College of Veterinary Medicine

From the Dean

Update on Art in the Library

by Bryan 6. March 2012 11:38

As I fly past Chicago (it is very clear today) listening to some wonderful Schubert (performed by Michel Dalberto) I am writing to update what I recently told you about the photography of Holly Irish and her Clear Focus On the Human-Animal Bond.

At a reception last week for Holly and her art I met her parents, who had come over from Sequim.  I learned from them that when they are out and about with Holly these days they no longer hike, rather they amble or stroll – the photographer's eye needs time.  Someday I hope to amble more...but, I digress.

I wanted to point out two recent newsy items that highlight Holly and her work came out in association with this reception, one in the Daily Evergreen and one at WSUNews.  The latter includes a broader exploration of different aspects of how the human-animal bond is explored in our college, including a remembering of some of Leo's legacy.


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3/8/2012 1:19:54 AM #


I love animals with such a passion and think that our life would never be complete if we did not have them, they are needed part of my life for sure! I have 7 cats and 1 dog and never can stop taking pity on any poor creature I see on the streets, so you cant imagine how happy made me, giving me the chance to see the lovely way Holly has shown the human-animal bond through her photos. Thanks for provind us this info, Briyan!
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3/8/2012 1:57:31 AM #


Holly is really great. She presents in an unique way the strong relationship between humans and animals. I simply adore dogs.

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