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Travel Art

Travel Art

November 23rd, 2020

Although we’ve been unable to travel as much as we might have liked to this year, we can take solace in the memories of our past travels and in the dreams of travels yet to come. It’s then no wonder that Architectural Digest reports an increased demand for travel-related art this year. As they write, […]

Our Artists’ Museum Exhibitions

Our Artists’ Museum Exhibitions

November 17th, 2020

While we may be partial to a gallery setting, we love to see the other ways in which our artists’ exceptional work is recognized. As one of our new artists, Howard Hersh, eloquently articulates, “since artists work alone, and for their own pleasure, recognition in any way is gratifying and validates the artist’s work. A […]

Sustainable Fashion as Art

Sustainable Fashion as Art

November 16th, 2020

By Victoria Slagel, Fine Art Consultant   I’m constantly being asked in the gallery, “What makes art worthy of being good?” Of course there is the obvious explanation of composition, color choices, and complimentary imagery… but the real question that lingers, “What IS art?” While the masters of the old days would be turning in […]

Introducing Videographer Claire Wiley

Introducing Videographer Claire Wiley

November 12th, 2020

If you’ve ever seen one of our Gallery MAR artist videos, then you’ve seen first hand the talent of videographer Claire Wiley. Wiley, founder of the videography and photography company, Eclectic Brews Productions, pours a lifetime’s worth of passion and skill into each of her videos. Her videography allows us to travel the country and […]

Luminous Layers: Pamela Murphy

Luminous Layers: Pamela Murphy

November 2nd, 2020

The incremental process of painter Pamela Murphy   Sweet and a bit sentimental without being sappy, Pamela Murphy’s paintings are, mostly, a blast from the past – sometimes based on real people, sometimes entirely imagined. She starts with photos, usually vintage, and uses them to create paintings with many layers of paint that she scrapes […]

Picture This: Fall Flare

Picture This: Fall Flare

October 30th, 2020

As the art market trends more and more digital, we’ve looking for innovative new ways to continue connecting beautiful artworks with the people who will cherish them. In our latest blog series, “Picture This,” we use the magic of Photoshop to present our artists’ latest work in a whole new light. So if for whatever […]

Dispatch from Wisconsin: Richard Taylor

Dispatch from Wisconsin: Richard Taylor

October 27th, 2020

  Fresh delivery! From the Wisconsin studio of Richard Taylor — and hand delivered via art van, from our epic art road trip. These new works represent four new series for the sculpture artist. We are always so grateful when our artists give deeper insight into their works, as any information to the artwork helps […]

Across the Globe

Across the Globe

October 23rd, 2020

  While several of the artists we represent here at Gallery MAR are local to our Park City area, many more of our artists hail from all across the globe. Think about where you call home or where you’re from. How has that place, dear to your heart, informed your sense of style, your taste, […]

Alison Rash: From Ripples to Waves

Alison Rash: From Ripples to Waves

October 19th, 2020

Alison Rash picks up the phone on the first ring with a genuine cheerfulness in her voice. She assures me that this is a great time for our chat before casually mentioning that she’s currently in a doctor’s office for a chemo appointment. Flustered, I insist that I can call back another time. She brushes […]

The Color of the Sky and Water

The Color of the Sky and Water

October 16th, 2020

Eileen Treasure, Manager Color is the most impactful aspect of a piece of artwork. Each year industry experts at leading paint brands reveal a palette of color picks they call “The Color of the Year.”  This year the winner is Classic Blue, “a rich, dreamy, dark and beautiful shade of azure. “We are living in […]