Olga Kaczmar will hold an artist’s reception April 19 at Canyon Theatre Guild, from 4-7 p.m., for the public to view the art in the Hallway Gallery.
The art exhibit will run concurrently with a musical play meant to harken back to the 60s.
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The exhibit will run through March 23 – April 21 and will comprise an eclectic array of oils and watercolor including: landscapes, florals, animals and children. To preview her work, see: www.olgakaczmar.com. Refreshments will be served.
Entertainment will be provided by Manak Khamvongsa, a Santa Clarita guitar teacher and performer.
His solo repertoire includes traditional classical Spanish guitar, jazz arrangements and original compositions.
Originally from northeast Thailand, Manak has performed and studied music in Boston and Los Angeles.
Kaczmar, a member and past president of Santa Clarita Artists’ Assoc., teaches watercolor classes through the city of Santa Clarita Seasons catalog and teaches drawing at Golden Oak Adult School.
Previously advertising manager for 30 years and commercial artist, Kaczmar produced pre-production renderings for patent applications, and layouts for ads, exhibits and brochures. Her computer-generated famine-genocide posters were shown in USA, Canada, Ukraine, France, Australia and United Kingdom.
Her art was used to promote a film and book in 2007 and 2008 on Ukrainian genocide in1932. She founded an international organization and maintains a web site, which unites people lost after World War II.
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