6 Responses to A Closer Look at the Art of Louis Cicotello

  1. Thanks Big Something! So well done as always. Just realized we should have noted that most of these photographs are credited to Tom Kimmell Photography–thanks Tom!
    Hope to see you all at the gallery tonight.

  2. Sean says:

    Thank you!

  3. Jim Jackson says:

    Thank you for the great piece on Louis and his work. The commentary supported the images beautifully.

  4. Andy Tirado says:

    Thanks, KRCC and Noel.

  5. [...] Last night, at a retrospective of his incredible art, we got to see him come alive again through 140 pieces of his very cerebral art. The Big Something did a nice narrated slide show yesterday, if you have the time and interest:  http://radiocoloradocollege.org/2012/02/25454/ [...]

  6. melinda murphy satrun says:

    Sorry to lose Louis, but wonderful comments from Daisy and Sean!
    Congratulations.

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