Most aspiring artists only dream of having a gallery represent them, their artwork being sold, their talent being recognized and showcased. But for local New Paltz High School (NPHS) and SUNY-New Paltz graduate Kaileigh Osarczuk, this dream is already becoming a reality.
Soon after graduating SUNY this past May with a BS in Art Education, Osarczuk was offered representation of her paintings in a Chelsea gallery, Agora, where she has already sold her first two pieces. In addition to gallery representation, the 21-year-old was asked to be part of an International Contemporary Masters book, slated for publication . . .
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