LATEST NEWS: September 11 2015
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We are currently working on a new website for Caniglia's Art.


We apologize for the delay. You can check Caniglia's facebook page and blog page for current paintings and news until the website is completed. Caniglia has two Museum shows coming up over the next year as well as upcoming gallery shows. He is also in a new movie coming out this spring. Yes that is correct he helped with artwork but he also acted in the film which is an action thriller. More news on that will be coming soon as the final edits are in the works. Caniglia has also been teaching in the Atelier tradition on the creation of concept art for books and movies. If you would like info on purchasing Caniglia's art please e-mail directly to me at caniglia@caniglia-art.com.

We will have more news coming soon on the upcoming his Museum shows, movie concept art work and a special magazine edition with Caniglia artwork on the cover.

For information on Caniglia's art please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about his exhibitions.

CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LATEST NEWS: November 11 2013
Caniglia "A Christmas Carol"

Caniglia and Dickens

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Caniglia has been working for the last 6 months with the publisher The Easton Press on paintings and drawings for a new special 170th anniversary edition of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”. This special edition will feature 13 new oil paintings and 30 special interior drawings that will be specially placed throughout this book.

Each book will be signed and numbered with a slipcase. We will be showing more pictures of the artwork over the next few months before the official release. The book will ship on November 11. If you would like to reserve a copy before it sells out, we have posted the link below.

We will have more news coming soon on the upcoming IlluXcon Museum show, movie concept art work and a special magazine edition with Caniglia artwork on the cover.

For information on Caniglia's version of A Christmas Carol.

CLICK HERE.


Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about the exhibition.

CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: April 11 2013
Caniglia Lectures and Locus Magazine

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The first lecture is April 12th at Creighton University from 6:00 to 8:00pm. The lecture called “Survival in the Arts” covers different avenues and choices artist have to make once they graduate and decide to enter the next phase of their art careers. Caniglia gives ideas, insight and different methods of surviving as an artist while making sure that they maintain their integrity.

The second lecture will be on April 18th at Iowa State University (Kocimski Auditorium) from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. The lecture is called “Graphic Storytellers: Illustrating Horror and Fantasy Books”. Caniglia will discuss his artwork, as well as artists throughout the ages who have used graphic storytelling to depict the human conditions and build compositions in religious, mythological, allegorical and political narratives.

Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to Caniglia lecture on his art and his approach to surviving as an artist. His lectures always bring timely, inspiring, and important ideas to the art community

Caniglia’s artwork is featured in the April issue of “Locus Magazine”. The 45th anniversary issue features an in-depth interview with Caniglia in the artist spotlight section. He talks about his work on movie concept art, books, lectures, and teaching.

For those who might not know, Locus Magazine is the award winning magazine that has been covering the science fiction and fantasy field since 1968. Locus publishes news of the Science Fiction publishing field with extensive reviews and listings of new science fiction books and magazines.

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Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about the exhibition.

CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: June 1st 2012
Caniglia at the Allentown Art Museum

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The Allentown Art Museum presents "At the Edge -Art of the Fantastic" the most comprehensive exhibition of fantastic art to date.

This is the first time that this discipline of imaginative realism has been presented on such a large scale in a Museum setting.
The Allentown Art Museum is expecting 30,000 people to attend the show. As the curator Patrick Wilshire says “That's a lot of eyes on fantastic art all in one place, with media coverage as far abroad as the UK and Japan.”

Don’t miss your chance to see the paintings of Arthur Rackham, Dulac, Gerome, Frazetta, H.R. Giger, N. C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle and yes our very own Caniglia on the walls of the Allentown Museum. If you are on the east coast don’t miss the preview party that opens this Saturday June 2nd from 6:00-8:00pm. Caniglia will be attending the special preview party.
A huge thanks to Patrick and Jeannie Wilshire guest curators, and J. Brooks Joyner the Allentown Art Museum Director for making this show a reality.

