OVERHEARD… “I see a face looking left…I get a sense of a booming tree there…is this a picture of the world? What did you mean to paint? What does it mean? “
ME: None of the Above.
I have upset several curators over the years. When artists prepare for an exhibition, whether a solo show or a group exhibit, there are some usual steps to follow. Some steps are rather obvious starting with the creation or gathering of the appropriate paintings that fit the vision of the curator for a given show. Artists also need to supply their bio, artist statement or curriculum vitae (CV), past exhibition venues, list of public collectors, awards, etc.
The press usually wants to know where was I born, where do I live…how old I am… and other details that I feel have no real relation to the work. I confess I don’t enjoy answering these questions although I have. These are reasonable requests that form part of what artists do behind the scenes. I do my part and cooperate but often reluctantly or cautiously to not “paint” the artwork in the reader’s mind before they can see it for themselves.
Whether we like to admit or not, we all have preconceived notions and interpret the world on that basis. We attach meaning to external factors about the artist that may have nothing to do with the actual art. The artist's story is relevant and important to help form a relationship with the art, but I sometimes wonder if that changes the way we experience the art.
Case in point. I created a collection comprised of figurative work and installations that was featured as part of Amnesty’s International “Stop Violence Against Women” campaign. “Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece” which focused on “honor” killings was exhibited widely at venues that included The Steinbeck Center & Museum, The Palm Beach Armory and Brown University, among others. Many of those exhibits were described as feminist art. Is it feminist because I’m a woman artist? Because the installation depicted a woman? Women’s issues?
Can you be a feminist artist if you’re not a woman? Are you a feminist artist if you only paint abstracts? Although the written word can serve to communicate aspects of artwork that might be otherwise missed, do artist statements and reviews limit art’s journey to the confines of those explanations? More often that not, I prefer to let the visual experience speak for itself.
As an abstract artist, I find it challenging to explain my work. The how is easy enough, the why and the what, not so much. It’s not my intent to be obstreperous or to fuel an inauthentic aura of mystique around the artwork (although some artists do that quite successfully!). It’s simply that, I just mostly can’t.
There are occasions when I have sketched out a painting, ideas, a theme, a thought or belief I want to portray. This is particularly true of my figurative work but my abstracts are…well…abstracts. To be clear, I love to hear the comments about what people see in my work. I often learn things about my paintings that I had not been aware of before until they were viewed through someone else’s eyes. But the truth is, I am nourished when people tell me they love the way my painting makes them feel.
When working on commissions and custom work, I ask a lot of questions. Yes, color palette, use of white space, size, etc. are very important. But I ask a lot of questions about what the collector wants from the artwork. Is it for their office? Do they want energy and vibrancy from it? If for a living space, Is it for a bedroom? What mood do they want?
When a painting finally speaks to me to let me know it’s done, without fail, I sit back and wonder how it got there. There are some elements that are intentional. I will often use “windows” to a brighter magical place we all need to escape to from time to time. My text is sometimes intentional but must admit I often need to read it back when I’m done because I don’t recall what was written. For the most part, it’s a stream of consciousness that takes over without premeditated thought. I recognize this has been a topic of discussion in the abstract world and sometimes controversial, but I can’t explain it any other way. If I stop working on a painting for whatever reason, I must wait until that painting “comes back to me” so it can be finished. Just like children, the paintings are of me and through me but not really mine.
There are more questions than answers. I often wonder about the usually eloquent and elaborate intellectual explanations of abstract art. Are abstractions meant to be explained? Interpreted? Analyzed? Doesn’t that defeat the purpose? Are they supposed to represent an artist’s state of mind or intention? Are the paintings meant to be experienced through the art critic’s lenses? I am a visual being. I don’t see things in abstractions, I see abstractions in things. I can try to communicate a state of being for a collection but not individual paintings. It’s not about what I intended, it’s not about what I may see (mostly not see) – It’s about the viewer’s experience to what’s on the canvas.
If I must acquiesce and give it a label or an intention, whatever your reaction is, good, bad or indifferent, that is what was intended.
Art & Real Estate
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Some of you know that real estate has been in my DNA since I purchased my first property at 22. Combining art, design and real estate is an essential element of some of the unique services I can provide for clients. From staging to positioning your property in the best light, art, design and real estate intersect. Excited to share a copy of this article with you about Elliman's participation in this year's Art Basel Miami and share details of some of the prestigious new developments Elliman has to offer. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you'd like to discuss further!
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Below is the original ELLIMAN press release Douglas Elliman as Show Partner to Art Basel Miami as shared by the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- For the eighth year, Douglas Elliman Development Marketing returns to Art Basel Miami Beach as Show Partner to fête the confluence of art, design and real estate.
