Located on East Palace Avenue two blocks from the Santa Fe plaza, Ellsworth Gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and works on paper from around the world, as well as museum quality Japanese antiques. Our mission is to provide the collector with carefully curated works of international stature along with a deep knowledge of the arts and the current art markets. With many one and two artist shows, as well as periodic group shows and installations, Ellsworth Gallery emphasizes pioneering artists whose work combines distinctive vision with rigorous technique.
Barry EllsworthGallery Owner
Born and raised in New York City, Barry Ellsworth holds a BFA with honors in Studio Art from Brown University. A specialist in the arts of the Samurai, he founded Shakudo Fine Arts in Paris, France. He is the owner of Ellsworth Gallery in Santa Fe, NM, which combines museum quality Japanese antiques with contemporary painting, photography, and sculpture from around the world. Ellsworth is a member of the Japanese Armor Society, Western Branch, and a past president and board member of the Santa Fe Gallery Association.
Alan DayDirector of Sales
Alan was born and raised in Oxford, England, and holds a degree in sales and marketing from Oxford University. Resident in Santa Fe since 1995, Alan has been helping place art with clients for over two decades. He has owned four of his own galleries in Santa Fe, specializing in abstract art. Alan loves to share his twenty three years of passion for the arts and creativity with artists, collectors and the general public.
Connor OngRegistrar & Director of Digital Content
Born in the East Bay, CA and raised in Seattle, WA, Connor studied at Hampshire College where he received his BA with a focus in creative writing and psychoanalysis. Since graduating in 2016, he has gathered a varied work experience, from working for non-profit arts organizations to working in corporate environments. He hopes to go back to school to get a library science degree and pursue a career in archival-driven work. His creative practices and interests include writing fiction and poetry, film, and music.