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We will be continuously expanding this section to provide information on a number of the major players in the nature art and related fields including, art societies, art galleries, magazines and nature art publishers. We will also be enabling visitors to submit their information on these organizations to steadily expand the data base and to make the frequently used reference sites easily accessible.

Meanwhile, we have provided  links to important associations and societies who we would hope to cooperate with in their pursuit of promoting the interests of their artist communities.

The American Society of Marine Artists

The American Society of Marine Artists was founded in 1978 as a non-profit, tax exempt organization, whose objective is to recognize and promote marine art and history, and to encourage cooperation among artists, historians, marine enthusiasts and others engaged in activities related to marine art and maritime history.


American Pastel Society

Pastel Society of America is an association of professional and emerging artists who work in the pastel medium. Founded in 1972 by Flora Giffuni, PSA is the oldest pastel society in existence in America. PSA is a model for standards of excellence well recognized by the art community here and abroad.

Through classes, workshops and demonstrations they attract and encourage new talent in the use of pastels. provide viewers with an opportunity to appreciate pastel as a lasting, permanent art form. In addition to the PSA's annual juried exhibitions at the National Arts Club , they regularly organize regional exhibitions for its members. Artists interested in forming pastel societies in their own local areas are welcome to contact PSA for start-up assistance.

American Pastel Society
National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-533-6931
Fax: 212-353-8140


The Wildlife Art Society International (UK)

The Wildlife Art Society was founded in 1992 with the purpose of promoting a greater appreciation of the wildlife art genre- the animals, plants and wild places which provide the stimulus and inspiration for all such work. The Society acts as a forum for wildlife artists, providing opportunities for them to share their common interests and raise their individual profiles through Society exhibitions and other events. The Society also focuses members' attention on the activities in the national and international wildlife art arena.


The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA)

The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA), established in 1941, has had well known leaders, including Group of Seven painter, Lawren Harris. The FCA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and professional development of artists, and services for art collectors.

Dedicated to its aim of gradually raising the artists standards by stimulating participants to greater heights of achievement, they opened what is believed to be the first completely artist-sponsored gallery-workshop-studio in Canada.


Federation of Canadian Artists
1241 Cartwright Street
Granville Island
Vancouver, BC V6H 4B7
Tel: 604.681.8534 | Fax: 604.681.2740

Queensland Wildlife Artists Society

The objectives of the Society are :
· To promote a wider interest in Wildlife Art throughout the community.
· To use art as an educational tool in bringing the environmental message to children.
· To assist Wildlife Conservation groups to raise funds and to work closely with them to increase awareness of Endangered and Threatened flora and fauna.
· To hold regular exhibitions of members work and of guest artists.
· To offer a place of inquiry for potential commissioners of art.
· To offer encouragement and positive assistance to further members interests, knowledge, understanding and technical skills with regards to wildlife art.


Artists for Nature Foundation

The Artists for Nature Foundation uses art produced by renowned and talented artists from all over the world. Their art serves as a medium to draw attention to the need for nature conservation as an essential element of sustainable development.
ANF is a catalyst between the public and nature conservation organisations, using the arts to present the message in a variety of forms.

The organization has supported a number of projects around the world that are described on their web site at    http://www.anf-yb.nl/

Nature in Art Trust

Through its activities, and in particular, through Nature in Art, a museum in southern England, the Nature in Art Trust aims to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the diversity of art inspired by nature through its collections and exhibitions and by arranging travelling exhibitions and loan exhibits to and from different parts of the UK and the world. It also arranges lectures, art courses, and other activities which explore the common ground between art and science and between conservation of nature and the artist. There are special facilities and programmes for the education of young people and adults.  Nature in Art is keen to develop international cooperation and exchange of ideas and to encourage initiatives relating to art inspired by nature. The Nature in Art collection currently embraces fine, decorative and applied art spanning 1500 years by over 600 artists from more than 60 countries/cultures.



National Academy of Professional Plein Air Painters

NAPPAP is a coalition of professional artists pooling knowledge to support and collectively grow artistically/professionally. A leading group both in standards and professional ethics.


Wildlife and Botanical Artists Group, Australia

The Wildlife and Botanical Artists Group of Canberra, Australia was established in 1998 as an informal, active group of artists. They are a non-profit community group where artists can meet to support and encourage each other, provide instruction and friendship, and forge links between artists of differing abilities and interests.

The group recognises flora and fauna as being sources of inspiration for art. This expression also reflects the bond formed between art and science.  They acknowledge and encourage diversity in style, subject matter, and interpretation.

