Diego Voci Project needs your help! $20,000 REWARD!
$20,000 REWARD yes $20,000 REWARD for this stolen masterwork by internationally collected artist Antonio DIEGO VOCI (VOH-chee) 1920-1985!
From the voice of Marsha Piper, one of the daughters to the Brown Family; “My dad, Dr. Ogden (Ted) Brown and mom, Alyce (both deceased), at one point in the seventies had the largest collection of DIEGO Voci artworks. This photo below with DIEGO was taken with them in front of our Colorado Springs home in 1973. DIEGO was our guest as we sponsored a stellar one-man exhibition for him at the Broadmoor Resort. While as guest, DIEGO designed and sewed a fully lined brocade dress for me and my sister Lynda. DIEGO was constantly drawing, and he cooked for our family, selecting and purchasing every little ingredient. A memorable experience.”
The Brown family has dispersed the entire Diego Voci collection with their entire family; staying true to the legacy of Diego Voci.
From the Diego Voci Project family to yours, we wish you the best as this decade comes to a close. This time of year gives you a break to reflect on the past year and a chance to spend extra time doing the things you love to do. We’ve accomplished a lot this last year at The Diego Voci Project, and the future has never been brighter.
Carole Aaron parent’s originally purchased “Deportation” by internationally collected art Antonio Diego Voci on a Sunday in Patrick Henry Village near Heidelberg, Germany in the early 1970’s. Carole recalls Diego as a charismatic, passionate and very proud of his work. Carole’s parents felt this work was so dramatic. It hung in her parents den for over 40 years before it was consigned. Purchased by a new owner. Now the opportunity to have this profound work of art is available on EBAY for sale.