As Show Partner of Art Basel Miami Beach, the firm will showcase its bespoke collection of exceptional properties within the Collectors Lounge, exclusively reserved for Art Basel’s VIP guests. Elliman will highlight its exclusive international partnership with Knight Frank Residential, together representing an $87 billion portfolio of the most prestigious residential new developments around the world.
“Synergies in art, design and real estate continue to elevate global property offerings and it is a privilege to return to Art Basel Miami Beach to showcase our unparalleled portfolio of luxury developments,” said Susan de França, President and CEO of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. “These exceptional homes with stunning interiors and architecture by renowned designers such as Jean-Louis Denoit and Thierry Despont, are designed for the most discerning clientele.”
For the 2021 fair, Douglas Elliman’s lounge has been furnished by Molteni, a leading Italian designer furniture company for 80 years. Presenting projects in New York, Los Angeles, South Florida, Texas and Barcelona, the gallery will unveil a custom designed hanging floral installation with at least 2,500 fresh-cut peonies creating an ethereal and enchanting ambiance that also provides the ultimate social photo moment.
Elliman magazine, Douglas Elliman’s luxury lifestyle and real estate publication, will debut its eighth annual Art issue. Rich in content, stories will include “Art Basel Miami Beach Returns,” “Digital Art is Having a Moment,” “Miami Welcomes the It Crowd” and “The Arsenale in Miami’s Art District.” The cover will spotlight a breathtaking Hollywood home located at 1461 Rising Glen Road.
“We are thrilled to be returning to Art Basel Miami Beach to present our global portfolio and Elliman magazine,” said Scott Durkin, CEO of Douglas Elliman. “In this special Art issue, we are celebrating the art of home within our nationwide markets including New York City, Long Island, the Hamptons, Westchester, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Texas, Colorado and California.”
Art Basel Miami Beach takes place December 2nd to December 4th at the Miami Beach Convention Center located at 1901 Convention Center Drive in Miami Beach, Florida. 254 of the world’s leading international modern and contemporary art galleries will present the highest quality of artworks across all media, from painting and sculpture to photography and digital works.
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Anahi DeCanio abstracts will be part of an art exhibition in East Hampton, NY. The group show curated by Coco Myers, founder of Folio East received nice press by the Sag Harbor Express and the Easts Hampton Press in anticipation of the show. Ms. DeCanio's painting "Angles in the Dunes" was featured in the article.
The full list of artists include, Anahi DeCanio, Hiroyuki Hamada, Will Ryan, Perry Burns, Kryn Olson, Jean Marc Sideratos, Kryn Olson, Denise Gale, Joe Henry Baker, Ani Antreasyan and Diane Englander.
The 4 day exhibit will be held at the historic Ashawagh Hall. Ashawagh, situated less than a mile from Jackson Pollock's and Lee Krasner's home studio, is beloved in the area and well known as an art venue.
The exhibit will include a diverse use of media including canvas, paper, and wood. For additional information, please see details noted below.
The Painting Show
works on canvas, paper, and wood
Ani Antreasyan, Joe Henry Baker, Perry Burns, Anahi DeCanio, Diane Englander, Denise Gale, Hiroyuki Hamada, Kryn Olson, Jean Marc Sideratos, Will Ryan
October 29th- November 1st
Opening Reception October 30th, 5-7
Gallery Hours 11-6
Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton, NY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
OCTOBER 10, 2021
Anahi DeCanio’s artwork was featured in a NEWSDAY Long Island Life and Homes article highlighting a Westbury Arts exhibition entitled LatinX thriving in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The group exhibit organized by Alex Nuñez and Julie Lyons included 9 artists of various backgrounds and at different stages in their careers.
The two abstract mixed media paintings exhibited by Ms. DeCanio were very different in nature and style.
“NY Love Letters” honors the rich vibrancy of the city as represented by brilliant textures and colors with a subtle but noticeable graffiti styled typography in the background. The gold “window” often found in Anahi DeCanio’s work signifies a path to brighter opportunities and moments of self-discovery.
“Pasajes” is a mixed media abstract collage specifically created for the artist’s solo exhibition at the Consulate General of Uruguay in New York City held in conjunction with a celebration of Uruguay’s Independence Day. The piece references some of the artist’s experiences and memories from early childhood in Montevideo. She used tools that belonged to her parents to make some geometric markings and cutting the collage elements.
Ms. DeCanio is active in the thriving arts community across Long Island and New York, both exhibiting and volunteering. In her art practice, she has gallery representation and works closely with interior designers and real estate developers. Anahi has served on the boards of the Art League of Long Island and the Artists Alliance of East Hampton, and volunteers for ReachingU, all organizations near and dear to her heart. Ms. DeCanio combines her financial background and her marketing experience in the design world as a real estate professional with Douglas Elliman.
