Fuji-Crystal archive print, mounted on archival board
20″ x 16″
Signature: on both inside back and outside back
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The Direct Gaze
Into a Boomerang
With a Certain Timelessness”
Barb Icon is from an extended Portrait Series by Sharon Wickham. Sharon is a photographic artist from Hunters Point Shipyard who works on various series of long term projects, in limited editions of 5. Her projects concern elements of time, age, and gender with serious humorous tendencies.
Zebras on the Serengeti
Digital pigment print on Concord rag bright white
22.6″ x 50″
Signature: front, lower right
Retail Value: $2,000
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Venera is a master photographer based in San Francisco. His vibrant and technically brilliant photographs span commercial success with portfolios including interiors and lifestyle images for exclusive clients like Pottery Barn and Sunset magazine. His personal portfolios are comprised of evocative, intimate portraits, which put him in the company of modern masters like Kenna and Bernhard. He is represented by Gallery 16 in San Francisco.
Digital color photograph, Polielettronica LaserLab, silver halide printer
18″ x 12″
Signature: front lower right corner
Retail Value: $750
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Frank Van Duerm’s photographic eye is a window to the nuance of time and space. Throughout his life, Frank has used the lens to focus on moments that create a space within space where time is but a fleeting moment, never to be repeated.
Print on Hahnemühle photo rag paper
Edition: Artist Proof
16″ x 9″
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Everything is art. I am a designer and fine art photographer. My work celebrates common objects—personification through magnification. Disregarding gravity I hover with my camera like a bumblebee, revealing the seductive and whimsical. Removed from their environment, my subjects are reduced its most basic form and color, amplifying its intended purpose.
I wanted to explore the question, “Why are things that grow and reproduce the way they are?” That led naturally to the question, “Why is a flower a flower?” Suddenly, I felt that I had a whole new world to explore. I started researching photographers who have done similar work so that I could learn from their experience, such as Karl Blossfeldt, Edward Weston and Robert Mapplethorpe.
I earned my master’s of fine art in photography at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. I have been an educator for over 20 years as well as a practicing designer and photographer.
135 Battery Street
Photographic print on metal, courtesy of Bay Photo
24″ x 24″
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Greg Turner’s artwork takes elements of a photograph and uses repetition to create something very geometric and abstract. Greg tend to photograph things that interest him, such as buildings, landmarks, and nude males.
Greg has been a client of AHP for nearly 20 years. Having dual diagnosis of both AIDS and depression, Greg says AHP has been critical in maintaining his health and well-being.
Special thanks to Bay Photo for printing the image on metal.
Seal Rocks at Night #3
Giclée printed with 11-Color Epson pigment printer and Epson acid-free archival paper
30″ x 20″
Signature: on the front
Retail Value: $2,500
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Chris Turner is an emerging artist who attended New York University where he received a B.A. in Art History and Psychology in 1993. He is largely self-taught as a photographer, and has been doing portrait and landscape photography full-time for the past three years and part time for over 12 years. Prior to taking on his preferred vocation as a photographer, he was a web-developer.
In January 2016, some of his landscapes were part of a group show presented by SLATE Art. His nighttime landscape series has been shown by Poetica Art in San Francisco. Chris Turner enjoys working at night with long exposures to explore the details invisible to the naked eye. Chris has also been working on a series featuring Queer Elders. This series examines the LGBT stories of men and women over 60 years old and tells the story of those who grew up queer in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. This series has recently been exhibited at the AMP Gallery in Provincetown.
Photograph on aluminum
10″ x 24″
Signature: on the verso
Retail Value: $850
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My subjects expose a range of human experience. Through my creative background in design and fine art from UW-Madison and owning my own design business combined with my chiropractic practice, I use the camera to challenge myself and to explore the medium. I love color and light as well as texture. Most recently I have begun to photograph to body. Metal prints consider yet another way in which pictures can be perceived.
As a healer, I am fed through my art. Thus it keeps me able to serve, to create, to love. I hope this work initiates a dialogue between the viewer and me.
Legion of Honor 360 Panorama
Dye-infused print on aluminum for indoor or outdoor settings, float framed
13.2″ x 35.9″
Signature: lower right corner
Retail Value: $1,500
Minimum Bid: $500
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Wendell Shinn’s recent creative forays have exited the basics of straight photography in pursuit of more creative and abstract endeavors influenced highly by Walt Disney and Salvador Dali. Electronic imaging, Photoshop, and manipulative software have captured Wendell’s imagination. While Wendell still uses straight photography in his panoramas and equirectangular panoramas, his art has shifted towards the abstract and surreal.
The Church of Marcus, Neiman Marcus building, Union Square in San Francisco, CA
Photograph on framed infused aluminum
20″ x 14″
Signature: on the back
Retail Value: $525
Minimum Bid: $175
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Born and raised in Southern California, Dan Shehan began his photographic journey back in the mid 1960’s. In his current work, Dan explores the beauty of architectural elements. The image, “The Church of Marcus” continues to exemplify Dan’s appreciation for San Francisco’s beautiful buildings.
A sample of this work can be found in the April edition of Capture Mania Magazine, and is also being displayed at City Art Cooperative Gallery in San Francisco.
Into the Light
Silver Gelatin-toned print handmade and printed exclusively by the artist in her darkroom
9″ x 8.5″
Signature: on mat
Retail Value: $1,200
Minimum Bid: $400
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Ginni Savalli is a Bay Area photographer best known for her unique toning and printing techniques to explore both landscape and figural subjects.
Savalli begins with the inherent strength of black and white film photography to convey her message using each subject’s form, shape, and texture. She then introduces another emotional layer to the image by carefully adding color through her distinct toning techniques achieved only in the darkroom. The challenge is to influence the emotion of the image without disturbing the strength of shape and form.
Savalli’s art has been shown in numerous locations, including solo, group, and juried exhibits.