exhibitions

Jun 19th, 2016

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Bitteres Wasser

B I T T E R   W A T E R Philipp Geist | Video-installation/Lightart (Berlin) Thomas Halasczinsky | Video/Film/Photography (New York) Pamela Longbardi | Installation/Painting /Film (Atlanta) Gerhard Mantz | Computeranimation/Video (Berlin) Carol Paquet | Photography/Painting (South Africa/California) Corinna Rosteck | Photo-Video-Installation/ Lightobjects (Berlin) Anne Stahl | Painting/Printmaking (Berlin/California) July 10th until September […]

Mar 15th, 2015

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Ocean Contemporary – GEDOK Berlin

A new exhibition entitled ‘Ocean Contemporary’ will open it’s doors at the GEDOK Gallery in Berlin on 25.April 2015. Featured are various works by several artists that deal with the environmental impact on our plant’s oceans, amongst them Anne Stahl’s ‘Cadet’ and other works.   Cadet is from the ‘Fractal‘ series, which is part of […]

May 29th, 2014

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Landfill Art Project

When Ken Marquis contacted me about his Landfill Art Project in 2010, I was thrilled and immediately agreed to participate.  The topic of pollution and waste has long been at the center of my work and now I had the opportunity to work with a lot of other artists on one coherently organized project that would […]

Mar 20th, 2014

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Why is this art making people stop in their tracks and look into the sky?

Google’s Aaron Koblin portfolio already is impressive, but when he partnered with Janet Echelman a successful master sculptor and TED talk veteran, something truly new and beautiful emerged. When you put two masterminds and creative trendsetters together, the results are always going to be interesting, but this collaboration goes way beyond interesting! This is the crossroads where […]

Feb 1st, 2012

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Retrospective at Atmodspere

New and old work will be on display at this new San Luis Obispo’s contemporary art space. Atmodspere is a place for everyday objects, furnishings, home design and art.  The distinctive Nordic flair of symbiosis of minimalism and contemporary, provides a unique, intimidating atmosphere for art lovers of all shapes and forms. The space is flooded with creative genius and […]

Jan 19th, 2010

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Native Lounge Exhibit

A week of customized exclusive art events @ Native Lounge in San Luis Obispo. Sunday February 28th 6:30-9pm Exclusive Vip event. ‘Living with Art’ Tuesday March 2nd Meet the Artists: Kate Britton and Sheryl Chestnut. Wine tasting by Tolosa & artisan cheeses by Vivant of Paso Robles Wednesday March 3rd Meet the Artist. Anne Stahl and Carol […]

Dec 5th, 2009

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Latest Show Opened

You can now see a painting from the ‘Gem‘ series in Paso Robles @ Studios on the Park . November 27, 2009 – January 3, 2010 1130 Pine StreetPaso RoblesCA 93446

Nov 24th, 2009

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Anne Stahl’s next exhibition is in Georgia

With ‘Snap to Grid’ at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts successfully closed, the next show that includes some of my work, is in Georgia. Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, recalled the phrase “LESS IS MORE,” from the 19thcentury poem “Andrea del Sarto,” as a cliché about 20th century aesthetic style. The notion […]

May 2nd, 2009

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Stahl Interviewed by KCBX

Crissa Hewitt and Steven deLuque explore the exciting world of printmaking in an interview with CorkStop Studio artists Anne Stahl and Pacha. The interview will be aired on Wednesday May 13th at 4:30pm. Ears on Art with Crissa Hewitt & Steven deLuque – The first and second Wednesday of the month, Visit ‘Ears on Art’ […]

Aug 3rd, 2008

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Call for Artists

ARTISTS * POETS * SCULPTORS * PHOTOGRAPHERS and OTHER CREATIVES WANTED! The Holonic Art Movement is looking for you! We’re in the middle of planning an event on September 27, 2008 at CorkStop Studios. We have a few projects planned and need more participants. Here’s a list: at least 12 artists to create 5×5″ pieces […]