RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — Village officials, artists and residents celebrated the launch of the Ridgewood Arts Council's permanent exhibit in Village Hall on Saturday.
Current and former Ridgewood residents, as well as community members who study or work in Ridgewood, were invited to donate a piece of work to the collection.
Pieces include an edible "Coral Sea Scape" display of tropical fish by Michael Latour, owner of Latour on East Ridgewood Avenue; a replica of the Ridgewood Train Station by Ronald Herrmann; and dozens more.
Hallways, meeting rooms and entryways on each of the five floors of the building boast 10 or more pieces of work.
"We have sculptures paintings and just so much talent right here in Ridgewood," said Ridgewood Arts Council member and contributing artist Audrey Fink.
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