The Painting Show
Group Exhibit curated by Coco Myers - Folio East
Joe Henry Baker
Opening Reception October 30 2021 - 5 to 7 pm
October 28 - November 1, 2021
Ashawagh Hall - 780 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton NY
Please contact artist directly through her website at anahidecanio.com
You can also follow along on Instagram @anahidecanio
ADDITIONAL CURENT EXHIBIT VENUES:
Cliff Young Showroom - 200 Lex NYC
William Ris Gallery
Axiom Fine Art Consulting
The exhibition at Westbury Arts will be open until October 24TH. Admission is free and open to the public. For additional information visit westburyarts.org
Anahi DeCanio has been invited to participate in the Nassau County Museum of Art 2021 art auction benefit. One x Museum Way, a framed mixed media collage on paper was donated by the artist. The work is inspired by the Nassau Museum's address and usual visitor's maps marking "you are here" spots. The work includes gold drips referencing the treasure the arts bring to the community. Three dimensional elements represent elements of the beautiful sculpture grounds that surround the museum.
In addition to Ms. DeCanio's work, the Nassau Museum benefit auction includes works by Jeff Koons, Salvador Dali, Yoshitomo Nara, Takashi Murakami, Hunt Slonem, and Helen Frankenthaler.
The online auction takes place between September 1st to the 17th. You can click HERE to access the direct link to the auction.
The artwork will be on view at the Manes Center for those who wish to see the artwork in person before placing bids. Online bidding ends September 17th at 7:30pm.
Here is additional information about the museum as described on their site.
Nassau County Museum History
Most of the Museum’s 145 acres originally belonged to William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), long time editor of the New York Evening Post, and also a poet, lawyer, conservationist, political activist, and patron of the arts. In 1843 Bryant settled in his Roslyn home, Cedarmere, on Hempstead Harbor, adjacent to the Museum. It became an intellectual and cultural center for some of the greatest minds of the mid to late 19th century. In 1862 Bryant built a Gothic Revival board guesthouse on his Upland Farm, now the Museum property. Named for his friend and fellow poet, Jerusha Dewey, who was a frequent visitor, the cottage was restored by the Roslyn Landmark Society in 2011.
In 1900, Lloyd Stephens Bryce purchased Bryant’s Upland Farm and commissioned the architect and tastemaker Ogden Codman to design a neo-Georgian mansion on an elevated site overlooking Hempstead Harbor, now Nassau County Museum of Art. Bryce is best known as editor and owner of The North American Review, a forum for international opinion on social, political, and cultural affairs.
In 1919 Henry Clay Frick, co-founder of US Steel Corporation and world famous art collector, purchased Bryce House as a gift for his son and daughter-in-law, Childs and Frances Frick. They hired British architect Sir Charles Carrick Allom to redesign the facade as well as the interior of their new home, which they named Clayton. The grounds at Clayton developed by the Fricks were among the foremost landscapes in America.
Childs Frick (1883-1965) graduated from Princeton in 1905. Always interested in natural history, he later became a renowned paleontologist, leading or sponsoring scientific expeditions all over the world, and writing numerous books and articles. After a long relationship with the American Museum of Natural History, where he was a Trustee and honorary curator, Frick donated his unprecedented collection of over 200,000 specimens to the museum and endowed it with $7.5 million. To accommodate the overflow of specimens from his lab at the Natural History Museum, Frick built the Millstone Lab in 1936. The building was named for two colossal millstones placed by the entrance. Renovated in 2017, it is now
The Manes Education Center.
Childs Frick was also an avid sportsman and lover of the outdoors. At Clayton he and his family enjoyed swimming, tennis, polo, golf, and skiing on his estate, which included two tennis courts (one grass and one clay), a polo field, two ponds for skating and canoeing, a shooting range, a swimming pool, bridle paths, and a ski slope with its own snow making machine. The family’s love of animals and the outdoors included a large animal zoo with a bear pit, snakes, and an alligator, an aviary, a monkey house, and otters in a pond.
In keeping with his scientific interests, Frick created the Pinetum in the 1920s, opposite the laboratory. This was an experimental planting of hundreds of conifer specimens from all over the world to study how these species would adapt to this particular latitude. About half of them survive today, including coast redwoods.
Childs’ wife, Frances Dixon Frick, shared her husband’s enthusiasm and interest in botany. She was an avid gardener, and retained Marion Cruger Coffin in 1925 to redesign the formal garden.
Frances and Childs Frick lived at Clayton with their children, Adelaide, Frances, Martha and Clay, for almost 50 years. Childs died in 1965 at the age of 81. Four years later the estate was purchased by Nassau County to establish the Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, administered by the county’s Office of Cultural Development. In 1989, the Museum became a private not-for-profit institution, governed and funded by its own board of trustees. A major exterior restoration of the historic mansion was undertaken some years ago; the mansion was then renamed the Arnold and Joan Saltzman Fine Arts Building.
A sculpture park was also begun in 1989 and became one of the largest publicly-accessible sculpture parks in the Northeast.
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
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 far 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.