Meet Denyse Klette, the talented artist partnering with the JDRF Central PA Chapter and Brain Vessel Gallery for some very special Gala art! We are excited to have Denyse as our special guest at the Gala this year!
Denyse is designing a set of playing cards (above) based on this year’s Gala Theme: One Night in Black & White Masquerade! The playing cards will be available at the Gala...more information to follow.
Additionally, Denyse has created this wonderful original mask for the Gala based on the art on the playing cards.
More About Denyse:
Denyse’s paintings are featured prominently in hotels, private collections around the world and represented in galleries internationally. She became an approved sculptor for licensed Disney characters, has illustrated several children’s books and and created work for licensing for home decor products and beachwear. Denyse co-created Belly Button Buddies; which grew from an award-winning book to a children’s TV show airing in Canada and the UK. Denyse signed a worldwide contract with St Martin’s Press for a series of whimsical adult coloring books.
Denyse has released her first series of bronze sculptures of her whimsical paintings which has had huge success with her collectors.
You can find more examples of Denyse's art on her website at http://www.dklette.com/
Visit our partner, Brain Vessel at http://www.bvcargo.com/
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