WELCOME TO THE PARK CITY GALLERY ASSOCIATION
Nineteen exceptional art galleries await visitors throughout Park City’s Historic District and beyond.The caliber of work on display in this small mountain town will surprise and delight the most seasoned art collector.
The diverse gallery scene is one of Park City’s best offerings and a definite “don't miss!”
312 Main Street
An astonishingly distinctive and wondrous display of nature’s beauty! Internationally renowned master photographer—Bret Webster’s work is displayed in U.S. Embassies and museums around the world...and now Park City!
Provocative, unique, inspiring and breathtaking!
Trove GALLERY (formerly CODA)
804 Main St.
For over 16 years CODA Gallery has been known for its colorful, fun and light hearted aesthetic. A healthy representation of Utah artists, as well as artists from around the country, have made CODA a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Located on lower main street at the town bridge and open daily year round.
Stop by, the candy bowl is always full!
Fatali Gallery | The Museum of Photography
556 Main Street
For 25 years, “light recording artist” Fatali has used his talents in film, photography, writing, and music to pursue his life’s mission of sharing the beauty and power of the Spirit of Nature. He specializes in large format, wide-screen still and motion picture images of the Southwest. He has received recognition as one of the world’s top landscape photographers for his sensitive eye for spirit and light that makes his voice unique in the world of photography. Visit one of our galleries, located in Springdale and Park City, to experience this sanctuary of stunning photographic images of mysterious landscapes that are infused with nature’s phenomenal beauty and spiritual energies of our world wonders.
436 Main Street
Discover Park City’s freshest art gallery. Our clientele enjoy an inviting atmosphere in a modern setting. We welcome both emerging and seasoned collectors and specialize in individualized customer service. Enjoy fine contemporary artwork spanning from bronze sculptures to abstracted landscapes and whimsical figurative pieces.
Through careful observation and reflection, we curate a collection of exquisite, non-commercial artwork with refined vision and taste.
J GO Gallery
408 Main St. (lower level)
J GO Gallery represents Art for the New West. Contemporary original artwork curated to be relevant to our time and our place in the American West.
For the winter of 2014 we’re proud to introduce new work by several artists not shown before in Park City, including Lance Green, Jenn Shifflet, Lori Schappe- Youens, Elaine Coombs and Joey Brock, to name a few.
At J GO, we carefully choose artwork that reflects the skill and passion of the artists who create it. Artwork that is both thought-provoking and stirring. We pair this art collection with exceptional service and we work to make it easy to own and collect fine art.
Within J GO, you’ll find Sparkle & Bling handcrafted art jewelry, and WonderBox; a trove of strange objects of art + curiosities. Please join us for monthly artist openings or just stop in and browse our collection while enjoying our relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Julie Nester Gallery
1280 Iron Horse Dr. (On the corner of Bonanza and Iron Horse Dr.)
Julie Nester Gallery specializes in contemporary art including painting, originals on paper, photography, and sculpture from accomplished, emerging, and mid-career artists from around the U.S. and Canada. Our monthly exhibitions always include high-quality, sophisticated artwork across a range of genres. We have Park City’s most extensive selection of large scale paintings. Visit our spacious, 3,200 square foot gallery on the corner of Bonanza Drive and Iron Horse Drive.
Kimball Art Center
638 Park Avenue
The Kimball Art Center is a non-profit center for the arts, committed to engaging individuals of all ages in diverse and inspiring experiences through education, exhibitions and events. Admission to our exhibits and monthly Art Talks is FREE. Over 300 imaginative art classes are available throughout the year, and we provide free educational outreach programs for K-12 schools in Utah. Our largest event is the annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival, which takes place the first weekend in August and features 220 artists in twelve categories. Kimball Art Center—museum quality exhibits with the heart and soul of a community art center.
Hours Monday-Thursday 10-5, Friday 10-7,
Saturday 12-7, and Sunday 12-5
Admission is FREE
Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery
364 Main Street
435.649.7598 | 888.238.8233
Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has traveled throughout the natural world for 40 years photographing the Earth’s last great wild places. We invite you to visit the Mangelsen Images of Nature Gallery located on Park City’s Historic Main Street. The gallery features limited edition prints in a variety of display options.
305 Main Street
Meyer Gallery specializes in museum-quality art with a focus on contemporary, representational painting and sculpture. We showcase our stable of excellent artists in one of Park City’s most historic buildings, staffed with knowledgeable and friendly art professionals. Please stop in to see quality collectable artwork in a warm, inviting atmosphere.
