Exceptional art on display
Our gallery showcases some of the area finest professional artists. Come see how they have captured the beauty of the Santa Fe.
All of the artwork in the gallery is for sale and features regional art created by local artists. Come and visit us during one of our art openings or stop by daily as we're continuously getting in new artwork. Our gallery features watercolors, oil and acrylic paintings, ceramics, drawings, photography, sculpture, woodwork, jewelry & tie-dyed T-shirts.
J. R. Harding
Testing his Abilities has always been a driving force for this two-time quadriplegic (1983 and 1998). As a five-star author (Now What? & ADA Adventure), Speaker and Advocate he has served in both Presidential and Gubernatorial capacities to remove barriers and to create opportunities for individuals with disabilities; he knows no limitations. With a three-plus-decade track record of shaping public policy at the federal, state and local levels, he is recognized as a disability subject matter expert. As both a full-time faculty member at Florida State University College of Business and a private consultant, he is constantly on the move. Through adaptive recreation he loves exploring the possibilities of life and through technology he is able to explore the outdoors with photography
Gordon Palmer has been a quadriplegic for more than 40 years, worked for the state of Florida as an attorney for almost 30 years, and is a Florida native. He enjoys volunteering and supporting the disabled community through such groups as Florida Disabled Outdoor Association. He channels his passion of his youth enjoying the Florida outdoors and all its activities through his photography of Florida's natural environment.
Max Lee, is president of Koogler and Associates a registered professional engineer in the state of Florida with experience in the field of compliance with accessibility standards for building design, including the requirements under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Lee trained as a photographer in his youth with Brian Rogers in Atlanta, GA. Later in life he had the unique experience of personal training with Martine Franck, photographer and wife of Henri Cartier Bresson. He carries on the tradition of the photography of his youth through drone technology.
Opening reception for
The Wheelchair Highwaymen - Photography by:
[JR Harding, Gordon Palmer, and Max Lee]
Bringing nature back into the lives of persons with disabilities through technology.