Entries by The Ansel Adams Gallery

Tom Mallonee

Tom Mallonee has often pursued photographic subjects which stray from the conventional notions of western landscape photography, yet still embrace decisive composition and exquisite printing technique. For nearly thirty years Tom has pursued his photographic passions. During this time he began photographing the “apparitions” of the western landscape.

James McGrew

James frequently visited Yosemite National Park since he was just 4 months old and today its his primary subject and inspiration. James paints en plein air and later orchestrates his field studies with photography and strong visual memory to create his refined studio paintings. Such works often tell stories or serve as complex metaphors.

William Neill

William Neill has been photographing continuously in his backyard of Yosemite National Park since 1977. In the early 1980s, he served as staff photographer at The Ansel Adams Gallery, where he was introduced to the work of Ansel Adams and other fine art photographers. The natural environment and spirit of Yosemite remains the constant inspiration for Neill. He pays special attention to the intimate detail and design of nature. His elegant color photographs celebrate the magic of our natural world.

Ted Orland

Ted Orland first visited Yosemite in 1966 as a student in Ansel Adams’ Summer Photography workshop, and in the early 1970’s became assistant to Ansel Adams and printer of Adams’ Yosemite Special Edition Prints. He taught at the annual Ansel Adams Yosemite Workshop fifteen times, and continues to visit the Park frequently.

Modern Replicas

Our beautiful Modern Replicas are made using the very latest digital technologies to produce the finest reproduction. Each one is individually produced and inspected, assembled using museum quality materials, and designed to provide a most elegant presentation.

Penny Otwell

Penny Otwell has been both a participant and witness of Yosemite, the product of a long-term and candid relationship with the Sierra, and evidenced by her inclusion in the recent book, Art of the National Parks, published through The University of New Mexico Press.

Sally Owens

Sally Owens, a longtime park resident and winner of regional, state & national awards, is best known for her subtle & detailed portrayals of natural “found objects” such as leaves, feathers and branches, meticulously rendered in watercolor.