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INSPIRATION WILD BOOKS INSPIRATION WILD PERSPECTIVES
CAMEO PAINTINGS

WAMA and Australian Geographic have collaborated to produce a beautiful wildlife art calendar for 2018, featuring WAMA artists.Australian Geographic Art Calendar 2018

WAMA is excited to bring you the 2018 WAMA edition of the Australian Geographic Art Calendar. This year’s artists are: Elizabeth Cogley, Paul Margocsy, Sally Elmer, Peta Boyce, Mali Moir, Linda Weil and Peter Slater.
These calendars make great Christmas gifts.

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Inspiration Wild: An Artistic Celebration of Nature and Environment
- $120 inclusive of postage

WAMA’s first publication is the art book Inspiration Wild: an Artistic Celebration of Nature and Environment. The concept for this book was developed in parallel with the planning for WAMA’s 2014 launch to showcase a selection of art work and essays by some of Australia's artists with international reputations working in this field today.

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The works were selected by a panel with this brief in mind, and to emphasise and showcase the diversity of art works in both style and mediums, yet all derived from the same inspirational source. It is not intended to be a collection of the best, and certainly not all of the artists of this stature in the nation, but as an indication of the potential which is in the wider art community. It brings together artists who are dedicated wildlife artists with those who would perhaps never consider themselves as such, but who derive their inspiration from the same source. Hence the analogy with the WAMA tree inside the cover. It is an indication of a potential way forward in collaboration and with artistic recognition of our source of inspiration.
This book, as it developed, became a stunning collection of inspired art and essays, the like of which has not been attempted before for such a purpose, and WAMA is justifiably proud of its first publication in the international field of art books. We are very honoured to have the foreword penned by Robert Purves AM, who is very supportive of this project. The book is now available for sale, and we are very grateful to all the artists for donating the rights to their art and images for WAMA to create this wonderful book, and use the profits for its fund raising.

Hardback. 134 pages. 308mm by 308mm


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Inspiration Wild: Historical Perspectives and Future Challenges - $20 inclusive of postage

This insightful analysis looks at the development of the wildlife art movement through time, with thoughts about its future directions. With a forward by Prof Sasha Grishin, AM FAHA and authored by Dr Anita Pisch, BA (Hons) UNSW, MCDARTDES (COFA), it features illustrated artworks from WAMA’s 2014 Sofitel Launch.
Paperback. 34 pages. 210mm by 210mm



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Steve Morvell
' New Blood Tarengire'


Greg Postle
'Drift'


Chris McClelland
'Pantherus pardus'


Warwick Fuller
'Shadows'


Mali Moir
'Rock Flathead'

 

Peter Voice
'I think I saw some Redrumps'

Linda Weil
'Beeeater'

Glenys Buzza
'Sparrow'

Lyn Diefenbach
'Little Celebrations'

WAMA Supporting Artist Cameo Paintings

These original artworks were donated by artists featured in the inaugural publication of WAMA Inspiration Wild: An Artistic Celebration of Nature and Environment.

They represent the artists’ different responses to the brief to create works “inspired by nature and the environment” and are for sale. The proceeds will go to WAMA.

Quality wood frame. 300 x 400 mm.

Price: $400 + postage .

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