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Major One and Two Person Exhibitions



· Kindra Fehr, July 2017, Town Club, SLC, UT

· Kindra Fehr & Heather Tuttle, February 2017, Gallery at the Station, Ogden, UTK

· “Taking Flight”, October 2015, Art Access gallery, SLC, UT

· “Extremities”, April 2008, Michael Berry Gallery, SLC, UT

· Kindra Fehr, March 2005, The Art Is In Gallery, SLC, UT

· “Naturally”, September 2003, Bountiful Davis Art Center, Bountiful, UT

· Paintings by Kindra Fehr & Pottery by Benjamin Behunin; June 2002, Gallery at the Station,    Ogden, Utah

· “Kindra Fehr & Sandra Brunvand”, June 2001; Bountiful Davis Art Center, Bountiful, Utah

· “Metamorphosis – The Changing Face of Salt Lake City”, June 2000; Art Access Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· “Wandering – paintings from travels real and imagined”, November 1998; Oasis Café, Salt Lake City, Utah

· "Kindra Fehr - Recent Works", April 1995; University of Utah Medical Illustration Art Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· "On the Road Again", miniature paintings 1994; Cafe Mediterranean, Salt Lake City, Utah

· "Kindra Fehr - Recent Works", 1993; Sweet Branch Library, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Gallery Von Benson, 1989; Gothenburg, Sweden


Major Group Exhibitions and Juried Shows 1995-present


· AAUW Utah Women Artists Exhibition, 2002; Weber State University, Ogden, Utah

· “Images of Utah”, Oasis Gallery, 2002; Salt Lake City, Utah

· Paintings of Italy, 2001; Avenues Arts and Wellness Center, 2001, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Western Watercolor Federation Society, Kimball Art Center, 2001; Park City, Utah

· Utah ’99, Utah Arts Council, 1999; Salt Lake City, Utah

· Bountiful Davis Art Center Statewide Exhibition, 1999; Bountiful, Utah

· 1998 Partners Program Exhibition; 1998; Art Access Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· 9th Annual Dixie Invitational Art Show, 1996; Dixie College, St. George, Utah

· "Une Exposition de Quatre Artistes", 1996; Oasis Cafe, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Utah Watercolor Society Two Star Miniature Show, 1995; Salt Cake Community College, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Utah Watercolor Society Fall Show 1995, The Utah Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Utah Women's Artist Show 1995, Tivoli Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Utah Watercolor Society 21st Annual June Show 1995; Tivoli Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

· Utah Watercolor Society Two Star Membership Show 1995; Red Butte Arboretum, Salt Lake City, Utah




· Genevieve Lawrence Family Award of Merit, AAUW Women Artists Exhibition, 2002

· Honorable Mention, Bountiful Davis Statewide Exhibition, 1999

· People's Choice Award; Utah Watercolor Society Two Star Miniature Show, 1995

· Juror's Selection, Utah Watercolor Society Fall Show, 1995

· Jurors Selection, Utah Watercolor Society 21st Annual June Show, 1995

· Award of Merit, Utah Watercolor Society Pioneer Memorial Theater Show, 1994

· Best of Show, Utah Watercolor Society Fall Membership Show, 1993

· Award of Merit, "Celebrating Diversity", Utah Women's Artists Exhibition, 1993

· Second Place, Utah Watercolor Society 19th Annual June Show, 1993

· Third Pace, Utah Watercolor Society Annual Membership Show; 1991

· Best of Show, Utah Watercolor Society 17th Annual June Show; 1991


Reviews and Listings


· Utah Art 1991; Paragon Press

· Southwest Art Review "An illustrated survey of the region's museums, galleries, and leading artists", (Second Edition) 1990; American References Publishing Corporation

· American Artists (Second Edition) 1988; American References Publishing Corporation




· University of Utah; BFA, Fine Arts, 1990

· Lacoste School of the Arts; Lacoste, France, 1987


Professional Teaching Experience


January 2011 – present            Visual Art Institute: SLC, UT

August 2005 – 2018            Montessori Community School; SLC, UT

October 1998 – December 2010        KidsmART & Artbytes; Salt Lake Art Center

September 1999 – 2002            Art Attack The Children’s Museum of Utah, SLC, 

October 1995 - 2002             Artist in Residence - Art Works for Kids

Lincoln Elementary SLC, UT

October 1999 – 2001            Artist in residence Beacon Heights Elementary

February –August 1998            Art Access/VSA Utah, Partners Program        

August 1998                 Teen Integrated Workshop – Figure Drawing

Art Access/VSA Utah 

September 1994 – May 1998        Visual Art Institute, SLC, UT

January 1990 – present            Children and Adult Classes at personal studio



Community Art Programs


September 2007 – present        Visual Art Institute boardmember

October 1995 - June 1996        "A Night to Unite" Lincoln Elementary 

1991                    Salt Lake Detention Center Volunteer





 Kindra Fehr has spent a large portion of her life painting, traveling, and working in a variety of seemingly unrelated jobs. These included: contact lens technician, flight attendant, bookseller, waitress, or in what seems to have become a career, the teaching of art to all ages and abilities.  

 She was born in Salt Lake City, spent her elementary years in Arvada, Colorado then returned to her place of birth with frequent sabbaticals to places like Europe, Asia, Nepal, and the east coast. She began painting at age 15 under the direction of Bonnie Posselli, Dan Baxter, and Ken Baxter. She earned a BFA in drawing/painting from the University of Utah in 1990, has studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France, and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.

  In her current incarnation, Kindra paints out of her studio in Sugarhouse, teaches art privately, at the Visual Art Institute, and through outreach programs. She is married to musician/composer John Hancock and has two children.

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