For Immediate Release

New Works by Stephanie Taylor and Lovemad by Jesse Vasquez

SACRAMENTO, CA – June 10, 2018 Archival Gallery is exhibiting New Works of sculpture by Stephanie Taylor and Lovemad, photography, by Jesse Vasquez. Exhibition runs July 10 – 31. Join us for a Second Saturday reception on July 14 at 6PM featuring complimentary refreshments and an opportunity to meet the artists.

Stephanie Taylor chooses materials that are most suited to interpret the meaning of a place, from paint, steel, and cement to words. She has been creating site-specific installations and paintings for 40 years, including over forty publicly placed mural and sculpture projects in the Sacramento region. Her work is in private and corporate collections from coast to coast, and in Kyoto and Paris. Taylor is also a freelance contributor to the Sacramento Bee.

Jesse Vasquez is a Sacramento based artist and photographer. He began his career while attending Sacramento City College, photographing local bands and venues. After being given an assignment to create “painting with light” his work and style expanded and he developed a signature technique which focuses on the human form as elemental expression.

Archival Gallery, in Sacramento since 1983, presents contemporary Northern California figurative works and fine art framing services. Managed by D. Oldham Neath, the gallery exhibit rotates monthly. Visit for more information.

Archival Gallery is located at 3223 Folsom Boulevard in Sacramento and is open Tuesday – Saturday from 11AM-4PM and for special events.

Approved media images (right click and choose save-as):

Taylor: Crow Group1, Group2, Group3, Group4

Vasquez: LM02, LM12

Web samples:


Heath Buckmaster
Marketing Director
Archival Gallery
(916) 923-6204