Sandy Moser's blog

Sunday, 26 June, 2022
 The snow leopard is an Endangered Species and is very rare. I have called this painting "I'm     Engdangered" with the hopes that it may bring attention to their plight.
Thursday, 28 October, 2021
 On September 4, 2021, The Guardian of Innocence won an Honorable Mention in the Snow Leopard Conservancy's Art & Poetry Contest - 2021 the Resilient Mountains.I was honored to allow the Conservancy to use two of my paintings for prints and cards. Those two paintings are The Guardian Of Innocence and Always Alert.To find out more about this organization you can find them at: 
Thursday, 3 June, 2021
I love to paint tigers and have done so for the last decade. Thanks to Emmanuel Keller for the reference photo.The Siberian tiger also known as the Amur tiger, lives in a small region in the southeast of Russia. They are also found in small numbers in China and North Korea. There are approximately 400 – 500 tigers left in the world, with the highest percentage living in Russia.The Amur tiger is one of the largest cats in the world. It averages about 3.3 m (11 ft.) in length, with a tail measuring 1 m (3 ft.). Adult male Siberian tigers can weigh up to 320 kg (700 lb.), while females are...
Thursday, 22 April, 2021
Earth DayApril 22, 2021 -“Do You Want To Play?” , “Just Chillin” and “I See You” were selected for the All Planet Earth Exhibition by the Contemporary Art Gallery Online.www.cagoline.galleryMany plant, bird and animal species are on the species at risk list around the world. The Amur(Siberian) Tiger is one of these species. Everyone can help the planet by just doing small things. For example:Plant a tree.Use less plastics and reuse plastic.Pick up garbage in your neighborhood.Don't throw garbage on the ground. Pack out what you pack in.Reduce...
Wednesday, 17 February, 2021
This wolf painting "Contentment" won a Talent Award for the Art Show International Competition. Timber wolves are one of my all time favourites to paint. Wolves live in packs and need this connection for hunting and raising young ones. At one time, wolves were killed for their fur and were often seen as pests who killed farm stock. However, due to conservation efforts the timber wolf populations have increased.I painted this wolf in a serene pose. I took the photo reference at the Schubenacadie Wildlife Park in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Monday, 1 February, 2021
 Nova Scotia Nature Trust - January 2021.DONOR OF THE MONTH – SANDY MOSERWe, at the Nature Trust, are so very fortunate to be blessed with the most wonderful donors, supporters, and volunteers (that being YOU), all of whom find personal, meaningful, and unique ways in which to give; Sandy Moser is no exception.Sandy is an international, award winning artist who is inspired to paint the wild creatures of the world, and we have the honor of Sandy choosing to support us, through her artistic talents. Sandy started her journey with the Nature Trust...
Thursday, 28 January, 2021
Page 16 • Guysborough Journal • Wednesday, January 27, 2021 www.guysboroughjournal.comWildlife artist attracts interest of global conservation groupBy Janice Christie, Local Journalism Initiative reporterSHEET HARBOURFounded by Canadian artist Jeffrey Whiting in 1997, Artists for Conservation (AFC) has a global membership of 500 nature or wildlife artists from 30 countries that have a commitment to conservation. The mandate of the non-profit organization is to support wildlife, habitat conservation and the environment through art.Sheet Harbour artist Sandy Moser received...
Tuesday, 12 January, 2021
ONLINE GALLERIESYou can see some of my work at the following sites.Art In Canada – www.artincanada.caArtist Portfolio Magazine - Art Room Gallery . www.artroomgalleryonline.comContemporary Art Online Gallery. – Sandy Moser Art Facebook – Wildlife Art GalleryFacebook – Art in Canada  Fine Art America - www.fineartamerica.comFusion Art Gallery Art Gallery - www....
Saturday, 9 January, 2021
J. Mane Gallery Fins, Feathers & Fur September 29, 2020 First Place WinnerSandy MoserI’m Looking At You J. Mane Gallery is pleased to present its 2nd Annual Fins, Feathers & Fur International Online Juried Art Exhibition.  Animals have been a source of inspiration for many artists. From art about rural life and growth, to myths and legends, animals are used in art in many different ways. Art can help us explore our relationship to wildlife and can help us think about how we care for animals and the environment. For this...
Saturday, 9 May, 2020
May 9, 2020 – “A Mother’s Love” won the Sapphire Award at the gallery ring “Bright Spirit” Competition. You can check out their website at  This painting was created from an image I had taken several years ago. My husband and I paddle amongst the loons each year. We feel privileged to be able to photograph them in their environment.