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Rescue and Adoption

We are the Maxabby Group - Nancy and Rich living with four pugs -Abby, Tuko, Ozzy and Timmy and two cats - Tipper and Pheebee. All are rescues. Each with their own story. For now, 100% of the proceeds from our sales of Gloves (pictured on your right) and Blankets go to help Rescue. That's right, We pay for our supplies on our own, we donate our time.

Why are we doing this? Because Max and Abby came into our lives when our daughter, Kristie, unexpectedly died in 2006. Abby and Max rescued us. Now we want to help rescued animals find forever homes.



and Some Friends

Passion for Art + Animals = Adamson Gallery

When Colleen Adamson found herself out of a job about five years ago, she stood at the crossroads and pondered her options. What to do? Animals had been a lifelong passion. So had art.

Combining the two in the form of a new career seemed the perfect solution. This past July, Adamson saw her dream realized in the Adamson Gallery, devoted primarily to animal art. "We all have different callings," she says. "This is mine." Shows often double as fundraisers, with proceeds benefiting animal causes.

READ MORE - as appeared in an article by Cathy Cassinos-Carr in Sacramento Magazine on July 24, 2013


with Jack the Dog

Art With Heart

Adamson Gallery Appeals to Animal Lovers

Barnyard fowl, owls, hawks, honeybees—that's just a small sample of the variety of animal art currently exhibited at Adamson Gallery. Few people are fortunate enough to achieve their lifelong dream. Fewer still realize two dreams, but Colleen Adamson has. "Adamson Gallery has been the perfect platform for me to combine my passion for art and my love for animals into my dream career," she says. "I always had a dream of owning an art gallery, but it was one of those lofty dreams that I put on the backburner. I never actually thought it would come to fruition."

READ MORE - as appeared in an article by Sue Owens Wright in Sacramento's Inside the City publication, December 2012 edition


Gallery Photographs

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Welcome! Looking Left A Valued Customer! Walking South Turn to Your Right
Another View Pets Welcome! Admire the Art! Another Display Wall Come See Us!

Artist Submissions

Thank you for considering Adamson Gallery for your Northern California art gallery representation. To submit to the gallery, please email up to 6 images of your work to, along with a recent biography or C.V. We regret that we cannot respond to every request for submission. We will contact artists in whose work we are interested. Please do not send portfolios, slides, and other materials by US mail. Also, no walk-ins will be considered.

Additionally, you may use our online contact/upload tool by clicking here.

Please direct all correspondence to Colleen Adamson, Director, at

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