Art and Photo Gallery

Pale Fox scratchboard by Sandra Haynes

Original Art

Wildlfe Artist Sandra Haynes is a professional artist from Eastern Oregon and the Wildlife Clinic's "resident artist". Some of her scratchboard, oil and pencil art are available for sale, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Clinic. Please note--all of her images are copyrighted. She may grant written permission for some uses if you ask nicely at mail@sandrahaynes.com.

Photographs

Below are links to collections of photographs of the animals at the clinic. To get started, click on any of the above pictures or the name links. When the slideshow player starts, look for the Full Screen icon in the lower left corner, above the first thumbnail shot--the pictures look even better big!. Feedback is always appreciated--contact the webmaster (especially if you have trouble viewing the slides).

If you enjoy these pictures, please consider supporting the work of the Clinic. The Donation page describes several convenient ways to make a monthly or single payment. Every cent will be used for the animals.

Vlado Sklenar is a European professional photographer based in Hood River. You can view his work at his website, www.photovlado.com, or look below at a few of his shots around the Clinic. Please note--all his photos are copyrighted and may not be downloaded or used without his express permission. Write him here: vlado@photovlado.com.
Jim Appleton is a professional photographer from Portland whose work has been published in Outside, Plazm and The New York Times Magazine, among others. His website is www.jimappleton.com. His photos, too, are copyrighted and may not be downloaded or used without his express permission. Contact Jim here: mail@jimappleton.com.
Susan Lestock is a clinic volunteer and want-to-be photographer following in her father's footsteps. She was instrumental in creating the annual benefit for the Wildlife Clinic.
Frank Rodrick is an amateur photographer from San Diego and your humble webmaster.



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