Antonio Masi, is President of The American Watercolor Society and has had feature articles in The Artist’s Magazine, PBS – “Sunday Arts”, NBC-TV “Weekend Today in New York”. Newsday feature in Aug. 2008, “Bridgemaster”, and in June 2009 a solo exhibition for The New York Centennial Commission of the Queensboro Bridge, and in 2010 a solo show at The Forbes Gallery in New York City, ant The New York City Transit Museum in 2012, also at The Salmagundi Club of New York and The New York Times video, Sept. 2014 titled, “Living City: A Tale of Two Bridges”.
Fordham University Press published a book on his paintings titled, “New York’s Golden Age of Bridges” and “Lady Liberty”, with essays by Joan Marans Dim.
He prefers watercolor even thought it is a thin medium, it organically allows expression of the most delicate subjects. But he discovered that watercolor can also be used in a thick manner, and it therefore can express the heaviest subjects imaginable.Antonio Masi's Website