Friday, February 26, 2021

March Member Store Page - Online Now!

 This is super exciting for members of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. We have officially launched the SWAA Member Store Page. Make sure that you check it out! Our plan is to change the pieces each month, so be sure to visit it often.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Terry Minter - from southern Saskatchewan

 Meet Terry Minter - living in Moose Jaw, is one of our southern Saskatchewan members. Terry creates magic with his pencil art. 

White Tail Deer Buck

Visit his website to see more of his work:

Martie Giesbrecht Renewed her Membership

 Martie Geisbrecht is an active member in the arts community, especially in Warman where she is a part of Route 11 Creative Arts Centre. She is also a very accomplished artist. Welcome back to Martie! 

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

New member Sarah Fizgerald-Neale

 Sarah Fitzgerald-Neale is a new member of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association.  Sarah and her husband John have recently launched a new business making signs and frames by hand using solid pine. Visit their FB page to find out more at:

Sunday, February 21, 2021

Welcome new SWAA Member - Lillian Donahue

Lillian Donahue has joined The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. Lillian is a photographer and painter from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. It is always exciting to meet new people and see what they do.

Friday, February 19, 2021

Past President has Renewed her Membership

It is fairly typical that the person who is managing a blog for an association forgets to include something of fair personal importance. Like that she renewed her membership. Quite a while ago. And this has happened here. She was so busy blogging about everyone else that she missed herself!

Beth Campbell is the Past President of SWAA and Past Chair of Reflections. And she loves to create. Painting - all mediums on anything that doesn't move. Carving. Sculpture. Photography. Felting. Writing. Sewing. Knitting. Crocheting. And working on blogs or websites. Does playing the piano or gardening count? She feels there is no point in getting up in the morning if you can't create something that day! 

Former Feature Artist Judy Kasdorf renews her SWAA Membership

 Judy Kasdorf has been the recipient of many awards and honours including the privilege of being The Reflections of Nature Art Show's Feature Artist in 2017.

Over the years Judy has worked hard for SWAA - she was the secretary for many years and is an active volunteer at Reflections. In spite of the fact that she is working full-time she has volunteered at almost all SWAA events. 

Find out more about Judy at her SWAA Member Page 

Visit her website to see her most recent work.

SWAA Member John Van Cleemput

 John Van Cleemput has renewed his membership with The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. He is a wonderful photographer - we are sure you are going to enjoy his work! 

"Looking Good"
8x10" Photo for $20 + postage

8x10" photo for $20 + postage

Visit John's SWAA Member Page to learn more about this amazing photographer.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

Another membership renewed - Sheila Tysdale

 Sheila Tysdale has renewed her membership with The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association (SWAA).  

Sheila will have a piece in the SWAA Members' Sale page for March  - Click Here to check it out.

To see more of Sheila's work Click here to check out her FaceBook Page  - she is so talented! 

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

James Clow - renewed his membership

James Clow is an exceptional artist and we are proud that he is a member of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. People are sure to remember his paintings - this is one that he has had in a past Reflections of Nature Art Show & Sale. 

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Our new Treasurer - Laurie Friesen

 We are so pleased that Laurie Friesen has renewed her membership in The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association and that she has agreed to act as our treasurer. 

Also glad that we expanded the parameters of SWAA to include domestic animals - Laurie is an extremely accomplished Equine Artist from Saskatoon. 

Be sure to check out her website: 

Reuben Unger's FB Page

Reuben Unger is a long time member of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. He has been widely recognized as an extremely accomplished carver winning many awards and being featured in various articles. He was the Reflections of Nature feature artist in 2016. 

Visit Reuben's FB Page to see his most current news and work.


This carving was featured as the poster
piece to promote Reflections 2019.

Friday, February 12, 2021

Colin Chatfield - Membership Renewal

 SWAA is fortunate to have Colin Chatfield as one of their members.

Colin is a photography, well actually he is a "photo-artist" since he likes to digitally manipulate his work.

Colin is an active member. He regularly attends the planning meetings and offers valuable input. He has worked as a judge at Reflections and at the Saskatoon Exhibition Arts Showcase. Colin often instructs at workshops including ones at Reflections.  He has agreed to work on producing a newsletter for SWAA along with Tara Magee. Both Colin and Tara help with SWAA's social networking. 

Colin is also a member of Saskatoon's Camera Club. 

Find out more about Colin on his SWAA Member Page

Thursday, February 4, 2021

SWAA Member Harvey Rebalkin

Harvey is an active member of The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. Since he retired he has become even more active and is now the Chair of our Reflections of Nature Art Show & Sale to be held in October.

Lucky for us - he has renewed his membership. 

Among other things, Harvey enjoys painting butterflies.  

Monarch Symphony

See more of Harvey's work on his SWAA member page

Monday, February 1, 2021

SWAA Member Cynthia Stock

Cynthia Stock is the current secretary for The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. 

She was born and raised on the Canadian Prairies and now lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada with her husband, two children and numerous goldfish. 

Cynthia was trained as a veterinarian at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine but now prefers to spend her time painting and drawing fish and other wildlife. While she prefers to work with watercolour, Cynthia loves to also experiment with pastels, acrylics and inks.

Cynthia’s work has been exhibited at the Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association’s Reflections of Nature annual show, receiving top awards for its category.