Local artist Rick Seguso will be exhibiting his paintings in West Palm Beach for the first time in more than five years.
This reception and exhibit will take place at The Cafe Centro - the centerpiece of the Northwood Art District rebirth.
Please, join us for wine and hors'dourves on Thursday, December 13, from 5pm-7pm at The Cafe Centro located at 2409 North Dixie Hwy. (SW corner of Dixie and Northwood Road) in West Palm Beach, FL. 33407.
Mr. Seguso is a past award winner from the Society of the Four Arts Contemporary Arts Competition in Palm Beach and was also featured on WPTV Channel 5 and WXEL Public Broadcasting when they highlighted people in the community. He has built a sterling reputation for his evocative paintings of musicians, scenic, figurative and equine art.
His bold paintings are a personal quest to tell a story and touch a chord within the soul of the viewer. A one-time Road Manager for rocker Bruce Springsteen in the mid 1970's. Rick's seminal influence in art began by watching his grandfather - esteemed movie poster artist Armand Seguso (MGM, Paramount, United Artists) whose incisive artwork was a major selling point behind many classic motion pictures such as, "Gone With the Wind", "Kismet", "The Philadelphia Story", Mrs. Miniver", "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and "For Whom the Bell Tolls", to name but a few.
Rick is also singer-songwriter and recently performed an evening of his original songs at The Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theater.
Very respected local restraunteaur and owner of The Cafe Centro, Turgut Katmaz (TK) is thrilled to have Mr. Seguso's work on display at his restaurant.
This event is open to all and Mr. Seguso's work will be on display throughout the winter season.