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Unveiling: The Works of Carlo W. Savo

Unveiling: The Works of Carlo W. Savo

Unveiling: The Works of Carlo W. Savo

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Colarusso's Coal Fired Pizza is delighted to host an exclusive art show featuring the colorful works of local artist Carlo W. Savo. The event will occur on Monday, June 3rd, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

Carlo W. Savo, a native of Northeast Pennsylvania, has been commissioned by Colarusso's to create a series of four new paintings to display in their restaurant. These paintings, which will be unveiled during the event, depict the towns and boroughs that grew up around the coal mining industry in the Lackawanna River Valley. Through his artistry, Savo seeks to spark conversations about the profound connection between environment and identity.

Attendees of the art show will have the opportunity to view Savo's vibrant paintings up close. Each tells the story of the unique beauty of the Lackawanna Valley. The event promises to be a celebration of local art and community spirit.

The art show is open to the public, and guests are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments provided by Colarusso's Coal Fired Pizza. Join them for an evening of art, culture, and community as they celebrate the talent of Carlo W. Savo and the beauty of Northeast Pennsylvania.

"The purpose of my work is to initiate a dialogue between myself and the viewer about a universal human condition: where we are shapes who we are," says Carlo W Savo. "I was born and raised in Northeast Pennsylvania, and in my forty-something years of living here, I have realized that a large part of who I am has been molded by where I am from. While no place is without its faults, I have come to appreciate the place I call home for its unique culture, landscape, and people. Through art, I hope to speak directly to my fellow inhabitants and show them the beauty of this place we call NEPA."

The owners of Colarusso’s Coal Fired Pizza state, "We are excited to work with Carlo on this project. His work reflects the intrinsic beauty of a community shaped by its industrial roots. We are looking forward to celebrating not just his talent as an artist but also the spirit of our region. Local art is not just important; it's a testament to our identity and a source of pride for generations to come."

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PLEASE NOTE: Event information, dates, and times are subject to change. This is a public calendar; the Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau recommends contacting the event organizer for the most up-to-date information.