Spectrums of Solitude: Photographs by Rory Earnshaw
March 9 – May 26, 2017
Artist Reception: Saturday, March 18, 7–9PM
The Image Flow proudly presents Spectrums of Solitude, a solo exhibition featuring the work of Bay Area based photographer Rory Earnshaw. Spectrums of Solitude spans over four decades and includes 44 diligently processed, hand-made darkroom prints.
Rory’s small-scale, intimate prints in this exhibition explore the quiet, minimalist beauty of an empty urban landscape. Shooting only with film, and often a large-format camera, he takes advantage of the slow and deliberate process of classic silver gelatin darkroom printing and toning.
When I’m out shooting personal work it’s got to be film. I love the mechanics of a manual camera, the levers, release buttons and shutter sounds. I like the mystery of not knowing how a night shot may turn out. –Rory Earnshaw
Come celebrate Rory Earnshaw’s classic work with us on Saturday, March 18 from 7–9PM.
Event catered by R.S.V.P. Catering.
Spectrums of Solitude is on view through May 26.
Monday – Friday, 10AM–6PM.
iPhone Photography by Pei Ketron
February 1 – June 1, 2017
Select images from Pei Ketron’s iPhone photography are on display at The Image Flow.
Pei Ketron is a photographer, educator, speaker, and traveler based in San Francisco. She was born in Taiwan and raised on the Navajo Nation in Arizona as part of a biracial household. As a child, she spent summers enduring the monsoons of the tropics and the remainder of the year running barefoot in the deserts of the American southwest.
After more than a decade slowly building a photography business while working as a public school teacher, her career exploded when social media, specifically Instagram, became huge. She was selected to be a part of Apple’s Shot on iPhone 6 billboard campaign and now has over 830K followers on Instagram. Pei now teaches photography workshops at Skillshare, the Firefly Institute, Creative Live, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, and here at The Image Flow, as well as one-on-one classes and travel mentorships.
Pei Ketron’s work is now on display on the back wall at The Image Flow and is scheduled to hang through June.