Grant Fuhst is a mixed media artist living in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has worked in various venues including comic-books, CD art, film, graphic design and illustration, concept art and on several collaborative internet projects.
Grant has shown his work in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. His work has been included twice in the trade annual “Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, and his work is collected by The Salt Lake Community College and the Salt Lake County Government.
- Solo show, “Life During Wartime” at the Art Access Gallery.
- Solo show, “Stories for Nighttime” at the Urban Arts Gallery.
- Created CD art for DoubleVee album “The Moonlit Fables of Jack the Rider”.
- Curated politically themed group show, “Eight O’Clock in the Morning” at the Urban Arts Gallery.
- Solo show, “The Yearning Curve” at the Finch Lane Gallery.
- Head Concept Artist for Sister Moon Games, designing characters environments, company logos and Web-page art.
- Produced CD art for Harlan Ellison’s “On the Road with Ellison”.
- Designed cover and interior package for singer/songwriter Gina French’s CD “Of Rapture”.
- Contributed to group art project “Night of the Living Dead – Reanimated”, premiered film at San Diego Comic-Con.
- Participated in group show “A Show of Heads” at Limner Gallery in NY.
- Featured artist at “The Hive Gallery” in Los Angeles.
- Contributed to group art project “Bill Plympton’s Guard Dog Global Jam”.
- Contributed to group art project “What’s The Use of a Book Without Pictures”, Illustrating Alice in Wonderland one paragraph at a time.
- Playbill / Poster design for Pioneer Theatre’s production of “Dracula”.
- Cover and panel art for 14 issue run of “Mercedes” by Angus Publishing.