Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Angeleno/Fendi Casa "Arts and Power"

On the evening of December 8, Curator, Delia Cabral featured
six of Daniel's sculptures and select paintings by Alejandro
Gehry at Angeleno Magazine's, "Arts and Power" event on the
22nd floor of the Carlyle on Wilshire Blvd. The event combined
a gala evening with an amazing one night pop-up gallery for
350 guests who enjoyed cocktails while viewing art set
against the splendid backdrop of the Los Angeles skyline.
New work by Daniel Stern including, Surfrider (above) and
The Banker's Holiday made their debut at the event.

Curator, Delia Cabral and Artist, Daniel Stern
in front of Throwing Rocks and Reach For It

Artist, Daniel Stern and Artist, Alejandro Gehry

The Banker's Holiday


Thursday, November 11, 2010

Urban Trees Exhibition October 2010

On October 28, 2010, the official dedication of Urban Trees 7 in San Diego, California unveiled thirty "tree like" sculptures along the port's promenade. Handstand, one of Daniel's larger and ambitious pieces will be on view for one year along the promenade.

Handstand, 2010

To see photographs of the Handstand installation visit: Urban Trees Installation

Watch the Urban Trees 7 Celebration video below that includes an interview with Daniel, as well as other artists in the exhibition.

Urban Trees 7 Celebrated on San Diego Bay from Port of San Diego on Vimeo.

For more information on other works from Urban Trees 7, visit:

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Global Women Project, 2010

On October 29-30, Daniel Stern Studio was proud to host the opening of the Global Women Project: a ten year painting vision progressing into its third year.

Figurative painter, Jennifer White Kuri observes, interviews, and portrays women worldwide (through collage, newspaper clippings, symbols, words, etc) and conceptually connects a thread of similarity by way of her own psych. It is rare to have a painter reveal unfinished works of this magnitude, and we were very grateful to be a part of the journey.

Outside Daniel Stern Studio

Artist, Jennifer White Kuri with Curator, Peter Frank

A big Thank You to all who attended.

For More information on the progress of the Global Women Project, visit: 2010 Global Women Project

Photography courtesy of Kristin Burns