7 East Anapamu Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery has represented the work of American artists for 24 years. The contributions of these artists, from the 19th century to today, can be found in our two galleries in downtown Santa Barbara, California. With an inventory of over 3,000 works, including paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints and sculptures, Sullivan Goss is the primary West Coast gallery positioned to help build private and public collections of important American art. The gallery is constantly seeking to acquire works by significant American painters and sculptors who worked between 1850 and 1950 including those artists referred to as luminists, impressionists, expressionists and modernists.
Our Santa Barbara location offers approximately twenty exhibitions each year, including solo shows for contemporary artists and curated historical exhibitions.
The gallery, through its research efforts, is also involved with scholarship and research for American artists.
Contemporary Artists Represented:
Ken Bortolazzo, Gregory Botts, Michael Dvortcsak, Terry DeLapp, Alia El-Bermani, Martha Mayer Erlebacher, Jon Francis, Robin Gowen, John Nava, R. Kenton Nelson, Angela Perko, Hank Pitcher, Jack Smith, Nicole Strasburg, Sarah Vedder, Shiba Ward
Artist's Estates Represented:
Anders Aldrin (1889-1970), John Bernhardt (1921-1963), Lydia Cooley (1906-1996), Colin Campbell Cooper, NA (1856-1937), Lockwood De Forest, NA (1850-1932), Edgar Ewing (1913-2006), Sidney Gordin (1918-1996), Anya Fisher (1905-1992), Richard Haines (1906-1984), Lyla Harcoff (1883-1956), Betty Lane (1907-1996), Dan Lutz (1906-1978), Nell Brooker Mayhew (1876-1940), Ben Messick (1891-1981), Frederick Remahl (1901-1968), Hassel Smith (1915-2007), Grace Libby Vollmer (1884-1977), Howard Warshaw (1920-1977)