Through promotion of the group, its philosophies and activities, they hope to advance an appreciation of our natural heritage within the community. Exhibiting opportunities are created through the year to showcase the artwork of our members and promote the group.


Wildlife Art Netherlands

Launced in 2004 by Willem H. Smith and Frank Wolf, Wildlife Art Netherlands  is the first and main website in the Netherlands to promote and provide details of all Dutch wildlife artists. Both contemporary artists and artists from the past such as Poortvliet, Dik and Keulemans. This non-profit website also focuses the attention on national and international events and activities and offers a host of information and facts about wildlife art in general.

Contact: mail@wildlife-art.nl


The American Academy of Equine Art

 The American Academy of Equine Art, Inc. was established in 1980 by a group of ten distinguished artists to maintain a degree of excellence within the genre, and to promote the academic representation of the equine form in drawing, painting and sculpture. The AAEA serves to educate and encourage a broad awareness and appreciation of contemporary equine art as a specific and distinctively worthy segment of fine art in America. The AAEA is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.

     In fulfillment of its mission, the AAEA organizes and presents exhibitions throughout the United States . An annual exhibition features works of Founders, Full members and invited artists. A yearly, open, juried exhibition spotlights the works of aspiring or emerging equine artists. Each year, the Academy sponsors workshops in equine drawing, painting and sculpture at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington and other locations in the USA. An AAEA Artist in Residence program has been initiated at the Kentucky Horse Park to further the organization’s goals.


Marwell International Wildlife Art Society (MIWAS)

The Marwell Art Society was founded in early 1999, operating as an association of wildlife artists supporting the work of Marwell Zoological Park in Hampshire, United Kingdom. The group has grown rapidly to become the largest wildlife art society in Europe with well over 300 members. In 2004, their title was changed to 'Marwell International Wildlife Art Society' (MIWAS) in order to more accurately reflect the composition and needs of the members. In late 2005, the art society became independent from Marwell (though still supporting their aims and working with them) and was integrated within a limited company.

Each year, the art society has held its fabulous annual exhibition of wildlife art, which is housed in the wonderful listed building 'Marwell Hall'. The 2004 exhibition was opened by celebrity presenter Anneka Rice.

New members are actively welcomed, irrespective of experience and membership offers a great atmosphere and an unrivalled package of benefits!!


The Wildlife Artist Association

The Wildlife Artist Association was founded in 1992  to meet a perceived need for talented artists to band together for the promotion of wildlife conservation through professional quality wildlife art. The purpose and objectives of WAA, therefore, is to apply special emphasis on the protection of endangered species, while supporting wildlife care and rescue facilities by promoting  members artistic work.

Barbara Perrier, a current member of the WNAG, is a past President of the Association.


The American Watercolor Society

The American Water Color Society, incorporated in 1903, has an annual juried exhibition of the A.W.S. which is open to all artists worldwide. The exhibition awards now exceed over $30,000 with over 10 medals annually. Active members number approximately 500, with almost 2000 associates.

Traveling shows  were initiated in 1905, visiting Buffalo, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, St. Louis and several other venues.On occasion, the society has also selected an outstanding artist or individual who has contributed to the advancement of fine art in general and watercolor in particular. This person  receives the highest A.W.S. honor, the Dolphin Medal, at the annual awards banquet.

American Watercolor Society 47 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 1000


The Society of Animal Artists

The Society of Animal Artists is an association of animal and wildlife painters and sculptors. Founded in 1960, the Society is devoted to promoting excellence in the portrayal of the creatures sharing our planet, and to the education of the public through its informative art seminars, lectures and teaching demonstrations. Some of the finest animal artists from the United States, Canada, Europe, Africa, Japan, and Australia are represented in the Society's membership. 

Society of Animal Artists, Inc
47 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10003
212.741.2880 TEL
212.741.2262 FAX


The Colored Pencil Society of America

The Colored Pencil Society of America is a very active society that supports artists working with colored pencil. They have over 1700 members throughout the US and 14 other countries. On their behalf, the National Board works diligently to educate the public and artistic world about the fine art of colored pencil.

Members also receive:

  • A national newsletter, To The Point, 3 times per year.
  • An International Members Directory
  • Lower entry fees for exhibitions and national workshops.
  • The opportunity to earn Signature Status
  • A full convention with meetings and workshops held each year
  • Access to test results regarding product and lightfast information.

 Kay Schmidt, Membership Director
P.O. Box 634, West Linn, OR 97068, USA


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