Santa Fe, NM, August 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Danielle Procaccio, a veteran artist from New York, is pleased to announce that her emerging work is now available in a newly opened art gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ten pieces of Procaccio’s work, which consists primarily of mystical horse paintings, will be on display and available for purchase to investors and art enthusiasts in the Santa Fe area.
“I’m honored that my work will be featured in the exhibition and I’m very thankful for the opportunity,” said Danielle Procaccio.
“It has been very well received in other parts of the country and Santa Fe is another great market to be featured in,” Procaccio added.
Using a technique that involves collaging, Danielle Procaccio cites Robert Rothenberg, Susan Rothenberg and Joseph Cornell as her main influences. Pieces such as “Life” and “Silence” have added a unique dynamic to the Santa Fe gallery, which is located at located at 135 West Palace, just blocks away from the Georgia O’Keefe Museum.
The work of Danielle Procaccio has sold out in other exhibitions around the country, including one in Colorado. Procaccio was also featured in Art Santa Fe, an international art fair that showcased a mix of contemporary galleries from all over the globe. The ninth annual festival was held last month and Procaccio’s work was very well received.
Many art enthusiasts have been placing the work of Danielle Procaccio in their permanent homes and the new Santa Fe exhibition is another step in bringing her work in front of a broader spectrum of collectors.
For more information on the work of Danielle Procacco, visit http://www.danielleproaccio.net.