Park City’s Trove Gallery

TROVE: A collection of valuable items discovered or found; a treasure-trove.

Searching for treasure never gets old — whether you are a young child chasing a crumpled map to an X in the dirt, or all grown up and discovering the raw emotion behind a piece of art that truly means something to you. With an exciting, contemporary mix of painting, sculpture, glass and wood, Park City’s Trove Gallery is bursting with newfound treasures from both emerging and established artists.

Located directly across from the Park City Town Lift, it’s the perfect spot to start exploring all that historic Main Street has to offer. Although the gallery’s name is new, it represents the same strong artistic quality and tradition that began when the gallery originally opened in 1997. Owners Jen Schumacher and Scott Guiterrez explain their recent name change from Coda Gallery to Trove Gallery, “We chose the name Trove because it sums-up our vision for the gallery moving forward. We purchased the gallery over three years ago and it was time for us to put our own spin on things.”

Schumacher, who managed the gallery at 804 Main Street for eight years before buying it, describes their talented mix of artists from around the country, with a special focus on Utah talent, “We are so fortunate to represent such a strong group of artists, many of whom have been with the gallery since day one, over eighteen years ago! Having so many Utah artists allows us to really know them as well as represent their art. For us, that makes things personal, as we feel art should be.”

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