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Mission Statement




WASA aims to foster the study, practice and appreciation of wildlife art in artistic media,  encourage the exchange of ideas and experiences and promote the work of its members. The spirit and strength of the Society is in its recognition of animals and plants in habitat as worthy sources of inspiration and themes for serious art. WASA has a special interest in fostering an awareness, understanding and appreciation of Australia’s unique indigenous flora and fauna. Our art today reflects a contemporary view of nature and artworks may exemplify the naturalistic or interpretative mode of expression. We actively and proudly support a charity or non-government organisation which works for environmental and/or wildlife issues.








Being a WASA member has many benefits, including access to our monthly warble (e-newsletter), which contains useful information about upcoming event and current news.

You’ll also have access to our members area. In there you’ll find reference material, video presentations by commercial artists which contain insightful tips, techniques and stories to further spark your interests and develop as an artist.

12 months January to December and joining fee $10. New members who subscribe after 1st. September are considered paid in full for the current and the next year.

Access the member’s library here. This content is password protected and is only available to those who have paid for membership. Please contact Kris Peter for the password.










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