All posts by Delaney Uronen

Delaney Uronen is a Northern California-born writer and UNR graduate who now lives in Reno. Art, community, and landscapes keep her bouncing between both places.

Nowhere is hard to see

Nick Larsen excavates and obfuscates the Nevada desert to give form to its ghosts 

/ February 13, 2024

Discomfiting desert forms 

Elaine Parks on the Tuscaroran landscape, uncanny sculpture, and her new solo exhibition Fossils and Bones

/ November 22, 2023

Reading between rainbow lines

Noah Bristol questions our color systems through color’s absence 

/ November 4, 2023

Plastic world, acrylic antidote 

Joanna Drakos conjures relief from high desert heat out of the abstract

/ September 21, 2023

Sierra Arts Open Studios slated for Sept. 8-10

Meet 4 of this year's artists: Katie Packham, Tina Drakulich, Karen Vetter + Maria Partridge

/ August 23, 2023

‘All my creatures come out’

Eunkang Koh on turning prints into soft sculpture, the human-animal divide + how the pandemic changed her artistic practice

/ July 31, 2023

3 emerging curator duos take on big-picture issues

Rotating shows from Holland Project’s Curator Series are on view now through December in Reno + Las Vegas

/ May 30, 2023

Meet your local Burning Man grantees

Reno + Carson City artists are planning a fiery stegosaurus, an intricate metal lantern, a how-to bookmaking project + a place for playa teams to get a hot meal

/ April 11, 2023

Desert dreams

Summer Orr's surreal watercolors are the first works in Holland Project's off-site gallery in the new Ferino Distillery

/ December 30, 2019