Meyer Gallery: Expect the unexpected.
Montgomery-Lee Fine Art
608 Main Street
As Park City’s premier art gallery, Montgomery-Lee Fine Art features the finest in realistic and impressionistic paintings and sculptures by 20th century artists ranging from the most established, with national and international reputations, to the newly emerging. Our artists include: Steve Songer, Robert Moore, Jared Sanders, Joseph Alleman, Dean Bradshaw, John Hughes, Don Weller, Mike Malm, Bonnie Posselli, Gregory Stocks and many others. Our bronze collection includes the masterful works of Richard MacDonald, Sandy Scott, Gerald Balciar, and Kent Ullberg.
We also specialize in placement of monumental bronze sculptures for residential and commercial spaces.
Mountain Trails Gallery
301 Main Street
Located at the top of Main Street, Mountain Trails Gallery offers one of the most diverse and prominent collections of fine art in Utah. Visitors will enjoy sculpture and paintings from artists who range from world-renowned to emerging. Several of our artists live in Utah and can often be found working here in the gallery. We have one of the largest bodies of western art in Utah but also carry contemporary landscapes, figurative works, still lifes and wildlife paintings. From miniatures to monuments, guests are assured to have an exciting visit to one of Park City’s most historic buildings.
Old Towne Gallery
580 Main Street
Old Towne Gallery is distinguished by the work of the Masters, as well as today’s most popular established and up-and-coming artists. The gallery roster includes Picasso, Chagall, Matisse, Miro, Renoir, Warhol, David Smith-Harrison, Furlow, P. C. Myer, Eric Lee, Richard Johnson, Asencio, Mark Yale Harris, Allen Lund, L. E. L, Sandy Graves. and many more. A visit to the gallery guarantees a visual extravaganza for everyone while experiencing museum-quality art works. You can also view our extensive inventory of art on our website, or at our gallery.
Come join us!
Park City Fine Art
577 Main Street
Park City Fine Art hosts an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary western fine art. With both genres, our diverse collection of original oil paintings, sculpture, watercolor, and mixed-medium fine art will surely inspire all visitors. Artists include Jim Wilcox, Nelson Boren, Malcolm Furlow, Sandy Graves, Luke Frazier, Coleman, Brent Lawrence, Allen Lund, Chuck Middlekauff, Pino, AM Stockhill, Pete Zaluzec and Alexei Butirskiy. Experience the majestic allure of the West at Park City Fine Art.
Silver Queen Fine Art
577 Main Street
Enjoy Silver Queen Fine Art’s twenty-one accomplished and emerging artists, including Tim Cotterill the Frogman, Nano Lopez, and local artists Aaron Bushnell, Grant Fuhst, and Todd Anderson. Their blend of bright colors, outstanding craftsmanship, and creative vision will make Silver Queen Fine Art your first and last stop while shopping in Park City.
1825 Three Kings Drive
P.O. Box 682625
Utah’s premier Artist in Residence and Workshop Center features a diverse community of visual artists, composers, and writers from around the world. Spiro Arts also hosts a variety of events, including open studio receptions, community outreach programs, and a free public lecture series. Visit our website for more information, and a current street address. Spiro Arts is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization.
309 Main Street
Dynamic landscapes, stunning portraiture, whimsical paintings, bronze sculpture depicting dog breeds, colorful glass, clay millefiori animals and intricate jewelry. Terzian Galleries has a varied contemporary collection and is a must see on Historic Main Street. Featuring regional and nationally recognized artists we offer “something for everyone”.
Celebrating our 10th year, come visit this inspired gallery and be sure to follow us on Facebook for the latest news.
444 Main Street
The McCarthey Gallery is one of the foremost dealers in the United States of Russian Impressionistic art. The gallery maintains an extensive inventory of collectible and museum-quality works by Russia’s most respected artists.
We have been working in Russia for many years and have developed close personal relationships with many of the artists. In addition to our Russian specialization, the TKM Gallery is proud to work with other talented non-Russian artists and also offers a large selection of authentic Russian ornaments, collectibles, and nesting dolls.
Willie Holdman Utah Photography Gallery
580 Main Street
Local nature photographer Willie Holdman has been focusing his eyes on the Utah landscape for over 25 years and is known as having the largest collection of local imagery. His knowledge and sensitivity of Mother Earth emanate from each image displayed in his gallery. Intimate details to vast landscapes are available as framed limited edition photographs, cards, and books. Come join us for a photography workshop or visit the gallery to see Utah in a whole new light. Literally.