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Summer Select

Small Works That Speak Volumes

Mixed media on panel work by Donna Quinn. Strips of adorned paper in blues and reds collaged on a square block.
A red and orange digital drawing in the style of Deborah Fine - abstract & atmospheric

Open now!

Opening Reception Brunch July 21st  from 12 - 3 pm

Exhibition runs though August 16th

Fossil, 2024. Mixed media, 12 x 12 inches.

Firestorm, 2024. Digital drawing on archival paper, 12 x 12 inches.

Ask and you shall receive


Get ready to bring home some amazing art! At Stanek Gallery, we've heard your requests for small works that pack a punch, and we're thrilled to present our latest exhibition. Whether you're an established collector or just starting out, we've got something for you. These new pieces are priced to sell, so don't miss out on the chance to add some incredible art to your collection

Small works: the one size that fits all

No room left on your walls?

Fear not! We’ve got works to accommodate emerging collectors’ budgets and established collectors’ wall space.

Still figuring out how to match your aesthetic with your art collection?

We recommend getting your feet wet with small works; they are a gateway to larger pieces rather than a substitute. These works by Boyd, Farrell, Fine, Quinn, and Romano are the perfect building blocks for a new or developing collection. 

Looking for work that capture your unique style and view?

Smaller pieces are easy to hang and re-hang whenever you want! These pieces can be contextualized and recontextualized based on how you group, separate, orient, and disorient them to create a message that's all your own.

Don't miss out!

Jacqueline Boyd will be presenting her most in-demand series: Insouciant. Connecting with the comforting warmth of a happy home, these works merge domestic kitchen scenes and the contemporary aesthetic of fine line ink drawings. In this series, Boyd utilizes new technologies and encaustic techniques. These free-flowing line drawings are printed on rice paper that seems to evaporate in the process - the bold ink appears to float in the layers of creamy wax. This methodology allows a depth and softness that invites the viewer to attach their own happy memories to revisit for years to come.

Jackie Boyd's encaustic ink drawing called Insouciant #12 framed. Still life of pitcher and bowl.

Insouciant #12, 2024. Drawing printed on rice paper, embedded in wax on panel, 10.75 x 7.75 inches.

Abstract close-up photograph of a boat hull that resembles a landscape.

Scott Farrell's photographs of the hulls of dry-docked boats are a must-have for any art collector. These limited-edition original artworks are able to be scaled to fit any location. Farrell captures actual and perceived beauty in a unique and stunning way that creates an abstract landscape within a few inches of these worn and storied vessels. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own work by Scott Farrell and explore these discovered lands found in plain sight.

Spring Returns to the Lea, 2019. Archival Pigment Ink Print on Epson Legacy Etching Paper, 6 x 9 inches.

Fine is engaging with new media to create these new atmospheric abstract works. These scalable works combine the best qualities of her soft distinctive pastels with the bold color of her acrylic paintings. Now is the perfect time to get your hands on work by this award-winning artist. Get lost in the ethereal landscapes created by a master of her craft. Collect a single piece or the set to transform your space.

Red and peach digital drawing on archival paper in the style of Deborah Fine - abstract & atmospheric.

Fire Fly II, 2024. Digital drawing on archival paper, 12 x 12 inches.

Donna Quinn's mixed media panel piece in maroons and grays titled Found Objects.

The mixed media works of Donna Quinn draw on her personal history inspired by the changing environment, textures of an aging urban cityscape, and change seen in collapsed time. Quinn sees and shares the overlooked depth and beauty in the most unlikely places. These panels can stand alone or be combined to create a completely unique narrative.

Found Objects, 2024. Mixed Media, 12 x 12 inches

Hot off the heels of her brooding yet whimsical exhibition, Serious Play, Rachel Romano shows off her small-scale drawings that inspired her previously showcased paintings. These intimate and intriguing works contain the symbolic mystery of her signature style in a clean and elegant format. Her drawings are mounted on a thick gold board. Each work has its own unique narrative that comments on subjects that are both culturally and personally relatable.

Red toned drawing of a human head with branches for hair and a bird as a collared shirt.

Metamorphosis, 2024. Conte, pastel, shellac, paper mounted on gilded cradled wood panel, 5 x 5 inches.

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