OPS Feature Artist
Inspiring conservation and awareness through art
OPS is often approached by artists around the world seeking to contribute to both OPS’ mission and public awareness about issues such as wildlife conservation, climate change, and protecting oceans and marine life.
In response, we are launched our ‘OPS Feature Artist’ partnership program that features a different artist on a rotating basis. A few times a year, OPS will highlight the work of profiled artists, showcasing their artwork to motivate and ignite the activist in each of us.
OPS believes in the power of art and imagery. By featuring the amazing artwork of ‘artivists’ around the globe, we are committed to inspiring individual action and fostering collaborative solutions to the Planet’s most pressing issues.
All media and artistic platforms are invited for consideration. Contact us to become the next OPS Feature Artist.
Ashley Habernal is a self-taught wildlife artist residing in Ontario, Canada. She works in several mediums such as colored pencils, ink, watercolor, acrylic and pastels, but her favorite and signature method of creation is with fine liner pens. She has a special interest in depicting marine megafauna, such as whales and sharks.
Ashley loves to use her work to connect the viewer to the wildlife with whom we share our planet and to promote conservation causes.
She is a proud member of Artists for Conservation and has donated work to conservation groups such as Lwiro Primates and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. You may see more of her work at www.thedottedwild.com
All artwork featured here is available for purchase and benefits OPS. Each and every purchase helps to support our mission!
To see Ashley’s other creations and original artwork, connect with her on social media (Instagram) @thedottedwild or view her complete art collection for purchase here.
**Note: Prices listed below are in Canadian dollars and do not include shipping costs (they will be added by Etsy during checkout). All prints and originals come unframed. Shipping of prints only available within North America, but Digital Downloads are available worldwide.**