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Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about the exhibition. CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.
Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: May 23rd 2012
CANIGLIA-BOOK-SOLD OUT

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Caniglia’s new limited edition book has sold out, thanks to everyone who bought one. “I before E except after death” was limited to only 100 copies. We’re sorry for those who missed out, we were surprised by the speed it sold out.



Caniglia is currently working on a new limited edition small book that will hopefully be ready to order by December. We will have more details as the book gets closer to going to the printer.

Caniglia would like to thank everyone who came out to Kansas City this weekend to see the Spectrum Fantastic Art Live Show. We truly appreciate those who bought books, posters and original pieces of his artwork.

The show was incredible and stunning on so many levels. So many gifted artist in one show. As Caniglia mentioned on Facebook he was humbled and inspired by so many and was proud to be part of such an event. Thanks again to all of you who came by his booth to say hi and just talk. We have included a few photos of Caniglia with his friends and mentors George Pratt and Phil Hale.

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Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about shows and lectures. CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.
Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: May 6th 2012
Caniglia-Spectrum Art Live

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Spectrum Fantastic Art Live is just 13 days away!


Caniglia will be exhibiting his latest paintings, posters, and books at the show.




This event was conceived and organized by Cathy and Arnie Fenner, who are also the directors behind the highly popular annual, Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art. Caniglia’s art has appeared in over 5 of the annuals.

The idea behind their show is one that is artist friendly regardless of style, genre or types and that is accessible to everyone. With this in mind they have been planning and organizing this new event for a number of years, the culmination of which will become a reality for three days, running from May 18-20 at the Bartle Hall Grand Ballroom in Kansas City, Missouri.

The show will feature over 200 art exhibitors. This includes Caniglia, Brom, Mike Mignola, Ian McCaig, Greg Manchess and Phil Hale who wrote the introduction to Caniglia’s art book “As Dead as Leaves” in 2004.
This is going to be a very special event that you do not want to miss.

For more info on Spectrum Art Live. CLICK HERE.

Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about shows and lectures. CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.
Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: April 1st 2012

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Caniglia has just signed on for a show in August at the new Atlas Fantasy Art House located in Carmel, Indiana. Caniglia will present a new series of paintings at the show. He will also give a lecture and painting demo. William H Niemeyer III owns the Gallery. Niemeyer has been on the forefront of collecting and showing imaginative realism and fantastic art for years. He is currently working on a film about Fantastic art and its origins.

We will have more updates about the opening dates coming soon.

Please take time to check out the Atlas Fantasy Art House on Facebook with updates about Caniglia's show and lecture. CLICK HERE.

Please check out the upcoming film from Atlas Film Productions CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 29th 2012

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Caniglia has been working on a new series of paintings for upcoming shows in 2012. He has also been working on two new portraits. Here is one of the portraits that are currently on his easel. This painting is titled “There is a light that Never Goes Out”.

The title is a reference to Morrissey’s poetry in The Smiths song. We will have more updates coming soon on the upcoming show in Kansas City.



Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about shows and lectures. CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 2 2012

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Happy New Year! We have great news to announce as we begin the New Year. Caniglia’s artwork has been selected for IlluXcon V. The fifth annual IlluXCon symposium will take place in Altoona, PA on November 8-11, 2012.

As the only convention exclusively dedicated to fantastic art, IlluXCon is the largest gathering of fantastic art and artists in the world.

This year’s event was juried by a panel of the World’s leading Museum Directors, Curators, and Art Directors. The judges for this year's show were:

Michael John Angel, founder, Angel Academy of Art in Florence, Italy
J. Brooks Joyner - President and CEO, Allentown Art Museum
Mary Holahan - Curator, Delaware Museum of Art
Vincent Miller, publisher, International Artist magazine
Jon Schindehette - Senior Creative Director, D&D, Wizards of the Coast

Caniglia’s art was selected for the event and he has also been asked to give a couple lectures. The 2012 show will feature nearly 60 artists in the exhibition. Several hundred original paintings and drawings will be on display at the show, along with demonstrations, lectures, round tables, art director portfolio reviews, and small group workshops.


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: November 22nd 2011

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Caniglia's latest artbook from Unimpressed Press is now available.


