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Wild things will be at Arts on Coast Gallery Friday
Artwork by Carol Hartley, Arts on the Coast
Artwork by Carol Hartley, Arts on the Coast

By Debbie Hallman, Special to the News

Do you happen to know Where the Wild Things Are? Reliable sources claim that this Friday evening, Nov. 4, quite an exciting variety of artwork featuring just this theme can be found at the Richmond Hill Arts on the Coast Art Gallery. 

Located at the Richmond Hill Visitor’s Center, 10750 Ford Avenue, local artists will be displaying an abundance of nature’s trophies in the form of a variety of art mediums for your viewing and purchasing pleasure.

Fish, fowl, and foliage - lemurs, lizards, and llamas - just imagine the pleasure of capturing their images beautifully framed on the wall of the gallery - or of your own home, rather than having to fight the humid, itchy, and uncomfortable conditions that often plague the hunter’s search of the outdoors for such prizes!

ArtNite’s Where the Wild Things Are promises to be an entertainment-filled evening. From 5:30 to 8 p.m., in addition to the artwork, visitors can enjoy refreshments and the musical entertainment of popular singer/songwriter Adam Nye, all free of charge.

Visitors may also enter a drawing by purchasing a $5 ticket at the event to win an original piece of artwork donated by an original local artist. The drawing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on the night of the opening reception. As always, artists will be on site, mingling with guests and happy to answer questions regarding their art, as well as about interests guests may have in participating n any aspect of the local arts community. The tremendous growth of Richmond Hill brings with it a myriad of talented new residents, all of whom are welcome to offer their talents and to enjoy the friendly and creative community of Arts on the Coast. As a matter of fact, an announcement of newly extended hours for the Gallery in order to accommodate this growth will be announced.

So please, come spend this Friday evening at ArtNite - where the wonderful, the winsome and the wild things are!

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