Phoenix gallery goes big with small |

Phoenix gallery goes big with small

Phoenix Gallery hosted 25 artists and their guests last weekend to include artists from the community who aren’t represented in Park City galleries. The intent of the Drop-Off Party was to get to know the artists in our community, and to introduce them to some the influential art community members.

The new director of the Kimball, Robin Rankin, attended as did the director of the art program from Sundance Resort, Celeste Dennis.

Phoenix Gallery is currently displaying still life paintings by Erin Westenskow Berrett, who took best of show during the Park City Art Festival this year; original mixed media work by Travis Tanner of Tanner Frames in Salt Lake City; and Sandy Brunvand of Salt Grass Printing, also based in Salt Lake. Trent Call’s carefully composed comic-style paintings hang side by side with Shawn Rossiter’s quiet landscapes.

To see the paintings, visit Phoenix Gallery at 508 Main St. or call 649-1006.

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