Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

Barbara & Lynne Bullock – Gallery Talk

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Saturday October 11, 20014 – 11 AM

An intimate gallery talk featuring Barbara Bullock-Wilson and Lynne Harrington-Bullock, they discussed the work of Edna Bullock – their mother & wife of Wynn Bullock. A packed house joined us for this special event.

Brief bio: Edna Bullock (1915 – 1997) An exceptionally prolific artist, Edna produced a wide variety of black and white imagery and is probably best known for her photographs of nudes within the landscape. Her husband, Wynn Bullock, had an important impact on her keen and discriminating eye.

More information, including a wide selection of her work,
can be found on Edna Bullock’s Artist Page.

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