The following local Galleries represent Daniel's Fine Art Photography:


Big Sur: The Coast Gallery 49901 Hwy 1
Carmel by the Sea: Ami vDolores St.
Carmel Valley: Carmel Valley Art Association 2 Chambers Ln
Monterey: Monterey Bay Whale Watch 84 Fishermen's Wharf
Cambria: Chambers Gallery 755 Main St.
San Luis Obispo: San Luis Obispo Museum of Art 1010 Broad St.



Museum Exhibitions

Newest Exhibit: San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
"The Coastal Awakening"

Waking Dreamtime - The Rock Art of California

Daniel's exhibition of "Waking Dreamtime - The Rock Art of California" again at the Esalen Institute. His art continues to inspire patrons at the Coast Gallery.

Daniel's two exhibitions "Wings & Waves" and "Condors on the Coast" were on exhibit at the Esalen Institute.

Daniel's images continue to be used world wide. From shamanic teacher Hank Wesselman's new CD set "The Spiritwalker Teachings: Journeys for the Modern Mystic" to publications from South America to Europe to the far East. Also magazines with such a wide range from Vogue to National Geographic and many ecological publications.

Condor Show at the Lodge

Daniel’s exhibition was a stunning photography exhibit on display at the Big Sur Lodge, in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park.

Daniel Bianchetta’s work is appreciated by area naturalists as the “quintessential expression of human awe of these incredible giants of the sky,” according to PelicanNetwork.  More than 40 of Bianchetta's works grace the interior of the Lodge's Lobby, Fireside Lounge, and Dinning Room.  In exquisite flight, reposing in cliffside arbors and feasting on sea lions that have died, the many aspects of Condor's coastal behavior are shown in the photos.

“This is the work of an extraordinary artist who has a special connection with a rare species,” observed René Robles, Big Sur Lodge General Manager.   “We are excited to celebrate this magnificent effort with Daniel’s breathtaking photography.” Bianchetta’s home and studio are close to the heart of the condor re-introduction area. He has been photographing over two decades primarily in the color photographic process.  His sensitive eye finds him creating deeply moving and emotional images of the Big Sur Coastline,
A highlight of the exhibit was the reception  hosted by Heller Estates Winery of Carmel Valley. Joe Burnett, Senior Biologist of Ventana Wildlife Society, talked about the condor re-introduction project at the reception (
VWS is the only non-government managed condor re-introduction project in the country). Photographs from the exhibit are on sale to benefit the Ventana Wildlife Society.

The California Condor, the ancient bird, the largest in North America, has excited the world’s wonder.  Big Sur is the heart of this wondrous bird's remarkable re-introduction to the wild. Not long ago Condors were on the brink of extinction. In the mid-1980s the last condors were captured in the wild, bred in captivity and then successfully re-introduced to the wild.


Daniel's Museum Show on the California Condor was at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History.


Daniel’s Museum Show on California Rock Art was at the Maidu Interpretive Center in Roseville California.  The exhibition was on display for approximately 6 months.

His fine art photography has been exhibited in numerous galleries and is in private collections internationally.

For future bookings of the Ancient Echoes Museum Exhibition, please make inquiries through Daniel.

" Ancient Echoes ” Daniel’s Museum Show at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History was a very successful exhibit attended by over 8,000 people.  It consisted of over 60 20 X 24 fine art prints of petroglyphs & pictographs with educational and wall text materials.  The Smithsonian did the next exhibit at the museum.  Daniel also provided the museum with a lecture on the Rock Art that was filmed and aired on television.