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Save Our Bees

The intention of this work is to call attention to the array of native bee pollinators, living in the Northwest and to understand what is needed to protect the habitat of these pollinators.  We must eliminate the use of neonicotinoid-based insecticides in our gardens and industrial farms if the bees are to survive.  Including native plants into our landscapes benefit the native bees. For questions or to place an order contact Cyndi Strid. Some of these images are also available in one of Cyndi’s gift card collections. Click here for more information.

Save Our Birds & Butterflies

This series was designed to illuminate some of our favorite local bird and butterfly species of the Northwest that are now designated as endangered or species of concern.  The images are drawn with powdered glass and put in the searing hot kiln to fuse, multiple times. The glass images are displayed in hand crafted boxes, some of which are light boxes. For questions or to place an order contact Cyndi Strid.

Save Our Salmon

About the Salmon Postcard Set:  An inspirational postcard collection, offering practical ideas to protect rivers and salmon habitat, for people everywhere.  Click on Stay Connected to order your Save Our Salmon Postcard Collection. For questions or to place an order contact Cyndi Strid. Some of these images are also available in one of Cyndi’s gift card collections. Click here for more information.

Save Our Whales

About the Whales: This collage and mixed media image of the whale was created to honor the magnanimous spirit the whale holds in the hearts of human beings living in every place on the planet. For questions or to place an order contact Cyndi Strid.

Save Our Frogs

About the Frogs: Frogs are considered a particularly valuable species in that they give us information about the health of our waters.  Sadly, NW frogs are endangered and we may consider this a call to action for us to protect our common habitats and improve water quality in every way possible.  These works of art are intended to remind us that we share our waterways with many species of frogs. For questions or to place an order contact Cyndi Strid.