"I before E except after Death" features all new oil paintings, watercolors and sketches. The book is limited to only 100 hardcover copies. Each book contains an original Caniglia sketch on the front page. This new collection of art also includes a brief statement from the notes of Caniglia's personal journal.

This book takes the viewer through the Memento Mori of Caniglia's latest work and shows them glimpses of a dark and decaying world that offers a glimpse of hope if they are willing to search. Don't get caught up in the grammar of life!
If you would like to order Caniglia's New Artbook CLICK HERE.

Please take time to check out the Caniglia Art Page on Facebook with updates about shows and lectures. CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.
We will have more information for upcoming lectures, book projects and more shows...so please keep checking the latest news updates.



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LATEST: August 14th 2011

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Caniglia's artwork has been chosen to be part of the largest , most comprehensive exhibition of fantastic art to ever take place in a U.S. mainstream museum. The show is called "At The Edge: Art of the Fantastic. The show opens on June 3rd and will run through September 9th, 2012 at The Allentown Art Museum.

The show is curated by Patrick and Jeannie Wilshire, directors of the Association of Fantastic Art. Caniglia's work will be featured with over 175 paintings covering the period from 1860 to the present. The show will feature such artist as NC Wyeth, Howard Pyle, Frazetta, Dulac and many more gifted artist throughout the history of Fantastic Art.

The show will have a Full-Color Catalog. So mark the date, this is one show that you do not want to miss.
Caniglia is also finishing up a new art book that will be released in late September.

Caniglia is also now on Facebook with updates about shows and lectures. just CLICK HERE and LIKE the page.
We will have more information for upcoming lectures, book projects and more shows...so please keep checking the latest news updates.



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: April 18th 2011

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Caniglia would like to thank everyone who came out on Saturday for the opening at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis and showed their support. The opening was amazing! For those of you who might not know “The Soap Factory" is dedicated to the production, presentation and promotion of emerging contemporary practice across the visual arts. Committed to experimentation and risk-taking, The Soap Factory offers audiences a real and immediate experience of the arts, encouraging a wider understanding of and appreciation for artists and their work.

TheSoap Factory Gallery is located at 518 Second St. Minneapolis MN 55458. The Gallery is open Thu-Fri 2pm-8pm:weekends 12pm -5pm. For more info on the Soap Factory just CLICK HERE
Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who came out to his group show at the 13th Street Gallery Hot Shops Art Center in Omaha last week. The group show is called “Old Friends-Reunion-New Work”. It features Caniglia, Stephen Roberts, Robert Willits, and many of Omaha’s best figurative painters. The show will be on display until the first week of May.
Hot Shops Art Center is located at 1301 Nicholas Street Omaha, NE.
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The drawing in this update is one of the sketches that was in the Soap Factory show. The Old Master style drawing is called "Birth of the Sun" and is a study Caniglia created for an oil painting he is working on.
We will have more information for upcoming lectures and book projects...so please keep checking the latest news updates.



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 24th 2011

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Happy New Year! 2011 is shaping into a huge year of art shows, book projects, teaching, and more concept art projects.

Caniglia is part of three big art shows this year with more dates to come for other shows.

The First show will be at the RNG Gallery, located at 1915 Leavenworth Street. Downtown Omaha, Nebraska. The reception and opening will be Saturday March 12th and the show will run until March 26th.

The second show will be at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, MN. Caniglia will be part of the Marcy Arts Partnership gala which opens on Saturday, April 16th, from 6:00-11:00pm at the Soap Factory. The Gallery is located at 518 Second St. Minneapolis MN 55458. The Gallery is open Thu-Fri 2pm-8pm:weekends 12pm -5pm. For more info on the Soap Factory just CLICK HERE

The third show that will feature Caniglia’s work will be at IlluXcon 4 located on the campus of Penn State University. IlluXcon’s popularity continues to grow world wide, and to such an extent that this coming year the exhibiting artists have been selected through a jury peer review. The judges were Jon Schindehette (AD for Dungeons & Dragons), Jeremy Jarvis (AD for Magic: the Gathering), Todd Lockwood, Robh Ruppel, and Donato Giancola.

