Michael Rauner, "Reliquary DNA", 1999, mixed media instillation with light bulbs, color slides, copper wire, and batteries.

Michael Rauner, “Reliquary DNA”, 1999, mixed media instillation with light bulbs, color slides, copper wire, and batteries.

Michael Rauner

Michael Rauner studied at the San Francisco Art Institute, the City College of San Francisco, and Loyola Marymount University. He is a fine art photographer, custom printer, and portrait photographer based in San Francisco, CA. Prior to running his own business, Rauner was the Program/Education coordinator at San Francisco Camerawork and an instructor at the Ansel Adams Center for Photography. His creative work has been shown at the Catherine Clark Gallery, the Headlands Center for the Arts, SOMArts, and White Line Gallery. Fuji, Agfa, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hold work by this artist in their permanent collections. Additionally Rauner has served as a panelist/lecturer at the California College of Arts and Crafts and SPE  (Society of Photographic Education).

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