Clifton Albergotti joins Stellar Somerset Gallery's panel of artists
    Stellar Somerset Gallery offers painting, sculpture and photography in a sophisticated setting for contemporary art just off University Avenue in Palo Alto. James Stellar and Jody Somerset have now invited Clifton Albergotti to join their select group of represented artists. The gallery may be reached at 539 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301, by telephone at (650) 328-6688 or on their website.
Living Green, the unique San Francisco design firm, is now featuring the photographs of Clifton Albergotti
    Living Green specializes in combining unusual tropical plant material, rocks, lighting, and art to create a unique “interiorscape.“ The exceptional design work of this firm has been featured in Architectural Digest and Sunset magazine. It is located behind The Galleria at the San Francisco Design Center at 150-C 15th Street. They can be reached through their website or by telephone 415-864-2251.
Clifton Albergotti is also one of the artists represented by Sara Terrell Interior Design of San Francisco
    By incorporating the magical works of Clifton Albergotti, Ms. Sara Terrell, a member of A.S.I.D., brings fresh perspectives to the residential interiors of her clients. Representing several artists, the scope of Ms. Terrell’s work spans interior design and furniture design, as well as landscape and garden design. For more information, please call 415-867-4309 or email your inquiries to

July 17, 2005 through August 27, 2005
    Clifton Albergotti’s color scroll, “Ocean Kelp”, was selected for the 22nd Annual National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper of the Berkeley Art Center. Jurors for the show were Karin Breuer (Curator of Contemporary Graphic Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) and Donald S. Farnsworth (artist and Director of Magnolia Editions, Oakland, CA). The center presents exhibitions with a national reputation and produces publications such as art catalogs and limited-edition portfolios. The center’s activities are described on its website.

March 4, 2005 through April 22, 2005
    Landscapes of Desire was the enigmatic title of the group show at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, CO. The show contained three of Clifton Albergotti’s photographs: “Exotic Landscape,” “Where the Road Ends,” and “Secrets of the Cave.” The latter was singled out for a “Director’s Recognition” award. About 30 different artists were represented in this show. For more details see the Center’s website.



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