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pARTy Like a Local with the Kimball Arts Festival

pARTy Like a Local with the Kimball Arts Festival

July 27th, 2021

Headed to Park City for the annual Kimball Art Center’s Art Festival? You will want to pre-oder your tickets, which you can do on their website. Locals reading this? Even you need to pre-purchase tickets for the Friday Local’s Night. And, while you are at it, why not add on the pARTy like a local […]

Our Favorite Art Podcasts

Our Favorite Art Podcasts

July 22nd, 2021

Whether you’re headed on a long road trip, working inside, or simply looking for entertainment that excites and inspires, check out our top 5 favorite art podcasts to listen to this summer:   The Great Women Artists Podcast The Great Women Artists podcast aims to highlight and celebrate women artists, calling attention to and amending […]

Maura Allen’s Western Summer

Maura Allen’s Western Summer

July 15th, 2021

With splashy, energetic colors and exciting new subject matter, Maura Allen’s latest collection of art brings a fresh, summer vibrancy to her body of work. Her latest series embodies summer outdoor living through new mixed media paintings of jazz musicians, songbirds, and wildflowers, just in time for this summer’s group exhibition “The Wildflower Show.” We […]

A Sense of Place with Fred Calleri

A Sense of Place with Fred Calleri

July 9th, 2021

Fred Calleri began his art career painting wherever he could find space. Sometimes that meant collecting art supplies in an old maid’s pantry and sometimes that meant creating a makeshift studio out of his apartment closet. Painting in these odd spaces in tucked away corners of Maryland, Calleri found himself continuously drawn to vintage iconography. […]

Jylian Gustlin Blooms with Fabric + Paint

Jylian Gustlin Blooms with Fabric + Paint

July 6th, 2021

A single conversation with mixed media artist Jylian Gustlin leaves one guffawed, marveling at just how many passions and interests a single person can have. When Gustlin is not wrapped up in creating beautiful textures and colors in the studio, she can be found diving into a multiplicity of seemingly contradictory passions and interests, nearly […]

The Art Books of Gallery MAR

The Art Books of Gallery MAR

June 28th, 2021

Beauty and intrigue are magnified when art meets literature and design. This is why we love art books. If you’re interested in learning more about our artists or would love to have your coffee table book match your beautiful new artwork, then we have the art book collection for you. We have curated a few […]

Plein Air Paint Out at Park City Gardens

Plein Air Paint Out at Park City Gardens

June 22nd, 2021

This last Saturday Park City Gardens hosted Gallery MAR and a bevy of artists for our annual Plein Air event. It was a joyous celebration of artists, beautiful landscaping and plants, and friendships new and old. With twenty artist in attendance, we have a lovely variety of styles and media, all capturing the gorgeous nursery […]

Father’s Day Hiking Guide

Father’s Day Hiking Guide

June 18th, 2021

If you’re anything like us, then taking in the beautiful June weather in the great outdoors might just be one of your family’s most cherished Father’s Day traditions. With this in mind, we’ve curated a hiking guide made up of a few of our favorite Utah nature destinations to enjoy with dad this Father’ Day. […]

My Notes from The Rape of Europa by Lynn Nicholas, Part 1, “Germany Before the War/The Nazi Art Purges”

My Notes from The Rape of Europa by Lynn Nicholas, Part 1, “Germany Before the War/The Nazi Art Purges”

June 8th, 2021

I first read The Rape of Europa four years ago. It was almost too much to comprehend — it left me numb. Recently, I reread the book and decided to condense parts that I wanted to remember in detail. It’s difficult reading and even more challenging to keep the people, dates and sheer volume organized. […]

Fred Calleri and His Magical Muse

Fred Calleri and His Magical Muse

June 1st, 2021

Fred Calleri approached the minivan he’d seen a hundred times before in the carpool line of his son’s school. He took a deep breath and practiced the words in his head, formulating the question that would change his life forever, all the while wondering: what is the least awkward way to ask a complete stranger […]