Events

November 2013

“Lifecycles, Autumn” continues through December, 2013. This show features a mural-sized triptych that incorporates iridescent material in rich autumn colors. As seen in the November 29th Neon section of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“Manifestation: Lifecycles, Autumn”, detail, by A. Stein, copyright 2013

“Manifestation: Lifecycles, Autumn”, detail, by A. Stein, copyright 2013

 

November 2013

Plan B Art Study Group in Las Vegas, NevadaVincent van Gogh! interpreted by art enthusiast and local bon vivant Tom Kuhn

Anne Stein presented information on the topic of “Still Life” to the Plan B Art Study Group in Las Vegas, Nevada. She interviewed one of the masters of the art form- Vincent van Gogh! (as interpreted by art enthusiast and local bon vivant Tom Kuhn.)

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Upcoming:

May 7th, 2013, A. Stein wil be speaking about her work to the public at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery, Mesquite, Nevada, from 12 to 1pm. Please join us!

“Spring Fling”


A. Stein Announces “Spring Fling” running Tursday April 4th through June 1st in Suite 220, 2nd Floor of the Arts Factory. I will be showing many new pieces inspired by the colors, fertility, and the flux of the season. On Preview Artwalk Thursday April 4th we will be hosting a reception from 2 – 8. Please stop by and say hello.

A. Stein Arts Gallery in Las Vegas

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Open March 1st, 2013, A. Stein Arts Gallery and Studio, 2nd Floor, Suite 220 in the Arts Factory, the Heart of the 18b Arts District, in Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.

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“Viva Las Vegas”

In January of 2012, A. Stein moved to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada

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A. Stein in the Library of the Cleveland Clinic, Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, in Las Vegas behind her is a model of the exterior of the building, designed by internationally acclaimed architect Frank Gehry. Photo credit: Richard Corson.

“Stein and Schwein”

Well known museum director and art historian Florence Schwein and artist A. Stein reunite for “Vive la Difference’” art history talk for the Pastel Society of El Paso, TX, November 10, 2100 at the International Museum of Art, El Paso. Ms. Schwein spoke on Degas and Cassatt, while Ms. Stein discussed the work of Arthur Dove and Georgia O’Keefe.

“New York, New York”

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Artist A. Stein with director Kevin O’Hanlon at Rogue Gallery in the Chelsea Fine Arts Building, Manhattan.

Director Kevin O'Hanlon, "Manifestation, 8 Minutes of Arc," Artist A. Stein, October, 2011

Director Kevin O’Hanlon, “Manifestation, 8 Minutes of Arc,” Artist A. Stein, October, 2011

Ms. Stein’s pictured work was juried into the 2011 “Films on Artists” Show helad at Rogue Gallery, New York. This show was juried by David Masello, most well known by his work as New York editor of “Art and Antiques,” as well as commentator and speaker.

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“BEST OF SHOW”

“Concerning Abstract Art, Part 2″

A one-woman show in the North Gallery of the International Museum of Art, 1211 Montana Ave., El Paso, TX. August 4th through the 28th, 2011. A. Stein Art Talk, Sunday August 21st, 2pm. Image shown on announcement is “Manifestation: Sunflower Deconstructed,” Poured and Brushed Acrylic, 36 x 48″, created 2011.
Photo credit: ELS Photography

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“Concerning Abstract Art; Part 1″

A. Stein was invited to show her work at the El Paso Art Association’s Crossland Gallery in June, 2011. Image shown on announcement is “Revival,” Poured and Brushed Acrylic on Canvas Board, 20″ x 16″, created 2011.
Photo credit: ELS Photography.

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Great News!

“manifestation, 8 Minutes of Arc” was chosen and Best of Show at the recent “Best of the Border” show held at the International Museum of Art in El Paso. The judge was Bill Rackocy, and esteemed artist who has lived in El Paso since the early seventies, and has been an artist for over 60 years.

“Education by Immersion”

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A. Stein attended the Abstract Expressionist New York show at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC. 2010. It included Pollock, Still, Rothko, Kline, Reinhardt, de Kooning and a new found favorite, William Baziotes.