For many young people, sheltering at home means missing milestones and public recognition of their achievements.
It’s graduation season, but in 2020 many young people will not get the recognition they have worked so long and hard to achieve. Graduation time is a transition point to the next stage of your life. Graduating from High School means leaving home and moving into a dorm room at college or an apartment on your own or with roommates. Graduating from college or university means starting a career, purchasing a home and really launching into your own life.
Horse Photography for Graduation
In March 2020 much of the world came to a stop. The pause button pressed from this global pandemic, Covid-19. The Corona Virus sent college students packing. Some returned home to live with Mom and Dad back in their childhood bedroom. For seniors getting ready to graduate in just a few short months, they were left to finish their schooling in a virtual environment and are not getting a public graduation ceremony. No pomp and circumstance march being played and graduation caps thrown into the air.
Those university level graduates are now looking forward to launching their careers, purchasing a new home, moving into their own apartments and decorating. For those graduates that love Horses or recognize that their environment has the ability to help them feel empowered and soothed – they may be choosing to use Horse Photography to help achieve that. Perhaps a lovely canvas for their home office as they start their new virtual career by working from home.
Or perhaps the new graduate has a big corner office in a high rise building in some major city. They are certain to need powerful wall art to inspire them at work.
I wall art is not a good fit your graduate might be learning to cook on their own or entertaining dinner guests after the social distancing gets lifted. Jody L. Miller Horse photography has a line of unique and useful glass cutting boards with powerful horse photos printed on them.
High School Graduates would love Horse Photography as well. High School seniors also got short changed on their graduation celebrations. No Graduation parties with friends and family. However, they do get to start thinking of how they will decorate their dorm room in the fall when college starts up. Or if they are going directly into the workforce, they too can find inspiration in horse photography as wall art.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries: Van Gogh’s Ear Gallery on Whiskey Row in Prescott, AZ and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch. Several images are also available at the current exhibit, Click: Expose The West showing at The Phippen Western Art Museum