For Immediate Release:______________________________________Local Artist Displays WorkAnd Adds AppealTo The L&D Holmes Building______________________________________Easton, PA. April 16, 2007. Local Artist Kimberley T. Walton of Bangor, PA has been given the opportunity to exhibit their work in the lobby of the L&D Building in Easton; located at 101 Larry Holmes Drive. Owners Riverstar Properties, LLC, seek to add beauty and appeal to the property by exhibiting artwork by local artists. Artwork will be exhibited until May 12 or thereafter, upon discretion of the owners of the building.Kimberley T. Walton, a member of the Arts Community of Easton, is displaying her paintings as available for sale to the public. Her interest in being an artist started in High School when she won First Place for painting in the National Art Honors Society Invitational Art Competition in 1987, for her interpretation of Monet’s “Water Lillis” series; now entitled “Waterlillies Revisited”. She considers herself to be a "Modern Impressionist", drawing inspiration and techniques from the classic masters of the Impressionist Movement, such as Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir; specializing in original acrylic landscapes and florals. Other works by her can be seen currently at the ACE Member Juried Show at the Fowler Center in Bethlehem, PA until April 20, 2007, the Newark Public Library, Special Collections Division, Newark, NJ and The Skillman Library, Lafayette College, Easton, PA; indefinitely. Her work has also been shown previously at Gallery 31 North, in Glen Gardner, New Jersey.
CONTACT INFORMATION:Kimberley T. Walton
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