1902 - 1975
Bullock began his photographic career at the age of 42 studying
at the Art Center School in Los Angeles, California. A lifelong
friend of Edward Weston, his work and influence thrived
in Bullock's photographs and in 1968, he became a trustee
and chairman of the exhibition committee during the formative
years of Friends of Photography in Carmel, California. Bullock
is recognized as an American master photographer of the
20th Century. His work is included in over 90 major museum
collections around the world including The Museum of Modern
Art, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Hallmark
Collection of Photography and The Center for Creative Photography
which holds the archives of Ansel Adams, Harry Callahan,
Frederick Sommer and Aaron Siskind.
is everything - going beyond what you know.
And the test of the search is really in the things themselves,
the things you seek to understand.
What is important is not what you think about them, but
how they enlarge you."
~ Wynn Bullock