Being Human With the Dog Photographer | Great Big Story
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Being Human With the Dog Photographer | Great Big Story

Wegman Weimaraner photography
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We dogs may do almost anything to play the role of creative muse. Just take a look at the Wegman Weimaraners — some wild outfits they wear!…

We dogs actively enjoy art and culture, when we get to join in with our human pals. In fact, we may do almost anything to play the role of creative muse. Just take a look at the Wegman Weimaraners — some wild outfits they wear!


“Welcome to Wegman’s Wild World of Weimaraners, where dogs bake cakes and lounge like royalty. Known to the world as the “dog photographer,” William Wegman has spent the past 45 years dressing and posing his canine muses in elaborate ensembles, finding whimsy in the absurd. His work is at measures droll and enchanting, evoking awe in audiences around the world. And, his pups have had their share of the limelight, making appearances on everything from Saturday Night Live and Sesame Street, to movies and galleries worldwide.” ~ Great Big Story


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JoAnn Chateau

JoAnn likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about Chester, the Alpha Bichon -- with a dash of humor and a dab of Poli-Sci. Her views and insights are tinted by a former profession in Counseling, Christian theological studies, and training in Library and Information Science. Retired now, JoAnn enjoys the creative life.

Chester

Chester is a scruffy little Bichon dog, with a congenial Napoleon Complex, and stars in "The Chester Chronicles." He sometimes reports independent Canine News -- NO corporate treats accepted, NO corporate bias. Woof!

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Graffiti Girl (GG) is curator at JoAnnChateau.com. She's progressive to the core, and easily blown away by serendipity and/or good food. (OK, GG is really JoAnn.) GG's posts signal that news or content from another website is a "must-see" and "must-remember."