Exhibit: Trent Call, Michael Murdock, and Gailon Justus
We welcome SLC artist Trent Call, Michael Murdock, and Gailon Justus to EHC.
Opening night | September 15th, 2017 | 6pm-9pm
Exhibiting| August 18th –through October 13th
Trent Call is Salt Lake City Artist that calls CAPTAIN CAPTAIN studios home currently. Trent’s work combines formal academic painting with comics, graffiti, and popular culture.
Micheal Murdock describes himself as a “self taught artist, illustrator, mess maker, cube gleamer, cat whisperer, father and husband who works and resides in Salt Lake City, UT.” He pulls his artistic inspiration from the environment around him, “found objects, skateboarding, hobos, folklore, life, death, astronomy, nature, corn dogs and everything in between.”
Gailon Justus is a SLC based artist creating existential artwork on people as well as things. He has been tattooing since 1999. His mural patintings and art work can be found in the city and abroad.
Join us on August 18th for this contemporary art show’s art opening in conjunction with the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll.
The Art of Mary McIntyre & Gerry Nichols
Showing: June 16th – August 10th
Opening Night – Friday, June 16, 2017 | 6pm-9pm
Join us as we enjoy the photography of Mary McIntyre and the abstract paintings of Gerry Nichols.
Farewell to Dr. Amy de la Garza
After three years with Evolutionary Healthcare Dr. Amy de la Garza has decided to follow her passion to build her own clinic for substance abuse patients to help them toward recovery.
Amy, we wish you the best on this next journey of yours. We will be reaching out to patients currently seeing Amy to help aid you in the next steps for your medical care. Please e-mail email@example.com with any questions you may have.
Did you know that your body is ~60% water, and that exercising can deplete that percentage? With this summer heat, it’s important to stay hydrated so your body can operate efficiently.
To ensure you are hydrated during exercise, we recommend to:
- Drink Early – 2 hours before working out
- Drink Often – instead of gulping down water, it’s best to frequently take sips throughout your workout
- Drink After – post-exercise hydration gets your fluid levels back to normal and can help with recovery
- “Copious and Clear” Approach – this refers to urine volume and color. Darker color and less volume is an indication of dehydration.
This linked article is a great source for more information.