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Michael Malm
 

"Poppy Field"

 

"Divine Light"

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Michael Malm

(b. 1972 American)


     "Painting for me is about expressing a feeling or emotion through visual means. Perhaps it is the beauty of light moving across the form or a harmony of color. It may be a lyricism to the design that strikes an emotional chord in me, or the striking contrast of value and color, etc. The juxtaposition of things; a figure in the landscape, or contrasting figures, like young verses old, or work versus play, can really add to the meaning of a piece.

     My purpose in painting is to communicate the emotions and beauty that I experience to the viewer with the hope that the painting will trigger a similar emotional response in them. Ultimately, I hope my work uplifts and inspires."

     Michael lives in the beautiful Cache Valley of northern Utah with his wife, Juanita, and their four children. The surrounding rural communities and setting provide backdrops for his figure paintings and inspiration for his landscapes. His serious study began under Del Parson at Dixie College where he completed his associate’s degree. He then went on to Southern Utah University where he had the opportunity to study with Perry Stewart, and completed his formal education at Utah State University where he received a Master of Fine Arts Degree studying under Glen Edwards. Workshops have also played an important part of his development studying with such master painters as Richard Schmid, Burton Silverman, Daniel Gerhartz, Quang Ho, Ron Hicks, Michael Workman, and Jim Norton.

     "I am grateful to have studied under some great artists. I am always inspired by their work, and grateful for their ability and willingness to pass along their knowledge to me."

Selected Exhibitions
• Springville Museum, Spring Salon Show, Springville, UT, 2003, 2014
• Museum of Church History and Art, Seek My Face Exhibit, Salt Lake City, UT, 2011
• Museum of Church History and Art, ,International Art Competition, Salt Lake City, UT, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2009
• University of Utah Museum, Salt Lake City, UT, April, 2008
• ARC Salon Competition, 2006, 2007
• Oil Painters of America National Exhibit, Whistle Pik Gallery, Fredricksburg, TX, 2007
• Dixie College, Sears Invitational, , St. George, UT, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007
• Oil Painters of America, National Exhibit, Chicago, Illinois, 2005
• Bennington Center for the Arts, Artists for the New Century, Bennington, VT, September 2002
• Arts for the Parks, Top 100, Jackson Hole, WY, 1997

Selected Press
• Southwest Art "Artist to Watch"
• Western Art Collector "Fresh Offerings", December, 2013, pg. 74
• Southwest Art "Timeless Emotions", Feature, May, 2013 pg. 104
• Ensign, Cover art, "Favorite Stories", July, 2013
• Ensign, Inside Cover, "A Peaceful Heart", November, 2013,
• Southwest Art "The Feminine Form", November, 2001, pg. 130
• Southwest Art "21 under 31", September, 2000, pg. 117
• Ensign, inside Cover, "Step of Faith", November, 2012,
• Art of The West "Keeping it Simple" Feature , January/February 2011, pg. 60
• Western Art Collector "Beauty of Nature", February, 2011, pg. 100
• Southwest Art "Success Stories", August 2010, pg. 58
• Art of the West "The Studio" Feature, January/February, 2009
• Western Art Collector "Human Nature" Feature, February, 2009, pg. 90
• Cache Magazine "Timeless Tales", October 2-8, 2009
• Workshop Magazine by American Artist "Michael Malm: Averaging Values & Colors From the Start", Winter, 2008
• Park City Magazine "Mike Malm: Finding the Lyrical in Life Brings Peace", 2008, pg. 70
• Dixie State Magazine "Getting to Know Mike Malm, Q&A, Spring, 2007, pg. 14
• Herald Journal "A Passion for Painting", September 18th, 2005
• Art of the West magazine, Feature, November/December, 2004
• Art Talk, March, 2002, pg. 22
• The Artist’s Magazine, October, 2002
• The Artist’s Magazine, Cover, October, 2002
• Southwest Art, "Celebrating Simplicity", September, 2002, pg. 118


Awards
• Museum of Church History and Art, Eighth International Art Competition, Purchase Award, Saving that Which Was Lost", Salt Lake City, UT, 2008
• ARC Salon Competition, 2nd Place-Figurative Category, 2007
• Dixie College, Sears Invitational, Purchase Award, St. George, UT, 2007
• Dixie College, Sears Invitational, First Place & Viewer’s Choice Award for Oil, St. George, UT, 2006
• ARC Salon Competition, Finalist-Figurative Category, 2006
• Dixie College, Sears Invitational, First Place for Oil, St. George, UT, 2003
• Springville Museum, Spring Salon Show, First Place, Springville, UT, 2003
• Museum of Church History and Art, Sixth International Art Competition, Award of Merit, "Peace, Not As the World Giveth", Salt Lake City, UT, 2002
• Bennington Center for the Arts, Artists for the New Century, Director’s Choice, "Winter Afternoon", Bennington, VT, September 2002
• Museum of Church History and Art, International Art Competition, "Peace, Not As the World Giveth", Purchase Award, Salt Lake City, UT, 2002
• Dixie College, Sears Invitational, First Place for Oil, St. George, UT, 2001
• Arts for the Parks, Top 100, 1997


Public Collections
• Bennington Center for the Arts, "Winter Afternoon", September
• Museum of Church History and Art, "Peace, Not As the World Giveth", Salt Lake City, UT
• Museum of Church History and Art, "Saving that Which Was Lost", Salt Lake City, UT
• George Lucas, Star Wars: Visions Project 2010, "Padme’s Dream"
• LDS Church, Brigham City, Utah


Affiliations
• Oil Painters of America

 

 


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