The Romathryn Project – Japan
Kathryn Hilger (left) and Romano Maschietto, two
artists based in Chicago, worked together on this project
as a first time collaboration. They are speaking to the audience
at the 2011 Jazz For Japan benefit, about the inspiration for both artists.
It was this: to give BACK to the people who are suffering because of the
recent earthquake and Tsunami that occurred in Japan. Kathryn and Romano
truly hope to capture the resiliency of the people, through a very
empathetic viewpoint of their suffering.
The original pieces are all roughly 3ft x 4ft, acrylic, and are $500 each.
11 x 15 prints are also available: $50 each.
85% of the proceeds will go charity to help support the people of Japan.
Interested? Contact Romano Maschietto: Chicagomurals@aol.com
All photos taken by/property of Kathryn Hilger and Romano Maschietto.
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