"Sandhill Crane" (left) and "Whooping Crane" (right), by Sally Gilchrist
Collect limited-edition prints by Gorge-based artist Sally Gilchrist. A portion of your purchase will be donated to the Preserve the Wonder campaign to acquire and preserve 420 acres of beautiful Gorge landscapes.Sally Gilchrist is an artist from White Salmon, WA, who is inspired by nature and natural history. She was in the process of carving two large cranes drawn by John James Audubon when she attended a Friends in the Columbia Gorge event and was inspired by a presentation about the Preserve the Wonder campaign. Sally decided to donate $100 of the purchase price of each print of the cranes to the campaign.
About the art: Two prints are available. The Whooping Crane and Sandhill Crane prints are styled after John James Audubon. Each print are drawn, carved, and printed as a linocut, which is similar to a woodcut but using a linoleum-based rubber instead of wood. Each print is 26 by 40 inches and printed on Rives BFK cream heavyweight paper. The series will not be numbered but limited to what is sold before December 2017.
How to purchase: Prints are $350 each. $100 of the purchase price of each print will be donated to Preserve the Wonder. To purchase, go to Sally's Gilchrist's website, sallygilchrist.com, or email her at email@example.com.