Mount Diablo: Visions & Vistas Exhibit

Stunning panoramic photos and paintings of Mount Diablo, and close-ups of mountain wildlife, make up the new Mount Diablo: Visions & Vistas exhibit at Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek, CA. The exhibit of original art and photography runs through Labor Day and is cosponsored by Save Mount Diablo.

Local artists and photographers capture Mount Diablo’s ever-changing face, from veiled in fog to snowcapped to glowing at sunset. Animals depicted in the exhibit include hawk, woodpecker, owl, lizard and butterfly. Entry to Mount Diablo: Visions and Vistas is free with general admission to Lindsay Wildlife Museum. (The art and photo exhibit will not be open weekdays during museum camp weeks, June 24-28, July 8-12, July 22-26 and July 29-August 2.)

Some works from the exhibit will be available for purchase throughout the summer run. A portion of the proceeds helps support the museum. Special thanks to Diablo Magazine and KKDV Radio, media sponsors for Mount Diablo: Visions and Vistas.

Lindsay Wildlife Museum is located at 1931 First Avenue in Walnut Creek, CA. Admission to the museum is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors 65+, $5 for children 2 -17, and FREE for members and children under 2. Go to or call the museum at 925-935-1978 for more information.

Lindsay Wildlife Museum connects people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for the world we share.


Acorn woodpecker
Acorn woodpecker photo by Wendy Sparks



Wendy Sparks Harrier soaring
Soaring Harrier photo by Wendy Sparks

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Barn Owl art by Jennifer Capra

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