Books & Prints

Prints of any of my images are available in two sizes, in limited editions of 25. Prices vary depending on the number of the edition. For example, 1 of 25 is a lower price than number 25 of 25. My photographs are optimized and printed by a Master Printer, Mr. Mark Muse. They are printed on fine art archival papers and matted with white 8-ply museum quality mats, and then shipped flat.

Please send an email if you would like to purchase prints or signed copies of my books: keron @

Riding with Oliveira – My Time with the Mestre – Forty Years Later
Dominique Barbier and Keron Psillas

Coming in November, 2018
The true Mestre is a person who directs and changes your life. Renowned champion of classical equitation principles and bestselling author Dominique Barbier names the revered Portuguese equestrian Mestre Nuno Oliveira as his. “Through great discipline, scholarly, serious inquiry and analysis, and a nonstop relentless passion, he formed his understanding of the Equestrian Art,” says Barbier. “As any student of Mestre Nuno Oliveira will know, he was anything but a simple man.”

Over several years Barbier had the unique opportunity to form an intimate relationship with Mestre Oliveira. In this deeply personal book with collaborator Keron Psillas, Barbier chronicles their time together. Beginning in a tiny, dimly lit riding hall in Póvoa de Santo Adrião, Portugal, where seminal moments of Barbier’s riding education dawned under the watchful eyes of many luminaries of the European riding elite, the book then explores what came later when Barbier studied with the Mestre in Avessada and traveled with him to Belgium. Barbier’s recollections are complemented by those of three other equestrians who learned from the Mestre: Dany Lahaye, Bettina Drummond, and Luis Valença. The result is a remarkable and insightful retrospective of one of the most extraordinary horsemen of all time.

Books are $29.95 plus shipping – Click here to join the waitlist

Loss and Beauty Book

Loss and Beauty – This book features stirring photos by Keron Psillas to illustrate the conversation that Keron perceived between Terezîn and Auschwitz – it is a conversation that continues to this day – one of searching, one of fear, and one of sadness, but ultimately one that illustrates the power of beauty/love to overcome darkness and evil.

“Looking at the images, I feel the fear, sadness and sorrow that must have haunted her on her long and arduous way to cope with the questions and thoughts that stirred her so deeply. Keron did not want to give up hope, light, beauty. She filled her photos with the images and the forces of her soul. With her humanity. And created a shining example of the importance of beauty and love and the powerof creativity in the struggle to overcome darkness and evil.” 
From the Foreword by Hannelore Brenner, Author of The Girls of Room 28

Keron’s photographs don’t require the viewer to do anything more than to be there and feel the moment, experience the moment. They are pictures that we can’t memorize but can’t stop looking at. In doing so, she reminds us of the enduring message of that horrific event, “Never forget”.
From a Loss and Beauty Review by Arthur Meyerson

Books are $35.00 plus $5.00 shipping – ORDER HERE

medf2Meditation for Two, with Dominique Barbier. This widely acclaimed book features poems and photos by Keron Psillas, with an extensive essay by Dominique Barbier on the relationship between our equine partners and ourselves. It is a soulful book, appropriate for anyone interested in the meaning of consciousness and how we craft our lives.

“Meditation for Two begs to be given as a gift or to be enjoyed in a quiet moment in your favorite sun-splashed nook.” ~USDF Connection, July/August 2012
Hardbound, 72 pages, $25.00


Alchemy of LightnessThe Alchemy of Lightness, Dominique Barbier & Maria Katsamanis. The latest book from French Classical Dressage Master, Dominique Barbier. The link between contemporary scientific inquiry into molecular change and what happens to us in relationship with our equine partners is explored in this ground-breaking book. “Stunning imagery, sensitively realized” is just one of the fabulous reviews for this volume. Hardbound, 160 pages, 30 photographs, $27.95


Four Days in HavanaFour Days in Havana, Keron Psillas. Recounting my trip to Cuba in November 2014, three photo essays offer an intimate portrait of a vibrant but suffering land. Famed photographer Eric Meola said “What’s there to say when the student outdoes the teacher? …wonderfully photographed, simply sublime.”                                                            Softbound, 80 pages, 66 images, $55.00

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