A display of work by wildlife artists, including “The Vanishing - Western Black Rhino (Now Extinct)” by artist Carrie Cook, will be on display this weekend at Open Road Inifiniti at 5995 Collection Dr.

A display of work by wildlife artists, including “The Vanishing – Western Black Rhino (Now Extinct)” by artist Carrie Cook, will be on display this weekend at Open Road Inifiniti at 5995 Collection Dr.

via the Langley Times:

After a successful fourth annual Artists for Conservation Festival, the world-class art exhibit will make an encore appearance at Open Road Infiniti in Langley starting on Thursday, Nov. 27.

The exhibit includes some of the latest original artworks by leading nature and wildlife artists from around the world.

Accompanying the four-day exhibit will be live birds of prey, music, and a chance to mingle with some of the artists.

“The reaction to this year’s bear-themed festival was overwhelmingly positive,” said Jeff Whiting, founder and president of Artists for Conservation.

“Each year, our goal is to share the conservation message through art to a broader audience. Our partnership with OpenRoad Infiniti allows us to do just that.”

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