Park City draws visitors from all over the country (and the world!) to our incredible ski slopes and mountain vistas. But there’s also “Art in Them Hills” up in Historic Park City. With over 20 galleries, there is always something new to see and experience.
Many galleries feature works depicting the West, a favorite theme among artists in Utah and the surrounding states. Our state offers an expanse of options for artists: the southern Utah red rocks and pinion pines, to the northern ski slopes and rural barn scenes.
Montgommery Lee Gallery (608 Main) features several local Utah artists, including the figurative works of Michael Malm and the beloved barn scenes of Jared Sanders. You’ll even find a few cowboy watercolors by local painter and Park City favorite Don Weller.
Up at the top of Main Street, you will find three galleries, next door to one another: Terzian Galleries (309 Main), Meyer Gallery (305 Main), and Mountain Trails Gallery (301 Main). Each gallery offers their own distinct interpretation of the West.