A Winter Wonderland of Interactive Art

Friday night, under Georgetown, in the new Malmaison, Art Soiree held its 3rd annual Winter Wonderland.  The enchanted event brought fairy tales to life through live art, video projection and musical play.

It also brought together a unique holiday host of local artisans — ten, rotating between three stages — for an interactive setting of works and wonder. 

Ashley Kolodner‘s “Little Humans” doll collection graced the walls as she was busy creating a new mannequin installation on site.  Belen Boya body painted an attraction; Vian Shamounki Borchert made the magic of the Nutcracker come alive; and the St. Charles String Quartet played some merry modern classic music as guests sauntered around the space… appreciating the art.

Attendees also appreciated that a percentage of the evening’s ticket and bar proceeds served to benefit The National Children’s Hospital’s DR. BEAR Closet, which ensures that every patient has a gift for the holidays and other of life’s special occasions.

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  1. Great event! I LOVED the whimsical, mysticality of NANCY FLORES and her body paint on model, Otis Bonds – (both pictured at the very top of the article). I can’t wait to see her in future events!!

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