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The Art Of The Experience

Since the beginning, Post Ranch has been committed to featuring original art on property and supporting the artistic community both in Big Sur and around the world. Guests are invited to discover the myriad of artistic touches found throughout the property including the sculptures, photography, architecture and of course, the artistry which mother nature has created all around us.


The Post Gallery & Sculpture Garden


The Post Gallery offers an array of black and white photography, sculptures and fine jewelry. Kodiak Greenwood, a Big Sur photographer, along with Big Sur’s Trevor Meeker who creates art from recycled metal, are featured in the Post Gallery, along with other artists and photographers. The Sculpture Garden, just outside The Post Gallery, offers a peaceful refuge in which to enjoy sculptures by Robert Holmes, Greg Hawthorne and James Hunolt amongst others.

Current Exhibition


She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not


Twelve Female Photographers’ Views Of The Male Subject

Edna Bullock, Martha Casanave, Jodi Cobb,
Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Flor Garduño,
Carol Henry, Dorothea Lange, Mary Ellen Mark,
Holly Roberts, Adrienne Salinger, Joyce Tenneson


The Post Gallery is proud to present She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not, a photography exhibition of work by renowned female photographers from the past 100 years. Beginning with Imogen Cunningham’s photographs from 1915, the exhibit is a timeline of success for women in the field.

Included are the original works of artists such as Dorothea Lange, Joyce Tenneson and National Geographic photographer, Jodi Cobb. Many serve as classical examples California’s west coast tradition in photography; others like Flor Garduño of Mexico City and Holly Roberts of Santa Fe bring a contemporary vision to the exhibition. We invite you to visit The Post Gallery to view this groundbreaking collection.

Photo credits:
Jodi Cobb, Subway Santas, 1988

Mary Ellen Mark, Edgar Bergen takes Charlie McCarthy out of his suitcase, Los Angeles, 1978. Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

Mercantile and Gallery


The Mercantile serves as both an art gallery and a boutique, offering jewelry, designer clothing, logo items, accessories and other goods. The Gallery features a collection of art including color photography, paintings, sculptures and jewelry.



Art at Sierra Mar


Original art, photography and sculptures adorn the walls of Sierra Mar, including two curved steel lamps by noted steel artist Albert Paley. Exhibits rotate several times throughout the year and generally feature multiple artists, many of whom are from the Big Sur and Monterey area.

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