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November 12, 2006
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PEACE AND FLAMBÉ: An Art Happening
, January 14, 2007

Peace and Flambé: An Art Happening
. "It's not just an art show, it's an adventure". This unique event will be filled with art, music, and surprises, and it will showcase works by three world-renowned artists: sculptor Lawrence Voytek, painter Michael St. Amand and musician Kat Epple, who are the vanguard of their respective media. These three long-time friends, who will be premiering new artworks and re-visiting some of their classic pieces, are collaboratively creating a transitory celebration of art, peace, and volatility. This one-day-only innovative art incident, which is sponsored by Northern Trust, is scheduled for Sunday, January 14, 2007 at Salon Zenergy (Zazou Building), Hibiscus Center 2950 Tamiami Trail North, Naples. Florida
There will be a private reception  from 3:00 - 6:00 PM and open to the public from 6-8

left to right: Lawrence Voytek, Kat Epple, and Michael St. Amand

left to right: Lawrence Voytek, Kat Epple, and Michael St. Amand
photo by Michelle Tricca

Lawrence Voytek – Lawrence’s work has inspired some of the lowest scumbags of this century. Somehow the damaged brains seem to understand this weird stuff, so if you go to see this work and say to yourself, “What in Sam Hill is going on?” you’re definitely not one of them. Someone who pretended to be an art critic for the New York Times once asked Lawrence, “Just exactly what do you think you’re doing?” He replied, while pointing to the work, “This.” On a more serious note, Voytek has been the director of art production for Robert Rauschenberg for over twenty years, and he has consulted for art installation, fabrication and restoration with renowned national and international museums and galleries. Lawrence's work can be found in many important corporate and private collections.

Michael St Amand - Michael St. Amand uses raw, vibrant colors, fabric, photos and other found objects, geometric shapes and expressionistic movement which allow his real and abstract subjects to exist harmoniously within each piece. His themes range from religion, nature and sexuality to fashion, politics and other current events. Throughout the past 30 years, St. Amand has exhibited his work nationally and internationally in Paris, Bordeaux, New Zealand, New York City, Dallas, and Washington, D.C., as well as throughout Florida. His work can also be found in corporate and private collections.

Kat Epple – Eight-time Emmy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated flautist and composer Kat Epple has performed at the Guggenheim Museums, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery. She has released 15 CDs of original music, and she also composes and produces music for television, including "National Geographic", "Nova", and "Guiding Light". Kat also travels throughout the world, collecting flutes from other cultures and featuring them in her original compositions.

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