The Ernie Wolfe Gallery located in Los Angeles, California provides pieces of artwork mostly from the sub-Saharan area of Africa. The pieces will reflect the landscape and cultures in this area, as well as be created by artists who live there. Not all pieces are by international artists. Some are local who have studied sub-Saharan Africa to create their works. Works include such things as paintings, sculpture, granary ladders, and tribal furniture. Many of the artists are in Ghana, the Ivory Coast, and Kenya. These include Joseph Bertiers, Kane Kwei, Nicholas Damas, and Dada Okef.
The gallery displays the art not only for cultural education and entertainment for visitors and residents of the city, but also for sale. Any of the pieces on display can be purchased. Admission into the gallery is free so that fans and collectors can enjoy the pieces. When an art showing is set it is often with a specific guest list; however, it is possible to see the art and show at a later date by visiting the gallery when it is open to the public. The gallery is located at 1655 Sawtelle Boulevard. This area is popular for Los Angeles attractions, meaning visitors can tour other facilities while in the area.