Beginning March 6, 2018 and running through April 24, 2018, the Seaside Public Library presents fine-art photography by Jody Miller.

The exhibition is titled “The Wild Horses of Camague" and will hang in the Community Room and foyer.

In 1984, Jody Miller uprooted her life and moved to Thermal, CA. She lived on a local Arabian horse ranch while a friend trained the horses.

“On the outside, it looked like I was mucking stalls, feeding and grooming horses, being a ranch hand. On the inside, this was my therapy, discovering how to reconnect to the world. This Arabian ranch and these beautiful beings had become my eye in the storm that I now called my life. I had found my place where I could not only persevere, but discover who I was and how I felt about it. I was looking for a soul connection, my soul’s connection. While I could not put this into words to talk about, I knew that I would find it with the horses as I took their photos.” 

We are fortunate to show Jody’s work at the library.

Be prepared to feel the strength, beauty, and passion of these majestic animals through her imagery.