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California based watercolor and fiber artist Priscilla Kromnick is a colorist who uses fine fabric as her canvas.

Priscilla has a degree in Art from the University of Maryland. She was one of the founding members of the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA, where she was part of an artisans' studio specializing in fiber art and ceramics. Here she refined her craft, creating fiber art using various painting, pritmaking and weaving techniques.

After relocating to Los Angeles, Priscilla continued to create hand painted, custom wearable art for retail boutiques, galleries and museums.

In 2010, Priscilla was appointed to the City of Agoura Hills' Cultural Arts Council, and is active in volunteer work to support the arts in her community

Priscilla currently lives and maintains her studio in Agoura Hills, California.
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            Inspired by Monet by Prisilla Kromnick  
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Priscilla Kromnick's wearable art is available in the following stores and in other galleries and fine art boutique shops across the United States.

Washington D.C.
Renwick Gallery
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Corcoran Gallery

Music Center at Strathmore

New York
Brooklyn Museum

L.A. County Museum of Art (LACMA)
San Diego Museum of Art
Crocker Art Museum
Four Seasons (Westlake Village)
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          ABOVE: The above hand painted silk by Priscilla inspired by Monet is part of a series "Inspired by the Masters".

BELOW: Inspired by Matisse
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