The Image Flow’s photography gallery offers rotating exhibits in different photographic styles for all members of our community to enjoy. We host opening receptions and sit-down dinners several times a year that are so popular, our patrons even request the space for private parties. Looking for photography for sale? Our photography exhibitions are a great place to acquire fine-art prints for purchase.
*masks are strongly recommended, but not required.
Building on the success of our juried exhibitions for Alternative Process Photography, we’re pleased to announce the results of our very first juried photography contest welcoming all capture methods and processes. Under the theme of Community, the competition was open to professional and amateur photographers globally.
Our esteemed panel of judges included Henrik Kam, Penny Wolin & Deanne Fitzmaurice. Together they selected 45 pieces for exhibition, featuring 5 winners and 7 honorable mentions—far more than our originally planned 33. We selected a diversity of photographers and photographic styles for this exhibit, showcasing a breadth of colorful and emotional interpretations representative of the theme of Community.
The Community Group Photography Exhibition features work by Laurel Anderson, Ron Avolio, Chuck Beisch, Bjorke Kevin, Mary Macey Butler, Teresa Camozzi, Mima Cataldo, Mary D’Agostino, John DeGroot, Olivier Desmet, Peter Devenyi, Anne Elisco Lemme, Suzanne Engelberg, Bonnie Feld, Cheryl Guerrero, Liz Hale, Bob Hemstock, Becky Jaffe, Allyson Josephs, Micki Keno, Alan Krakauer, Suz Lipman, Michael Martin, Yetem McMahon, Peter Merts, Nish Nadaraja, Lisa Newmark, Tim Porter, Alexandra Pots, Diego Ramirez, David Robinson, Nicole Ryan, Ellen Sanford, Michael Serecsko, Dean Snodgrass, Will Spitler, Kim Starr, Michael Tiret, Gary Topper, Charles Versaggi, Marnie Walters, Ashima Yadava, Mitsu Yoshikawa and Steve Ziman.
*Per Public Health Orders in effect for Marin County, masks are strongly recommended, but not required.
People may choose to mask at any time.
We support those who wish to continue to mask indoors, including those who are immunocompromised or otherwise concerned.