Irene Stroshein has renewed her membership with SWAA. Irene is a talented artist who you will see volunteering for SWAA at all activities.
Monday, December 21, 2020
I am hoping to get examples of work from some more of our renewing members to post here. These members include:
- John VanCleemput
- Ian Sutherland
- Sharon Walker
- Reuben Unger
- Russ Mann
- Wayne Keating
- James Clow
These are just some of the great artists you may see at Reflections 2021 and at some of the various activities we have during the year.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Monday, December 7, 2020
Connie has renewed her SWAA membership for the 2020/2021 season.
She is a wildlife artist from Mistatim, Saskatchewan.
Cathleen has renewed her membership for the 2020 / 2021 season.
Cathleen Mewis is a talented photographer whose work has been published frequently over the past year.
See more about Cathleen at her page on our SWAA website at: https://wildlfeart.blogspot.com/p/cathleen-mewis.html
Saturday, May 9, 2020
|Stick Handling by Cathleen Mewis|
Any other SWAA members wanting to get their page on the site should email: email@example.com.
Monday, May 4, 2020
With the impact of Covid the Richmond Carvers have created a virtual Carving Show & Competition, The Richmond Carvers' "Artistry in Wood" Virtual Carving Show. Deadline for entries May 28.
Wildfowl Carving Magazine’s Third Annual Online Competition
You can start entering this Wildfowl Carving Competition on May 1 with a final deadline of May 31.
A note from the editor of the Wildfowl Carving Magazine:
Aside from all the other things, carvers have seen their favorite shows get cancelled due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. We hope that our online competition will help, at least in some way, to fill the gap. And as our way to support the carving community, we have decided to drop the registration fees from $35 to $10, and we will donate 100% of the registration fees to the United Way’s Covid-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. We hope you will enter your carving and look forward to seeing what the wildfowl carvers out there are creating.
- Tom Huntington, Editor
Wildfowl Carving Magazine
Monday, April 27, 2020