Queensland Wildlife Artists Society
The Society was established in 1983 in Brisbane, by a small group of artists interested in fostering the study and appreciation of wildlife art specifically relating to Australia's unique species.
QWASI became incorporated in 1995 and membership has steadily grown to include artists from all over Australia and overseas.
- To engage the general public and to educate them through art, on the importance of preserving Australia's unique natural heritage, and the imperativeness of environmental sustainability.
- To organize and publicise environmentally themed art exhibitions with a large number themed to Australian species.
- To assist young and emerging artists to achieve their potential with access to workshops, demonstrations and mentoring by leading master artists.
- To use exhibitions to increase awareness of species and habitats covering a wide spectrum of flora and fauna that are threatened, from around the world.
- To generate career support and professional development opportunities for artist members.
- To facilitate art sales and commissions to support conservation and artists.
Our most recent event, ‘International Wildlife in Art 2016’ was held in July/August at the Logan Art Gallery, located in Logan Central.
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