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Michael Kessler in the Wilderness

Michael Kessler in the Wilderness

April 6th, 2020

The post below is from my phone call today with Michael Kessler. We had time today to catch up like we haven’t done in months, and for that I am grateful — which turns out to be a current buzzword for Michael Kessler as well. I have been self-isolating in the mountains, hiking and fishing […]

Travel to Museums in Far-off Places

Travel to Museums in Far-off Places

April 1st, 2020

Travel Plans on Hold? You Can Visit 500 International Museums From the Comfort of Your Own Home Thanks to Google. Courtesy of artnet.com Dying to visit an art museum, but stuck behind closed doors during the ever-evolving global health crisis? Google Arts and Culture can help. The tech giant’s art website offers online access to 500 cultural […]

Stefan Heyer: Pulling a Universal String

Stefan Heyer: Pulling a Universal String

March 27th, 2020

By Veronica Vale If a picture is truly worth a thousand words, then it’s no wonder that articulating the meaning and artistic style of a painting poses such a challenge. Words often fail to properly express the profound, intuitive expression of the artist. As linguistic creatures, it’s in our nature to crave greater definition and […]

An Artist’s Best Friend

An Artist’s Best Friend

March 23rd, 2020

By Veronica Vale Last month, my husband and I adopted our first ever dog, and, already, we couldn’t be more in love. Our little Zorro has been our constant companion and shadow since we rescued him, and I’ll be the first to admit that he has made life as a freelance artist and writer infinitely […]

What’s Over Your Bed When the Earth Shakes? (We Mean an Earthquake, Honey)

What’s Over Your Bed When the Earth Shakes? (We Mean an Earthquake, Honey)

March 21st, 2020

We are here daily, in the gallery, and working to inspire and delight you on the daily! Eileen Treasure, Manager Salt Lake City just experienced it’s strongest earthquake (5.7) in over 100 years. For those of us with a large art collection, that brings to mind placement and installation for our precious pieces — should […]

A Flag For All – R. Nelson Parrish

A Flag For All – R. Nelson Parrish

March 18th, 2020

Open now at Gallery MAR is a new exhibition featuring R. Nelson Parrish. IMAGES Arizona Magazine coincidentally just reported on the Santa Barbara-based artist, and we are re-posting their piece with permission below.     Writer Shannon Severson The art of R. Nelson Parrish might appear as varied as his background and diverse interests. Parrish […]

Sundance Collector Party 2020

Sundance Collector Party 2020

March 8th, 2020

By Victoria Slagel, Fine Art Consultant   Thank you to all our collectors of 2019! Our gratitude is great for our incredible clients and friends that trust us to assist in bringing beauty to their homes and lives.  Each individual has a different story and purpose in pursing one of a kind artwork for their […]

Women Who Shined at Sundance 2020

Women Who Shined at Sundance 2020

March 8th, 2020

By Veronica Vale This year’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City contained all of the fun, glitzy glam and inspiring content as years before, with one noticeable development: the increased prominence of women. As a women-owned and operated Park City gallery, we couldn’t be more thrilled to support and elevate our fellow hard-working ladies. So […]

Matt Flint Exhibition Opening Night

Matt Flint Exhibition Opening Night

March 7th, 2020

by Eileen Treasure, Manager Another successful opening for Wyoming artist, Matt Flint. Recent travels to Vienna and Amsterdam inspired this collection in subject matter, color palette and a thrilling amount of metallic gold. By closing Friday night, an astounding nine paintings had sold.  Matt and his wife, Angie, are already planning to return to Europe […]

Vermont Farm Table Feature: Rebecca Kinkead

Vermont Farm Table Feature: Rebecca Kinkead

February 26th, 2020

From Vermont Farm Table, an insightful (and beautifully photographed!) piece on our artist Rebecca Kinkead. We visited Rebecca’s newly-constructed home and studio in Cornwall, Vermont in the fall of last year. We sat down to talk about being an artist in Vermont, Rebecca’s work process, inspiration, and her connection to Vermont Farm Table. Tell us […]