Wildlife Art

Wildlife Art by Various Canadian Artists

Enter the enchanting realm of our “Wild Kingdom Art” collection, where the beauty and majesty of wildlife come to life through captivating photography and stunning artworks. From the graceful flight of birds to the regal presence of bears, the playful antics of cats and dogs to the elegant stride of giraffes, this gallery showcases the diverse wonders of the animal kingdom.

Explore a vibrant array of wildlife art and photography that celebrates the essence and spirit of each creature. Every piece tells a unique story, whether it’s the fierce determination of a hunting predator, the tender bond between parent and offspring, or the delicate balance of life in the wilderness.


Discover talented artists and photographers who skillfully capture the raw power, elegance, and charm of wildlife in their creations. Whether it’s the intricate details of feathers, fur, or scales, or the dynamic compositions that transport you to their natural habitats, each artwork invites you to connect with nature in a profound way.

Whether you’re an animal lover, a wildlife enthusiast, or simply appreciate the beauty of the natural world, our “Wild Kingdom Art” collection offers a glimpse into the fascinating lives of creatures big and small. Immerse yourself in this gallery and let the wonders of wildlife inspire awe and reverence for our planet’s biodiversity.

Wildlife has been a source of inspiration for many artists since the beginning of humanity. Right from cave drawing of mammoths, artists have been using wildlife in their art.

Animals, birds, amphibians, even fish are used in art in many different ways. From art about rural life and growth, to myths and legends. Art helps us explore our relationship to wildlife and make us more aware about how we care for animals and the environment.

Wildlife & Spiritual Meanings

The spiritual meaning of animals and birds, just like a totem, are of elevation, enlightenment, hope, and wisdom. Power animals follow this meaning and provides us with unique gifts in the form of unique and independent perspectives and personalities. Similarily, animals in art have been used to depict our treatment of people. 

Certainly, there are many different cultural symbolisms of wildlife from Ancient Egyptian, Celtic, Greek Mythology, Mayan and Native American.

We all have a favorite animal, one we either resonate with or just like. When we were younger, it was probably a dog or a cat or a bunny. As we get older it changes, as we change and grow.

Here is a list of Spirit Animals and their meanings.  See which one you feel fits your personality. 



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