The painting is on display at Capital Rep.
Tony Iadicicco created a "red" painting live at the MoHu opening event, MoHu Takes Flight. The painting will be on display alternately at Capital Repertory Theatre and Proctors. It is being auctioned with proceeds benefiting the American Heart Association.
The American Heart Association is building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. People all over the Capital Region will wear red on National Wear Red Day, Friday, February 1st, to kick off American Heart Month by raising awareness that heart disease is the number one killer of women in America.
The Go Red for Women Luncheon is on Thursday, May 23. For information, call 518•869•1961, or visit www.heart.org.
The auction will end on the closing night of Red, John Logan's drama about the life of artist Mark Rothko, May 19th at Capital Repertory Theatre.
Tony Iadicicco has been a central, dynamic part of the Capital Region arts community for nearly half a decade. As Executive Director of Albany Center Gallery, an active board member of Albany Barn, and an award-winning artist and community volunteer, Tony works tirelessly to connect people with the arts and promote the creative development of our next generation of leaders.
"I paint to create beauty, working with colors to display movement, emotion and balance. Painting, for me, is a release that allows me to share my experiences and perspective with others - it's my deepest and most satisfying form of expression."