Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville will come roaring to life with its next exhibit, “Wild!” featuring astounding wildlife images, set to open January 31. Artworks by nine selected regional wildlife artists and photographers will be on display, along with art by local school students. The exhibit will end March 17. Professional artists to be featured are: Ronnie Barnes – painter – Choudrant; Emily Caldwell – painter & sculptor – West Monroe; Cory Carlson – painter – Ruston; David Chrisman – taxidermist – Spearsville; David Hood – wood carver – Homer; Richard Lowery – photographer – Downsville; Reggie McLeroy – painter – Ruston; Charles Paxton – photographer and videographer – Farmerville; and Burg Ransom – photographer – Monroe. Several associated events are being planned along with the art exhibit, which also will feature a 30-minute video about regional wildlife by Charles Paxton. Exhibit hours are 1 to 4 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday. Special times can be arranged for group visits. For more information, call 318-348-2005 or visit www.unionmuseumofhistoryandart.org The museum is located at 116 N. Main Street, Farmerville.