The Henry Koffler Art Team
It may not take a village, but it does take a team.
Founder and Artist
Henry's art is the vision that propels the work. Without his fierce dedication and focus (as with everything in his life), this beautiful art would not have been here for the world to enjoy.
It starts with many, many paintings. Then begins the exhaustive process of painstakingly selecting each painting for the next show, until finally the selections are made for each show.
That focus and attention to detail continue throughout the entire process, working with Kathleen on mattes, specifying print sizes, carefully inspecting each print to make sure it's up to his high standards, signing and numbering each piece, and finally working with Kathleen on the layout and supervising the hanging of the pieces for the shows. It's a tremendous undertaking at any age, let alone someone in his 90s.
Learn more about Henry's art and his professional bio.
With decades of experience in writing and editing, Kathleen brings her writing and design skills and eagle eye for detail to the business. After Henry has made his preliminary selections, they work through each painting, discussing the total effect of the show, and the best representations of the growth of his craft as well as the beauty of each piece. Then begins the process of editing the files for printing and creating the digital mats that complement each painting.
Once the edits are completed and Henry has approved each painting, Kathleen coordinates printing with David Huber, Director of the University of Arizona's School of Art Digital Print Studio. Kathleen then updates the website to include the new art, creates the marketing materials for each show, maintains the invitation lists for the openings, manages the Henry Koffler Art Facebook page, maintains the database for the new pieces, and manages sales and delivery.
Special thanks to...
Last but not least!
Special thanks to the gallery staff who do so much to make our shows a success. We truly couldn't do it without you and thank you for supporting art in our community!
- Barbara Fenig, Tucson Jewish Community Center
- Molly Gilbert, Tech Parks Arizona
- Patricia Kucharski Clay, Mesch, Clark & Rothschild
- Darlene Buhrow, Ventana Medical Systems
- Pat Deely, Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA)