Wombat Art Works

April 14, 2011

Wombat Art Works 1st Anniversary

258 South Main Street Waynesville, OH 45068

(513) 897-7174 Info@WombatArtWorks.com


 Friday April 29th from 6:00 – 9:00

“Meet the Artists” Open House

Wine & Hors Devours Served

 Sunday, May 1st from 4:00 – 7:00

Special Guest Artists/Speakers

John Agnew - Kali Armstrong

DeVere Burt - Gary Denzler

Debbie Lentz

Share their adventures on Florida’s

Choctawhatchee River

“In Search of the Illusive Ivory Billed Woodpecker”

With World Renowned Artist & Explorer

John Ruthven

Wombat is proud to have a framed print of

Mr. Ruthven’s Painting “Ivory-Billed Woodpecker” on display and for sale

 The original of which was commissioned by the US Department of the Interior

Wine & Appetizers Served


This should be a great event as some of the Artists presenting on the 1st are Nationally and Internationally known and Kali Armstrong is Neil Armstrong’s Granddaughter.  And, as of last night, the plans are that John Ruthven himself will be in attendance, but due to his age that could change at the last minute.  If you don't know who John Ruthven is, he is referred to as the “20th Century Audubon”, is from Cincinnati, is Internationally known, has met the President of the United States , has received the 2004 National Medal of Arts and has his work displayed in the office of the Secretary of the Interior in Washington…so, he is a very big deal J www.Ruthven.com .  We will have a framed prints of his painting of the Ivory Billed Woodpecker (mentioned on the attached flyer) for sale at the gallery.



“Give the gift of ART”


Wombat Art Works

258 South Main Street Waynesville, OH 45068

(513) 897-7174 Info@WombatArtWorks.com



Adobe Photoshop Workshop May 17, 19 & 21 - Adobe Illustrator Workshop May 21, 24 & 26

Jewelry & Art Workshops (dates to be announced)

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Wombat Art Works at (513) 897-7174


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