One of Historic Park City’s most popular galleries for innovative and contemporary art, Gallery MAR, has moved up to a considerably more spacious location at 436 Main Street which has allowed young owner Maren Mullin to double the size of her gallery.
The new Gallery MAR is able to showcase more works and more artists. Movable walls allow the gallery to be extra creative in how art is displayed, and this greater flexibility enables them to host a variety of dinners, events and cocktail parties. Another dynamic feature is the hanging art from 20-foot ceilings, which lends a more interesting design element to the space.
Recently, Gallery MAR hosted the Kimball Art Center’s Transformation Project’s dinner the evening before the decision was made to engage New York City and Copenhagen architect firm BIG/Bjarke Ingels Group out of five competing firms to design the new Kimball.
Gallery MARs next show is Friday, Feb. 24, 6 to 8 p.m. Coinciding with the Park City Gallery Stroll, the show will highlight the works of Wyoming artist Matt Flint, who creates serene paintings of western wildlife that truly inspire.
If you haven’t already explored Gallery MAR’s new location and artist collections, be sure to stop in the next time you are wandering around Historic Park City, and check out Matt Flint during the Gallery Stroll.