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Meyer Gallery

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Meyer Gallery

225 Canyon Road # 14

Santa Fe, New Mexico,87501

United States

Company Description

The Meyer Gallery was first established in 1965 and has grown to be a contemporary art icon in the state of Utah. Founded by Darrell and Gerry Meyer, it was originally called the "Hanging Room Gallery". Upon acquiring the gallery's present location the couple ... more

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About Douglas Aagard - Meyer Gallery - Park City, UT

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Utah artist Douglas Aagard; however, has transformed seemingly overnight. What would cause an artist with a growing following to risk a daring makeover? Doug grew up in Western Montana's Bitterroot Valley, an area he remembers where "the people were few and the adventures great". He developed an appreciation for the land, and there his resourcefulness, creativity, and work ethic flourished. Gary, says Douglas, "introduced me to the power and profoundness that is possible in painting". The commercial viability of Smith's characteristic style, and the higher price of his work seemed to open a window for Aagard. Although acting upon a welcome influence, Doug's work was selling in a niche he did not create, and like many artists before him, Aagard's work became recognizable for its similarity to his mentor. Preparing for his first, Aagard found himself pressed to offer enough work to cover the gallery walls. "I was struck by the similarity of my works", he observed, " the scenes and colors would change, but ultimately it was all the same." Aagard attributes his change to, of all things, sagebrush. In creating "Cerrulean Sage", something inside clicked for the young artist. "I found myself capturing the texture and subtle changes in light on the sagebrush deep into the landscape. Sagebrush transformed me." Suddenly obsessed by sagebrush, Aagard began adding features and variances, and the detailed effects he acquired leapt across the landscape to the small cactus and grasses. "Suddenly I was painting a scene of corn stubble and sky with a new vision.


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