Aspen Valley rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife and releases them back to the wild! Each year, the Sanctuary rescues 1,000+ animals – many in need of around-the-clock care. The Sanctuary is also home to 30+ permanent wildlife residents, all of whom have heart-wrenching survival stories!
Jocelyn Anderson is an award-winning wildlife photographer whose current focus is on birds. She is widely known for her ability to hand feed many different bird species, while recording the moments.
Paul Bond's award-winning art is in worldwide private and corporate collections. He draws from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism where symbolic and fantastic elements blend with realistic atmospheres, unveiling a world where anything is possible!
Amélie Bonin is a wildlife artist from the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu area of Québec, Canada. Her paintings represent animals living in their natural environments and they invoke a deep respect and sense of duty to protect natural habitat, wildlife, and all its beauty.
Bonnie Hastings' watercolour paintings focus on the intricacies of flowers and
depict the many moods of Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada. Currently, her work is showing in the Southampton Art Gallery, Ontario, Canada.
Amelia Kraemer is a mixed media, encaustic artist who uses layers of wax, paint, and ephemera to examine her mental health and find solace and healing. She teaches encaustic and mixed media courses at her studio, Upwards Art Studio, in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Missy Mandel's wildlife photography pulls viewers into the wonders of the natural world. Her photography explores the emotions and intelligence of wildlife, and she strives to bring people closer to see better the detail, colour and spirit of a wild creature.
Tanya Markvart's work is inspired by the beauty of the North Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula where she resides. She is founder of SHOW YOUR LOVE! Art by People for the Planet, and her work was recently shown at the Red Schoolhouse Gallery in Ferndale, Ontario, Canada.
Mark Nadjiwan is a self-taught artist whose style is primarily a “fusion” of the Woodland and Northwest Coast Native art traditions. His roots are grounded in the Georgian Bay and Lake Superior Treaty regions, and he is a member of Neyaashiinigmiing Unceded First Nation.
Michael Pape's award-winning paintings have been shown around the world and are in high demand. His work is inspired by the innate intelligence, emotion and sensitivity in all animals. He aims to re-create each animal's unique individual value, essence and emotion.
Helena Renwick's popular acrylic paintings celebrate the ever-changing beauty of the Muskoka region throughout the seasons. With vivid colour, subtle shading, and intentional contrast, her landscape paintings are alive with the full splendor of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.
Ofra Svorai's paintings reveal an appreciation for the beauty of the Beaver Valley area of Georgian Bay where she resides. Over the years, she has received 14 awards and honourable mentions, and her work has been shown in many outdoor shows and galleries in Ontario, Canada.
Jane Vanderniet lives in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada, a place that provides a rich source of inspiration. Her work focuses on natural landscapes and decorative representations of objects. Her paintings encourage people to look at a particular subject with a little more excitement and reverence than usual.
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