Visit Ryan Gallery this summer to see prints created in the darkroom by internationally recognized artists and learn more about their processes.
Add a piece to your collection by stopping in during our regular business hours of 10am – 6pm, Tuesday – Saturday, or by making an appointment at email@example.com.
Photographer Randy Efros has spent over 40 years mastering the crafts of shooting large-format film and darkroom printing. His eclectic work varies from unique views of beautiful vintage vehicles to breathtaking landscapes from his travels around the world. Now showing for the first time in Ryan Gallery are an assortment of his West Coast-style gelatin silver images.
William W. Fuller
After completing his 35-year project, The City, and first monograph by the same name, Fuller shows us a different side of city life with formalist views of city architecture like you’ve never seen from around the country. Fuller’s city project is now on view and available for purchase, along with his book and special edition portfolios, found below.
Scott T. Baxter Arizona photographer Scott T. Baxter spent twelve years photographing the American cowboy, and more specifically, Arizona ranchers and their families. Baxter captures his subjects and their environments on film and prints in gelatin silver, platinum and palladium, photogravure, and digital media. Visit Ryan Gallery to see his darkroom prints from Gathering the Remnants and the Top Hand project, and for a signed copy of the 100 Years 100 Ranchers book.
SPECIAL EDITIONS AND PORTFOLIOS
Ryan Gallery offers collectors and connoisseurs of fine art photography images by exceptional 20th and 21st century fine art photographers. Their handcrafted works present the unique quality found in prints created using traditional and alternative darkroom techniques.