Dinner with Artists – Vincenzo Betulia, Megan Young & Janine Wesselmann

Art feeds the creative soul and Dinner with Artists will delight your senses. Feast with your eyes and palate at this spectacular series hosted by the Naples Art Association. Join renowned artists paired with executive chefs who collaborate on creating and presenting original works of art and culinary masterpieces. Dinner with Artists is an interactive artistic experience in an intimate and engaging setting. Each event includes a multi-course gourmet meal and wine.

Tickets are $130 each or $250 per couple and all proceeds benefit the NAA’s youth outreach programs.  Click here to purchase.

April 9, 2019

Chef:  Vincenzo Betulia, Chef/Partner, Osteria Tulia
Artists: Janine Wesselmann and Megan Young
Location:  The French Brasserie Rustique, 363 5th Avenue South in Naples

About Vincenzo Betulia
Betulia, whose trio of restaurants — Osteria Tulia, Bar Tulia, and The French — are often ranked among the city’s top eateries, brings a love for classic French and Italian cuisines to his menus. Betulia has won best chefs of America award in 2013, 2014, and 2015 and has been featured on Emeril’s FloridaUSA Today‘s 10Best recognized as the #1 Italian restaurant in Naples, and also recommended by Forbes Travel Guide, just to name a few.

About Megan Young
Pursuing her passion for illustration, Young attended the Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. Drawn to the commercial side of being an artist, she started her career painting furniture for designer Mary McDonald. Once moving to Naples, she began designing and painting boutique artwork and decorative finishes for upscale clientele and has worked for more that 500 clients from Port Royal to Siesta Key. Her latest project was painting select walls at The French Brasserie Rustique.

About Janine Wesselmann
Wesselmann is known globally for her parodies of European and American social life, and has been listed in “Who’s Who of American Women” since 1983. Across four continents and four decades,Wesselmann has painted a rich and vibrant world of bazaars, cafes, island markets, the Paris Opera, intimate soirees, and dance. Her passion for painting the cultural riches of countries in Europe, Aisia, Aftica, and the US brought the enormous world-wide recognition and she was awarded the accolade of Outstanding Contribution to the Arts in 1992. She was the first American woman to be accepted into the permanent Collection d’Art Modern de la Ville de Paris and the Centro Culturale d’Italia, Rome.

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The French Brasserie Rustique
363 5th Avenue South, Naples
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