About Karen Thurman

Born in London, England, I am an emerging photographer whose work captures the magic to be found in the natural world around us. Although I spent my formative years in the concrete jungles of the Far East, I have always been fascinated by landscapes, especially forests, woodlands and the streams that run through them. I use my art to encourage environmental protection. I work in large format black & white, developing and printing my work in my darkroom.


End frame: Tenaya Creek, Dogwoods by Ansel Adams

A Green and Pleasant Land Exhibition

Community Talks from Conference 2016

Endframe: Basin Mountain, Approaching Storm, by Bruce Barnbaum

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