Art Exhibit

Art Exhibit with Sarah Morgan & Wine Tasting

Sarah Morgan is exhibiting her works at the Kentucky Coffeetree, in conjunction with Downtown Frankfort's Art Walk. "My artwork is one individuals interpretation of life, individuality, love and the pursuit of equality. I am a home town girl who hopes to open her communities eyes to not only the beauty of artwork in all forms but to also provide a window to life's interactions that bind us all together."

We are also hosting a tasting of some of our favorite wines, with a focus on sparkling and champagnes, to celebrate the Valentine's Day weekend. The tasting is 5 - 6 pm.

There is no cost for the wine tasting or art exhibit.

Occupy Music

Music for the Occupation

Opening Reception for artist Joanna Pregon: "Sketches"

The Kentucky Coffeetree Cafe is hosting an opening reception for Joanna Pregon on Friday, September 23 from 5 to 8 pm. The show will highlight the artist's sketches.

Joanna Pregon: "My creations are born from a sketch. I start thinking out loud on paper by drawing lines that I modify while working towards a balanced, fluid, and dynamic image.

Inspiration is everywhere, I love being in nature and am especially drawn to the rhythms and cycles of growth, fertility and change. I'm also intrigued by the unique and multi faceted individuals I meet.

Biography

Joanna Pregon’s perception of the world expanded at an early age, she grew up surrounded by various cultures and unfamiliar languages. Born in Communist Poland to Ukrainian parents, her family moved to Germany before settling in the United States.

She lived in Connecticut and attended Pine Manor College in Massachusetts before her curiosity for the West and a growing desire to do creative work brought her to Arizona. While concluding her studies in graphic design, Pregon realized that painting was her true passion and calling. She has been expressing her creativity and unique vision through art ever since.

Joanna Pregon: Art Exhibit Opening

No admission fee.

Biography

Joanna Pregon’s perception of the world expanded at an early age, she grew up surrounded by various cultures and unfamiliar languages. Born in Communist Poland to Ukrainian parents, her family moved to Germany before settling in the United States.

She lived in Connecticut and attended Pine Manor College in Massachusetts before her curiosity for the West and a growing desire to do creative work brought her to Arizona. While concluding her studies in graphic design, Pregon realized that painting was her true passion and calling. She has been expressing her creativity and unique vision through art ever since.

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