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Padgett to Display Artwork of Katherine Baronet

Press release from the issuing company

DALLAS–(April 4, 2007)– Padgett President and CEO David Torok, announced the artwork of Katherine Baronet will be on display at Padgett April 27, 2007 – June 22, 2007. Padgett will be hosting a Meet the Artist reception on Thursday, April 26 from 12:30pm – 2:30pm to welcome Katherine Baronet and hear a few words from her about the pieces being displayed at Padgett. Padgett is located at 1313 N. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, Texas, 75207, 214.915.6300. Padgett will be displaying the artwork of Katherine Baronet in cooperation with the NTBCA (North Texas Business for Culture and the Arts) and the NTBCA’s Leadership Arts’ program, ArtWorks. ArtWorks is a new program in which local artists work in partnership with local businesses to exhibit their work on-site at the offices of participating companies. ArtWorks is founded on the belief that art-at-work works, by providing a new venue for local artists and providing businesses an opportunity to further invest in the continued growth of arts and culture in North Texas. By participating in this program to exhibit the work of local artists, Padgett aims to facilitate exposure of North Texas artists while providing a new dimension of creativity to the workplace. Katherine Baronet resides in Dallas, Texas. She has been painting for 25 years and primarily focuses on acrylic, paper on canvas or board. She is well known for her work featuring whimsical aliens that symbolize individualism. Katherine Baronet has previously displayed her work at The Boyd Gallery, Shamrock Studios and Irving Center Gallery. Baronet describes her work as “an outer expression of my inner psychological dialog to express emotions of all kinds.” www.kbaronet.com Padgett is pleased to participate in ArtWorks and be part of this endeavor to forge relationships between local artists and North Texas businesses and to further enhance the presence of arts and culture in North Texas.