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Contact Information:

Gallery phone: (805) 674-0337 or (805) 460-9776 for an appointment

Email:     A. J. Vincolisi    -   ajv@b-wgallery.com

              Patricia Bennett  -   pab@b-wgallery.com

Photo Tours: We are now offering photo tours of the historic Santa Margarita Ranch, nicknamed "Queen of the California Ranchos" and custom private tours of the Central Coast. See our Photo Tour page.

Special Sale: The rain stopped and the sun came out for our Special Sale which lead to a great turnout. Although we did sell some images, there are still some good buys available. The collection of rare and beautiful black and white, gelatin silver prints includes the work of well known photographers such as: Ruth Bernhard, Edward and Brett Weston, John Sexton, Huntington Witherill, Morley Baer, Ryuijie, Jay Dusard, Bob Werling, Jan Pietrzak, Henry Gilpin William Mortensen and others.

If you would like to add to your collection, please contact us to see if your favorite photographer's images are for sale. Although the images are no longer in the gallery, they can be brought to the gallery for viewing, until sold.

Radio Show: KCBX's show "Ears on Art" hosted by Crissa Hewitt and Steven deLuque visited the Gallery and taped 2 shows. A link to a podcast of the shows is at: http://www.kcbx.org/Pages/Programming/archives.html  Click on "Ears on Art" and then Aug 4th or 11th to hear the podcasts.

The show dates were August 4th and 11th. The first show featured Don Krehbiel and Jack Baber, while the second show featured Nixson Borah, A. J. Vincolisi and Alison Watt Jackson.

New Book:  We have published our first book featuring images from the founding members of our Gallery, Jack Baber, Ani Garrick, Howard Steinberg, Joe Schwartz, Doug Howard, Charlotte Whitaker and A. J. Vincolisi. It is a 20 page softbound book, in a limited edition of 100 copies, and available at the gallery for $20. A small number (5) of signed copies are offered at $75.