Floyd B. Evans 1890-1966:
Evans was a California art photographer active from the 1920s
through the 1960s. Mostly known as a landscape photographer, Evans
was based in Pasadena and Los Angeles and was also a member of
the Los Angeles Camera Club. He and a band of fellow members within
this group who frequented the California dessert for photo excursions
called themselves the Pack of Rats. Evans was also a contemporary
of Edward Weston and entered many national photo competitions.
He mostly printed in gelatin silver but was also known to use carbro
and other pigment print processes. His works are held in many collections
and museums throughout the United States.