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Personal Park City Gallery Stroll

Along with world-class skiing and the Sundance Film Festival, Park City is know for its thriving art scene. The city boasts more than 20 galleries to explore featuring everything from fine art to jewelry.


Park City is known for skiing, mountain biking and the Sundance Film Festival. However, it is also known for its thriving art scene, with more than 20 galleries showcasing curated collections of fine art, sculpture, photography, and jewelry.

By starting at the top of Main Street and heading down the hill, you can experience your own personal gallery stroll. Here is a list of some of our favorites:

Susan Swartz Studios, 260 Main Street

For the past two decades, Swartz has worked as an artist, activist and documentary film producer. Currently battling Lyme disease, Swartz’s paintings evolved from realism to abstraction and her work is inspired by the intersection of art, nature and spirituality. Current pieces that are available are Aspen Touch, Florals, and Rhapsody. 

Mountain Trails Gallery represents many renowned contemporary and western artists. With a mix of representational and impressionist paintings and sculpture, including figurative, wildlife, still-life, and landscapes. From February 16th through the 19th, Andrew Bolam Winter’s work will be showcased at the gallery.

At Meyer Gallery, the art is eclectic and refined, featuring both experienced and emerging talents from Utah and the western United States. Solo shows include Douglas Aagard on February 10th and Jeffrey Pugh on February 23rd .

Australian photographer David Beavis uses an immersive printing process that creates three dimensional images. Check out his Artist Choice Prints, which are unnumbered and signed by Beavis and are iterations of his iconic Limited Edition Collection. 

Thomas Anthony Gallery has a beautiful selection of paintings and sculptures by acclaimed artists as well as regional up and coming artists. This unique collection is a truly visual delight. A Solo Showing of  Joshua Tobey’s nature in bronze will be on February 16th and 17th, and wildlife creations by Shannon Marie Schact on February 23rd.

“Fibonacci” by Jylian Gustlin. Courtesy of Gallery MAR.

Gallery MAR is home to sophisticated paintings and sculptures. In February, owner Maren Mullen will be featuring Matt Flint’s work in a solo show. Flint says,  “My paintings are of animals, plants and landscapes seen through a moment of shifting focus. I paint the way I explore the rugged mountains by my house, always pushing to see what is over the next hill, searching for the unexpected.”

McMillan Fine Art, 505 Main Street

The Fine Art Gallery showcases western landscapes by award winning photographer Jared McMillan. One of his newest pieces, “Always Moving Forward,” features two bison wandering in the Grand Tetons with a stark white background and a panoramic view of the “Teton Valley Sunset.”

Pearls By Shari, 513 Main Street

“The pearl is the only gem that is formed by a living creature,” Explains Shari Turpin, owner of Pearls By Shari. The white and calm gallery features beautiful jewelry pieces created with Tahitian, White South Sea, and Golden South Sea pearls. During your art stroll take time to view these original works of art.

Providing a collection of traditional and contemporary art, the Park City Art Gallery is a must-see on your stroll. Featured artists include Stephen Boren, Karl Lansing, Jeremy Salazar, and Salvador Dali.

At Old Towne Gallery, you will find works from artistic masters like Marc Chagall, Alexei Butirskiy, and Mark Yale Harris. The collection is large and constantly changing, with drawings, paintings, mixed media, sculptures, and photography. 

Allen Lund grew up painting under the tutelage of his parents who were professional artists. His favorite seasons are autumn, winter, and spring. His paintings give sensory impressions beyond the visual. Lunds is set up as an interactive art ‘Studio-Gallery’ where the public can engage in the creative process from start to finish. You can watch Lund work on his latest masterpiece Wednesday through Saturday, right in the gallery.

Montgomery Lee Fine Art, 608 Main Street

Featuring realistic impressionist works by current national and international talents. This family-owned studio showcases custom paintings and bronze sculptures.  Artists include Steve Songer, Jared Sanders, Joseph Alleman, and Don Weller. Owner Jennifer Lee Fargo, says, “I consider our artists to be some of our greatest friends because they have been with us for so long.”

With both contemporary and traditional pieces, art lovers of all kinds will enjoy perusing this eclectic gallery. Artists range from Duke Beardsley, to Mike Barlow and Holly Manneck. Owner Megan McIntire and her staff will help with in person and delivery options, and will provide suggestions based on your preferences.
Once you finish your Main Street stroll, be sure to stop by the Kimball Art Center on 1251 Kearns Boulevard. The Center “believes that art brings joy, direction and a welcome distraction.” The Kimball Art Center provides educational programs, exhibitions, and art events, and is open seven days a week.

Feature Image: Paintings and sculptures at the Thomas Anthony Gallery. Photo courtesy of the Thomas Anthony Gallery.

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