MAIN STREET GALLERY
Enhancing people's lives through art and creativity.
"The Very Cold, Freezing, No Number Day" by Ashley Sorenson; Illustrations by artist David Miles.
"Color Blocked" by Ashley Sorenson; Illustrations by artist David Miles.
**2017 AML Award picture book category winner**
*Learn more about her publications at AshleySorensonBooks.com
Let our gallery set the tone for your next corporate or personal event. Inquiries welcome at Info@MainStGalleryPC.com.
ABOUT THE OWNER
Ashley Sorenson has had the opportunity to gain experience from galleries throughout the country. From one of the top non-profit galleries and rotating museum exhibitions in the state of New York to one of the oldest galleries in San Francisco; these renowned organizations continue to foster some of the most knowledgeable and well trained staff in the industry. She has professionally represented both old and modern masters including Rembrandt, Monet, Picasso, Miro, Dali, Chagall and Warhol to some of the most successful living contemporary artists today. She's an award winning educational Children's Book Author with degrees in
Business and Behavioral Science and has remained a passionate advocate for art, education and creativity
throughout her career. As the owner of Main Street Gallery, Ashley is committed to sharing with you the advice, expertise and information you need to assemble a uniquely tailored collection to enjoy for years to come.
Rail Yard Furniture
EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS
Contact us at 435.200.4445 or to place orders remotely!
Color Blocked & No Number Day
Book Signing During Gallery Hours
MAIN STREET GALLERY is home to the newest sculpture to grace Park City's Main Street. View "Ode To the West Wind" by bronze artist Rod Zullo at 825 Main Street.*
6-8pm -Last Friday of Every Month
Park Silly Sunday Market:
Every Sunday - June 3rd -September 23rd
Main Street Gallery
825 Main Street
P.O. Box 982251
Park City, UT 84060
Normal Business Hours
Open - 11 a.m. to 7 p.m
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19. Orders can be placed remotely through our contact information above.
*All historic photographs are used by the permission of the Park City Museum