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The Short Film “Reverie” Featuring Bridgette Meinhold

The Short Film “Reverie” Featuring Bridgette Meinhold

November 17th, 2021

“Reverie”: Film screening at Gallery MAR on November 26th at 6, 7, and 8 pm for Bridgette Meinhold’s show “The Moments in Between.”   In ski towns like Park City, locals and vacation goers alike hit the slopes for adrenaline-fueled runs down ski slopes. Mountain towns like ours are renowned for this high energy activity: […]

Beyond Van Gogh

Beyond Van Gogh

November 12th, 2021

  Salt Lake City has been host to several “experience” museums, including themes on Breakfast and Candy. These are joyful, immersive experiences that mostly serve as photography backdrops for social media posts. And kids love them. When I saw that the Beyond Van Gogh experience was coming, I knew I had to get tickets to […]

You Can Bet the Farm on Ron Russon

You Can Bet the Farm on Ron Russon

November 6th, 2021

Looking at the abstract expressionist wildlife paintings of Ron Russon, one may not expect the modest, humble man behind the canvas. His art needs no background information to be appreciated, but an understanding of his life and story only enhances the wonder behind the sophistication and beauty of his work. A conversation with Ron Russon […]

Reflecting on Two Years of Gallery MAR Carmel

Reflecting on Two Years of Gallery MAR Carmel

October 28th, 2021

Two years ago, two long held dreams were realized through the opening of Gallery MAR Carmel. Gallery MAR Park City Maren Mullin and then-Meyer Gallery manager Thomas Cushman had both separately dreamed of opening up an art gallery in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. These dreams lived on quietly in their minds until one spring day when Thomas […]

Jewelry That Speaks – At Present

Jewelry That Speaks – At Present

October 25th, 2021

Collector Feature: Maren Mullin on At Present. Meet Maren Mullin, Gallery MAR owner, wife, mom–and serious jewelry aficionado. We love that she celebrates major moments by gifting herself a piece of jewelry: whether she chooses a ring from a local Park City designer after closing a big deal at work or earrings to commemorate personal growth, […]

Art From the Heart: Staff Picks

Art From the Heart: Staff Picks

October 14th, 2021

Art is subjective, and that’s what makes it so beautifully unique. Someone’s impression of a particular piece is like a snowflake: no two interpretations will ever be exactly the same. This is because we bring with us our own individualized memories, loves, challenges, triumphs, grievances, and values to each painting. An artwork that looks simply […]

Notes from The Rape of Europa by Lynn Nicholas, Part 2

Notes from The Rape of Europa by Lynn Nicholas, Part 2

October 10th, 2021

“Period of Adjustment: The Nazi Collectors Organize, Austria Provides, Europe Hides” In her continued series on The Rape of Europa, Eileen Treasure shares her notes and insights. Missed Part 1? You can view it here. To art professionals outside Germany, the advent of Nazism and the bizarre goings-on of its art establishment were regarded as […]

Color the Map: Regional Color Collections for Your Home

Color the Map: Regional Color Collections for Your Home

October 6th, 2021

Different regions of the country have different colors that make them unique. From the icy blues of the alpine mountains to the warm, vibrant colors of the beaches, each region has its own color palette. Just as each landscape contains different colors, so do the interiors of each landscapes’ homes. Think of the navy blue […]

Hunt Slonem: Altered States

Hunt Slonem: Altered States

October 4th, 2021

“In my Childhood I was enchanted by the White Rabbit, who leads Alice down the rabbit hole into Wonderland and an altered state. That’s always been important to me: the idea of altered states. When I am painting, I sometimes feel as though I am somewhere else, observing reality from an outside perspective.” – Hunt […]

Professor Matt Flint

Professor Matt Flint

September 26th, 2021

To say that this has been a difficult time for teachers is certainly an understatement. Our hearts are with all of the teachers and their students navigating the challenges that this global pandemic has presented, from establishing virtual learning techniques to implementing safe classroom practices. We have been so inspired to witness the efforts of […]