Wynn Bullock:
Color Light Abstractions

First Printing, May 2010,
96 pages, hardbound, 44 full-page reproductions, 19 additional reproductions.
Signed by editor Barbara Bullock-Wilson.

Includes essays by seven leading authorities
on Wynn Bullock's work, including A. D. Coleman, Richard Gadd, Chris Johnson, Dr. Britt Salvesen, Karen Sinsheimer, and exhibition curator Michael Spencer.

This monograph celebrates the re-discovered abstract color imagery that Bullock created in the early 1960s. It also serves as the catalog for the traveling exhibition of this little known, but stunningly beautiful and contemporarily relevant work. The exhibition premiered on May 15, 2010 at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, California, and is currently on tour.

In the book, exhibit curator Michael Spencer writes:

"Although this work has remained virtually (and literally) in the dark until now, we cannot fully appreciate Bullock's creative genius without it. As we encounter Bullock's exquisite images, we question...are we peering through a microscope, or is it a telescope...are we seeing subatomic structures or are we looking into the incomprehensible vast universe? As we explore, we find ourselves shoulder-to-shoulder with this visionary in his search for understanding. We experience the phenomena of light and the universe with him. It is breathtaking, and our hearts pound with the wonderment of it all."