Denver's Robert Anderson Photography Gallery features unique photography by national, regional and local photographers. The gallery has access to modern, contemporary photography along with some vintage photography.
Santa Rick Rosenthal
Santa Doug Eberhart
Santa James Nuckles
Santa Woodrow Wilson Smith
Denver Public High School Juried Exhibition
New Exhibition Opening Jan 2, 2019
This exhibition will feature a body of work with unique black and white Native American photographs by Ron Cooper. These striking photographs depict Native Americans in their historic dress. The exhibit also features the colorful and dynamic photography of Howard Harris. Howard's photographs are in galleries in New York City and Santa Fe and have recently been featured in exhibits at the Vatican and in Vienna. The gallery is proud to show Nicole Korbe's beautiful, subtle, multi-colored oil/wax paintings which provide a peaceful and distinct body of excellent artistic work to view.
The Robert Anderson Gallery is proud to exhibit the innovative layered sculptural work of Ana Maria Botero. Ana's sculptures have unbelievable three-dimensionality. The detailed and richly colored butterfly wing photographs of Lauri R. Dunn along with some selected black and white photographs provide a visually pleasing treat. Patti Barry Levy's photographic photomontages are artfully constructed, thematic and exceptional fine art.
Opening Night Robert Anderson Gallery
Please join us from 5-9 pm Friday, June 8, 2018 to view some outstanding, unique photography and art.
iPhonography by Karen Divine
The Radiance of Ordinary Things
The Robert Anderson Gallery is proud to present William Reiquam's "The Radiance of Ordinary Things" from January 9 through February 28, 2015.
William Reiquam, MD, a retired pathologist/pediatrician, has been creating unique photographic images for more than eight decades. This show of William Reiquam’s work contains photographic images taken over a 60 year span including representational, abstract, color and black and white work. Reiquam is especially adept at finding arresting images within the context of day-to-day life. William's eclectic body of work has been exhibited in individual shows, in group shows at prominent galleries (e.g., Camera Obscura) and is on permanent display at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Most recently, William Reiquam's photographs were featured in a single person, three-month exhibition at the central Denver Public Library. This nonagenarian photographer continues to create striking photographs that have become more abstract in recent years.
Cowboys and Sand Dunes
Showing color photographs by Jack Brauer, Geoff Winningham, Brian Lav, Pamela Mougin, Richard Mahnke, Wayne Sorce, and John Weil.
Benedict J. Fernandez
Benedict J. Fernandez
Off The Beaten Path
Barbara Mensch: New York Photographs
Mirrors and Reflections
More than 50 photographic images, all containing a mirror or reflection
Reed Bontecou: Civil War Portraiture
Masterpieces of Civil War Portraiture
Dean Brown and Carleton Watkins
Anderson Gallery Exhibition
Geoff Winningham, Texas in the 1970's
Suzanne Opton, Vermonters
The Robert Anderson Gallery will be showing more than 50 Denver After Dark photographs from 8 November, 2013 through 11 January 2014. These images were obtained over a 25 year period.