Art League of Long Island - Anahi DeCanio photograph "Brooklyn Blues" was accepted into THIS LAND IS OUR LAND Juried Photo Exhibition
Long Island artist and Douglas Elliman realtor Anahi DeCanio had a photograph accepted into "THIS LAND IS OUR LAND" juried photo exhibition at the Art League of Long Island. Brooklyn Blues by Anahi DeCanio will be on view at the Art League located in Dix Hills, Long Island, along with 59 other works selected by juror Sandra Carrion.
ARTICLE FROM THE ART LEAGUE OF LONG ISLAND BELOW. Click HERE for original link to Art League
Exhibiting in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery
This Land is Our Land
8th Annual Photography Competition
January 11 - February 7
Reception (new time!): Wednesday, Jan. 15, 6:00 - 8:00 - awards presented @ 7pm
Juror: Sandra Carrion, Instructor, Nassau Community College
In the Art League of Long Island’s 8th Annual Photography Competition titled “This Land is Our Land”, photographers and artists from the Tri-State NY area were asked to submit their interpretations of what makes us American. The
These images could be of iconic buildings, scenic landscapes, peopled events, family images, images that show a significant event or idea that is an important part of America.
Out of 373 entries, 60 works by 50 photographers were selected by exhibition juror Sandra Carrion to be exhibited. Ms. Carrion will also select awards of excellence and honorable mentions after the exhibit has been installed in the gallery. Sandra Carrion is an Instructor at Nassau Community College. She served as director of Soho Photo Gallery and is the creator of the popular International Krappy Kamera Competition and Exhibition held annually at Soho Photo in Manhattan. Ms. Carrion is also a founding member of fotofoto Gallery in Huntington, NY and 9 East Contemporary Art Guild in Huntington, NY.
Designer David Santiago of Casa Santi at Highpoint Showhouse
MOSTLY ABSTRACT VI
Anahi DeCanio will once again participate in Mostly Abstract VI group art exhibition in East Hampton. In it’s sixth year, this exhibit highlights the work of artists following some of the great abstract art traditions of the East End. The show is curated by artist Beth Barry and will include a diverse mix of genres and styles.
Anahi who is an artist and full time real estate agent with Douglas Elliman will also be exhibiting some of her newest abstracts at a special open house for an amazing new construction at 146 Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton Village offered by the Colombos Dooley Team of Douglas Elliman.
Exhibition dates will coincide with the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) during the Columbus Day Weekend.
Exhibit will take place in historic Ashawagh Hall, not farm from home and studio of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner.
Beth Barry, Barbara Bilotta, Casey Chalem-Anderson, Anahi DeCanio, Anna Franklin, Robert Leibel, Mary Milne, Lesley Obrock, Bo Parsons, Sheila Rotner, Lieve Thiers, Mark Zimmerman
For additional information and photographs of select artwork to be exhibited please visit article in HamptonsArtHub and Hamptons.com
North Fork - NY
Anahi DeCanio will be exhibiting new abstracts in Long Island Wine Country at William Ris Gallery located in Jamesport, New York. The exhibit, now in it's second year at the Gallery, features a roster of all women artists.
Most of the new pieces Anahi will be showcasing in this exhibit are inspired by Summer Hamptons and North Fork blue palettes.
The exhibit will be open from August 10th, 2019 and run through the Labor Day Weekend closing on September 8th, 2019. Opening Reception will be held on August 10th with an Artists Talk on Saturday August 24th.
The William Ris Gallery is located at 1291 Main Road, Jamesport, NY and is adjacent to the Sherwood House Vineyards Tasting Room.
Abstract work by Anahi DeCanio featured for the launch of AKA Bar Lounge in Tribeca designed by Jennifer Post. Anahi's artwork will be exhibited until the end of July along fine art photography by Marco Glaviano and Jean-Philippe Piter. The new AKA bar is the original Smyth Hotel in iconic downtown location - home of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Anahi DeCanio artwork at Cliff Young Showroom at 200 Lex. in NYC - Please stay tuned for NY Design Week Events during ICFF.
Anahi DeCanio and Athos Zacharias will be exhibiting together again at LaMantia Gallery for an abstract exhibit with opening receptions to be held April 12th and 13th at the Northport, NY location. Athos and Anahi have previously exhibited together at eARThHamptons in 2017. Anahi is the founder and curator of eARThHamptons and was thrilled when Mr. Zacharias accepted the invitation to exhibit at that show. Both abstracts painters, although very different in style, complement each other well and the anticipated collaboration will provide exciting synergy of color and movement.
LaMantia Gallery Info:
Monday 10AM – 6PM .
Wednesday-Saturday 10AM – 6PM.
Sunday 12PM – 4PM .
Phone: (631) 754-8414
127 Main Street
Northport, NY 11768
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Anahi DeCanio and Naula at AD Design Show 2019
Anahi DeCanio, is collaborating with Angel Naula and exhibiting once again at the Architectural Digest Design Show 2019 courtesy of Naula Workshops. The acclaimed design show will be held in New York City at Piers 92 and 94 and runs from March 21 to March 24th 2019. Anahi will be displaying new abstract work at Naula's Booth 320 and exclusively at the AD Show Lounge which was solely conceptualized and furnished by Naula Workshops. Anahi's new abstract landscapes were especially created to complement Naula's new luxurious and elegant collection created for the show.
All of Naula's high end bespoke furniture is custom made in Brooklyn. Always on trend, Angel Naula and his team have meshed culture, style and emotion into a cohesive and tranquil environment. The sofa this year is nothing short of spectacular! Please stop by Naula, booth 320, for the debut of the highly anticipated new creation.
