Out of This World by Concetta Antico
Scorpio Moon with Sirius by Concetta Antico
Concetta with black crow

Australian-born artist Concetta Antico returns to her native Sydney for the Grand Opening of her new gallery: Empyrean – in Queen Street, Woollahra on Saturday 11 November from 3pm.

Titled Otherworldly and billed as “a night of a hundred million more colour possibilities” the debut of the spectacular new space by the self-styled ‘artist, muse and mage’ is a very colourful addition to arty Woollahra’s premier street. 

After 30 years operating her US galleries, tetrachromat Concetta will unveil a collection of original work focused upon the stars, planets and all things celestial – produced with her genetically rare ‘super vision’ gift, tetrachromacy. 

She promises EMPYREAN will enchant with original, ‘otherworldly’ masterpieces manifested with her ability to perceive up to 100 million more colours than can be seen with regular vision. 

Scientifically studied and endorsed for her extraordinary colour perception, the ‘Color Queen’, Concetta will share her oil-painted ‘windows’ imbued with the true colours hidden from view. 

In addition to more than 40 works on display, the gallery features other unique offerings including merchandise, gifts, prints, & stationery. As muse, Concetta also offers limited tarot readings & exclusive private instruction.

Opening simultaneously is Concetta Antico Fine Art Salon at 500 Glenmore Road, Paddington, where Concetto will produce her art and give private lessons – by appointment only. 

Where most people see a night sky devoid of colour, Concetta Antico sees a dazzling array. She says she conjures mostly paint… and a little magic! “I hope to share the true beauty of the world as seen through my eyes – so others may see it too! As Matisse said: ‘With colour one obtains an energy that seems to stem from witchcraft.’”

Visit EMPYREAN to experience a world beyond the discernible! Literally… out of this world.

EMPYREAN – A Color Queen Gallery 

136 Queen Street, Woollahra NSW 2030


Saturday 11 November 2023 – 3pm to 7pm . Entry is free. For more information and to register:-