We are happy to announce that Caniglia made the cut and will be attending alongside an impressive list of fellow artists. This is one major show that is worth seeing if you are in the Altoona, PA area in November 2011. Caniglia will be showing his entire new collection of oil paintings. This show opens on November 3rd and features the largest gathering of fantastic art and artist in the world. For more info on IlluXcon just CLICK HERE

Caniglia will also be teaching at Creighton University this summer. Caniglia will join the faculty at Creighton's Fine Arts program. Caniglia's class will cover atelier methods with cast drawing and portrait painting with oils. Caniglia will also be teaching at The Kent Bellows Studio and Center for the Visual Arts Center.
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The two paintings in this update are new oil paintings that will be in upcoming shows.
We will have more information for upcoming lectures and book projects...so please keep checking the latest news updates.



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: October 29th 2010

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Caniglia’s new oil paintings will be featured at Last Rites Gallery in New York.
Don't miss the chance to see this show. The show opens tonight Friday, October 29th at 7pm, Last Rites Gallery presents its 13th Hour group exhibit, celebrating surreal artwork. The show features renowned artists from around the globe, working in an array of mediums including painting, photography, and sculpture. Among the talent included in this exhibit is Chris Mars, known for his deeply psychological, meticulously layered oil paintings; Caniglia know for his surreal figurative paintings that dig deep into the heart of the human condition, David Stoupakis, a gothic surrealist painter who’s been profiled by media including Rolling Stone, Juxtapoz, and Spin Magazine; and Chet Zar, who’s dark vision has been featured in films including “The Ring”, “Hellboy II”, “Planet of the Apes”, as well as for the band Tool.
Full artist list is as follows: Paul Booth, Scott G. Brooks, Caniglia, John Cebollero, David R. Choquette, Christopher Conte, Brendan Danielsson, Jason D’Aquino, Pedro De Kastro, Paul Gerrard, Fred Harper, Naoto Hattori, Charlie Immer, Sarah Joncas, Laurie Lipton, Travis Louie, Michael Mararian, Chris Mars, Richard Meyer, Chris Peters, Anthony Pontius, Pooch, Paul Rumsey, José Manuel Schmill, David Stoupakis, Brian M. Viveros, Jasmine Worth, and Chet Zar.If you would like more info on the show, just CLICK HERE The exhibit is on display until November 21st.

We will have more information for upcoming shows...so please keep checking the latest news updates.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: October 2nd 2010

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Caniglia’s art work will be featured in two shows this month.
The first show opens this Friday, October 8th at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. The doors open at 6:00pm. If you are in the downtown Omaha please stop by the reception. The Bemis is located at 724 South 12th Street. If you would like more info on the Bemis-Center show, just CLICK HERE

The second show that will feature Caniglia’s art work is at “The Kent Bellows Studio and Center for Visual Arts”. The show opens on October 14th and will run until December 3rd. The doors open at 6:00 pm for the reception on October 14th. The Bellows Gallery is located at 3303 Leavenworth Street, Omaha Nebraska.
If you would like more information on The Center of Visual arts, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Caniglia has been working on a new series of paintings for upcoming shows as well as more portraits. The portrait on this news update is an oil painting that was just completed of Ethan Van de Water. If you are interested in commissioning Caniglia to paint a portrait please e-mail us with your information and request. caniglia@cox.net

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Another oil painting is currently featured on the cover of “Futile Efforts” by Tom Piccirilli. This limited edition hardcover was just released from Cemetery Dance Publishing and is almost sold out. Here is a link if you would like more info….

If you would like more infornmation on the book Futile Efforts, PLEASE CLICK HERE.



