Charlotte Jackson Gallery is a very fine venue. Focusing in on Contemporary, monochromatic works. Constance Dejong, Fredrick Hammersly, Ed Moses & Florence Pierce are only a few... read more
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, established in 1989, has a clearly defined and...
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, established in 1989, has a clearly defined and highly respected program that affords collectors the chance to see a wide variety of color-oriented painting, and sculpture. The gallery is located in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District and specializes in Monochromic painting, Light and Space and California Modernists. Among the artists represented by the gallery are such well-known painters as Anne Appleby, Charles Arnoldi, Joe Barnes, John Beech, Edith Baumann, Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi, Max Cole, Constance DeJong, James Howell, Bill Jacobson, William Metcalf, Ed Moses, Pard Morrison, Elliot Norquist, Michael Post, Winston Roeth, Johnnie Winona Ross, Michael Rouillard, Paul Sarkisian, Regine Schumann, David Simpson, Phil Sims, Heiner Thiel, Jeremy Thomas, Clark Walding, Joan Watts, and Peter Weber.
Whether visiting in person or via our website, collectors and art professionals are often astounded by the wide variety of possibilities for dealing with the subject of color. The common denominator in these widely differing styles and materials is the high quality that is apparent in all of the gallery’s offerings. Work by these established artists resides in private and public collections throughout the world, including the Whitney, Albright Knox, MoMA New York , J. Paul Getty, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, and famous collections such as the Panza di Biumo Collection in Milan.