This is one of several shows in the past few years where acclaimed designer Naula Workshops collaborates with Anahi DeCanio to create environments that are modern and vibrant while maintaining a feel of classic luxury. Ms. DeCanio is genuinely grateful and honored to be exhibiting with such a talented master craftsman. Naula has worked on numerous high profile projects and appears in major in major design publications on a regular basis.
Anahi's work can also be seen at Naula's showroom in Bushwick, William Ris Gallery in Jamesport, Accetra Arts, Luminary NOMAD space, eARThHamptons, and an upcoming exhibit at LaMantia Gallery in Northport as well as other upcoming exhibitions throughout the year.
Hope to see you at the show!
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Forget Knitting. These Women’s Clubs Can Help You Build Your CareerBook clubs these empowering organizations are not. And chances are, there’s one coming to your city.
By Jorge S. Arango On January 9, 2019
Virginia Woolf’s assertion that “a woman must have money and a room of her own” feels particularly real these days. Blame it on politics, media, popular culture—all of them combined—but more and more the need to carve out a place devoted to our passions and pursuits feels necessary, dire even. And apparently, that urge is reaching a critical mass, thanks to a new kind of women’s club that is making it easier (and more enjoyable) to find a room of one’s own.
The word “club” has varied roots—from the literary women’s groups of the 19th century to the smoky patrician bastions of male privilege of the early 20th century—but the new model for women’s clubs is far more evolved, with a focus on building community rather than advancing social division. Just ask Cate Luzio, a career banker who found Luminary—a 15,000-square-foot establishment in New York’s NoMad neighborhood—this past November. “We purposely don’t call ourselves a club,” she says, explaining she prefers the descriptor “collaboration hub for women.” Luzio believes the potential elitism of old club models can actually be counterproductive. “Moving women around at the top is never going to change the numbers. When you step out of that box, real cross-pollination happens; when you have something exclusive, that doesn’t happen.” To that end, Luminary has an open application process and offers flexible memberships, day passes, and coming this January, a frequent-flier-style program, to allow for members of all backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses.
Clearly, Luminary is no knitting circle—and it’s not alone in its quest. Last March, London’s AllBrightopened in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse with the mission to facilitate networking among women to “build their sisterhood” and “remedy the gender imbalance in the business world,” says cofounder Anna Jones says. In Minneapolis, The Coven is built on inclusivity, billing itself as a “creative, comfortable, and safe workspace for women and non-binary folks,” according to the organization’s cofounder Alex West Steinman. And another women’s collaborative space, The Wing, already has three locations in New York, one in Washington, D.C., and another in San Francisco just two years after initially launching.
Leave it to the modern woman to turn the old club model of entitlement and exclusivity on its head. At The Coven, members include city councilwoman Andrea Jenkins, the first black openly transgender woman elected to public office. The club also sponsors a “five-for-one” community-funded membership program, whereby for every five memberships purchased, the club grants one free. “They’re prioritized to people of the community who have been historically pushed to the margins,” says Steinman.
The new clubs also aim to create holistic spaces that cater to specific female needs. “If you look at women’s lives, what suffers most is wellness and self-care,” Luzio says. “Women need spaces for things like lactation and meditation. We provide a full ecosystem for them.” This includes a fitness studio with classes and a beauty bar. The AllBright also has a salon that offers members and their guests beauty treatments. Aside from a beauty bar with skincare products, The Coven tenders a “Parent + Prayer” room.
If the new brand of women’s clubs aims to be everything to everyone, it seems to be working: The AllBright will open a second branch in Mayfair this spring that, at 12,000 square feet, is triple the size of the original. The Wing has its sights set on openings in Toronto and five more U.S. cities over the next few years. And The Coven has more than doubled its membership in just 10 months. Finally, it seems, we have a room—many of them in fact—of our own.
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What a privilege! Those who know me well know that I have been a big supporter of women moving forward to the best of their potential in whatever path they choose. Sometimes, its the actions that we take quietly and behind the scenes that matter most. In this case, I got to do it in bigger than life-size proportions - namely 9 feet tall! Cate Luzio, who has been an amazing force behind organizations that empower women, has launched a new venture called Luminary. This space allows women to connect, network, and take advantage of a myriad of services and opportunities. It's nothing short of fabulous in every way.
Through Mary Cantone's William Ris Gallery in Jamesport, on the North Fork of New York, I was invited to do a solo exhibit of my work for the launch. The exhibit was curated by the meticulous eye of Brooke Cantone. The Luminary team is an impressive group of women with expertise in various fields ready to put their seemingly endless energy to work. The launch was a great success with over 300 people in attendance.
Cate Luzio has deservedly gotten a lot of press on this venture. I had an extra treat today when I saw an article in Lonny Magazine full of pictures featuring my artwork! Must admit my friends and colleagues had to tolerate a bit of bragging from me today...
I'm so thrilled to be a part of this for so many reasons. As an artist, it's always an honor to be able to exhibit in wonderful spaces like this one. My background is finance and I was on Wall Street for many years. Those skills serve me well advising clients as a licensed real estate salesperson with Douglas Elliman and running "the business of art".
As a businesswoman, my worlds of art, design, real estate and architecture are complimentary to each other. There is a good synergy at the intersection of all those industries but it takes some definite balancing and hard work. I know first hand how important it is to have supportive forces and mentors that can open doors and provide insight. I'm so excited to see the energy behind new resources that provide opportunities for continued self development and growth. To combine both art and support women in the process is great inspiration for the start of the new year.