The San Geronimo Valley Community Center’s 2nd Virtual Sunday Artist Salon is very pleased to host a presentation and discussion of the photographic work of Harlan Floyd. Harlan Kaye Floyd, Sr. (1928 – 1991) was a prolific photographer and home builder, based in San Geronimo Valley. He produced iconic photographs of life in the Valley in the 1960s and 1970s. As co-founder of Zinc & LaRue Traveling Photographers, his work was lauded as an accurate and beautifully crafted documentation of the cultural Zeitgeist of the time. He was loved by all, and his love for the Valley and its residents, as well as its rich heritage, is evident in his work. The works by Harlan Floyd Sr. are being presented courtesy of Hank Floyd. Join us on Zoom, Sunday, February 14, 4-5:30 pm — a great way to spend a Valentine’s Day afternoon. ZOOM link here!