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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 […]

Nov 17th, 2009

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Questions and Answers III

More questions, this time by Lennox from Northern Ireland: Feather Q: I was wondering about your background, when you decided you wanted to be an artist, where you studied (if you studied)? Anne: Like so many children I loved to draw and paint, but I don’t think it was any different that other kids. By […]

Nov 8th, 2009

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Questions and Answers II

More questions, this time by Kathy:Q: My first one is the use of wax, I so far have not used this and was wondering if you could give me some tips on how to use this in paintings, the do’s and don’ts would also be beneficial to know? Anne: I’m in the middle of posting […]

Nov 3rd, 2009

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Publication

Stahl’s work is included in the 2009 ‘American Art Collector‘ – a book on contemporary American Art published by Alcove Press. It will hit galleries, collectors and stores next week.

Oct 25th, 2009

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Questions and Answers I

I keep getting emails where people ask me questions about my work, my process, my inspirations, materials, techniques and my disortation. Finding myself strapped for time in the studio, but wanting also to help and be available to questions, I decided to start posting my answers on this blog.Q: Your series on the landscape of […]

Oct 20th, 2009

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How to paint in Encaustics – Part I

Part I: Tools and Ingredients Part II: How to make the encaustic paintPart III: Techniques and Painting with encaustics There are many receipes for mixing your own encaustic paints. Experimenting on your own, will give you the paste you like best. First you’ll need to get some ingredients and tools: purified, bleached beeswax unrefined beeswax […]

Oct 12th, 2009

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R&F Encaustic Paints

If you’re interested in trying out some encaustic painting yourself, try these ready to use, heavily pigmented sticks by R&F. They have lots of gorgeous colors to choose from, plus a number of tools and other materials and ingredients needed for encaustic painting. At CorkStop Studios we are planning on running more encaustic workshops in […]

Oct 4th, 2009

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New Work

Work in Progress The newest work is posted here. More information for each piece will be added later (such as Titles, Prices, Series information, etc…)View more at :http://annestahl.com/paintings/new_work.shtml

Sep 25th, 2009

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Review: Don Scott MacDonald

When I recently came across the work of Don Scott MacDonald I decided that the idea or writing artist reviews, which I had been toying with for quite some time now, would finally had to become reality. Don’s work inspires the viewer, not only to blog about it, but to dream and get lost in […]

Sep 12th, 2009

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More Images Posted

I have just posted more images of my previous series. These are mostly Multimedia Monoprints which are all unique works on paper with wax. Others are solar etching and digital prints. “Landscapes of the Human Mind” has developed over many years. As a teenager I had visions of how people’s thoughts looked and in my […]