We had an excellent meeting Tuesday evening. Many thanks to Chris Doffitt of LDWF, our speaker, and everyone who came out. I came home very aware that I had promised many blog posts about a variety of things, and this is the first of those.

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Sabine NWR     (Photo by Bette Kauffman)

In its own words, Union (Parish) Museum of Art and History “will come roaring to life with its next exhibit, ‘Wild!‘ featuring wildlife art.” The exhibit will open January 31. The works of nine regional artists will be displayed, as well as art by local students.

Our own Charles Paxton, who did not tell us he is also an artist! will screen his new video featuring North Louisiana wildlife. Charles, you must be sure to let us know exactly when the screening will take place!

The Union Museum is located at 116 N. Main St. in Farmerville. The “Wild!exhibit will remain up until March 17. Visit the Museums website or Facebook page for more information.

Special note: My photo with this post is for visual interest only. It is not part of the exhibit.


3 thoughts on ““Wild!” – art for naturalists

  1. I loved your idea about our “educational” knowledge being shared. I whispered to Charles that he could do a video! He’s very talented. Kimmie too. Both photographers.

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