Garnick's fine art photography features landscapes and architecture from around the Bay Area. His prints recall the look of early 20th century lithographs.
David grew up in a family of artists. He has chaired the department of computer science at Bowdoin College, been a product manager for Google News, and directed the San Francisco International Photography Exhibition. He draws on these technical and production skills in the creation of his beautiful imagery.
Stephanie Penn is a fine art photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her BA in Geology and Studio Art from Cornell College. She uses her dynamic background in both visual art and science to provide viewers with a unique visual perspective. Her artwork focuses on appreciating nature and wildness in the urban San Francisco Bay Area. Her photographs rely on subtle details, such as colors and weather patterns, rather than major landmarks to create a sense of place. This enables the viewer to notice subtleties that may ordinarily be overlooked.
Throughout my life, I've created art from and in nature. Since 2004 I've focused on the social and environmental dimensions of my art-- hosting group art-making events and workshops, teaching in public and private schools, training teachers and museum staff, and installing hands-on "Create-With-Nature Zones" in parks, schools, museums, and public spaces. My endeavors are in the tradition of social sculpture, in service to nature and to society. I strive to create models and methods for collective creativity; to connect people of all ages with each other and with the natural world; and to inspire joy, spontaneity, and environmental action.
I love beauty and find it often in flowers and leaves. I consider myself a simple person with a straightforward approach. I enlarge the botanical specimens so others may find their beauty of form and color more readily. My job as an artist is to help others find beauty in simplicity.
Tarantino obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in design and photography from Kutztown University. She then continued her photographic studies at the International Center for Photography, NYC.
Her work is shown and collected internationally. She’s received awards from galleries and museums’ throughout North American and has been named one of the top 100 emerging fine art photographers’ for three years running (2014, 2015, 2016) by Photographer’s Forum magazine.
Her images stage the hidden treasures held within our rural American landscape by seizing the relationship between nature, people and passing of time.