This jpeg represents the exhibition we did for Paris & Beyond which featured works by husband and wife Robb and Dale Johnson. Dale’s piece is to the left and is of a cafe in Paris with a red awning and the building has red trim right above the awning and there are white shutter on the widows with a few patrons at the tables - the tables are on the sidewalk and at right you see some figures. The artist uses a Diana lens and the image almost looks painterly and very rough in texture. The image to the right is by Robb Johnson of a street in Venice and shows many tables with chairs lining the street all the way to the far focal point. At right is a building with four white awnings at the center of the frame. The work is in a light sepia toned black and white.


July 13 - September 29, 2013

Works by Dale Johnson & Robb Johnson of the husband and wife’s travels to Paris, Italy, New Mexico, Buenos Aries and beyond.

A black and white photograph by Imogen Cunningham of a close up weaving with threads tied in knots at the end of a loom.


May 30 - June 30, 2013

Featuring master works by Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Paul Strand, Irving Penn, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon among others. 

Two images are featured here as well as a number below. At top, and all in black and white, a portrait of Ernest Hemingway by Yousuf Karsh with his knit sweater, turtleneck and full beard and mustache, and at right is Georgia O’Keeffe sitting on at the bottom of the frame looking to her left and dressed in black with a skull and huge horns hanging on the wall above her behind her right shoulder. Below in a slideshow are portraits as that is what Yousuf Karsh is known for including Jasper Johns, Alberto Giacometti, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol etc.


March 23 - May 12, 2013

Master works by Yousuf Karsh.

This image is a dark photograph with the booths at AIPAD highlighted and was taken from a high vantage point.


April 4 - 7, 2013

This image featured an architectural study of rooftops by Brett Weston in black and white. The buildings are white and the roof tiles are what look to be terracota and the buildings intersect one another with pattern and play in all directions. Also featured below are some other works by different artists featuring architectural studies of roofs, lighting systems, adobe walls, bridges and highways all in black and white.


January 12 - March 10, 2013

Featuring works by Ansel Adams, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Oliver Gagliani, Pirkle Jones, Mark Citret, Cara Weston, Rod Dresser and Roman Loranc.

There is no image featured here but rather maroon colored text of “Bullock” and “Gagliani” and “Vintage Photographs” in grey which we used for our exhibition of their works in a combined show. Below is a slideshow of both artist’s works including one of a naked woman in a clover blanketed forest, sea palms on the rocky cliffs of a beach, a night image of trees with light shining through, a close up of a painted cracking wall, a log in the forest with plants all around it, another night image of fog over a stream.


November 17 - January 13, 2013

Master works by Wynn Bullock and Oliver Gagliani on view in our main gallery.

This image is a color image by artist Ryuijie and features four orange poppy flowers frozen in ice with green stems that bleed to the bottom of the frame. The slideshow features works by Ryuijie all in bright colors of flowers frozen in ice which he calls “Color Ice Forms” and there are pink tulips, blue flowers, yellow daffodils.


September 8 - November 28, 2012

Floral images by Ryuijie.

This image is a jpeg of the book cover for Mariana Cook titled “Stone Walls Personal Boundaries” and shows a very old stone wall, most of the stones slanted in all directions and at top, the white sky, the rocks in the middle and at the bottom, and anchoring the image is grass, in black and white. Other black and white images are featured in the slide show below all of stone walls, some with trees, some at the ocean, some of just the wall and showing linear stone.


June 23 - August 26, 2012

Featuring photographs by Mariana Cook in our main gallery.

Edward Weston and friends - an exhibition showcasing the work of Edward Weston and his friends with specific focus on group f/64 (Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Brett Weston, Wynn Bullock, Morley Baer).


Early 20th century photography by Edward Weston and his friends, Ansel Adams, Morley Baer, Sonya Noskowiak, Imogen Cunningham, Johan Hagemeyer and son Brett Weston.

A show of works of gelatin silver prints including artists like Roman Loranc, Rod Dresser, Rolfe Horn, Brett Weston, Ansel Adams among others. All works are high contrast and of various compositions, some abstractions, some floral still lifes, dune studies and landscapes.


January 16 - April 8, 2012

Featuring work by Rolfe Horn, Roman Loranc, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Pirkle Jones, Sonya Noskowiak, Wynn Bullock, Rod Dresser and Brett Weston.

A woman looking out the window by Danielle Nelson-Mourning of a woman (herself) dressed in yellow dress looking out of a window with matching curtains in a dining room with ornate wallpaper.


November 12, 2011 - January 21, 2012

Featuring works by Jeffrey Becom, Maggie Taylor, Yoshimitsu Nagasaka, Danielle Nelson-Mourning, Ernst Haas and Dale Johnson.

The exhibition titled “A Restless Eye” coincided with the release of the book of the same name. Below is slideshow featuring works by Brett Weston, all in start black and white high contrast: a close-up of ice forms, piers in water, a yucca plant, Mendenhall Glacier, his iconic Holland Canal of a canal in Holland lined with trees on both sides, a hillside in Guatemala, the terraced hill cascading from left to right, a monastery in Spain taken from a balcony and looking out onto a small village, a close up on a fern.


