TULSA, Oklahoma - Nature and wildlife artists from across the world are in Tulsa this weekend for the NatureWorks art show and sale.

The show has a little bit of everything from paintings to sculptures. The artists are in Oklahoma from 25 different states and Africa.

NatureWorks is a volunteer organization that raises money for wildlife conservation and is responsible for the bronze sculptures that sit along Riverside in Tulsa.

"We call this museum-quality art,” Mike Linscott said. “One of the things we are known for is having high-quality art from high-quality artists. You may see something you don't like, but you know it's good."

The display continues through Sunday at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center. For $5 you can get in the door from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.