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Galleries
Saatchi Art OnLine Gallery Saatchi Art OnLine Gallery -- Work with an art curator and pay no advisory fees
Whatever artworks you are looking to purchase, your Saatchi Art curator will select works tailored to your needs, space, and style. Depending on your request, your curator will suggest a carefully chosen selection of around 30 works for you to browse through online. No other art advisory program offers this time-saving service to both individuals and trade professionals free of charge. This is the gallery that represents my Art Work, at: StacchiArt - Rod Jolliffe

Viewpoint Photographic Art Center Viewpoint Photographic Art CenterSacramento, Ca, a nonprofit organization, is the heart of a thriving, energetic, and supportive photographic community. Viewpoint’s role is to promote the art of photography through:
  • Exhibits of original photography by contemporary and historic photographers.
  • Lectures, discussion, workshops, field trips, and educational programs.
  • Events to foster public awareness and appreciation of photographic art.
  • Collection, preservation, and publication.

John Natsoulas Gallery John Natsoulas - Center for the Arts “Visitors from out of state might never expect to find one of Northern California’s most ambitious galleries in the university town of Davis . . . But for some years art dealer John Natsoulas has been staging significant shows devoted to less-studied aspects of West Coast art and documenting them with well-made catalogues.” (ARTnews )

Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, Ca Scott Nichols Gallery "The Scott Nichols Gallery is a fine art photography gallery located in downtown San Francisco. The gallery shows a combination of established, up and coming and contemporary photographe. The gallery opened in 1992 and houses one of the largest private collections of Brett Weston photographs as well as an extensive inventory of photographs by classic California photographers such as Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, Imogen Cunningham, Ruth Bernhard, Wynn Bullock, and William Garnett. Though the gallery is located in the upscale gallery district of the Union Square area, Scott Nichols has a very casual and friendly style. This is not the typical white walled gallery affair."

Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco Fraenkel Gallery "Since 1979, Fraenkel Gallery has presented almost 300 exhibitions exploring photography and its relation to other arts. The exhibitions have spanned the medium’s history, from its early masters to present day. In addition to its museum-quality exhibitions, the gallery has maintained a vigorous publishing program including numerous monographs and exhibition catalogues. The gallery maintains long-established relationships with museums, private collectors, and corporations around the world, and welcomes the experienced collector as well as those beginning to consider collecting photographic art."

Robert Koch,  San Francisco, Ca Robert Koch Gallery “Established in 1979, The Robert Koch Gallery exhibits and offers a wide range of exemplary photography that spans the history of the medium from the 19th century to the present. Our extensive inventory emphasizes contemporary photography, Modernist and experimental work from the 1920s and 1930s, and 19th century photography. From inception, our mission has been to help define and participate in the evolving understanding of the history of photography."

Robert Tat Gallery,  San Francisco, Ca Robert Tat Gallery “Robert Tat has a special interest in 20th century European and American Modernism. This includes classic modernism (photographs made between the two World Wars), and extends to a broader range of work influenced by the modernist school. It also encompasses 19th century photographs that anticipate modernism, vernacular and other anonymous works with a modernist sensibility, and contemporary works."

Corden Pots Gallery,  San Francisco, Ca

Corden Potts Gallery The gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the work of outstanding contemporary photographers.

"We came to realize long ago t hat there are all too few ghalleries dedicated to showing the work of top-notch comtemporary photographers and, of those galleries that existed back when we were starting out, a huge percentage have dissappeared. In response, we have now to put our experiences as photographeres and a curators into practice to help fill this void" -- Elizabeth Cordern and Jan Potts


KLOMPCHING Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

The Klompching Gallery Klompching Gallery was established 2007, and specializes in the sale and exhibition of contemporary fine art photography. The gallery represents an international roster of established artists, whose work can be found in several notable public and private collections.

Located in Dumbo (Brooklyn, NY), the gallery showcases photography that demonstrates creative integrity and intent, originality, narrative and aesthetic challenges, and the highest level of craftsmanship.


KVIE Gallery, Sacramento, Ca KVIE Public Gallery “The KVIE Gallery offers visitors a chance to view the art of recent KVIE Art Auction award winners, jurors, and California Masters. The solo exhibition rotates every two months and is curated by D. Oldham Neath, KVIE Art Curator.

Blue Wing Gallery Blue Wing Gallery Blue Wing Art Gallery is a great place not only to view photographic art, but also to have your own framed. The gallery hosts artist receptions, does custom framing, collages and can even restore old photographs. If you have sports memorabilia or just want your old college jersey framed, they can do that, too.

