The economic downturn spelled the end of many galleries nationwide, but Robin Knowlton, pictured, said: “I’m not walking away because I’m in financial trouble or I don’t like the gallery. ... I really think it’s the best career I could have ever entered, and I hope to stay in the art business in some shape or form.”
The economic downturn spelled the end of many galleries nationwide, but Robin Knowlton, pictured, said: “I’m not walking away because I’m in financial trouble or I don’t like the gallery. ... I really think it’s the best career I could have ever entered, and I hope to stay in the art business in some shape or form.” Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
The economic downturn spelled the end of many galleries nationwide, but Robin Knowlton, pictured, said: “I’m not walking away because I’m in financial trouble or I don’t like the gallery. ... I really think it’s the best career I could have ever entered, and I hope to stay in the art business in some shape or form.” Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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Lodi’s Knowlton Gallery will close in mid-January

November 17, 2014 4:00 AM

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