The de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University has opened “Seeking Answers” the Photography of Wynn Bullock. The exhibition opened on April 12 and closes on June 30. It is not to be missed. Bullock was a great California photographer whose life and work were part of the Adams, Cunningham, Weston era. He followed his own pathway with his gift for experimentation and his quest for a deeper understanding of life and art that could be found through photography. He is best known for black & white images of nature and figures in nature, and many outstanding images are in this exhibition. There is also a group of his color-light abstractions which are eye and mind opening. Bullock’s photos are on the ground floor; go upstairs (by stairs or elevator) to see Jonathan Clark’s beautiful and profound photographs of Bullock. Clark has captured his friend in the landscape, truly part of the landscape, and reveals so much about the land and man together. These photographs are powerful in the surprising insights they present about Wynn Bullock’s character and the deeper meanings of photographic art. Photo shows (L to R) Curator Lindsey Kouvaris; de Saisset staff; artist Jonathan Clark; Barbara Bullock-Wilson, Wynn Bullock’s daughter; Gene Wilson. The de Saisset has an important permanent collection of Bullock’s work. Barbara and Gene Bullock Wilson are the moving forces behind new exhibitions. The de Saisset museum is on the campus at 500 El Camino Real. Admission is free. May 15, 7 p.m., Barbara Bullock-Wilson and Curator Lindsey Kouvaris will share stories behind the exhibition, Seeking Answers. Free.