We will have a new book project that Caniglia is working on as well as more art show information...so please keep checking the latest news updates.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: AUGUST 1st 2010

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Caniglia’s artwork is featured this month in HdL Magazine. The Israeli magazine features cutting edge art and architecture that is passionate. Caniglia’s work was chosen for its attention to the human condition and his modern contemporary figurative style.
The magazine features 6 full color pages of Caniglia’s work as well as a full interview with the artist. Caniglia gives his personal insight into his latest Museum and Gallery shows in the United States and Europe.

If you would like more info on the HdL Magazine, justCLICK HERE

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Caniglia will also be showing in New York this Fall in a group show at Last Rites Gallery. The Gallery is located at 511 W. 33rd St in New York City. Gallery Owner Paul Booth features some of the most amazing, cutting edge artist across the globe. We will have more details coming soon on the show and opening times.
If you would like more info on the Gallery, justCLICK HERE

Caniglia will also be teaching an advanced Artist in Residence class at the Kent Bellows Studio and Center for the Visual Arts starting in August and the class will run until December.

If you would like more information on The Center of Visual arts, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

We will have a new book project that Caniglia is working on as well as a new magazine interview coming up and more art show information...so please keep checking the latest news updates.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: May 17th 2010

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Caniglia has been busy with more art shows, lectures, and interviews. We have been traveling a lot lately and so we apologize for the slow updates to the website.
Caniglia is part of a group exhibition that opens at the Bemis Underground in Omaha, Nebraska this Friday May 21st. The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts' mission is to support exceptional talent. It not only serves as a venue for emerging and established artists to explore process and projects, but plays an active role in stimulating discussion and conceptualization of contemporary art. Programming includes gallery talks, workshops, and cutting edge exhibitions.
If you are in the area please come vist the Bemis Center Underground which is located at 724 south 12th st. in downtown Omaha.
If you would like more info on the Bemis-Center show, justCLICK HERE

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Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who came out to the show at The Soap Factory in Minneapolis. The show was incredible and the Soap Factory once again showed why it is one of best Galleries in Minneapolis. This new sketch was on display at the Soap Factory and also used as a study for one of Caniglia’s upcoming paintings called “Veritas”. Veritas which means truth was the Goddess of truth, a daughter of Saturn, and the mother of Virtue.

Thank you for coming out and showing your support.

If you would like more info on the Soap Factory, justCLICK HERE

image Caniglia also recently did an interview with Insomina Magazine in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The interview takes an in-depth look at Caniglia’s work that he created for Stephen King and gives insight into his ideas behind his creations.

If you would like to read the interview, PLEASE CLICK HERE.


We will have more magazine interviews coming up as well as more art show information...so please keep checking the latest news updates.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 31 2010

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As the New Year begins Caniglia asked me to attach some of his thoughts and reflections from 2009…

“To say that 2009 was a challenging year for the arts would be an understatement. A lot of Museums and Universities cut back art shows, and some Galleries closed their doors. Recession conditions have not helped either. I was fortunate to travel around the country with my latest exhibition "Awaken-A New Spirit in Figurative Painting". I really enjoyed meeting so many teachers, students, and collectors. I am very thankful to the Universities, Galleries and Museums who took a chance with my art show.

It is a truism that some of the best art comes out of times that are tough—emotionally, financially and otherwise. I feel that 2009 really made me dig deeper and made my work even stronger. My work has always been about the human condition and the many levels, secrets, and gifts that it holds. Artistic integrity is what I strive for and I really feel 2010 will hold new opportunities for all us if we keep an open mind.

Thank you all for your support
Sincerely Caniglia ”


The Caniglia drawing above is for the upcoming Marcy Arts Partnership Gala, held in Minneapolis MN, on Saturday, April 17th, 2010, from 6:00-11:00pm at the Soap Factory. Mark your calendars to attend! The show is a huge art event. If you have questions about the show or would like more info, please contact Tamara at (612) 521-9807

We will have more updates on Caniglia's exhibitions as well as group art shows that he will be part of. Caniglia will also be teaching as well as doing concept art work and covers for books in 2010.

