One of my photos from my trip to Interagro (fabulous Lusitano breeding farm in Brasil) is the cover of the September issue of Dressage Today! I’m so tickled that they chose this image as it is a favorite of mine and the favorite horse of Dr. Paulo Gonzaga, founder of Interagro Lusitanos. Also in the issue are other images from that trip, included in a story about Dr. Hilary Clayton. And….there is an interview and photo essay that I did with Mestre Luis Valença. So I am pretty psyched about it. Now, to grab some copies for the archive!
I have just completed my annual two week stay on Whidbey Island. I had the very great honor to be assisting Sam Abell and Arthur Meyerson in their respective workshops. As always, the students were fantastic and set the bar high for each class. The work produced was super and in every instance each student pushed their own work forward. This is incredibly gratifying for a teacher. Each class excelled in their attitudes and willingness to create new work and to try to see in an expanded manner. So congratulations to the participants….and big gratitude to Lisa and Karen at the Pacific Northwest Art School for promoting these two Masters and their classes. It doesn’t get any better, ANYWHERE!
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congratulations on living YOUR photograph dreams…YOU set the bar for sam and arthur, and they are lucky to work with you! your work is getting out into the world where it belongs, and we are all lucky to see it happening. bravo, talented one.
Thank you, Honey! : ) It’s awesome having a SUPERFAN!!!!! much love, k
Beautiful cover Keron! I will have to go get a copy and read the article. I have been practicing my photos and may have a good one to show you sometime soon! Congratulations on your successes!
No way..that was your photo on the cover of Dressage Today? That was a fantastic capture !
Way! I made that shot in Brasil, at the home/farm of Cecilia Gonzaga: Interagro Lusitanos. It’s one of my favorite destinations on the planet! Cecilia is gracious, hilarious, warm, and super hardworking! My kind of Gal. But the whole facility (and it is tremendously big) is run in such a professional manner. Oh…and then there are the horses. Wow.