Mother-daughter artist duo host March 21 gathering

Andrea Zakrzewski and her mother Andrea de Kerpely-Zak(Independent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey)

Scottsdale mother-daughter artist duo is hosting a “Meet the Artists” event 7-8 p.m. Thursday, March 21.

Andrea de Kerpely-Zak is a Hungarian born artist who has lived and shown in the U.S. for over 35 years. Her Wildflower paintings were compared with and published with Georgia O’Keeffe in Arizona Highways, according to a press release.

(Submitted photo)

Her flowers are called, “Healing,” and two of her works were commissioned for Pope John Paul II.

Her flowers are a symbol of freedom, which goes back to when she left Hungary in 1956 during the Uprising.

Ms. de Kerpely-Zak has created a special series of wildflowers for this show which includes African Daisies, Mexican Gold Poppies and more.

Daughter Andrea Zakrzewski’s work will also be on display featuring her palette knife style painting akin to her mother.

Ms. Zakrzewski is also a fashion designer, with spring fashion on display including dresses, skirts, scarves and leggings.

Musical Art will also be on display by Lori Mole. She takes her love of musical instrument and art and captures them in a whimsical way.

Her artwork is collected by music lovers of all generations. She exhibits in juried and invitational shows throughout the U.S.

Gallery Andrea is in Scottsdale at 7019 E. Main St.

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