art, science, culture
Photos, Graphic Images & Art
Celebrating salmon in the visual arts
Unless otherwise noted, photos and images are copyrighted by Dennis Lloyd Kuklok. Most are available for use at nominal or no charge, with special consideration given to non-profit organizations and public entities involved in salmon research, protection, education and outreach. Contact us if interested.
Portion of a proposed salmon interpretive park along Ketchikan Creek.
Design: Dennis Lloyd Kuklok
Photo Blog: Rocky Brook & The Dosewallips River
When a family of river otters spent an afternoon eating four large coho salmon in Rocky Brook, I grabbed a new camera I had begun using, a fancy single lens reflex Nikon. Unfortunately two things happened. First I was so excited about getting such a close view of these marvelous creatures that I was less than steady in how I held the camera. Second, I was still unfamiliar with the camera operation. The result was a seried of jerky, unclear photos. Still I managed to get a few that turned out okay.
Salmon Illustrations, Graphics & Cartoons
The illustration on the backs of the cards in the new SalmonSense game tries to show the full life cycle of a kind of wild salmon, from eggs to spawning adults.
Click on image to see it full screen.
Salmon Themed Art & Interpretation
Chum Bronze Mural,
Dosewallips State Park near Brinnon, Washington
Artist: Still to be identified (no name on piece.
This piece was commissioned through Federal funds allocated for public art as part of the bridge project in 2000.
The pieces show the salmon life cycle, from eggs to alevens to fry and adults.
Click on image above to see entire mural.