Ansel Adams, Photographer & Environmentalist, from the Introduction to the Wynn Bullock Portfolio, 1973.
Child in Forest (1951)
by Wynn Bullock
"It has been a great delight to observe Edna's transformation from devotion to a photographer to a resolute and liberating photography of her own."
Morley Baer, Photographer
Apparition in a Gallery (1987)
by Edna Bullock
When you support the Bullock Family Photography Archive, you help support a part of the mission of the University Library: to preserve and make accessible to all the incredibly rich heritage of California Central Coast photography.
The University Library's Special Collections & Archives Division, in conjunction with The Bullock-Wilson Trust and Bullock Family Photography LLC, is seeking funds to establish a major archive that will preserve for us and for future generations the creative work of Central California Coast photographers Wynn Bullock and Edna Bullock.
Wynn and Edna's daughter, alumna Barbara Bullock-Wilson and her husband Gene Bullock-Wilson have pledged to gift the University 500 vintage Edna Bullock photographs. Additionally, they are donating significant sets of research materials ranging from family photos and memorabilia to Barbara's extensive files documenting over 40 years of work with her parents and their artistic legacies.
Color Light Abstraction 1160 (1961)
by Wynn Bullock
Your Gift at Work
We are focused on acquiring:
Help us protect and share the legacy of Wynn Bullock, a master California artist whom many consider to be one of the significant photographers of the 20th century.
Help us celebrate the life and work of Edna Bullock, "one of the most prominent woman photographers of our time," according to Richard Gadd, former Director of the Monterey Museum of Art and Director of The Weston Gallery.
Contact: Lettie Bennett, Associate Director of Library Development, at 831-459-4211 or at firstname.lastname@example.org