Exhibition of Artworks by Kat Kronick

. October 4, 2012

Kat Kronick, a DC fine artist, calls her style of painting ‘Experientialism’. It is based in reality and is a straightforward effort to ‘seize the moment’ of life. No easel, no brush – just paints flowing in their intimate relationship with canvas. These living experiences give birth to the colors, textures and shapes, which come together to create each individual work of art. Joyce McCarten, a well-known award-winning artist says, “It’s been a while since Washington has seen painting like this!”

Kronick’s art has been showcased around the world, in Italy, France, Spain, England, Australia, Russia, Sweden, Germany and the United States.

About The Event:

October 11 at L2 Lounge
3315 Cady’s Alley, Georgetown, DC 20007

Doors open at 7 pm
The event will end at 10 pm
Guests are welcome to enjoy the L2 Lounge until 2am
The exhibit will remain open for one week through October 17th.
Complimentary Entrance
Valet Parking available
Wheelchair accessible
Cocktail attire/business casual
Cash Bar

A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to Disability Rights International http://www.disabilityrightsintl.org who are dedicated to promoting the human rights and full participation in society of people with disabilities worldwide.

For Further Information:

Kat Kronick, Fine Artist
240 401-0017

RSVP to Natasha Reatig

Disability Rights International

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