Posted by Shawn Tamaribuchi on 10/24/2012
Over Shellmound, I-80, Oakland, CA
is an artist, photographer, educator and food-biased-gardener based in Oakland, CA. After growing up in the Bay Area she accidentally developed a severe photographic habit while studying with Stephen Shore and Larry Fink at Bard College, in Annandale, NY. After completing her B.F.A. in 1996 Johnna worked on an educational farm in slightly-upstate New York and traveled with Bread and Puppet (a political puppet theater in Vermont). Upon her return to the Bay Area Johnna returned to her studies gaining a more well-rounded arts education and earning her Masters in Fine Arts from Mills College in 2005. Johnna received a Murphy- Cadogan fellowship award, a Jurors award from Alison Gass of S.F. MoMA, is part of the Alameda County Arts Registry, the BayVAN Registry, and has been a SECA Art-Award nominee. Johnna has taught and created curricula for many aspects of photography- from the pinhole camera to Digital Photography at Mills College, Sprout Creek Farm, and presently at Rayko Photography in San Francisco. Her artwork has been shown multiple places including the Oakland International Airport, Headlands Center for the Arts, Mills College, UNESCO Paris, San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, S.F. MoMA Artists Gallery, and S.F. Camerawork. (johnnaarnold.com
Posted by Shawn Tamaribuchi on 10/18/2012
received her B.F.A. in Photography at the University of Georgia in Athens. She has had multiple shows throughout Georgia and California. After graduating, she worked in New York City in various photography studios and businesses. Since moving to the Bay Area she has been teaching photography classes at a studio in the East Bay, as well running its facilities. She also coordinates the classes at RayKo and is one of RayKo’s Darkroom staff members. She is currently working on a project documenting residents living on the Oakland waterfront...
Posted by Shawn Tamaribuchi on 10/14/2012
Portrait of Alice Cooper 2012 16" x 20" cyanotype on shaped plywood
has 30 years of picture framing experience. For the last 22 years he has been a picture framer at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He has prepared exhibitions for Robert Adams, John Szarkowski, Diane Arbus, Lewis Carroll, Carleton Watkins, Larry Sultan, Ansel Adams, and Daido Moriyama. Greg also enjoys making photograms in the RayKo darkroom. (gregwilsonportfolio.com)