It is out of the most pronounced complexities that simple beauty can arise.
Even at the young age of twelve, Antonio was determinedly driven by his own conviction to improve and reach a superior level of professional training.
Hosted by his older brother, Antonio rejoiced in the subtle use of their family language, but the two Liverano brothers were really connected by the common language of hard work. This language on which this union was based, composed its own grammar, sintax, and many many different accents.
Work ethics were none negotiable, and the interlaced reality of producing and training was a basic pattern for Antonio and his brother. The eyes were the commander in chief, the hands were the cavalry, and the legs were the infantry of the daily portentous battle Antonio encountered.
Having left his birth place and embraced a new location with new borders, he was now facing a new horizon. The needle and the thread, he believed, should be accompanied by courage and humility.
For Antonio it was a natural move forward, as his passion for art, culture and – above all – their highest expression in colors and compositions, could finally be poetically expressed and gracefully accepted by the Liveranos’ clientele.
The new millennium
Even after Luigi passed away, Antonio translated his brother’s generosity and willingness of knowledge sharing to an articulate system of work and production.