I am very fortunate in that I am able to work with a number of incredible galleries/gallerists. At present, my primary representation is Denver’s Gallery 1261. However, I regularly participate in a host of exhibitions with several other galleries. Three of the galleries that occasionally have inventory from me in this respect are the Principle Gallery in Alexandria, Meyer Gallery in Santa Fe, Robert Lange Studios Gallery in Charleston, and Lovett’s Gallery in Tulsa. Each gallery is known for its incredible roster of artists, as well as the quality of work they represent. I encourage you to take the time to visit each one!

Gallery 1261 is the proud culmination of a dream come true. With the help of long-time gallery owner Chris Mileham (Abend Gallery), successful illustrator David Uhl, and accomplished artist Quang Ho, this gallery was opened in 2004 with one goal in mind – to provide an environment for artists to show their work without any restraints or marketing strategies. Our programming is guided by Quang Ho so we can bring together some of the best works from international and local artists.

The Robert Lange Studios Gallery is an exhibition space in Charleston, SC at which owners Robert and Megan Lange showcase their own paintings alongside works from a vetted roster of artists they represent. They describe the overall style of the works in the gallery as “surrealist hyperrealism,” which is to say that painstakingly masterful techniques are applied to contemporary subjects, with a whopping dose of imagination and soul thrown in. The results are marvelous: from levitating gorillas to maidens dreaming beneath a pond’s surface to trompe l’oeil subjects you’ll swear are real. A sign in the doorway says it best: “All are welcome. We’re SO open!”

Meyer Gallery, founded in 1965 by Darrel and Jeri Meyer, opened with the intent to exhibit the finest of contemporary representational art by today’s top artists. After 20 successful years in Park City, the Meyers expanded their vision and gallery name to Santa Fe under the ownership of their son, Dirk Meyer. It was with Dirk’s eye and vision that Meyer Gallery was established on historic Canyon Road over 30 years ago. Guided by Dirk’s leadership as owner and John Manzari as managing director, the gallery evolved into what it is today – a leading force in Santa Fe’s art market for contemporary representational art and a premier destination for collectors and artists worldwide.

Established in 1978 in Tulsa, Lovetts Gallery is the oldest Oklahoma fine art gallery specializing in vast artistic diversity, including local, regional, national, and international artists working in nearly every genre and medium. As a Tulsa art gallery, Lovetts Gallery has worked diligently over the decades to continually represent the most talented, driven, and committed artists who produce works that are visually stunning, emotionally fulfilling, and culturally and historically significant.

Since opening in 1994, Principle Gallery has been dedicated to exhibiting the best of American and European Contemporary Realism. Focusing on paintings in oil and bronze sculpture, the gallery represents emerging, mid-career, and established artists with a distinct personal approach to their work. Principle Gallery gains great exposure for its artists through solo exhibitions, selective group shows, and national art fairs.