Information for Art Professionals

We have a long history of institutional sales and have dealt with art consultants, corporations and museums across the country. We are comfortable with normal purchase procedures, and the gallery has consistently provided photography for both major and little known corporations and museums.

Art consultants and advisors from coast to coast regularly buy from us. Many of the photographers we carry produce work that is particularly suited for corporate spaces, and their work is reasonably priced. We are also adept at meeting deadlines and know which of our photographers can produce the work on time.

We will be pleased to enter your name onto our art consultant mailing list (or emailing list). In advance, thank you for your interest!

Below are some suggestions for you taken from our Selection of Photographers Pages. Click on any entry for bio, sizes and specific price information. Also check our Collector's Items page if you want rarer prints.

Bruce Barnbaum Bruce Barnbaum: black and white landscapes and architecture (wide-ranging subject matter, with some abstracts)

Aspens, Colorado Christopher Burkett: outstanding large-format landscapes (a favorite with coporations-large beautiful prints; book available)

Herminia Dosal Herminia Dosal: Mexican photographer who skillfully uses selective focus (colorful photographs Iris printed on drawing paper)

Gallup, New Mexico Terry Falke: a contemporary landscapist (exquisite large prints; at times photographer is out of town for a few months)

Shiprock with Dike Adriel Heisey: desert landscapes from above (wonderful aerial work)

Church, Passing Storm Michael Johnson: large black and white landscapes (large, strong black and white photographs; in many corporate collections)

Owen Kanzler Owen Kanzler: aerial photographer from New Jersey (attention getting work)

Brian Kosoff Brian Kosoff: black and white panoramic landscape photographer (beautiful soft imagery)

Yousef Khanfar Yousef Khanfar: exquisite color landscapes (reasonably priced, beautiful work)

Tornillo Creek and the Rio Grande River Charles Kruvand: rich, colorful Southwestern landscapes (inexpensive, mostly Texas subjects)

William Lesch William Lesch: colorful, surreal desert imagery (highly colorful, unusual photographs)

Walter Nelson Walter Nelson: unique flower still lifes (20 x 24 and 30 x 40 Iris prints on drawing paper)

David J. Osborn David J. Osborn: panoramic landscapes and structures of the U.K. (strong work with a variety of subject matter that any Anglophile will love)