Bill Zacha, Mendocino Art Center (1960s).
Bill Zacha with Dorr Bothwell, in her studio (Look Magazine 1962).
Mendocino has a 19th-century charm that is not usually associated with exploding, modernistic California. It was formerly a redwood logging center. (Look Magazine 1962)
Bill Zacha by Olaf Palm. Oil on canvas (1980).
William Zacha, American Man, portrait by Jim Bertram (mixed media 1975)
Inside the Albert Brown House, Bill and Jennie Zacha with friends (1959). Fran Moyer (left) , Jennie Zacha (center), maybe Jean and Russell Crotty (rear), Bill Zacha (standing). One of Bill’s watercolors of the Piazza del Popolo (Rome) is over the fireplace, and one of Fran Moyer’s welded steel sculptures to the side.
Jennie Zacha (1958)
The Albert Brown House in 1959, Bill and Jennie’s first home in Mendocino.
Lucia Zacha, with her father, in the front yard of the Albert Brown House (1959).
Three Zacha bronzetti, Bay Window Gallery, Mendocino ().