Erickson Fine Art Gallery

 

was established in San Francisco in 1983 by Sandy Erickson.  The gallery participates in art shows throughout the United States, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and San Francisco.  Directed by Sandy and co-owner Danielle Elins, Erickson Fine Art Gallery is now located in the Northern Bay Area, in Healdsburg, California.   The gallery continues to showcase contemporary paintings, sculpture and mixed media works by local and internationally known artists, with an emphasis on artists from Northern California.

 

Located in a historical, Palladio style building on Healdsburg Avenue, the gallery has three stories of light filled rooms, showcasing the gallery's broad palette of talent from landscapes and figurative to abstract work.  The print room contains files filled with signed and numbered limited edition prints.  The sculpture garden has works made of steel, granite, wood, stainless steel and aluminum.  Mobiles hang from the two story ceiling, and kinetic works by Jerome Kirk are displayed throughout.

Environmental & Community Commitment

 

Erickson Fine Art Gallery commits to joining the Paris Climate Agreement by reducing our carbon emissions by 50% by 2030, and becoming net - zero by 2035.  Using the Gallery Climate Commission as a guide, we are creatively problem solving to have a smaller environmental footprint.  Reviewing and altering our methods of art  transportation, reduce/reuse/recycling/ using eco-conscious packaging, and participating in exhibitions that highlight environmental and human rights issues, ie; Extraction: Art At the Edge of the Abyss.

We work with and support local grass root organizations that help support our local Healdsburg community and greater Sonoma County, such as  Corazon Healdsburg, Food to Pantry, Alexander Valley Film Society, and Landpaths.

Wolpert-Coral Oak, oil on canvas, 48 x 72".jpg

Coral Oak, Adam Wolpert