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Unblurred: Kai Devenitch and Dante Lombardi
January 3, 2014, 6:12 AM
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James Garfield Melt by Dante Lombardi

James Garfield Melt by Dante Lombardi

Studio 5013 features paintings by Kai Devenitch and Garfield native Dante Lombardi. Through January 31. pennavenue.org

Mother Earth Sends for Help by Kai Devenitch

Mother Earth Sends for Help by Kai Devenitch

Kai Devenitch is a graphic designer by day and a sketchbook fiend by night. Continuously trying to expand his artistic horizons, he crafts everything from still lifes to cartoon strips, paintings to animations. As a digital artist, Kai has created posters, t-shirts, logos and illustrations for such clients as Bayer HealthCare, Alexander’s Athletic Club and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He also stays active in the Pittsburgh art community by participating in various regional art exhibits and competitions including Pittsburgh’s Art Car Festival, Art All Night and Cleveland’s Battle of the Rust Belt. Recently, Kai became a resident artist at Most Wanted Fine Art, where he volunteers at events and helps paint the monthly mural. kaidevenitch.com

Dante Lombardi was born in Pittsburgh and draws inspiration from his neighborhood of Garfield. The urban landscape comes to life with bold lines and color. The former street artist uses spray paint, acrylics, and markers on canvas to capture the feel of city murals and the vibrant urban vibe of graffiti culture. dvlombard@yahoo.com

Photos and biographies courtesy of the artists.

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