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Salt Lake Gallery Stroll


Final Kick Ankle and Foot is devoted to keeping our patrons
strolling along and enjoying their active lifestyle.


You are cordially invited to the Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic

Located: 348 East 4500 South STE 370, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

Friday, March 16th, 2018 from 6-9pm

Come be part of the Salt Lake City Art Scene.

*Light Refreshments & Kombucha will be served.


We Are Passionate


Final Kick Ankle & Foot Clinic is one of Salt Lake City’s premier resources for sports medicine and reconstructive surgery. We are passionate about helping individuals with ankle and foot problems return to the top level of their desired activities. Patients love our active healing philosophy, which allows them to find ways to continue moving while healing from an injury or surgery. We understand the art and science behind this philosophy and would love to share it with you. We are delighted to participate in the Salt Lake City art scene. We are devoted to keeping our patrons strolling along and enjoying their active lifestyle.

For a list of locations, exhibits and special events, visit Look over the list and pick a couple exhibits that catch your imagination. Don’t forget to choose a venue or two that you haven’t been to before, just to broaden your experience. Enjoy the diversity!

Bring friends, meet artists, take home a masterpiece. Be part of art!

Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic

348 East 4500 South STE 370
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107


The Artists



Kathy Simpson

“Drilling For Rubies”


Kathy Simpson is an emerging artist working primarily in oils and acrylics. Her acrylic paintings are spontaneous and emotive and incorporate an innate sense of rhythm fused with compositional elements.

“I want to express my feelings without speaking.  I’d like to dismiss the idea that imperfections are mistakes needing corrected.   I feel at home on the floor, flowing with the poured paint and moving with the canvas.   I animate the golden mean and observe its dedication from four sides.  Moving paint off the edge, I step in its puddles.  Watching the mixture settle, it blossoms into atoms and trees and nebula, observing its final presentation unframed.  Each piece promotes itself as part of a natural continuum, not isolated in space.  I grant my spirit freedom to work with my hands, creating a thing with a divine life of its own.”

Carole Wade



Carole Wade is accustomed to a bold and adventurous lifestyle, and you can see it in her paintings. Carole is an avid sailor, skier, and climber. Her adventures have taken her to a dozen countries. Carole photographs the places she visits the cities and villages, ski slopes and seasides and this practice has formed the basis of her strong, colorful acrylic paintings. 
 In 2001, Carole returned from a 4-year, single-handed circumnavigation of the Atlantic Ocean in her 30′ Allied Seawind ketch. Her major ports of call were Bermuda, the Azores, Spain, Portugal, Madeira and the Canary Islands, and scenes from this voyage can be seen in her work.

On the difference between painting and sailing Carole notes, “It takes more courage for me to put brush to canvas than it took to set sail on the ocean alone.”


By Carole Wade, courtesy of 15th Street Gallery

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