The Great Salt Lake can be up to 27% salt, while the world’s oceans average 3.5%. Large salt beds are created when vast areas of the shallow lake evaporate leaving the mineral behind. A carpet of crystals blanket the desert leaving the landscape caustic and white.
This piece won a Juror’s Award at the ‘12 Utah/Craft and Photography exhibition in October, 2012. This statewide annual exhibit is sponsored by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums.
This piece was featured in an exhibition at The Granary in Ephraim, Utah in 2015 called Salt!