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Art Exhibit Opening with Bill & Linda Renc
Friends of the Island Parks is sponsoring an Opening Reception Tues. Jan. 22 for artists Bill and Linda Renc at the Honeymoon Island Nature Center.
Bill's work includes oil paintings & prints of the island's landscapes, birds and fish. Linda's nature-oriented calligraphy combines painting and drawing, as well as quotations.
The artist couple have owned the Painted Fish Gallery in downtown Dunedin for 18 years. Bill's art book "Painting the Town and the Beaches" is also available at the Nature Center. The show continues through April 19.
More About Honeymoon Island State Park
More than 900,000 guests visit Honeymoon State Park every year, according to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The 2,810-acre park, home to ospreys and great horned owls, is a beautiful barrier island inhabited by shorebirds. Visitors can swim, fish or study nature. Two nature trails traverse pine and mangrove forests, and pets are allowed in designated areas. The Cafe Honeymoon, right on the beach, offers stunning views of the water off the barrier island's shore and is a great location for events.