On view in Paris

The Vente-Privée building displays art on its artistic headquarters building on the north side of the city. For a week in November, it's a series of Chattel portriats:

Kinescope Gallery opens in New York

A new gallery opens with Chattel as the first show. All are welcome at the opening reception, Sep. 8, 2016, 6-8 p.m.

New goats

I was able to meet and photograph some new goats at the Island County Fair this summer.  Seven new works have  just been added to the Chattel collection.

Camerawork Gallery in Portland features Chattel Aug. 27 through Sep. 30, 2016.

Camerawork Gallery
Peterson Hall - Linfield College Nursing School Campus
2255 NW Northrup Street, Portland, Oregon 97210
On the Portland Streetcar Line - NW 22nd & Northrup Stop
Enter outdoor plaza and then Peterson Hall.
(503) 701-5347  (message phone)
9am - 4pm Monday - Friday, Saturday 9am-5pm

Chattel featured at PDNB in Dallas

The "Critters" show at PDNB Gallery in Dallas will run through August 27, 2016.

Lizzie #1

Introducing a new collection. . .  Easy Travel To Other Planets

A new image in Life Everlasting

A crow and her partner completely dispatch a rabbit in a day and a half.

About the cover

This is the ferry from Friday Harbor as seen from Fisherman's Bay on Lopez Island. It's dusk, and that's the glow of Vancouver to the north. I used the long exposure to extend the idea of transport through a mystical space.

aCurator features Chattel

The online magazine acurator.com is featuring the goats and sheep starting Sep. 14. They are in very good company with some terrific photo projects, curated by  the amazing and energetic Julie Grahame. The images look best in her full-screen presentation.

New Portraits 

A recent visit to New Moon Farm Goat Rescue and Sanctuary yielded a few new portraits. Stanwood, Mandy and our old friend Jake are featured at the top of the Chattel page.

Jake, in a different mood

Jake, in a different mood

Stanwood #1, photographed at New Moon Farm, June, 2015

Stanwood #1, photographed at New Moon Farm, June, 2015