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Dec 3rd 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

We are getting ready for our 3rd Annual Group Exhibition. The images are being framed and Stuart and Matt are working on curating the show. We are so excited about the images we are showing this year, and are proud of our students’ work!

The exhibit includes about 25 photographers, ranging from amateurs to professionals. The styles range from documentary to landscape, and include color and black and white prints.

I asked a few of the photographer’s about their photos. Here are some of their stories.

Nov 8th 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

Naoya Hatakeyama , Lime Hills #23514, 1988
Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama’s hometown of Rikuzentakata, Japan, was destroyed by the March 11, 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. A few days later, he returned to what was left of his town to document the aftermath.

Oct 25th 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0
Hot Off the Presses: Kimberly Harmon's Nature Abstracts at Marie Veronique Organics

We are pleased to announce Kimberly’s first solo exhibition—a study in subtle color and form—is on display at Marie Veronique Organics at 29 Miller Ave, Mill Valley now through the end of the year. Kimberly has been taking photography classes on and off over the past eight years. With her family grown up, she has […]

Oct 22nd 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

The World Is Not My Home: Photographs by Danny Lyon is at the de Young though January 27. This exhibit sparingly covers his work from the early ’60 civil rights movement with the SNCC (Students Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) the Occupy Movement protests of 2011.

Oct 9th 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 3
About Face at Pier 24

We are living in an immediate world of Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram, where phones are cameras in the hands of masses. So as we, the viewer, slow down and look at the images, we have to ask… What, honestly, is a portrait?

Jan 28th 2012 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Interviews 2
Discussion with Gary Yost: Photographing Bowling Ball Beach

The Image Flow sat down with Gary Yost to discuss his experience trekking up to Pt. Arena in Mendocino County to photograph the unusual shaped rocks that reveal themselves only at certain tides. What inspired you to photograph Bowling Ball Beach in Mendocino’s Pt. Arena? I was at the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival in […]

Oct 29th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Interviews 2

Photo © Barbara Hazen.

Photographer Barbara Hazen on her long-term love affair with San Francisco’s Grant Avenue.

Sep 26th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Interviews 0
Q&A with Bill Green

How did a 14 year old become a rock and roll photographer? In those days concerts weren’t events featuring a single key artist with a minor opening act.  Every concert was an event featuring 3 or 4 bands on each bill – and often an early and a late show.  So the bands would play […]

Aug 11th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Interviews 0
A Conversation with Trish Carney

Following is an excerpt from a conversation between independent curator Anne Veh and Trish Carney, a visual artist living in Marin County, California.    On a warm July afternoon, Trish Carney and I met in Mill Valley to talk about her new body of work from her time in Yellowstone National Park this May when […]

Jun 30th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Interviews 0
Q&A: Stuart Schwartz

Stuart discussed his new abstract work at the artist dinner in his honor.  Below are some of his thoughts about his recent series of abstract photographs.  If you haven’t seen these photographs yet, then please come down to The Image Flow while they’re still up on the walls for the next week. What inspired this […]