JUNE 12, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Anahi DeCanio will be exhibiting new abstracts at William Ris Gallery on the Northfork in Long Island’s wine country.
William Ris Gallery is kicking off it’s Summer 2021 season with WORKING IN SYNCHRONY. The exhibit will include artists Anahi DeCanio, Kurt Giehl and sculptor Katherine Stanek.
After a long year of virtual exhibitions, an in-person exhibit is welcome news for artists and collectors alike.
ADDITIONAL EXHIBIT INFO BELOW
WORKING IN SYNCHRONY
The show will highlight work by Anahi DeCanio and Kurt Giehl with sculptor Katherine Stanek.
Anahi DeCanio is an award winning multidisciplinary artist using mixed media, photography, collage as a form of expression. Her complex abstract landscapes encompass layer upon layer, each awaiting exploration. As viewers dive deeper into the works, subtle details that might have been missed upon initial glance are unveiled. Graffiti like elements and text, in combination with Zen and gilding with occasional collage elements produce a vibrant energy creating unexpected arresting works. Anahi’s work has exhibited widely in venues such as The Boca Raton Museum of Art, Brown University and The Steinbeck Museum. Her work has been published and is part of national and international collections.
Kurt Giehl was drawn to the Hamptons for the amazing light and natural beauty. His seascape paintings highlight the subtleness horizon – where air meets land meets water. Each painting is orchestrated to not only capture the physical beauty of Long Island’s East End but to also capture a state of mind, atmosphere and aura of the images captured on these fishing trips.
Katherine Stanek has worked in bronze, stone and marble. She became intrigued by the versatility of concrete and began to explore the medium further and developed her own mixtures and formulas enabling her to manipulate the material in a way that works with her personal aesthetic. This marriage of content and craft has gained the attention of collectors and artists alike as she has been invited to exhibit her unique concrete sculptures in museums, galleries and sculpture gardens throughout the United States.
June 12th - July 11th, 2021
WILLIAM RIS GALLERY