Sullivan Goss art gallery: where Los Angeles and San Francisco meet to explore, discuss, and collect American art.
Established in 1984, Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery has represented the work of American artists for 35 years. The contributions of these artists, from the 19th century to the 21st century, can be found in their expansive galleries in downtown Santa Barbara, California. With an inventory of over 3,000 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.
Sullivan Goss offers approximately twenty exhibitions each year, including solo shows for contemporary and historic artists as well as curated thematic exhibitions. Through its research efforts, Sullivan Goss is also involved with scholarship and research for American artists. Their gallery's website is one of the internet's best sites for information about American art from 1850 to today. They also have an active publication program.
Known internationally for his knowledge of American art and his extreme devotion to forwarding the reputations of California artists, founder Frank Goss spent decades at the center of the Santa Barbara art scene advancing the careers of many fine artists. While representing such contemporary giants as Hank Pitcher, John Nava, Nicole Strasburg, Meredith Brooks Abbott, and Angela Perko, Goss has cultivated a growing market for the work of a roster of historically important figures such as Anya Fisher, Lockwood de Forest, Colin Campbell Cooper, Leon Dabo, Nell Brooker Mayhew, and others.