Diane Stewart has big plans for the area around 700 West and 400 South, in the shadow of an overpass on the west edge of downtown Salt Lake City.
Stewart, an art collector and owner of the Modern West Fine Art gallery, has moved into spacious new digs on this block. The building also houses a co-working space for artists, several artists studios, a printmaking studio and a coffee shop. She hope the area will become a “destination” art district, similar to areas now thriving in Seattle, Portland, Austin and Atlanta.
Read my feature in sltrib.com about Stewart’s relocated gallery, and her plans for its future.