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11 East Anapamu Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
tel: (805) 730-1460 
fax: (805) 730-1462
sales@sullivangoss.com

10:00 AM - 5:30 PM Daily

Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery is located in the heart of Santa Barbara's Historic Arts District, across the street from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, around the corner from the Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts, a block from the home of the Santa Barbara Symphony at the Arlington Theater and within walking distance of many other galleries, libraries and art venues.

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The Team

Nathan Vonk

Nathan is the owner of Sullivan Goss. He also serves on the Board of the Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative. He provides guidance, helps with various social media and advertising initiatives and sells. He is available Tuesday - Saturday and by appointment.


Jeremy Tessmer 

Jeremy is the Gallery Director at Sullivan Goss. He is also the curator of nineteenth and twentieth century American art. He designs most of the gallery’s installations in addition to the gallery’s advertising and publications. He is available Thursday - Monday and by appointment.

Susan Bush

Susan is the Contemporary Curator at Sullivan Goss. In addition, Susan helps with company bookkeeping, human resources, and general administration. She is available Sunday - Thursday and by appointment.

Internships

Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery American Artist Monograph Project sought to enrich scholarship for modern American artists by providing art history students and other qualified individuals with an opportunity to do new research on artists the gallery selected. Interns got a taste of the gallery experience and a chance to publish monographs on artists active between 1913 and 1955. For the right people, the internship with Sullivan Goss provided an opportunity to study works of art first hand as well as to conduct informal interviews wih other galleries, institutions, and historically significant individuals.

The American Artist Monograph Project provided interns with the research tools, techniques, and guidance to successfully publish a monograph. Candidates who completed the program got:

Experience in a gallery setting
Publication credit for a modern artist monograph
New tools for art historical research
Possible college credit

For more information, please contact Nathan Vonk.

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