If you’re an art enthusiast, Park City is a cultural haven. Stroll Main Street and you will find upwards of 20 galleries to peruse and critique. Click on the Art header of our website and view the Gallery Calendar of Events for upcoming Park City art receptions.
For this first weekend in March, two of our favorite galleries are hosting Park City art exhibitions:
Julie Nester Gallery is conveniently located at 1280 Iron Horse Drive. With ample parking and easy access to the reception, join the showcase from 6-8 PM on Friday, March 1st. The gallery will be highlighting the work of Jennifer Nehrbass, “Pioneer Project.” Nehrbass is a painter from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Not only is her art represented at the Julie Nester Gallery, you will find her work in many private collections around the United States and Europe. For more information about Jennifer Nehrbass’ collection or future Julie Nester Gallery events, visit: julienestergallery.com or jennifernehrbass.com
On Saturday, March 2nd, Park City art is on full display at the Meyer Gallery. Located at 305 Main Street, the gallery will be presenting a solo show for David Frederick Riley from 6-9 PM. Riley is a Park City native and his work is influenced by the western United States. To check out Riley’s work and other features at Meyer Gallery, visit meyergallery.com or frederickfineart.art.
If you would like to explore your inner artist, the Kimball Art Center hosts numerous art classes and camps. From 10 AM – 1 PM on Saturday March 2nd register for their “Figure Drawing Studio.” Share drawing techniques and skills in a group setting. Or take your little one to the “Arctic Artful Afternoon” on Friday March 1st from 1 PM to 3 PM. Let their artistic imagination be inspired by the Kimball’s current exhibitions. kimballartcenter.org/art-classes/
So while enjoying our charming town, don’t miss the opportunity to soak in the beauty of Park City art.