Elaine Mayes Photographs, 1967 June 16-18.
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Elaine Mayes, a visual artist since 1960, majored in painting and art history at Stanford University. She then studied at the San Francisco Art Institute with John Collier, Jr., Richard Diebenkorn, Paul Hassel, Nathan Oliviera, and Minor White. By 1961, Mayes was an independent photojournalist, working for magazines and graphic designers in the San Francisco area. During 1967 and 1968, she was a rock and roll photographer and spent time photographing the "Summer of Love," the Haight Ashbury scen...