ST. LOUIS, April 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally renowned aerosol artist, Paco Rosic, will unveil his latest project in a private showing on Wednesday, April 12th. He is set to highlight the history of St. Louis on the ceiling and walls of 1900 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, MO – what will open as Café Piazza later this summer. This is a rare opportunity to see the mural before its completion and meet the artist.
The painting will span 1000 square feet and boast a visually stimulating chronology of St. Louis' unique past. Rosic begins with the origins of the iconic Mississippi River town in the mid-1700's then takes us through The Great Migration, to the Lewis & Clark era, and to the World's Fair and beyond.
"This is not what I do, this is who I am," Paco Rosic said when discussing his latest venture. You can view footage of Rosic working on his St. Louis History mural here (http://bit.ly/2nIF54q).
For more information about this topic, or to rsvp for a private showing, please contact Melanie Clark at 314.577.0342 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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