Artists Supporting Conservation
Artists supporting snow leopard conservation are a vital group of supporters who share their talents in honor of the ghosts of the mountain.
Contributing photography or artwork to an auction or project helps us create new and exciting ways to share our message. Some artists choose to donate a percentage of their total sales, or from the sale of a particular product through their own channels. Based on our needs (for auctions or sale on our website), we will occasionally accept in-kind donations of artwork such as paintings, sculptures or prints. Please be advised that we reserve the right to sell donated artwork for the benefit of the cats at a price we see fit.
We are deeply grateful to every artist who helps us encourage long-time supporters and reach new audiences through their work.
If you are an artist interested in partnering with the Snow Leopard Trust, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office for more information at 206.632.2421.
We are proud to partner with the following artists:
Anne-Marie Kalus – Photographer
Brad Allen – Photographer
Brian Czarnik – Photographer
Chad Killoran – Artist
Chris Conn – Photographer
Diane Versteeg – Scratch Board Artist
Emmanuel Keller – Photographer
Eric ‘Kuba’ Ash – Photographer
Gary Johnson – Painter
Glenn McColl – Photographer
Harry Bowers – Artist
Images in Ivory – Photographer
Jackie Morris – Author/Painter
Jamie Bolinaga – Artist
Jason Brown – Photographer
Jess Hansen – Painter/Digital Artist
Jim R. Harris Photography – Photographer
Julie Felton – Graphic Designer
Lisa Ann Sparks – Glass Artist
Lisa Watkins – Painter
Marilyn Mandala – Painter
Melissa Dent – Painter
Michael Pape – Painter
Mina Jaguar – Photographer
Naomi C. Rose – Artist;Author
Natalie Mascall – Pastel Artist
Pamela McDonough – Painter;Sculptor
Richard Badger – Photographer
Robert Bateman – Painter
Stephen Oachs – Photographer
Wendy Barnes – Designer
Please note: we appreciate the financial support from our artist partners. This does not mean we endorse their products or work.