Making the most with the least is a specialty of Sandra Phillips, owner of her namesake gallery on Santa Fe, which opened five years ago. A tiny and cramped storefront with an almost invisible street presence, the facility has little to recommend it from the outside. Inside, there's only a mundane, mid-sized exhibition space and a claustrophobic room under the mezzanine that is accessed by a rickety-looking spiral staircase with a tacky, pseudo-Spanish-mission look to it. Despite these serious limitations, however, Phillips has established a niche for her gallery in a city filled with more impressive operations. And she's done it simply by scheduling interesting and... More >>>