April 6th, 2020
January 8th, 2020
Serious art connoisseurs don’t just curate their personal art collection—they also direct how the pieces will rotate through, and be shown in, their homes.
October 13th, 2019
In our Park City gallery, I continually hear the phrase: "We have no more room for art!" And what a lovely problem to have.
August 17th, 2019
Over the months of August and September, 2019, I am embarking on a project called “Neighbor Project.” I am looking for volunteers to come to my studio for one 30 – 45 minute session and sit for a small portrait painting. The paintings will be exhibited at my very first open studio celebration on October 19th. If you are interested in participating, please click below to contact the studio and schedule a session.
April 26th, 2019
At our Park City gallery, we currently have the privilege of working with a collector whose brand new home is a showcase for exceptional artwork. From a top South Carolina architecture firm, the design is open, contemporary, and incredibly inspiring. When I ran across this article on Artspace, I knew I had to share it with our readers.
December 26th, 2018
With 2018 coming to a close, we are celebrating the end to our ten year anniversary -- and looking forward to the next ten, of course. It's always fun to look at the big, really big, successes of the art world too. Like the most expensive works sold at auction this year!
November 13th, 2018
One of our most recently completed projects is a residence at Montage Deer Valley. It is a 5 bedroom, 4 bath unit that boasts the sleeping availability of 16(!) with the large bunk room.
September 23rd, 2018
Most of us have a varied collection of art pieces ranging from family photos, memorabilia, drawings, prints, paintings and sculpture. Some pieces carry a high price tag while others are deeply meaningful but without commercial value.
July 28th, 2018
Earlier this summer, we invited photographer Andy Duback to the Vermont studio of Rebecca Kinkead, to photograph the artist with these two marvelous works of art.
June 25th, 2018
One of the greatest joys of entrepreneurship is having the ability to decide who you want to work with. I get to pick my artists, and choose my staff, and it's even more lovely when they're friends. Last month, artist Bridgette Meinhold and I drove from Park City to the Truckee area to deliver a painting, commissioned for a very special on-mountain home. As we spent eight hours in a car together -- we learned more about each other than in our eight years of working together!