Center for Fine Art Photography Center for Fine Art Photography Founded in 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit organization supported by donations, grants, and memberships. With offices, classrooms, and two galleries in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide.
The Center provides:
  • Ongoing juried exhibitions of fine art photography by artists from around the world.
  • Educational programming and workshops taught by leading photographic artists and experienced industry professionals.
  • A facility where photographic artists can meet, learn and share ideas.

Firefly Editions Firefly Editions- Great site for Posters of various types and sizes

R Jolli Design R Jolli Design- You have to see these wonderful, artistic scarves, tops, wraps and accessories

Photo & Art Events
Sacramento 2nd Saturday Art Walk Sacramento Second Saturday Art Walk- On the second Saturday of each month, galleries in Sacramento, California stay open late into the evening, with some serving refreshments. Second Saturday is a night to wander about, visit galleries and have fun! Many galleries feature new works by local artists and new showings.

Music & Musicians We Like
Clairdee Clairdee A wonderful jazz singer with great stage presence and a wonderful lustrous voice and soulful delivery.

"My mission is to uplift and inspire through music. In that regard, I consider myself a soul singer — reaching from the inside out, telling stories, stirring emotions, helping my listeners feel good. My goal is to continue creating, finding and telling new stories that bring us all closer together. That’s what music is all about." -Clairdee

Elaine Elias Eliane Elias If you love jazz piano you have to check out Elain Elias.
“The classical tradition meets the spontaneity of jazz through the virtuosic playing of Brazil-born and New York-based pianist Eliane Elias. A former member of jazz ensemble Steps Ahead, Elias has continued to explore two distinct musical streams through her solo recordings and her performances since the mid-'80s..." -AllMusic.com

Esperanza Spaulding Esperanza Spaulding A wonderful, fresh talent and besides being a great jazz singer she is one of the best bass players around. Voted the "Best New Artist" at the 2011 Grammy Awards. She has been nominated for the 2012 NCLR ALMA Award® in the category of Best Female Music Artist. On February 26, 2012, Spalding performed at the 84th Academy Awards, singing the Louis Armstrong standard "What a Wonderful World", alongside the Southern California Children's Chorus to accompany the video montage that celebrated the film industry greats who died in 2011 and early 2012. In November 2013, Spalding released a protest/action single "We Are America" to protest the Guantánamo prison camps, with cameo performances by Stevie Wonder and Harry Belafonte.

Michael Franks Michael Franks What can I say about the great person and singer. A wonderful lyrisist and great composer and a very hip performer. He is a smooth jazz singer and songwriter, has an extensive set of recordings and has also recorded with a variety of well-known artists -- such as Patti Austin, Brenda Russell, Art Garfunkel, and David Sanborn. His songs have been recorded by The Manhattan Transfer, Patti Labelle, Carmen McRae, Diana Krall, Shirley Bassey and The Carpenters.

Melody Gardot Melody Gardot Melody Gardot is a Grammy-nominated American singer, writer and musician in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, though she considers herself a "citizen of the world". She has been influenced by such blues and jazz artists as Judy Garland, Janis Joplin, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Stan Getz and George Gershwin as well as Latin music artists such as Caetano Veloso. Her music has been compared to that of Nina Simone.

Shirley Horn

The Wonderful Shirley Horn
Shirley Horn Although she is sadly gone now, and greatly missed, she is certainly one of the greats of the idiom. Shirley Horn's music is centered on her singing, in a fairly low register and a traditional blues-jazz style, and her piano playing, which is technically accomplished. Her repertoire includes original compositions and standards drawn mostly from classic rock, including "Ode to Billie Joe," "A Taste of Honey," and "Black Magic Woman." Although she could swing as strongly as any straight-ahead jazz artist, her reputation rode on her exquisite ballad work.

Patrica Barber Patricia Barber Her music is centered on her singing, in a fairly low register and a traditional blues-jazz style, and her piano playing, which is technically accomplished. She is known for imbuing her songs with intelligence and a wide and unusual vocabulary, which results in complex and witty lyrics.
Phototographers I Like:
  •    Anne Miller Photography   Great, very inventive photographer with considerable visual senseabilties.

  •    David Michael Kennedy   A complete master --- wonderful, masterful Paladium Prints. Not to be missed.....

  •    Karin Apollonia Müller   Astonishing work, studied design, photography, and film at the University of Essen where she received a Masters degree with honors in photography in 1992. Since 1995, she has lived in the Western U.S. and Europe, teaching and participating in residencies in China, New Mexico, Italy, and Germany, as well as winning numerous awards.

  •    Chris Brown   Wonderful vies of the Western United States

  •    Richard Lohmann   Really, really great B/W Landscapes - wondenderful use of light and shadow.

  •    Jovana Rikalo   A very imaginative and creative photographer, a must see...