Best Friends: The Dog as Subject in Fine Art Photography

The personal collection of photographers Bill and Alice Wright's dog-centric pictures (including some of Bill's own work) is more profound, funny and soulful than I even imagined, wrote Brian Bethel of the Abilene Reporter News

As Bill puts it:

"...all the photos 'speak to so many different emotions,' he said, although a sense of fellowship permeates many — the conventional label of 'man’s best friend' being easily apparent."

I love that word "fellowship" applied to our relationship with dogs. It conveys equality and mutual reciprocation, not a master/owner attitude. I've never heard our bond with dogs described that way and I think it is just perfect.  

This collection is available from The Grace Museum in Abilene, Texas and from Humanities Texas. Contact curator@thegracemuseum.org.

Sully  by Evan Sisley - obtained with permission from the office of George H.W. Bush

Sully by Evan Sisley - obtained with permission from the office of George H.W. Bush

Church of Santo Tomas

People's Lives

Images from the Book

This collection is available from The Grace Museum in Abilene, Texas and from Humanities Texas. Contact curator@thegracemuseum.org.

Photographs from the Natural World

Photographs from the Natural World

This exhibition continues to develop. Please contact Bill Wright for the latest additions.

Women of the World

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Flowers by Alice Wright

To book Women of the World or Flowers by Alice Wright, contact Bill Wright.