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  Press Release

Contact: Karen Day-Vath

karendayvath@comcast.net

http://www.karendayvathfineart.com

St. Albans  Artists’ Paintings  Chosen for Vermont Public Radio’s “Artist’s Mug

St. Albans, VT – The artwork of St. Albans painter Karen Day-Vath   is being reproduced on the Artist Mug for Vermont Public Radio’s on air membership drive for February 2011.

The two paintings “All That Jazz” and “Let’s Jam” are   from her “Primary Colors” series, a mix that reflects her love of color and fondness for the music and memories of her hometown, New York City. The painting “All That Jazz” which will be the more prominent image on the Artist’s Mug was discovered while on display at the Cosmic Bakery and Café in St. Albans.

Although Ms. Day-Vath considers herself a painter in the abstract expressionist style, her diverse interests in the traditional painting genres like still life, flowers and landscape, are executed with a decided contemporary edge.

 Ms. Day-Vath is an active member of the flourishing community arts scene in St. Albans. She has collaborated with community members and local organizations to mount multiple exhibits designed to showcase local artists and their work.

She is currently exhibiting work at the Northwestern Medical Center through the month of February and has new work on display at the Village Frame Shoppe Art Gallery in St. Albans.

To become a member of Vermont Public Radio and receive a mug please visit:

http://www.vpr.net/support/artist_mug_gallery/index.php#feature/2003-nap

To see more of her art  visit http://www.karendayvathfineart.com


Saint Albans Messenger March 26, 2011 by Leon Thompson





                 The  Mug  

Original Painting & Mug on the wall at the Vermont Public Radio Station