About us


Harold I. Huttas is the proprietor and curator of Harold’s Gallery, a unique resource for only the best in art presented through an exciting blend of online and onsite gallery exhibitions. Harold’s Gallery is the latest in a long list of entrepreneurial ventures developed by Huttas as he pursues his passion for art.

A Brooklyn native, Huttas attended New York University and majored in advertising. Huttas began his career at a graphic arts studio in New York City, and his keen eye for graphic design and illustration led him quickly to other positions in which he developed advertising collateral for such notable clients as Seagram’s Phillip Morris, Ponds and Pfizer.

In 1976, Huttas became a partner in Alan Lithograph and positioned the firm as the entertainment industry’s premier graphics and printing house. It rapidly cultivated a dream client roster that included Warner Bros., Sony, Paramount, Lionsgate, Universal, Disney, The Getty Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and many others. Huttas ultimately bought out his partner, renaming the firm InSync Media.

In 2002, Huttas developed “Harold’s Gallery At Insync,” under the auspices of InSync Media, as a way to showcase the artists and their work that he found captivating. The inaugural exhibit featured the work of “Bernie Taupin,” curated by Ruth Bloom. Other shows featured Jim Cross, Tim Palen, John Van Hammersveld, John Coy, an AIGA Juried Show and Wraparound Magazine Show.

Huttas sold Insync Media in 2008 and has relaunched Harold’s Gallery in 2012 with the first west coast exhibit of the work of famed caricaturist Ken Fallin.

In addition to his passion for art, Harold is devoted to APLA and its fight against HIV/AIDS. Huttuas served on the Board of Directors from 1989 to 1995 and raised more than $10 million for the organization.

While a board member, Huttas served on the Development, Planning and Executive committees, and was co-chair and associate producer on four of the enormously successful “Commitment to Life” events including a tribute to Barbra Streisand and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Huttas has also served on the boards of the Joffrey Ballet, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, and was one of the founding members of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). He was also on the Juvenile Diabetes Board.