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Photo by Vicki Silvestain Kennedy

In 2013, Vicki Silvestain Kennedy was busy raising a family and running her own food business when everything was upturned. Diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer, she was forced to refocus her life and take on the enormous task of fighting the disease.

During the long months that followed, she renewed her childhood interest in art – something she had planned to return to after she retired. She developed a style using vibrant colors and inspirational sayings.

A new collection of her vibrant paintings in several mediums will be on exhibit and for sale at Kenny & Ziggy’s. A portion of the sales going to Jewish Chaplaincy Program at Jewish Family Services. There will be appetizers and a cash bar for beer and wine.

In 2013, Vicki Silvestain Kennedy was busy raising a family and running her own food business when everything was upturned. Diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer, she was forced to refocus her life and take on the enormous task of fighting the disease.

During the long months that followed, she renewed her childhood interest in art – something she had planned to return to after she retired. She developed a style using vibrant colors and inspirational sayings.

A new collection of her vibrant paintings in several mediums will be on exhibit and for sale at Kenny & Ziggy’s. A portion of the sales going to Jewish Chaplaincy Program at Jewish Family Services. There will be appetizers and a cash bar for beer and wine.

In 2013, Vicki Silvestain Kennedy was busy raising a family and running her own food business when everything was upturned. Diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer, she was forced to refocus her life and take on the enormous task of fighting the disease.

During the long months that followed, she renewed her childhood interest in art – something she had planned to return to after she retired. She developed a style using vibrant colors and inspirational sayings.

A new collection of her vibrant paintings in several mediums will be on exhibit and for sale at Kenny & Ziggy’s. A portion of the sales going to Jewish Chaplaincy Program at Jewish Family Services. There will be appetizers and a cash bar for beer and wine.

WHEN

WHERE

Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen Restaurant
2327 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
http://www.kennyandziggys.com/

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