Lasting Impression - Private art dealer settles for only the best. 
Never underestimate the power of art.

Private art dealer settles for only the best.
Never underestimate the power of art.

Fine art dealer and consultant Taba Dale understands how a work of art can change a room, reflect a personality, lift a mood and infuse incalculable beauty in a living or work space.

Her decades of experience and impeccable reputation have earned her prestigious clientele from Arizona to New York and Washington, D.C.

“Art is my core passion. It’s like oxygen to me, and I can’t live without it,” said Dale, a private art dealer who handles contemporary, blue chip and secondary market works.

“I show Wolf Kahn, Herb Jackson and John Van Alstine exclusively in Arizona — all top-tier, living artists who have extensive museum representation.”

“I take a very consultative approach, visit your space or work from architectural plans, and use my vast network to find works that meet your criteria,” said Dale.

She also provides in-home consulting services to improve the arrangement of existing collections and offer ideas to enhance the beauty of a home or office.

Dale will evaluate a work’s need for restoration, provide museum-conservation framing with the finest materials and craftsmanship, and oversee framing and installation. She also will offer advice about cataloging collections for insurance or legacy purposes.

Her considerable contacts give her unique access to the New York art world. Upon request, she will accompany clients on private art tours where they will be invited into the inner sanctum of the most revered g.alleries and be treated like royalty. To reach Taba Dale, call 480-219-0280

TABA Inc. Chosen to Lead Corcoran Gallery Tour to Santa Fe

We are very proud to have been chosen by the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. to lead a tour to Santa Fe in October, 2006. The fabulous itinerary included:

  • A Margarita Reception with guest speaker Robert Ewing, Director Emeritus of The Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Guided walking tour of the downtown historic district with historian Alan Jordan.
  • Tour of the Museum of Fine Arts with Chief Curator Tim Rodgers.
  • Welcome at O’Keefe Museum by Director George King and tour with Curator Barbara Lynes Buhler with special visit to The Research Center.
  • Gallery talks at Riva Yares Gallery, The Niman Gallery and the Gerald Peters Gallery.
  • Visit to the School of American Research with Curator-led tour
  • Visits to Nedra Mateucci Gallery and Museum Hill
  • Visit to SITE Santa Fe and tour with Director of Education Juliet Myers
  • Tour of Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch
  • Receptions at Private Collectors Bill Schenck and Larry Sugar
  • Superb dining at Geronimo, La Casa Sena and Aqua Santa

The day-trip to Taos with our guide took us through Chimayo and The Sanctuario, a stop at the Taos Pueblo, a curator-led tour at The Harwood Museum, lunch at Apple Tree, finishing with a curator-led tour at The Millicent Rogers Museum and  a visit to Fenchin House and the Taos Art Museum.

Simply put, this superb trip combined the Best of the Best of Santa Fe~!

For more information or to book this trip for late Sepember 2007, please contact Sarah Durkee, Manager of Public Programs with the museum at 202-639-1770.