The Artists In Canada Directory ArtistsInCanada maintains a directory of links as a free service to the arts community.
Nova Scotia Wildlife Carvers and Artists Association in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Pacific Flyway Decoy Association A non profit group dedicated to the preservation of wildfowl art and sculpture.
The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting wildlife, wildlife art and the artists who create it.
Shuswap School of Woodcarving Welcome to the annual gathering of the Shuswap School of Woodcarving at the Sorrento Centre in Sorrento, BC. Please join us for a week of woodcarving/watercolour and fellowship with those with similar interests.
The International Wildfowl Carvers Association Promotes wildfowl and fish art including the traditional art of wildfowl carving.
Prairie Canada Carving Show & Competition Twenty-two years ago, a group of wildlife enthusiasts got together and founded the Association with a goal of promoting an appreciation for wildlife through carving. Today, Prairie Canada's goal remains the same and we continue to support and promote our deep appreciation of wildlife through our annual Show and Competition. Over the years, our competition has grown to showcase a variety of carvings, including waterfowl, song and shorebirds, fish, traditional carvings, as well as, stone, bark, bone, and antler carvings. The Prairie Canada Carving Competition has not only grown in size, but has developed into one of North America's premiere competitions.
The Ward Museum of Wild Fowl Art The most comprehensive collection of wildfowl carving in the world invites you to explore this unique, indigenous North American art form from antique working decoys to internationally acclaimed contemporary sculpture and painting.
Central Fraser Valley Woodcarvers Their annual "Art of the Carver" show is usually held the first weekend of May, the next show will be the 25th Annual Show.
Pacific Brant Carving and Art Show Wildife carving competiton including sales booths featuring BC's best wildlife artists.