Jo Anne Mc Arthur Rescued 'Greg the Steer' Photo at Farm Sanctuary


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From our late October 2023 fundraising event at our Los Angeles studio, hosting the beloved Gene Bauer and Farm Sanctuary,  we were graced by an exquisite collection of art — introduced as Farm Animal Portraits- in Sanctuary. 

We were fortunate to have been able to access and curate selections from visionary  fine-art photographer Jo-Anne Mc Arthur, whose work has been featured in esteemed galleries and art publications.
This photograph of rescued 'Greg the Steer', by Jo-Anne Mc Arthur, is a noble portrait that brings us closer to appreciating an animal’s gentle grace and asks of us to consider & value their complex inner emotional life- their sentience. 

With these limited available portraits, we invite you to become part of the Farm Sanctuary community who stands with and for the animals, the environment and for a more just & compassionate food system for all. 

As Gene Bauer spoke of the devastating environmental impact and immeasurable suffering that farm animals endure hidden away behind 
the dark cold walls of factory farming, we also learned about Farm Sanctuary’s remarkable work to change hearts, minds  and affect meaningful laws & legislation for real life solutions to end this cruel and unsustainable system of oppression. 

From every portrait sold, 100% of the revenue goes directly to Farm Sanctuary.

To learn more and support Farm Sanctuary, please visit

Farm Sanctuary Portraits - In Sanctuary                                                                                                           

Photo 11" x1 4"                                                                                                                        Framed 17" x 21"

Artist Bio:  Jo-Anne McArthur is an award-winning photographer, author, photo editor, and sought-after speaker. Through her long-term body of work, We Animals, she has documented our complex relationship with animals around the globe. Since 1998, her work has taken her to over sixty countries.
In 2019 she founded We Animals Media. McArthur’s books include HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene (We Animals Media, 2020), with co-editor Keith Wilson; Captive (Lantern Books, 2017); and We Animals (Lantern Books, 2014).  She has also been a jury member for World Press Photo and Mont Photo. McArthur was the subject of the critically acclaimed 2013 documentary The Ghosts in Our Machine, which followed her as she documented the plight of abused and exploited animals and advocated for their rights as sentient beings.

McArthur’s photography and writing has been in publications such as National Geographic and National Geographic Traveller, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Lens Culture, Medium, VICE, Canadian Geographic, DAYS Japan, Helsingin Sanomat, Der Spiegel, PhotoLife magazine, Huffington Post, Outdoor Photography, and Feature Shoot. In addition, We Animals images have been used by hundreds of organizations, publishers and academics to advocate for animals.

 McArthur speaks internationally at schools, universities, and conferences on the subjects of photojournalism, the human-animal relationship, social change, and empathy. Recent keynote speaking engagements have included the Norwegian Photography Festival, Wildscreen, the GDT Nature Photography Festival, the Minding Animals conference in Mexico, the Civic Journalism Lab at Newcastle University, England, Animal Legal Defense Fund conferences, Humane Canada’s annual animal welfare conference in Calgary, Canada, and at Harvard Law school. In 2022, Jo-Anne was a Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at the University in Denver’s Department of Law, and in 2018, a visiting scholar at the University of British Colombia’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies.

Jo-Anne McArthur hails from Toronto Canada



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