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Anthony Migliaccio Holds Major One-Man Art Show - "Scenes in the Moment" at Guild of Creative Art

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Iris Rozencwajg, Red Bank Register, JCC Deal, NJ "A major exhibition of oil painting, etchings and lithographs":
"One of Migliaccio?s larger works exhibits an imaginative use of two-color printing, as well as a sense of humor and an interest in movement in composition. His works all seem to resemble landscape, without being in any way prosaic.

Michael Cagno, Curator of the Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ Judge for the 15th Annual State Juried Show at the Guild of Creative Art, NJ:
"Migliaccio's award winning oil Trail to the Water is very painterly, a wonderful use of expanded foreground."

Charles F. Hill, Asbury Park Press, NJ "Innovation Theme of Printmaker's Art":
"This personable artist has a moving enthusiasm for his craft and an impressive capacity for communicating it through has work."

John Majeski Two River Times, NJ:
"Tony paints in a manner that combines the style of Diebenkorn and the thematic approach of Dine, along with the technique of Derain."

Linda DeNicola, The HUB and Atlanicville, NJ Solo show at the Guild of Creative Art "Painting outdoors to capture the fleeting moment":
"Like most visual artists whose work spans decades, Anthony Migliaccio's style has evolved over time. Painting outdoors is his passion."

Marion Larson, Courier, Monmouth County, NJ Two person show at the West End International Gallery, Long Branch, NJ:
"Migliaccio's work unveils elegant seascapes and the changeable nature of clouds, all with a dramatically observed sense of nature's frolics."

Maureen Zimmerman, Asbury Park Press, NJ Two Person Show at Thompson Park Visitor Center, Lincroft, NJ:
"Experimentation led to improved skills for Migliaccio and a desire to return to basics."

Joe Romano, Two River Times, NJ "New EPA Chief Whitman Selects Painting By Local Artist For Her New Office"
"The nation's new Environmental Protection Agency director has selected a landscape painting of Sandy Hook by local artist Tony Migliaccio to hang in her office in Washington, D.C."


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Migliaccio meets Cristo

ABOVE: Anthony Migliaccio, Jeanne-Claude and Christo.

BELOW: Anthony with Skip Whitcomb on Sandy Hook.

tony and skip
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