Local Artist’s Work on Display at Coffee & Crepes in Cary

Raleigh, NC, April 14, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Vinita Jain, a local artist specializing in acrylic and pastel painting, has announced that her work is currently on display at the Coffee & Crepes café, located at 315 Crossroads Blvd. in Cary. The exhibition was kicked off with a reception that took place at the café on March 26. The show runs through April 27. Vinita’s artwork, including pastel, acrylic, still life and landscape paintings, can be viewed at www.vinitajain.net.

“I am excited to have my work on display at local businesses such as Coffee & Crepes,” said Jain. “It is a great way to participate in the community and connect with local businesses.”

About Vinita Jain:
A native of India, Vinita Jain has lived in North Carolina for more than 10 years. As a child, art was a passion of Jain’s, and she was first introduced to pastels when she came to N.C. Jain took courses in drawing and color theory at Meredith College and since has taken pastel workshops from renowned artists. Influenced by impressionists such as Edgar Degas and Vincent Van Gogh, Jain works mainly with soft pastels but has recently begun working with acrylics. For more information, visit www.vinitajain.com.

Kathleen Mongero
MMI Public Relations
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