SCAA member to present one-woman art show at CTG

A one-woman show by Olga Kaczmar will be on display at the Canyon Theatre Guild through May and June. The exhibit will feature Kaczmar’s new works in oil, watercolor and pastel, and will be on display during the theater’s runs of “Moonlight and Magnolias” and “The Importance of Being Earnest.”

Santa Clarita Artists Association member Olga Kaczmar is presenting a one-woman art show at Canyon Theatre Guild (CTG) throughout May and June.

“I’m very pleased to be invited to show my work again,” said Kaczmar. The display will include landscapes, florals, people and animal portraits. This will be a new collection in oil, watercolor, and pastel during the runs of “Moonlight and Magnolias” and “The Importance of Being Earnest.”

In her earlier advertising career, Kaczmar created layouts and renderings for patent applications, ads, exhibits and brochures. Her computer-generated famine-genocide posters have been shown in the U.S., Canada, Ukraine, France, Australia and United Kingdom.

“Moonlight and Magnolias” is an epically hilarious small-cast comedy about the making of a Hollywood epic — “Gone with the Wind!” which was inspired by actual events. “The Importance of Being Earnest” is Oscar Wilde’s enduring Victorian comedy about mistaken identities and relationship hijinks, now proved to be a timeless classic.

Kaczmar’s prolific collection of art & styles may be viewed at

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