Photography

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Sean McFarland

Sean McFarland (San Francisco) is a photographer whose work explores the relationships between the process of image making, artifice, photographic truth, and the representation of landscape. He has exhibited internationally and his work resides in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art Library.

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J. John Priola

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Alice Shaw

Alice Shaw’s background and focus is photography based but she has recently been incorporating other media into her exhibitions. She is currently looking at the tradition of landscape photography and revisiting it with a contemporary eye.

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Joshua Smith

Born in Springfield, Missouri, Joshua Smith earned his BFA from Missouri State University in 2003 and his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2007. Smith has been living and working as an artist and educator in the Bay Area since 2004, and during that time has explored various photographic projects and exhibited widely within the Bay Area and beyond. Currently, Smith is engaged in a project exploring the nature of our collective experience within urban, public spaces.

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Liz Steketee

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Jack Fulton

Everything is of great interest to depict with a camera. Nearly every day I work in the studio on recently digital imagery. With a new scanner, older work of a suite of European images is being worked on as is a long b/w w/added text called Suite Nevada. Ecology, proper use of the environment and walking in landscape are my interests at the moment. The raison d’etre for present work is to create beauty as well as constantly expunge my mind of anger. It is about an openness and acceptance of all that is not cruel or ignorant.

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Henry Wessel

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Lindsey White

Lindsey White is working in still photography, video, and installation. White offers subtle and often humorous insights into questions of truth vs illusion, found vs fabricated and synchronicity vs chaos. Her manipulations of materials and settings, by both analog and digital means, mixed with a keen eye for coincidence make for playful yet haunting images of the not so mundane everyday. Her recent project, “In Search of the Miraculous,”  took her on a 3 and half month road trip with her dog, Lolly, to find videos and photographs and to meet people along her travels.

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Linda Connor

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