WATCHING THE MASTER AT WORK

| January 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Contemporary Fine Artist Concetta Antico to Paint in a Live Demonstration

When a painter is working in their medium they are immersed in a trance of thoughts and movement. Nothing is more delightful than to watch their creation come alive. The act is intense and spiritual bringing the viewer into a world of pure miracle of the creation. When witnessing an artist in this intimate and delicate scene one is transformed and enlightened, so much so that one is guaranteed inspiration from the experience.

On March 2nd, 2013 contemporary fine artist Concetta Antico is opening her talent to the public and will be creating a painting in the arena of a public viewing. The event will take place at Antico Fine Art Gallery located in San Diego, California. Watching an artist paint live will be a privilege for attendees and is an occasion to be remembered and cherished.
Concetta is one of the most talented artists alive today. Her floral still life will peak to a stunning masterpiece in front of your eyes. To capture this live is to journey into a world of liberating movements in seeing and recording. The sophistication in Concetta’s development of the subject matter will tantalize your optic and bring a learning of technique to your psyche. Don’t miss this special event opportunity! You will be rewarded two fold; artistically and spiritually.
Tickets can be purchased at emailing info@ConcettaAntico.com or calling 619-497-1177. Visit http://thesalonofart.com/

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VP of Media- David Kamatoy has been blogging since 2005. Growing up in traditional media and entertainment he has been an early adopter of new media. Co-wining an award from the Sony & American Film Institute as a teenager "Visons of U.S." to hosting his own broadcast radio shows in 2005-2006. David's involvement in Presidio Sentinel is to help integrate the traditional print publication with the new media including video, blogging, twitter, podcasting, etc.