Anthony Bacon Venti, the son of a Manhattan advertising photographer, grew up in a carriage house studio where pictures, deadlines, and art directors were part of life. Broadway, movies and animation inspired him to create pictures that draw people from across the room.

After graduating from The American Academy of Art in Chicago, he spent nine years as a Michigan Avenue art director,

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producing television storyboards and traveling to Hollywood.

Anthony now lives in Union, Maine and is one of our local legion of outstanding world-class artists.  His work is fine art painting that tell stories.  And Anthony told his extremely interesting story on the Chris Wolf Show, Friday, February 19, 2016. If you’d like to see the show, click on the video window above.