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Dottie Visker of Visker Art Studio to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

ROSEVILLE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- For millions of people all over the world following their passion or hobbies can lead to a career that is incredibly fulfilling and rewarding. Even more notably are other remarkable people who utilize their special gifts and talents by giving back to those less fortunate particularly after undergoing a life altering experience.

Dottie Visker is the owner of Visker Art Studio and Designs where all year long twenty percent of her “original art” sale proceeds and five percent of art-related sale proceeds are donated to the U.C. Davis Comprehensive Cancer Research fund. Dottie is also encouraging other artists to do the same in 2018.

“I’m a Fine Art Artist officially this year, but love doing abstracts also,” says Dottie. “What I paint depends on my heart and mood. “Mainly I paint in bold colors however the intensity varies from season to season. I do a lot of acrylics and water colors and absolutely love painting “Plein-air”, which is outside in my yard, near my picturesque flowers, birds, and vegetable garden. It’s extremely inspiring, stimulating and uplifting. Wherever I travel, I do photography, and paint.”

In her youth, while visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Dottie felt drawn to the magnificent paintings and how art can genuinely touch people’s lives. In 2005 when Dottie was tragically diagnosed with cancer, while raising her three young children, it made her realize how essential it is to leave behind her legacy and for the world to ultimately feel moved by her unique style and creative art work. Although her cancer is thankfully in remission she continues to stay connected to the cause.

“When I paint I wholeheartedly put my entire soul and being into my work” says Dottie. “My art is me, and explains me. It may also speak to others. I hope it will.”

Dottie’s family members, including her children, are involved in her business, from office help, to tech support, finance, art shop clerks, and of course modeling affably for her paintings. Her home resembles an awe inspiring elaborate private studio.

“My hope is for each and every person to realize they can make a positive difference,” says Dottie. “Most of us believe we can’t make an impact because we are just one person but any one of us can change the world for the better.”

CUTV news will feature Dottie Visker in an interview with Jim Masters January 24th at 2 pm.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have any questions for our guest please call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Visker Art Studio, visit www.dpvisker.com.

Lou Ceparano
CUTV News
(631) 850-3314
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