2019 Group Exhibition. Photo © Michael Puff. Fine Art Nude Photography Workshop
Photo © Michael Puff. Fine Art Nude Photography Workshop

Current Exhibitions

The Image Flow’s gallery showcases photography exhibitions with opening receptions several times a year. Looking to become a collector and buy photography? Our rotating exhibits are a great place to acquire prints and fine art photography for sale.


2019 Group Exhibition

February 1 – April 10, 2020

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 1, 2020, from 7–9PM

 

This year’s group photography exhibition showcases student photographs from The Image Flow’s most popular workshops of 2019. From Photography Basics to our hands-on Tintype Workshop— this collection provides a unique chance to see the world from the perspective of a diverse set of photographers. Some of the images were the result of specific assignments, but most are from what we like to refer to as “self-directed projects”. Projects where we as instructors guide and push our students to see more, observe more and realize their vision through the camera.

A great big thank you to all the students who have put their trust in The Flow to help them become the photographers they aspire to be.

 

RSVP catering will be serving light appetizers and wine.

 


 

Photography Gallery, Marin County. Photo © Ellen Sanford

Photo © Ellen Sanford

Ellen Sanford: New Terrain

February – July 2020

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 1, 2020, from 7–9PM

As I explore the natural world through my camera, I find that my photography has strong parallels to my vocation as a psychotherapist. One art is aligned with the other.

As a therapist I support my clients as they navigate the vicissitudes of experience, and as a photographer I bring a similar sense of respect as I capture the astonishing variations of life and interconnectedness in the natural world.

I love looking at the familiar in new ways, and using my imagination to disrupt “normal”… and to create new terrain.

In both realms, I think that using a “third eye” has the potential for sparking joy, bearing empathic witness to adversity, and perhaps even creating a deeper appreciation for the cycle of life. — Ellen Sanford

 

Select images from Ellen Sanford’s still life photography series New Terrain will be on display on the back wall at The Image Flow through July.

 

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