Small-town artist shoots for the stars

Richard Doyle holds his commemorative water color collage he created for North Ridgeville’s Bicentennial in 2010

Richard Doyle holds his commemorative water color collage he created for North Ridgeville’s Bicentennial in 2010

The January meeting of the North Ridgeville Arts Council will feature artist Richard Doyle of DoyleArts.com based inWadsworth,Ohio.

Doyle will share his inspirational story of how designing watercolor collages like one he did for North Ridgeville’s Bicentennial lead to the creation of his website and a country/movie song that is in the works. His story is an inspirational tale of how anyone can discover their artistic talents and create a lasting legacy for generations to come.

Doyle will discus how his poetry (and video poems) have experienced success by being featured on the main stage of a national medical convention. He’ll also speak about his efforts toward publishing his first book of inspirational works.

The program will be presented at the North Ridgeville Arts Council meeting on Monday, January 16th at 7 p.m. at the North Ridgeville Branch Library (35700 Bainbridge Road in North Ridgeville).The public is invited to attend at no cost.

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