The High Sierra: Two Views from October 1 – November 17 at The Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite Tom Killion’s High Sierra work will be displayed, along with Sally Owens, in the storied Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite Village. Tom Killion will be at the gallery for an artists’ Reception the afternoon of October 20th. Showcased will be […]


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Half Dome, Olmsted Point – Yosemite Special Edition Photograph has been re-released It has been many years since this photograph, part of the Yosemite Special Edition Photograph series has been available. Half Dome, Olmsted Point was photographed by Ansel Adams in 1959. We are pleased to be able to re-introduce this stately photograph back into […]

Lake of the Shining Rocks, III 100

Exhibit runs from August 20th - September 30th (Reception September 13th, from 3-5 PM) at The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park. Like the voice of a singer, a visual artist has her own signature style.  I am an “alto” in the choir of painters I know.  My work has evolved from 48 years of painting outdoors […]


The Unique Opportunity for August 2012 The gallery has maintained a dedication to celebrating the arts ever since its humble beginnings in a tent cabin in 1902, and we aim to continue this tradition with programs like the one presented here. Images are selected for their aesthetic and dramatic impact by the artist and gallery […]


Our 2013 Workshop schedule is now completely open for registration. Check out the classes for the second half of next year at Photography Workshops. Improve your photography skills by learning from the Masters such as Alan Ross, Charles Cramer, Kerik Koukls, Mark Citret and Michael Frye.


A Unique Opportunity of Fine Art Photography – John Sexton

by by Evan Russel, Curator – The Ansel Adams Gallery July 16, 2012

The Unique Offer In 1980, Jeanne Falk Adams invited John Sexton to exhibit at The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite Valley, becoming the only photographer – besides Ansel – to be so honored at that time.  This relationship between John and The Gallery has continued unabated during the 30 years since that first solo show.   […]


Ansel Adams made this image with a medium format camera around 1967 in late spring or early summer when heavy snow still swathed the granite peaks of the Cathedral Range south of Tuolomne Meadows. The billowing thunderclouds piled high above the peak are atypical so early in the year and indicate the photograph was taken […]


High Sierra Loop

by Keith Walklet June 29, 2012 – reprinted from July 18, 2007

With over 800 miles of trails to choose from in the park, there is one fifty mile loop that holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Yosemite ‘s devoted. It is a route that gives an up close and personal view of the mountains that John Muir dubbed “The Range of Light.”


Ansel Adams made this image with a 3 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ Zeiss Jewel view camera. Precisely when he made the image is debatable; some evidence points to 1943, but it may have been on a pack trip in September 1938 with Georgia O’Keeffe and David McAlpin.