Marin Art Directory
Marc and Tracy Morales are a photography team, The 2Canons: “We capture your events, various landscapes and travel photography.”
Marianne Owens photographs nature, architecture, and the landscapes of Western Marin. She also creates hand tinted and Poloroid images. At Drawbrige, she also facilitates weekly art groups for homeless, and underserved children. A quote: “I enjoy teaching young people of all ages and introducing them to the magic of the art making process.”
Marvin Burke is a nature photographer. “Witnessing nature relieves the anxieties of urban existence. Nature places us in a higher state of awareness that enriches the soul by captivating the eye.”
Mary Serphos describes her photography as creative image photography: “images that speak to the soul”. Mary also offers photography classes in Fairfax, California.
Matthew Carden is a pioneer in miniature photography, and an award winning food photographer.
Meg Reilly is a Martin artist and nature in all its forms is the grist for her abstract and representational work. The sea, sky and land are embedded as themes in much of her work. She teaches and maintains a gallery/studio in Marin County. Meg holds a Bachelors of Fine Art from Syracuse University, an M.A. in teaching from College of Notre Dame, and also studied ceramics at Skidmore College
Michael Mundy is a photographer of California and the American scene. His photographs have been used in limited editions accompanying the poems of Robinson Jeffers, Gary Snyder, Richard Summers and other writers
Miguel Farios is a Marin County photographer and fine artist. A quote from the artist: “My work is informed by the multicultural perspective of the region, particularly the aesthetics of the Pacific Rim.” Miguel holds a B.F.A. in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Noel Stubblefield paints with watercolors, oils and mixed media. Sometimes she adds layers of collages to the make them three dimensional. Noel also takes wildlife photography and travel photography.
The photographer Osher Levi was born in Israel, studied photography in Los Angeles, and now resides in Marin County, California. “The Osher Marin JCC is pleased to present China Camp: A Photographic Journey, a solo exhibition by artist, musician and Marin County resident Osher Levi.” – the pacificsun.com: The Zen of China Camp: A Photography Exhibit by Osher Levi exhibited at the Osher Marin JCC, San Rafael, from June through September, 2015.
Paula Fava moves easily between encaustic and acrylic mediums in her paintings and mixed media artworks, the layered possibilities of the ancient art form of encaustic painting directs the majority of her work.
Risa George photographs Marin County’s landscapes, flora and fauna. A quote from the photographer: “Preserving the natural beauty of this region through imagery seemed essential in honoring its rich legacy.”
Rosario Sapienza is a freelance photographer known for fine-art photography. He photographs people, families and weddings, as well as architecture, automobiles and real estate. Formerly he studied art and architecture at the Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Architecture, and worked in corporate marketing, advertising, and franchising. Rosario is a member of the Marin Photography Club, Artworks Downtown, and Marin Society of Artists.
Russ Johnson has worked as a photographer, writer, film and video producer, broadcaster and voice over talent. Johnson founded Travelmedia in 1984. It has taken him to 59 countries on film, video, photography and writing assignments. His editorial work includes award winning television series.
Acrylic and mixed media abstracts on canvas and panels; digital abstracts on dye-infused aluminum; and classic black and white photography.
Suzanne Paras Beard takes photographs of nature, people, street art, weddings, and animals.
Sydney Longfellow is a Marin County artist and photographer. She photographs nature, landscapes, fruits, vegetables and animals. She now also offers vintage beads and vintage craft supplies at Etsy.
“I am often captivated by beauty in nature, to the point where photography becomes meditative.” -Tamsin Prasad