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 Gerri Meyer, it was originally called the "Hanging Room Gallery". Upon acquiring the gallery's present location the couple changed the name to "Meyer Gallery". In 1997, the gallery was purchased by the Meyer's daughter, Susan, who continues to operate it to this day.
Housed in the former First National Bank of Utah building, the gallery is located in the Historic District of Park City. The district and the building are listed with the National Register of Historic Places and are a part of the Park City Museum's Historic district tour.
The gallery concentrates it's collection with work by artists who reside in the intermountain west. Somewhat eclectic but always refined, the collection represents the best work coming from this region. Gallery patrons experience the work of artists with important museum credentials alongside emerging talents exhibiting exceptional talent, creativity and skill.
It is our goal that guests experience a welcoming visit to the gallery and to provide customer service that exceeds expectation.