Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting wildlife, wildlife art and the artists who create it. 

Our club participates in many local events throughout the year to promote our activities and our artists. We host the Reflections of Nature Art Show and Sale each year.

The objective of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association Inc. (SWAA) is to promote the education, development and public appreciation of wildlife art.

SWAA was formed in 1986 by local artists seeking to increase the exposure and acceptance of wildlife art. Since that time our membership has grown in include members from across the province and beyond, with each year bringing promising new artists to the public's attention. The member artists of SWAA have a wide variety of interests from painting, drawing and photography to bird carving, sculpture and relief. 

For more information about us email Beth.


SWAA hosts the Reflections of Nature Art Show & Sale each October. 

SWAA participates in a variety of shows:
- The Sports and Leisure Show (March 2 - 5, 2017)
- The Collector Show (March 17 - 19, 2017)
- Saskatoon Exhibition (August) 
- Sundog (December) 

SWAA members are encouraged to participate in these shows. NOTE that members can promote themselves at the Exhibition and at Sundog, but cannot make actual sales at either location. 


SWAA members will have a Spring Show & Sale:
- Friday evening, June 9 from 7 - 9 pm
- Saturday, June 10 from 10 am - 4 pm
In the Art Barn at the Glen at Crossmount which is just minutes south of Saskatoon on the way to the Casino via Lorne Ave / Hwy 219.  Click here to visit their website to see the facility.

Contact Beth Campbell (campbell.beth@gmail.com) if you want to participate.

The next day (Sunday, June 11) SWAA members can gather for our annual spring BBQ at the home of Leroy & Rina Royer. 

SWAA Workshops
May Workshop Air Brushing with Bob Lavender
June Art Sale & BBQ
June Workshop: Adeline Halvorson Pet Portraits (Oil)

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