THOMAS INGERICK/BRIDGE GALLERY provides art buyers with an aesthetic bridge linking American modern art to Southwestern/American Indian cultural elements. The gallery offers both novice and seasoned collectors the opportunity to build an authentic, cohesive and enduring art collection within a single gallery vision.
For more than 26 years, gallery owners Thomas and Louise Ingerick have garnered a noteworthy reputation as respected and knowledgeable art dealers. In 1983 they moved to Aspen and bought Colorado's first Squash Blossom Gallery, established in 1972. Eventually they sold their ownership to the Vail Squash Blossom chain and went on to establish Thomas Ingerick Gallery of Aspen, one of Aspen's premier and most recognizable modern art galleries.
In 2006, the Ingericks opened Thomas Ingerick/ Bridge Gallery on Marshall Way in Scottsdale, Arizona, and in 2008, relocated the gallery to Carefree, Arizona, a town renowned for its art, unique boulder formations and unspoiled desert landscape.
During their storied career, the Ingericks have represented such notable artists as:
John Henry, Robert Willson, H. Joe Waldrum, Garo Antreasian, Charles Loloma, Nora Naranjo Morse, Francis Whitaker, Lincoln Seitzman, Rhonda Holy Bear, Russell Sanchez, Leroy Archuleta, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Richard Chavez, Bob Haozous, Woody Gwynn, Bill Prokopiof, among others.
The Ingericks are also respected for their experience with blue-chip resale art, including works by:
Fritz Scholder, TC Cannon, Allan Houser, Paul Pletka, James Havard, Felipe Archuleta, Maria Martinez, Margaret Tafoya, Dan Namingha, etc.
Thomas Ingerick/Bridge Gallery is confident in the exceptional quality of the art represented and each piece is professionally selected for its uniqueness, creative appeal and value.
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