Donated by Jim Dennis Photography
Black and white print on canvas, color Epson print
24″ x 32″
Signature: bottom right
Retail Value: $800
Minimum Bid: $275
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Jim Dennis is a renowned Bay Area based photographer whose work has spanned over 30 years. As a seasoned photographer who became famous as a result of his images of music legends, health and wellness, landscapes, nudes, and corporate entities, Dennis’ work has been exhibited at national venues including: Kodak Gallery, Museum of Science and Industry, The Oakland Museum, and other national institutions. As an international photographer, Jim has shot on location in Haiti, Mexico, the Caribbean, Hawaii, France, Britain, Bahamas, Brazil, Costa Rica and the Ivory Coast. He plans on traveling to Cuba and Miami for projects this year.
Corporate clients have included: Pacific Gas and Electric, American Airlines, City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco Unified School District, City of Oakland, Oakland Unified School District, World Savings Bank, KTVU Channel 2, Port of Oakland, Oum & Company, Legal Aid for Children, and Hill & Company Communications.
Starting his professional career in the 70s with Eastman Kodak, Jim photographed people and places across the world: the Taj Mahal in India; life in Morocco; cultural portraits in Turkey. He has also photographed the Indy 500, Grand Prix, and the Democratic National Convention. Jim studied under Ruth Bernhard and has taught photography during workshops and for academic institutions such as The Academy of Art College in San Francisco.
Presently, Jim is developing a series of nude images to illuminate the natural beauty of the human body in many forms. His images can be seen during open studios and other exhibits that support non-profit entities.