New exhibits opening June 6 at Arts Bonita

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Arts Bonita will open two new art exhibits June 6, and they will be on display through July 18.
Call of the Wild is a juried exhibition which invited artists to submit works that explore our love of the natural world – in a way that celebrates the wondrous variety of flora and fauna that surrounds us. The artwork displayed features depictions of nature from the wider perspective of a landscape, to an up-close and personal study of plant and animal species.
The intention of this exhibition is to draw attention to the beauty and delicacy of our environment and all that which inhabits it. This exhibition features artwork of all media from a variety of submitting artists who share a love for the natural world. Artwork will be selected and awarded by a guest juror, who will present the awards at the opening reception.

Dominick Tascher

Into The Unknown exhibit features the works of artist Dominick Tascher.
Dominick was born and raised in Bordeaux, France. He discovered his passion for the arts at a young age; always drawing and aspiring to be a car designer or an architect. Growing up in one of the most beautiful cities in France, he was surrounded by history and visual arts. He soon acquired a love for music and paintings. Dominick’s path led him to become a physician instead of a car designer or architect… but his passion for the arts and painting never left him. Moving to St. Martin with his family in the late 80s, the Caribbean’s beauty and colorful culture inspired him to return to his easel and start painting again. His journey did not stop there – he relocated to the US in the early 2000s and has lived in Florida since then. Dominick is a self-taught artist whose work is inspired by periods like Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, and Street Art. His study of Zen Buddhism has also served as inspiration.
On Thursday, June 6 from 6 to 8 p.m., Arts Bonita will host a reception for both exhibits. The reception is free and open to the public.
The Visual Arts Center is located at 26100 Old 41 Road.
For more information, call 239-495-8989 or visit at


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