Association of Animal Artists Exhibition on now!

Every year the Association of Animal Artists (AAA) generously selects a charity to benefit from fundraising by their members during that year, this year they have selected Wader Quest to be that beneficiary.

We are of course delighted and very grateful to this wonderful collection of artists who have offered to give up a proportion of the sale price to help us to fund wader conservation.

As the artists sell their work during this year it is collected by the AAA and presented to their chosen charity, in this case Wader Quest, at the end of the year.

Part of that fundraising involves two exhibitions where the members’ work is displayed and sold, and the first of these is happening now;

From the 8th April you will be able to visit Castle Park Arts Centre in Frodsham and be transported into a world of animals!

There you will be able to admire artworks created in a wide range of media including acrylics, oils, coloured pencils and pastels and even interesting printing methods. This means that there’s a whole host of styles on display at each exhibition, making them a true celebration of all natures’ beauty.

All exhibited work is for sale, with a percentage of proceeds going to Wader Quest.

Please do visit the exhibition, it’s open to everyone and is free to enter.

Feel free to spread the word and visit AAA on Instagram: or the AAA’s Facebook event to share it and invite all your friends too!

The more of these wonderful artworks that are sold, the greater the benefit will be to wader conservation.

Eurasian Oystercatcher by AAA member Katina Johnson


Wader Quest is an entirely voluntary organisation. As such we are always looking for people to help us run the charity. If you have a little time to spare and an inclination to be a part of the world of wader conservation, then please get in touch with us;