Edward Weston Photography Gallery on Wildcat Hill

"TL-1G Lake Tenaya" by Edward Weston Copyright © 1981 Center for Creative Photography

"TL-1G Lake Tenaya" by Edward Weston

Copyright © 1981 Center for Creative Photography

"41V Cabbage" by Edward Weston Copyright © 1981 Center for Creative Photography

"41V Cabbage" by Edward Weston

Copyright © 1981 Center for Creative Photography

My grandfather’s darkroom is, for all intents and purposes, a living museum that honors the work he produced and the life he lived on Wildcat Hill. It is our privilege to share it with the world.
— Kim Weston

Our gallery is located in Carmel Highlands on the central coast of California in Edward Weston's original darkroom. Edward lived on Wildcat Hill from 1938 until his death in 1959. 

Edward's "Little Grey Home in the West" is now that of his grandson and internationally recognized fine-art photographer, Kim Weston, who lives and works on the property with his wife, Gina. The house's original structure and Edward's darkroom have remained as they were when Edward lived here, now used to display the photographs printed from his original negatives by his youngest son, and Kim's father, Cole Weston.