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Ohioan Robert Hines used art as a forum to educate people about the wonders of nature. In the year Hines would have celebrated his 100th birthday, the Hayes Presidential Center commemorates his contributions to nature conservation and art in the exclusive exhibit The Wildlife Art of Bob Hines.
The exhibit, on display now through August 14, 2012, brings together a broad collection of Hines’ work from public and private collections. It was created with guidance from John D. Juriga, author of the illustrated biography “Bob Hines: National Wildlife Artist” set for release in 2012. Funding for The Wildlife Art of Bob Hines is provided by The Fremont Co., Diversified Insurance Service, Learn to Give Foundation of the Toledo Community Foundation, and Ohio Department of Natural Resources-Division of Wildlife.
The Wildlife Art of Bob Hines is on exhibit in the Hayes Museum 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays and noon-5 p.m. Sundays (the Museum is closed Mondays and on Easter day). Admission is $7.50/adult, $6.50/seniors age 60+, $3/children ages 6-12, and free to children age 5 and younger. For information call 800-998-PRES.