More updates will be coming soon.
Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: November 22 2009

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We have just returned from IlluXCon in Pennsylvania. Illuxcon is the only symposium in the world dedicated to Fantastic art and illustration. Caniglia had his new book and some of his latest oil paintings on display. The show takes place in Altoona, PA, at the Heritage Art Center and Penn State University. Illuxcon features the largest display of original fantastic art in the world, as well as multiple days of lectures, demos, and presentations covering a wide variety of topics related to art and art history.

Caniglia gave a lecture on "The History of Fantastic Art, from the renaissance artist to present day painters. Caniglia's lecture showed a timeline of the greatest fantastic artist of all time and the similarities between them. His slideshow made comparisons in the styles and compositions of Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Gericault, Bouguereau, Kollwitz and Odd Nerdrum.

Caniglia was also part of the panel called "The Art of Self Promotion" which was a roundtable discussion. with Boris Vallejo, Julie Bell, Donato Giancola, Ruth Sanderson, and Caniglia

image Illuxcon is such a unique art event and Pat and Jeannie Wilshire did an amazing job once again of coordinating this huge art show. It was great to see so many students, teachers, art directors, collectors, and art lovers at one event.

Here are a few pictures of Caniglia at the exhibition.
If you would like to learn more about Illuxcon, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: September 20 2009

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Caniglia would like to thank everyone who came out to the opening reception at Pulp Gallery. The show will be on display for a month. So if you are in the downtown Omaha area, please stop by the Gallery.

Caniglia will also be giving a Gallery talk and lecture on Tuesday, September 29th at 6pm. If you would like to know more about Caniglia's art, technique, and background then don't miss this lecture. It is open to the public and students.

image Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who came out to his Lit Fest panel this weekend. Timothy Schaffert once again produced an amazing Literary Festival that showcased a lot of talented writers and artist.

PULP Gallery is open Tues-Friday 11am -8 pm, Saturday 12pm-9pm, Sundays 12pm-4pm and is always open on Monday by appointment. To schedule a visit, please call (402) 319-7857 or e-mail info@p-u-l-p.com.
If you would like to visit the PULP Gallery Website, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: September 4 2009

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Caniglia's new art book is now available in softcover and hard back. The book is called "Awaken The Art of Caniglia" and is an exhibition catalog that features 40 pages of full color artwork from his touring exhibit. The exhibition will be touring Galleries, Universities and Museums, in 2009 and 2010. You can view the new book and purchase it by CLICKING HERE.

Caniglia will also be part of the guest panel at the upcoming (Downtown) Omaha Lit Fest, which is held on the weekend of September 18th through the 20th.

Timothy Schaffert asked Caniglia to be on the panel of Contemporary writers and artist which will discuss the influence of classic pulp fiction (romance, noir, horror, sci-fi, westerns etc.) on their work specifically and the literary culture in general. They will also talk on the subject of the art and language of horror.
Schaffert who is a brilliant writer is also the founder and director, of Omaha’s Literary Festival. The Panel will take place at the Kaneko Studios by the Bemis Art Center. The panel starts at 3 pm on Saturday, Sept 19 You can view more info about Lit Fest by CLICKING HERE.

Caniglia’s solo art exhibit
called "Awaken – A New Spirit in Figurative Painting" will also kick off on the same weekend in September at PULP Art Gallery located in the downtown old market area of Omaha, Nebraska

The show opens on Friday September 18th to the public and the Artist’s Reception will be held that evening September 18th from 7pm to 10pm. Caniglia will be signing books at the reception. The exhibition will run through October 13th.

PULP Gallery is open Tues-Friday 11am -8 pm, Saturday 12pm-9pm, Sundays 12pm-4pm and is always open on Monday by appointment. To schedule a visit, please call (402) 319-7857 or e-mail info@p-u-l-p.com.
If you would like to visit the PULP Gallery Website, PLEASE CLICK HERE.




Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: August 6 2009

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Caniglia's art work is featured this month in the Iowa State University show "30 Thirty and Beyond". The exhibition showcases the best artwork submitted by alumni from the College of Design and its predecessor programs. The show opened on August 3rd and will close on September 26. You can view the exhibition online by CLICKING HERE.

