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Beautiful art can come in any sized package, however, sometimes nothing makes a statement quite like large-scale art. Here are a few tips and tricks to help your large-scale art pack the greatest punch.
February 7th, 2020
By Veronica Vale : Flowers and chocolates are lovely, but if you're thinking of ways to truly "wow" this Valentine's Day, we cannot think of a better way than through art. We invite you to show the one you love how special and unique they are with a one-of-a-kind work of art. After all, flowers will wilt, but art and love is forever. For inspiration, we've curated a few of Gallery MAR's most romantic pieces to put the art in heart this Valentine's Day.
January 21st, 2020
Utah-born Warren Neary will come back for a visit home to present "A Brush with Art and a Military Legacy." The first guests to register will also receive a limited edition signed lithograph print of one of Neary's classic, snowy Park City scenes in a custom tote bag. Says Neary, “I’ve always felt a little out of place as an artist type in the military, and as the oldest of nine, my dad said I was the last one he’d expected to join the US Air Force. However, I felt it was a calling for me to serve in addition to pursuing my artwork.”
January 21st, 2020
On February 1, Gallery MAR takes a dive into the exotic Cuban culture with an art talk by philanthropist and collector, Madeleine Plonsker. She will relate experiences of over two decades supporting the arts in Cuba. Her 2014 book, The Light in Cuban Eyes, showcases the work of 50 Cuban photographers, and copies will be available for purchase. Seating is limited, and this event requires your RSVP to email@example.com.
December 29th, 2019
By Veronica Vale : These frosty winter days call for a new Netflix series to binge, and the BBC's Interior Design Masters delivers. The show begins with 10 aspiring interior designers, competing to win a career-defining interior design commercial contract (and not to worry – no spoilers here!).
November 4th, 2019
The first Utah event for the Clydesdales was Wednesday night, October 30, with a ghoul-escorted casket parade walking behind the Budweiser wagon in downtown Salt Lake City. Epitaphs with "R.I.P. 3.2 Beer" lays to rest the Utah law enacted in 1935 after Prohibition when heavier beers could only be purchased in the state-run liquor stores. By midnight October 31, all beer had to be sold or disposed of in the liquor stores.
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.