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Gallery owner Ann Korologos has been a government leader, nonprofit executive, and business professional, serving as U.S. Secretary of Labor under President Reagan and on the boards of directors of numerous Fortune 500 corporations.

Presented by May 1, 2016 Published in the Summer 2016 issue of Aspen Sojourner

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Ann Korologos

 She also has been an avid art collector for decades, and is the current board of trustees chair of Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village. 

She brings her passion and discerning eye to each work offered, aspiring to make the gallery a destination for art lovers and a community gathering place for anyone seeking cultural enrichment. Korologos believes the art market in the Aspen area is very strong and that collectors are interested in a wide variety of styles.

“It’s not unusual to find a traditional still life by Sarah Lamb alongside a nature abstraction by Michael Kessler; copperplate etchings by Joel Ostlind and macro-photography by Gayle Waterman, all in the same home,” says Korologos. “We are proud to represent more than 30 exceptional artists, many of whom are living and working in the Roaring Fork Valley.”

Ann Korologos Gallery
211 Midland Avenue, Basalt