Retiring Art Gallery Owners Support Wilmot Cancer Center
November 16, 2007
Art collectors and enthusiasts can secure wonderful pieces from the Golden Lynx Art Gallery in Mendon and support the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Gallery owners Wayne and Ann Frank are retiring from the business and donating 25 percent of all sales through the end of the year to the Wilmot Cancer Center.
“We are incredibly excited at this opportunity to give back to our customers and our community in such a meaningful way. As a cancer survivor myself, this is a cause near-and-dear to my heart and I am honored to be able to help the Wilmot Cancer Center further their cause,” said Wayne Frank.
Golden Lynx is a retail art gallery and custom conservation frame store located at 16 Mendon Ionia Road in Mendon. Over the past 22 years, Golden Lynx Art Gallery has established a reputation for carrying realistic works of art by world renowned artists as well as talented local artists. It is the biggest art gallery of its kind in Western New York.
Anyone interested in learning more about the sale and the gallery’s collections, please call 585-624-7720.