Artists Announced For The North River Wildlife Fine Art Exhibit

Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Watcher by Irma Herzog
The Watcher by Irma Herzog

The artists exhibiting in the North River Wildlife Fine Arts Exhibit are Sandy Babb, Jo Ann Bracey, Joan Clark, Nancy Diwan, Lee Fritch, Erika Gerger Halter, Irma Herzog, Beth Jacobs, Judi Ann Hostetter, Suzanne Huffman, Janice Kennedy, Mary B. Lynch, Lynne A. Mayer, Kris Musgrave, Carol Ruocco, Linda Rugina, Anne Thomas and Evelyn Marie Williams.  

There will be an artist meet and greet reception on Sunday, Dec. 30, from 4-6 p.m., at the North River Civic Center.

For more information contact Linda Rugina at 870-8924.



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