known artists. Her award winning work can be found in private and public collections throughout the United States.
Cejay’s enthusiasm and love for art, music and kids inspired her to create THE SOUND OF COLOR Art program - Painting taught to the beat of Music. Sound of Color is WATER COLOR PAINTING to the actual tempo or “beat of music”. Mothers looking for a wonderful technique to inspire little ones or any aged child for the summer fun, or even the homeschool mom needing a stress-release successful art program should consider THE SOUND OF COLOR program by Cejay. This complete kit can be purchased at Western Gardens downtown.