Tuesday, January 3, 2017
The Klompching Gallery Blog now resides on our new gallery website. We'll maintain this archive during the transfer of content to the new site.
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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
WE SHOW HERE, DECEMBER 1 – 24, 2016
During the month of December, and leading up to the Christmas and New Year holidays, we are exhibiting a wonderfully diverse selection of contemporary photographs. Each of the artworks are small to medium-sized, framed and ready to be taken away. The perfect 'gift of art'.
If you don't see what you're looking for on the gallery walls, let us know! We'll dive into the gallery inventory and help you to find the perfect artwork.
The gallery has artworks ranging in values from $300 through to $68,000. So, whatever your budget, we're pretty certain we have you covered.
Each Saturday, we'll also be offering some special sales, on both artworks and photobooks. These offers will be limited to those specific days, and collectors will be alerted via the Gallery Newsletter. If you're not on our mailing list, you can SIGN UP HERE.
Monday, December 5, 2016
KEN ROSENTHAL: THE FOREST
We are delighted to share the wonderful news, that the New Mexico Museum of Art has acquired two photographs from the The Forest series by Ken Rosenthal.
Photographed in the Selkirk Mountains in NE Washington State, from 2011–2014, the photographs are dark and densely layered. More than just landscapes, the photographs perform the role of metaphor for thoughts on mortality, discovery, loss and renewal. The series is described by Rosenthal as "the most complicated and personal series I've undertaken".
The acquisition follows Rosenthal's recent success in being awarded a Critical Mass Top 50, by Photolucida, with the same series of work.
For collectors interested in this outstanding series of photographs, please contact the gallery for more information, availability and pricing.
Phantoms, from The Forest © Ken Rosenthal
Fallen, from The Forest © Ken Rosenthal