Hitch a ride along the road less traveled and discover the quirky corners of California and the West during this rousing photography lecture with Brian Taylor and Ted Orland.
Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 7PM
Renowned artists Brian Taylor and Ted Orland have spent much of their photographic careers exploring the natural and social landscapes of the West.
This month, they will share their work in a free photography lecture at The Image Flow, offering guests a foray into the less-traveled and otherwise quirky corners of California and the West.
Both Brian and Ted are recognized masters of their craft: Brian’s art often employs alternative processes and hand fabrication, while Ted favors hand-coloring, toy cameras, and digital output. What they have in common is a personal style that uniquely expresses their own vision and their work has been widely exhibited and published.
Likewise, Brian and Ted are both world-class teachers. Brian currently serves as the director of the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA, is a professor emeritus at San Jose State University, and had led several successful workshops and lectures at The Image Flow. Ted was formerly an assistant to Ansel Adams and co-author (with David Bayles) of the classic artist’s survival guide, Art & Fear.
Together, they will lead a TIF workshop to two of California’s most unique and unforgiving locales: Joshua Tree and Salton Sea. In their one-hour lecture on January 14, Brian and Ted will share their plans for the workshop, and tell tall tales of what they call, “the Good, the Bad and the Abandoned.”
Come join us for a provocative, rousing (and possibly even informative) evening!
This lecture is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30, lecture starts at 7PM.