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OUR GALLERY

Address: 661 South 200 East

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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© 2017 SEGO 3 FINE ART GALLERY SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

ABOUT

US

We welcome you to Sego 3 Fine Art Gallery located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.  Our gallery was founded in a partnership of three great friends and advocates of art in our community.

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Meet the

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Kathy Wilson

Kathy has been an artist and art lover for as long as she can remember.  Mostly self-taught, she is competent in all painting mediums and loves to paint traditional subjects as well as contemporary abstract works.  As a partner in Sego 3 Fine Art, Kathy will continue to be an advocate for the visual arts, artists, and the value fine art and design adds to the well-being of a community.  For over 40 years, Kathy has owner and operated art galleries as well as other small businesses including a custom framing shop and a children's clothing store.  Her interests other than the arts and arts education include children's issues, the humanities, healthy lifestyles and the evolving concepts of personal health and wellness.  Her community involvement includes politics, children's issues, international service projects, programs supporting the arts, and membership on many committees and boards as well as organizing and fundraising for non-profit and educational programs.  She is the mother of five children.

Jon Lear

Born in Brooklyn New York in 1950, Jon lived in Washington D.C, Greenland, Willamsburg, Detroit, San Francisco, and Berlin.  At an early age, his travels as part of a military family exposed him to some of the best museums and art in the world.  These visits made a lasting impression and are part of a life time of interest in the visual arts and urban architecture.  Jon returned to Utah in the 1970's where his appreciation for the landscapes and vistas of the Great Basin began.  He attended college and Law School at the University of Utah. He subsequently worked for Teracor where his love of architecture and history on South Temple  informed his effort to preserve the Deveraux Mansion.   Jon was also an initial board member and the first development officer  for the Sundance Institute which extended his exposure to art and artists.   He later established his own company Ruby Mountain Inc. to develop and renewable energy projects around the US.   In addition, he is also a partner in the law firm of Lear & Lear which he started with his brother Phillip in 2002.  Located on South Temple; the firm has allowed him to collect art for the properties it owns.  These efforts as an art collector have led him to a partnership in the Sego 3 Gallery.

Allen Roberts

Born in Milwaukee in 1947 and mostly raised in Wisconsin and northern California, Allen Roberts has enjoyed a life-long passion for fine art, especially drawing and painting. He started taking drawing seriously at age 4 and at 12, obtained a scholarship to attend the Milwaukee Institute of Art. He studied art in high school and college, receiving a BA in Art and Architecture from Brigham Young University in 1972. In 1976 Allen joined with Wally Cooper 2 to found Cooper/Roberts Architects, now CRSA, a 60- member firm specializing in historic building restoration design. Allen’s paintings have been featured in galleries and exhibits throughout Utah. In 2006 he published a book of his art work entitled, “Allen Dale Roberts: Selected Works of Art.” An avid art collector, in 2017 Allen co-founded the Sego 3 Gallery with Jon Lear and Kathy Wilson. Located in downtown Salt Lake City, the gallery focuses on art and artists of Utah and the Great Basin.

OUR GALLERY

Our gallery features the work of local and international artists in a wide variety of mediums sure to appeal to any art lover.  We are open during normal business hours and by appointment.  You can visit the gallery during our monthly Gallery Strolls to enjoy our latest acquisitions and visit with the knowledgeable partners of the gallery.

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