September 10 - October 30, 2011

Featuring black and white gelatin silver prints by Brett Weston in conjunction with the book release A Restless Eye.

The Creation was a portfolio made by Ernst Haas and we took the liberty of framing the entire portfolio for our exhibition of the same name. The works include a waterfall in blue and very abstract, some antelope grazing in a field in Kenya all facing to their left, a canyon in orange clay with a blue sky, rain with a backdrop of pink flowers with green leaves, a volcano erupting with rock in the foreground and centered and pink/red lava spurting out from the side and behind, a close up of a sea study which looks to be an iridescent abalone shell, a wave crashing, the water very green and the sea behind blue with a white cloud in the sky, a field of flowers in red and yellow with green grass made in Sicily, a close-up yellow leaf on a dark circle in a blue rock,


July 9 - September 3, 2011

Featuring color works by Ernst Haas in our main gallery.

Ansel Adams California and the West was an exhibition we had open in April - June, 2011 and featured many black and white gelatin silver print originals by Ansel Adams and other artists. Works included many of his iconic black and white works including Aspens in Northern New Mexico of a tree in stark white to the left of center and a black background with abstract trunks behind the white tree, Moon and Half Dome of the half dome taking up most of the frame from the right and a moon hanging to the left at the top of the frame, Moonrise over Hernandez New Mexico of the town Hernanedez with the moon also hanging in the sky, building in the foreground a large one to the left and smaller ones to the right with a small graveyard.


April 30 - July 3, 2011

Featuring classic works of the west by the master photograph Ansel Adams.

This image features one of Michael Kenna’s works from Huangshan Mountain with mountain peaks taking up most of the left side and one peak on the right going up to the center of the frame. There is heavy mist so about half of the photograph is white and there is a prominent tree atop the mountain at the bottom left. The image is in black and white.


March 5 - April 17, 2011

Book signing with Michael Kenna March 12, 2011 in our main gallery.

This image shows a few walls at our show in New York City for AIPAD and features two works by Robert Mapplethorpe, one at the top of a white rose on a grey background with a white triangular band running down left of center vertically, the rose, sitting atop the surface, the other Mapplethorpe is of a white orchid in a vase and a black background with the flower tilting to it’s right. The last image that is visible is by Danielle Nelson-Mourning, a self portrait, dressed in a yellow gown which matches the curtains. There is a dining table at the foreground and one single place setting at the head of the table. A mirror graces the back wall and the wallpaper is browns and pinks.


March 17 - 20, 2011

This jpeg showcases works from a few new artists at the time for Weston Gallery. The first image, top left to bottom right, is by Dale Johnson of a beach scene, very grainy in blue and grey and white with about five figures which are very blurry scattered about on the beach, the second is a nude image showing a woman in the center bent over and sitting down, black and white with dark hair, her head turn inward toward her body, the third image is a close-up of an elephant’s face. The animal is off center and the image shows his or her right side from the top of his tusk to only on of his/her ears and the eye with trunk by British artist Paul Coghlin, the fourth is an abstraction image by Sparky Campanella and explores the concept of horizons and how man-made elements and nature can live harmoniously together. The image is of the top of building in browns, and resembles mud or rough adobe and the top half of the photograph features the sky mostly white with a dark ominous cloud lurking the right and middle of the frame. The last image is by Danielle Nelson Mourning of the yellow dress self portrait with matching yellow curtain, dining table at the front with a place seting for one at the head and ornate, brown and pink wallpaper with a mirror in the background.


January 8 - February 27, 2011

Featuring works by Dale Johnson, Ted Preuss, Paul Coghlin, Sparky Campanella and Danielle Nelson-Mourning.

This image is an overall view of the Classic Photographs sale in Los Angeles held January 15 and 16 in 2011. The room is large and open air with a tall ceiling of wood and beams throughout. There are many tables with desktop displays and photographs to go through. There are some people in attendance, dressed casually in jeans, red tops, bluees, white and the tables have black table clothes throughout the room. Below is a slideshow showing our booth including a photograph of owner Davi Weston dressed in black standing behind the table in black cloth. There is a wall of Ansel Adams works and some Edward Westons and small works on a table by artist Andre Kertesz.


January 15 & 16, 2011

This jpeg shows three works by photographer William Neill all very abstract and almost painterly and blurry. From left to right, aspens with a bright yellow and green background, center is a moutainscape with the green shades of mountains taking up the bottom third and the rest of the frame a cloudy white and blue sky. The third is a mountain/field of yellowish brown in the bottom third of the frame, a blue sky with white clouds take up the top two thirds of the photograph. All are horizontal. Below is slideshow of the exhibition including a work of water reflections which is vertical in lavender, green, blues and gray, very abstract.


December 21 - October 11, 2011

New color works by William Neill featured in our main gallery.