Two New Shows by Kathryn Van Steenhuyse

CreativeRHINO’s own Kathryn Van Steenhuyse has two shows in two different cities currently we invite you to attend if you are in the Cedar Rapids, IA or Dallas, TX areas.
“Limbo” at WAAS Gallery
November 16th, 2012 – January, 18th 2013
Kathryn’s “Tribute Series” paintings on view
Limbo
First Annual Group Show
W.A.A.S Gallery
2722 Logan Street Dallas, TX 75215

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Closing Party of Kathryn Van Steenhuyse’s Show “Immaculate Canvas” Tonight

Tonight is the closing party for Immaculate Canvas, a series of new work by Kathryn Van Steenhuyse on display at Wichita’s NakedCity Gallery in Old Town.  Please join us for this party and Wichita’s “Final Friday” Art Crawl, a night where many of the city’s galleries open their doors to show off new work and celebrate the Wichita art scene.  Kathryn will be on hand at NakedCity Gallery from 7pm – close to answer any questions about this body of work.  Come mingle, drink, snack, and enjoy this gorgeous evening with us and enjoy Final Friday! Read More

Immaculate Canvas

Last night in front of a crowd of *asterICT donors and patrons of NakedCity Gallery, Kathryn Van Steennuyse gave a stunning presentation on the evolution of her painting process and the systems that influence her aesthetics.  Guests gathered in the NakedCity Gallery at 6:00 PM for refreshments and a sneak peak at Kathryn’s new show, Immaculate Canvas.  At 6:30 PM the presentation began and covered influences, systems, decision-making processes, color choices, and of course the conversation about this immaculate new body of work. Read More

CreativeRHINO Launches *asterICT

Interactive new media company CreativeRHINO is excited to announce a new series of visiting artists entitled *asterICT

This series seeks to break down barriers between contemporary artists and their audience by inviting emerging artists from a broad range of disciplines to Wichita for performances, exhibitions, workshops, and casual conversation.  *asterICT brings contemporary arts to the community on an intimate level so that artists and audiences can engage with each other and thus mutually benefit from a shared artistic dialog. Read More