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Gallery News
January 2015

Lund Fine Art

Opening February 2015

Lund Fine Art is a working studio gallery with Allen Lund as owner and artist. The gallery is filled with pieces created by talented family artists. Join us in February for a unique artistic experience!

 

The MANGELSEN - Images of Nature Gallery

The gallery is excited to announce the release of Mangelsen’s newest coffee table book: The Last Great Wild Places – 40 Years of Wildlife Photography by Thomas D. Mangelsen. The book is available in hardcover, deluxe leather and limited edition versions.

The Mangelsen limited edition collection is on permanent display at the gallery. Images are available in the Mangelsen Collector Edition and Artist Proof Edition.

more information:
lalleman@mangelsen.com

 

J・GO Gallery

January 30, 2015

People -
Jane Maxwell, Denise Duong, Ryoko Tajiri, Sherri Belassen and Olivia Mae Pendergast -
Meditations on the figure: unique reflections of individuality.

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Gallery MAR

Gallery MAR brings a new selection of wax encaustic paintings by Bridgette Meinhold, to coordinate with large-scale sculpture by Joe Norman. The combination of Meinhold’s soft, fluid wax with the steel and rigid edges of Norman’s 3D work is a stunning exhibition. Both artists share a deep connection to, and appreciation of, Mother Nature.

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Old Towne Gallery

TESHIA

Teshia is turning the heads of art collectors near and far with her distinctive style of Contemporary Western Wildlife artwork.

At 29 years old, she is quickly making her mark in the Western Art scene — her bold paintings are in high demand both nationally and internationally and can be found in the homes of art collectors and aficionados from Montana to Milan.

Teshia specializes in Acrylic paintings that portray her unique interpretation of the exclusive animals and scenes of the west.

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Thomas Kearns McCarthey Gallery

We are pleased to be featuring an exhibition of new works by one of our few non-Russian artists, Ken Spencer.

Mr. Spencer is an avid plein-air painter who thrives on the challenges and joys of painting under the skies in nature.

Ken recently traveled to France, Italy and the Czech Republic to paint on location and many of the new works in the exhibition are a result of these travels.

Ken Spencer, a native of Northern Utah, currently resides in Blackfoot, Idaho. He has exhibited his work throughout the United States, won numerous awards and been featured in Southwest Art Magazine's "Artists to Watch", SkyWest Magazine and in American Art Collector Magazine.

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Trove Gallery

Utah artist David Dornan
David's first Utah gallery show since the 2002 Olympics!

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Julie Nester Gallery

Debra Bloomfield:“Wilderness”
Through January 20

Coinciding with the 50th Anniversary of the National Wilderness Act, Wilderness is an exhibition of large-scale photographs by internationally acclaimed artist Debra Bloomfield.

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Terzian Galleries

Terzian Galleries is celebrating our 10th Anniversary in a new location.

Please come visit us at 625 Main Street—look for the purple sign next to Mary Jane's Boutique.

We are excited to welcome several new artists to the gallery, including award winning abstract painter, Oonju Chun.

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Bret Webster Images Gallery

We have completed a dramatic refresh of images!

Bret recently returned from his month-long cultural-exchange visit to the Middle East as a guest of the US State Dept., during which he managed to get in several days of photographing deep within the “Empty Quarter” desert of Northwest Oman.

An amazing treat for everyone, along with several new images of local origin!

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Kimball Art Center

Enjoy Sundance: Our new spring art classes begin on February 5th!

Please click here to view the latest class schedule.

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Welcome to the Park City Gallery Association

gallery stroll

17 art galleries await visitors throughout Park City’s Historic District and beyond. The diverse gallery scene is one of Park City’s best offerings and a definite “do not miss.”

From 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on the last Friday of each month members of the Gallery Association present a showcase event highlighting artists, special exhibits and art events.

The Gallery Stroll is a free community event that gives locals and visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while exploring Park City’s exciting art scene.

Next Last Friday Gallery Stroll: January 31