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An Epic (Cross Country!) Art Road Trip

An Epic (Cross Country!) Art Road Trip

October 13th, 2020

The car was too small. Well, more accurately: too short. See, in the Mullin family, we are tall people. And hitting our heads on the roof of the van got old pretty quick. After three years of delivering artwork in our Sprinter, it was time to upgrade to the full-height model. Bonus? We can now […]

Park City’s New Arts and Culture District — Coming Soon

Park City’s New Arts and Culture District — Coming Soon

October 4th, 2020

  Details in this blog are courtesy of The Kimball Art Center. Park City citizens have long lamented that there isn’t a true center for the Arts in town. Now, with the Arts and Culture District, two powerful arts non-profits will have the opportunity to anchor and guide a new district focused on supporting artists […]

The Art & Science of Glass

The Art & Science of Glass

September 28th, 2020

By Veronica Vale If you’ve ever stopped by the gallery in person, then you’ve most likely seen one of Jared Davis’ dazzling glass pieces shining in our window. Or perhaps you’ve noticed his antler chandelier hanging in the entrance to the gallery (if not, look up next time you’re entering the gallery for a stunning […]

Feminist Art

Feminist Art

September 23rd, 2020

By Veronica Vale As a woman-owned and operated business, we at Gallery MAR are especially appreciative of art that celebrates and honors women.  Last month, we were excited to bring artist Jane Maxwell to the Gallery MAR team. Jane Maxwell’s work focuses on women, body image, and the feminine ideal, which has inspired us to […]

The Age of Online Art Buying

The Age of Online Art Buying

September 17th, 2020

By  Veronica Vale This year, Sotheby’s announces $2.5 billion in sales for 2020, largely thanks to online sales. Despite the expectation for plummeting art sales amidst COVID-19, the art world proved its capacity for adaptation and its ardent love of art with soaring online sales. Sotheby’s CEO, Charles Steward, observes, “although driven by necessity, it’s […]

A New Way Exhibition

A New Way Exhibition

September 1st, 2020

By Victoria Slagel, Fine Art Consultant Creativity is a process. You have to show up for it, consistently and with discipline. “A New Way,” is our most recent show. A new way to hold space, a new way to share art, and a new way to bring people and artists together.   As a community […]

Corporate Collections with Gallery MAR

Corporate Collections with Gallery MAR

August 28th, 2020

By Veronica Vale Gallery MAR is honored to have collaborated with several incredible companies to help them offer their staff and clientele a beautiful, authentic fine art experience. The corporate collection of Gallery MAR art at One Empire Pass continues to shine, reminding its guests of the lodge’s quality and innovation. As of this August, […]

Is This Your Art?

Is This Your Art?

August 28th, 2020

by Eileen Treasure, Manager Visitors ask this question almost every day without realizing how inconceivable it sounds. There are at least 200 pieces of art to take in just on the main floor of Gallery MAR. I would love to be able to say, “Yes, I oil paint before breakfast, cast bronze mid-day and blow […]

A Visit with Dolan Geiman

A Visit with Dolan Geiman

August 22nd, 2020

This month, Gallery MAR is excited to showcase three incredible artists in our latest exhibition, “A New Way,” which included a special Pop-up with artist Dolan Geiman. We also hosted a special reception with collectors of Dolan Geiman’s artwork in our Art Lounge. We proudly represent Geiman at our Gallery MAR Carmel gallery, and he is also […]

Wild Frontiers with Maura Allen

Wild Frontiers with Maura Allen

August 17th, 2020

By Veronica Vale Two years ago, mixed media artist Maura Allen moved from the bustling Colorado capital of Denver to the peaceful remote city of Prescott, Arizona. There in the wide, open spaces of this beautiful Southwestern city, Maura Allen has built for herself a new home, life, and studio. We at Gallery MAR wondered, […]