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7 of the Greatest Long-Lost Art Historical Masterpieces That Were Found in Attics and Basements

7 of the Greatest Long-Lost Art Historical Masterpieces That Were Found in Attics and Basements

May 7th, 2021

From Artnet News  Menachem Wecker, May 3, 2021 Aficionados of Antiques Roadshow know that treasure sometimes hides in plain sight (if it isn’t a hoax or dud). And in operatic fashion, masterpieces often surface in prosaic domestic settings: attics, cellars, and garages. It’s precisely the romantic, slovenly nature—ideally blocked by cobwebs—of these spaces that draws us to discoveries therein. There’s […]

Mother’s Day Style with Shop Buru

Mother’s Day Style with Shop Buru

May 3rd, 2021

In honor of Mother’s Day this weekend, we’re excited to partner up with clothing brand BURU to offer you our annual style guide for finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift. BURU is a clothing brand by Morgan Hutchinson designed and styled for every phase of motherhood. We love BURU’s style and company ethos and are […]

Picture This: Home Office Decor

Picture This: Home Office Decor

April 29th, 2021

Meaningful office décor has never been more essential. In the age of COVID, many of us are still working from home. In our latest blog series, “Picture This,” we use the magic of Photoshop to present our artists’ latest artwork in a whole new light and offer you a few of our tips and tricks […]

Artist Exhibition: The Hidden Secrets with Michael Kessler

Artist Exhibition: The Hidden Secrets with Michael Kessler

April 27th, 2021

By Victoria Slagel, Fine Art Consultant  Michael Kessler wrapped up our winter season with The Hidden Secrets, a solo exhibition and week-long artist residency in Park City. Being a professional artist for over 50 years, Kessler confesses that his process at this point it is all about gradual evolution.     Making art has always been […]

Environmentally Friendly Art

Environmentally Friendly Art

April 22nd, 2021

Here at Gallery MAR we are committed to sustainability. We’re proud that many of our artists join us in this commitment by incorporating environmentalism into their art practice. This Earth Day we wanted to share some of the innovative ways our artists incorporate sustainability into their art practice to create more environmentally friendly artwork for […]

New Paintings by Fred Calleri

New Paintings by Fred Calleri

April 21st, 2021

With the change of the season, we received a fresh group of work from artist Fred Calleri. Originally from Maryland, this artist has steadily moved West; he now resides in the Santa Barbara area and works out of new, larger studio near to his home. And the magic that can come from this studio! To […]

Introducing Artist Kevin Kehoe

Introducing Artist Kevin Kehoe

April 15th, 2021

Eight short years ago, Kevin Kehoe left his high-flying advertising career to become a fine artist. “It was terrifying,” he admits, but “I realized that even though I was terrified of dropping everything and becoming a fine artist, I was more terrified of not dropping everything and becoming a fine artist.” Determined to finally have […]

Artist Exhibition: Memento Vivere with Matt Flint

Artist Exhibition: Memento Vivere with Matt Flint

April 12th, 2021

By Victoria Slagel, Fine Art Consultant    “Memento Vivere,” a Latin phrase translating directly to “Remember to Live,” is the moving meditation by Wyoming artist Matt Flint, a reminder to cultivate wonder in all aspects of life. In his latest body of work Flint grounds himself in the present moment, being fully absorbed with the […]

Nothing Better Than Installation Day

Nothing Better Than Installation Day

March 29th, 2021

by Eileen Treasure, Manager Fresh art always makes a spectacular improvement like frosting on a cake. There is something very satisfying about installing artwork and hearing a collector ‘ooh and aah’ all over again — in their own home. Sometimes the home is grand, sometimes petite, but fresh art always makes a spectacular improvement like […]

Your Zoom Art Game is Strong

Your Zoom Art Game is Strong

March 22nd, 2021

While we are all spending more time on Zoom this year, we noticed just how inspiring some of the backgrounds are — especially when filled with fine art. What do you have as a Zoom backdrop? Below, enjoy a few of our recent favorites, and their stories. Hadley Powell, Powell Fine Art Advisory We have […]