<< Back to the Current Gallery

Soul Salmon Gallery IV: New Fish
All photos, unless stated otherwise, are © Sara Mall Johani. Please feel free to use them and please credit the photographer whenever you do.

This new Soul Salmon edition is finished by well known Northwest artist Amy Burnett for the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group.

The artist Ela Brickson with her "Esmeralda", sporting similar spawning attire at the mobbed Holly's Flowers opening at PT Gallery Walk June 2/01.

"Save the Last Dance for Me". Sponsored by Jefferson Land Trust. Crafted by Ela Brickson; on display at Holly's Flowers through June.

The completed Oncorhynchus Bodacicus. (see the press release)

Oncorhynchus Bodacicus again.

Loren & Lane painting: Loren White and Lane Quine in their Port Orchard studio with Oncorhynchus Bodacicus in process. They call it Salmon Rhythms.

Loren White painting: Loren White putting the finishing touches on the 8-foot Soul Salmon male. It will migrate farther than any salmon on Wednesday -- to Chicago. See story.

Lane Quine taping: Lane Quine has been a partner to Loren in the work for a decade. He is taping the exacting lines for the painting to follow, creating the correct tension in the form. See story.

Lynn DiNino's "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner". This fish is looking for a new sponsor. Please contact Soul Salmon if you are interested. Photo by Ken Wagner

City Council member Bill Evans with Soul Salmon and admirers in the Municipal Building in Tacoma.

Soul Salmon tilts Olympia on Love your Shorelines Day, Feb. 14th.

Linda Okazaki works on Soul Salmon for Jefferson Art Center Project. Photo by Ann Katzenbach.

  << Back to the Current Gallery

Copyright 1999-2002.
Soul Salmon is a registered trademark of Tahmanawis Org.
Site maintained by CyberSense. Original site design by Dru Jay.