Plainfield, NJ, April 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- There is a special breed of humans who are known as artists, musicians, performers and entertainers and this world of creative souls is a vast and vibrant one. In central New Jersey there is an artist haven, the duCret School of Art, that cultivates those who know innately and by instinct – that they must do what they must do…no matter what. Though duCret is known as a visual arts school, it is not uncommon for its talented students to be multi-dimensional in their gifting. Take Rae Cauley, of Westfield, NJ for instance. Oftentimes, over the three years that she has attended the school, one could find her camped out in the school cafeteria beyond class time, sketching out her very unusual and part psychedelic, part metaphysical interpretations of human consciousness in black and white ink. In time, some of those renderings would take on hits of brilliant color which always made for eye popping visual art pieces, when completed. Somewhere in the last year or so, Rae got the idea to put her designs on clothing wear, which is not only the sign of a ‘big thinker’ in the making, but also the designs made for really cool-styled high heels, t-shirts and sneakers. But what many people haven’t known until recently is that perhaps Rae’s ‘first love’ is not visual art at all, but it is in performing art, for in the last year – she has taken vocal coaching and has written and recorded five songs in a local recording studio in her spare time. Working toward her album, her clothing line and her visual art line has become a full time lifestyle and there is no mistaking that, with a little bit more time on her side – success in one or all endeavors is bound to happen. This Sunday, April 29th between 2 – 4pm, Rae will be performing her 5 recorded songs at the duCret Art Show & Sale. Admission is free and there will be refreshments amidst a host of student original art including; jewelry, stained glass, sculpture, ceramics, oil, acrylic & water color paintings and charcoal & pastel drawings, including digital art and mixed media. Whole families are invited to come out and meet NJ’s emerging artists. The show will be held in the auditorium at duCret, which is located at 1030 Central Avenue, Plainfield NJ 07060. More details can be found at www.ducret.edu.