Publik space    975 S W Temple    slc, ut  


November 17, 2018




creating connections

Our Mission

The goal of Wild Earth is to create a culture of conscious consumerism.  It is a place where the community can support local artists, learn about current environmental issues facing Utah, and contribute to the ongoing work of our non-profit partner.   This is conscious consumerism.  Each dollar spent on local art results in a donation towards pressing environmental issues here at home.  It's a win-win for everyone.

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made in utah

Our Artists

Our artists come from all over Utah, but most call Salt Lake City home.  They are printmakers, painters, metalsmiths, and more.  Inspired by the natural world and committed to keeping Utah wild and free, all participating artists donate 10% of market sales towards our non-profit partner.  

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Labyrinth bead co.

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mixed Media - sarah milne creative

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metalsmith - sage hen


Screenprint - Little canyon outfitters

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Lapidary - mesa made


home goods - be light candle co.

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pottery - resolve to earth and stone

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embroidery - boo forever

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Leather - the humble canyon

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pottery - alpine earthworks



non-profit partner



Our winter market will be held in benefit of HEAL Utah, a nonprofit committed to clean air and renewable energy, and protecting Utah from nuclear, toxic & dirty energy threats.  With winter quickly approaching, the reality of air pollution and inversion in the valley begins to effect our quality of life on a daily basis. Come learn about HEAL's mission and what you can do to help Utah breathe easier.

Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread.
— Edward Abbey