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Gallery C in Dubuque, IA

Paco Rosic creations combine artistic elements of both movement and fine art, blending kinetic...

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September 12, 2015  To  October 2, 2015
Black Earth Gallery- Cedar Rapids, IA

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August 6, 2015  To  September 20, 2015
Polk Country Heritage Gallery Des Moiones, IA

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August 3, 2015  To  August 5, 2015
Kaiulani Gallery, Waterloo, IA

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January 10, 2006  To  February 10, 2006
Walls of Fame, Okoboji Art Museum, IA

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September 1, 2005  To  October 1, 2005
The Debut Gallery, Cedar Falls, IA

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June 1, 2005  To  August 8, 2005
Waterloo Museum of Art, Waterloo, IA

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May 8, 2004  To  June 15, 2004



06/04/2017 04:03


A visually stimulating chronology of St. Louis’ history 

St. Louis, MO: Internationally renowned spray paint artist, Paco Rosic, will unveil his latest project in a private showing on Thursday, April 6th and Friday, April 7th.  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 (Video Link).

For more information about this topic, or to rsvp for a private showing,  please contact Melanie Clark at 314.577.0342 or email at

Melanie Clark

Marketing Director

Cell | 636.357.1305

Office | 314.338.8808



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