PCGA Festival Gallery Stroll

We are excited to again introduce the Park City Gallery Association Festival Gallery Stroll. Stop in to these amazing galleries for special exhibit openings, food and refreshments – available only during the weekend. The Park City Kimball Arts Festival collaborates with these fine galleries in various ways to promote our world-class offerings.


Gallery Mar

436 Main St.
Join us on Friday at 6:00 p.m. for an Artist Reception with Fred Calleri. Calleri’s figurative oil paintings, often navigating through the ‘20s and into the ‘60s, have a wonderfully nostalgic feel, harkening back to a simpler time. A new blending of the representational with the more whimsical and quirky distortion allows for an enriched narrative in Calleri’s work. Each piece becomes personal as it tells a story, unique for each viewer. Refreshments will be served.

J Go

J GO Gallery

408 Main St. (lower level)
Visit J GO Gallery to escape the heat and enjoy complimentary lemonade. Mention this offer and get 10% off any original artwork. Offers valid during the 2016 Kimball Arts Festival only.

Julie Nester

Julie Nester Gallery

1280 Iron Horse Dr.
Coffee and Croissants at Julie Nester Gallery
Start off your Saturday Arts Festival experience with coffee and croissants at Julie Nester Gallery on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Julie Nester Gallery will be featuring abstract paintings by Chris Hayman. The Gallery has plenty of bike and car parking, so stop by on Saturday morning before hitting Main Street and the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. The Gallery is located around the corner from the Kimball Arts Center at 1280 Iron Horse Drive.

Susan Swartz Studios

260 Main St.

Susan Swartz Studios features the breathtaking acrylic paintings of the internationally renowned artist of the eponymous name. Take a break from the heat and crowds and visit Susan Swartz Studios during the Park City Kimball Arts Festival.  Immerse yourself in Susan’s colorful and serene artwork; watch her unique moving art video, a combination of technology and art; and enjoy some refreshing ice tea.


TROVE Gallery

804 Main St.

Stop by TROVE Gallery to view the fabulous new work by local artists Kim Brown & Heather Barron.  Both artists address the female form, Kim with clay and Heather with oil.  The show will be up throughout the weekend with artists and eats Friday night from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Lower Main St. at the Town bridge.