Four of Eureka artist Wanda Mumm’s paintings will be exhibited “In the Audubon Traditional Exhibit” at the newly renovated Cincinnati Museum Center which is celebrating the 200th anniversary of its Museum of Natural History and Science. Founded in 1818 as the Western History Society, its doors opened in 1820. Its first employee was famed naturalist and artist, John James Audubon. “In the Audubon Tradition Exhibit”, featuring the birds and wildlife of North America, will be on display September 19, 2019 – January 5, 2020. The exhibit is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation and will feature works of eighty-two of today’s most famous and accomplished artists. Wanda Mumm has exhibited at the national show level for a number of years. Throughout her career, she has won a number of national awards as well as being selected as the Featured Artist for several National Art Expos around the country. Her art has been featured in art magazines, on television programs and is seen on licensed products all over the world. Wanda’s work is published and licensed by Applejack.