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Branner Spangenberg Gallery

Branner Spangenberg Gallery

Davis - United States

Presentation
Welcome to Branner Spangenberg Gallery.

Since it’s brick and mortar opening in Palo Alto in 1988, the Branner Spangenberg gallery has showcased a selection of established and emerging artists from Northern California, several of whom have gone on to achieve thriving art careers.

Today, the renowned gallery has redefined itself as an immersive, online exhibition space, straddling the ever-evolving intersection of high technology and fine art. Here, viewers from different time zones and locales can stroll through the spacious, light-filled halls to view art and
meet the artists. Many of the professionally curated exhibits include filmed interviews with artists, conveying the inspiration and intentions behind their work.

“The virtual online experience allows me to place the artists I represent in front of an even wider audience of art lovers. Visitors to the site can view the artwork from all angles and distances. And, they can linger and return as often as they want, the doors to this gallery never close.”

— Martha Branner

History

The renowned brick and mortar Branner Spangenberg gallery first opened its doors in Palo Alto in 1988. The gallery showcased the work of primarily Northern California artists, several of whom have gone on to achieve success in the larger art world.

Martha Branner and Stefani Spangenberg (now Esta) who ran the gallery and are artists themselves, were especially interested in showcasing new talent. “We wanted to find and
nurture up-and-coming artists, to make sure their work was getting in front of people who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to see it,” explains Branner.

Although the Palo Alto gallery closed its doors in 1992 — several years after she had moved from the area — Branner continued to represent the artists she was passionate about. In 2014, Branner was invited to join “Project 275,”a newly formed artist’s collective in Redwood City. She folded a physical exhibition space into her studio area so she could continue to showcase the work of artists she was representing. She also launched a website to market those artists. In 2018, Branner closed her gallery and studio in Redwood City and began working with the web design firm Elev 8 Valley. Their collaboration resulted in a compelling, virtual exhibition site that puts her artists in front of an even wider audience.
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  • 607 Villanova Dr
    95616, davis
    United States


Colleen Sullivan, Stories 1, Print

Colleen Sullivan

Stories 1, 2014
30 x 22 inch
Print

$ 2,300

Colleen Sullivan, Confusion Over Change / 1, Drawing

Colleen Sullivan

Confusion Over Change / 1, 2017
24 x 18 inch
Drawing

$ 1,200

James Cooper, Broccoli Field, Photography

James Cooper

Broccoli Field, 2008
24 x 34 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

Robin McCloskey, Arbol Familiar #5, Print

Robin McCloskey

Arbol Familiar #5, 2009
26 x 21 inch
Print

$ 900

William (Bill) Iaculla, Rain Forest Series, Print

William (Bill) Iaculla

Rain Forest Series, 2012
24.5 x 35.5 x 0.5 inch
Print

$ 2,200

Jeff Brown, Come On In - The Water's Fine, Painting

Jeff Brown

Come On In - The Water's Fine, 2013
30 x 40 x 2.75 inch
Painting

$ 2,950

Gary Tolomei, The “Potsie” Conspiracy, Painting

Gary Tolomei

The “Potsie” Conspiracy, 1999
51 x 81 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 10,000

Peter Foley, Memento: vestige #12, Painting

Peter Foley

Memento: vestige #12, 2020
72 x 78 x 1.5 inch
Painting

$ 13,000

Anna Rotty, Escape, Photography

Anna Rotty

Escape, 2011
24 x 36 inch
Photography

$ 1,300

Kalani Engles, Hearts Winged Flower, Painting

Kalani Engles

Hearts Winged Flower, 2008
50 x 61 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 12,000

