Artist: Allen Bishop 7 artifacts total
Allen Bishop (1953 - )
Born May 7, 1953, in Moab, Allen Bishop graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Utah in 1978, and he received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Denver School of Art in 1982. The Utah Arts Council awarded him a Visual Arts Fellowship from 1987-1989. Bishop directed the Ylem Art School in Granite, Utah, where he was also an instructor. He also has taught at Sam Houston State University in Texas, at the University of Denver, at the Visual Art Institute in Salt Lake, and at the Salt Lake Art Center.
In addition to public artworks by Bishop at places like Red Butte Gardens and South Towne Center, his pieces are in private collections, museums and state collections throughout the state including The L.D.S. Museum of Church History and Art, the Springville Museum of Art, and the B.Y.U. Museum of Art.
Allen Bishop, interviews Jerry A. Schefcik's “A View of Four,“ Utah Arts Council Visual Artist Fellowship Award, 1990.
Biography courtesy Springville Museum of Art / Courtesy of the Marriott Library at the University of Utah