William (Bill) Iaculla, Round 3 women lying together, Sculpture

William (Bill) Iaculla

Round 3 women lying together, 2015
48 x 216 x 216 inch
Sculpture

$ 2,200

Jan Karlton, Fragments, Painting

Jan Karlton

Fragments, 1995
24 x 30 x 0.5 inch
Painting

$ 2,200

Willow Banks, Waves Before The Storm, Painting

Willow Banks

Waves Before The Storm, 2018
20 x 20 inch
Painting

$ 1,200

Willow Banks, Mechanical Gesture, Print

Willow Banks

Mechanical Gesture, 2018
20 x 16 inch
Print

$ 825

Hanna Quevendo, Grand Canyon I, Photography

Hanna Quevendo

Grand Canyon I, 2013
13 x 19 inch
Photography

$ 800

Jan Karlton, Untitled13 (cat&dog), Print

Jan Karlton

Untitled13 (cat&dog), 1988
16 x 20 inch
Print

$ 650

Jan Karlton, Goya and the Artist in Hell, Drawing

Jan Karlton

Goya and the Artist in Hell, 1987
18 x 24 inch
Drawing

$ 550

Eric Roberts, Life On Mars, Painting

Eric Roberts

Life On Mars, 2019
24 x 18 inch
Painting

$ 1,300

Kalani Engles, Ocean Music III, Print

Kalani Engles

Ocean Music III, 2018
30 x 22 inch
Print

$ 3,000

Steve Kiser, Death Valley #1, Photography

Steve Kiser

Death Valley #1, 1979
5.75 x 5.75 inch
Photography

$ 800

Jim Lee, Night IV, Drawing

Jim Lee

Night IV, 2006
17 x 14 inch
Drawing

$ 325

Jim Lee, Through the Willows, Painting

Jim Lee

Through the Willows, 2009
28 x 20 x 1 inch
Painting

$ 500

Chris Kidd, Becky, Painting

Chris Kidd

Becky, 2012
12 x 8.5 inch
Painting

$ 400

Chris Kidd, Rain In My Mind, Print

Chris Kidd

Rain In My Mind, 2015
10 x 8 inch
Print

$ 150

George Woodward, Dance for L. K., Print

George Woodward

Dance for L. K., 2012
22 x 30 inch
Print

$ 4,000

Robin Mullery, Nest #62, Photography

Robin Mullery

Nest #62, 2017
30 x 30 x 1.5 inch
Photography

$ 600

Robin Mullery, The Fault Line of Feeling, Sculpture

Robin Mullery

The Fault Line of Feeling, 2018
40 x 30 x 1.5 inch
Sculpture

$ 2,900

Elizabeth Noerdlinger, Water Dream, Painting

Elizabeth Noerdlinger

Water Dream, 2019
20 x 16 inch
Painting

$ 800

Colleen Sullivan, Stories 3, Print

Colleen Sullivan

Stories 3, 2014
30 x 22 inch
Print

$ 2,300

Colleen Sullivan, Stories 2, Print

Colleen Sullivan

Stories 2, 2014
30 x 22 inch
Print

$ 2,300

Jeff Brown, Leger and Haring, Painting

Jeff Brown

Leger and Haring, 2009
24 x 30 x 1 inch
Painting

$ 1,950

James Cooper, Rice Silo, Photography

James Cooper

Rice Silo, 2016
34 x 26 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, River Road Window, Photography

James Cooper

River Road Window, 2007
24 x 34 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, Kelly’s Field, Photography

James Cooper

Kelly’s Field, 1975
24 x 34 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, Jepson, Photography

James Cooper

Jepson, 1975
34 x 24 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, Tree, Photography

James Cooper

Tree, 2007
30 x 30 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, Snowy Plover, Photography

James Cooper

Snowy Plover, 2007
24 x 34 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

James Cooper, River Road Field, Photography

James Cooper

River Road Field, 2007
30 x 30 inch
Photography

$ 2,250

Peter Foley, Memento: vestige #4, Painting

Peter Foley

Memento: vestige #4, 2020
72 x 78 x 1.5 inch
Painting

$ 13,000

William (Bill) Iaculla, Cat, Sculpture

William (Bill) Iaculla

Cat, 2012
19 x 12 x 12 inch
Sculpture

$ 820

William (Bill) Iaculla, Male upright dancing in flight, Sculpture

William (Bill) Iaculla

Male upright dancing in flight, 2009
11 x 11 x 11 inch
Sculpture

$ 3,100

William (Bill) Iaculla, Untitled, Print

William (Bill) Iaculla

Untitled, 2017
23 x 38.125 x 1.125 inch
Print

$ 2,200

William (Bill) Iaculla, Eden Burning Series, Print

William (Bill) Iaculla

Eden Burning Series, 2015
19.25 x 25.25 x 1.125 inch
Print

$ 1,650

Jeff Brown, The Lost Weekend, Painting

Jeff Brown

The Lost Weekend, 2020
11.8 x 9.4 x 0.3 inch
Painting

$ 2,950

Jeff Brown, A Garden of Delights, Painting

Jeff Brown

A Garden of Delights, 2013
30 x 40 x 2.75 inch
Painting

$ 2,950

Jeff Brown, Who Let The Dogs Out, Painting

Jeff Brown

Who Let The Dogs Out, 2016
30 x 40 x 2.75 inch
Painting

$ 2,950

Jeff Brown, Medicine, Painting

Jeff Brown

Medicine, 2010
30 x 40 x 2.75 inch
Painting

$ 2,950

Robin McCloskey, Baylands IV, Print

Robin McCloskey

Baylands IV, 2007
37 x 20 inch
Print

$ 1,750

Robin McCloskey, San Gregorio #2, Print

Robin McCloskey

San Gregorio #2, 2012
22 x 21 inch
Print

$ 600

Jan Karlton, Untitled 23 - Night Dogs, Painting

Jan Karlton

Untitled 23 - Night Dogs, 1983
24 x 30 x 0.5 inch
Painting

$ 2,200

Jan Karlton, Untitled 2, Painting

Jan Karlton

Untitled 2, 1995
24 x 30 x 0.5 inch
Painting

$ 2,200

Jan Karlton, Untitled 1, Painting

Jan Karlton

Untitled 1, 1995
24 x 30 x 0.5 inch
Painting

$ 2,200

Jan Karlton, House in the Valley, Painting

Jan Karlton

House in the Valley, 1995
24 x 30 x 0.5 inch
Painting

$ 2,200

Hanna Quevendo, Where I first met you, Photography

Hanna Quevendo

Where I first met you, 2012
13 x 19 inch
Photography

$ 800

Hanna Quevendo, Taj Mahal, Photography

Hanna Quevendo

Taj Mahal, 2012
13 x 19 inch
Photography

$ 800

Hanna Quevendo, San Francisco Bay Bridge, Photography

Hanna Quevendo

San Francisco Bay Bridge, 2013
13 x 19 inch
Photography

$ 800

Eric Roberts, Mars 3, Painting

Eric Roberts

Mars 3, 2020
24 x 18 inch
Painting

$ 1,300

Gary Tolomei, Single Girl, Married Girl (for Sigmar), Painting

Gary Tolomei

Single Girl, Married Girl (for Sigmar), 2010
34 x 72 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 10,000

Gary Tolomei, Angel of the Future, Painting

Gary Tolomei

Angel of the Future, 2001
72 x 96 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 12,500

Gary Tolomei, Bella Fortuna, Painting

Gary Tolomei

Bella Fortuna, 2009
42 x 72 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 10,000

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