Caniglia's art work was also featured in the last issue of "Underground Voices". Underground Voices is an online and print literary magazine created in 2004. It caters to edgy, raw, dark fiction, flash fiction, cutting edge visual artists and poetry. The Los Angeles based magazine did a special feature on Caniglia's art. You can view the online zine by CLICKING HERE.

The painting featured in this latest news update will be part of Caniglia's upcoming book and solo exhibition. The painting is called "HARDCORE-Apple". It is one of the many new oppressed fruits and vegetable pieces Caniglia has been working on.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: July 7 2009

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We now have the Omaha dates for Caniglia’s solo art exhibit that will be traveling across the United States in 2009 – 2010. The show is called "Awaken – A New Spirit in Figurative Painting" will kick off in September at PULP Art Gallery located in the downtown old market area of Omaha, Nebraska

The show opens on Friday September 18th to the public and the Artist’s Reception will be held that evening September 18th from 7pm to 10pm. Caniglia will be signing books at the reception. The exhibition will run through October 13th.

PULP Gallery is open Tues-Friday 11am -8 pm, Saturday 12pm-9pm, Sundays 12pm-4pm and is always open on Monday by appointment. To schedule a visit, please call (402) 319-7857 or e-mail info@p-u-l-p.com.

PULP Gallery is located in the Old Market Passageway at 1026 Howard Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68102 If you would like driving directions PLEASE CLICK HERE.

If you would like to visit the PULP Gallery Website, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: June 14 2009

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Caniglia’s new painting of Santa Lucia is now on display at Saint Francis Cabrini church located in the little Italy section of Omaha, Nebraska. The painting is now part of the permanent collection. The religious icon is a combination of gold leaf and oil paint. The painting took Caniglia about seven months to create and was unveiled on May 30, as part of the Santa Lucia celebration and festival which takes place once a year.

Caniglia is a Sicilian American and this was one of his first opportunities to create a piece of artwork for the Italian community that he grew up in. Caniglia's family originally came from Carlentini, Sicly. Saint Lucy is the Saint of Syracuse, Sicily. St. Lucia's feast day commemorates the day of her martyrdom, December 13th , which also was the shortest day of the year - Winter Solstice under the old Gregorian calendar. She was killed in 303 A.D. for her beliefs.

We are trying to document and video archive some of Caniglia's latest art pieces, and art shows. We have made a short video of Caniglia creating the painting of Santa Lucia. If you would like to see the process, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: May 17 2009

image Caniglia's New Art Shows

Caniglia’s new exhibition titled “Awaken” which features over 20 new oil paintings is getting ready for the final stages before starting to tour across the United States in 2009 and 2010. This solo show will open in Omaha, Nebraska, in September, then will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota in October, Altoona, Pennsylvania in November, Ames, Iowa, California and NY in early 2010. Final dates and show times will be listed soon in the Artshows section of the website. So please check back for more updates.

Here is another new drawing that Caniglia recently completed called “Winter’s Thaw”. The drawing is a mix of water color and pencil. The drawing is 10”x14” in size.

Caniglia also wanted to mention that his friends in the band “Flunk” just released their new album this week titled “This is What You Get”. Flunk is a huge inspiration for Caniglia’s art. If you are not familiar with them you really need to pick up their music. Flunk is from Norway and they have a truly unique folktronica sound. Anja Oyen Vister’s stunning voice is mesmerizing, haunting, and angelic. Ulf Nygaard , Jo Bakke, and Erik Ruud are the perfect balance in creating lush, unforgettable, soundscapes that take the listener to another realm. If you would like to find out more about FLUNK, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: April 18 2009

image Caniglia's New Art Book

Caniglia is working on the final layout stages of his new art book that will be released this summer. The book features over 40 pages of new paintings, drawings, and sketches. Most of the work was created over the last two years for Caniglia’s art shows. More updates will be coming soon.
The painting study above is one of the new images in the book. The painting is called. “Creation of Nightfall”. This is oil on canvas.

Caniglia has also finished a new painting for the cover of Margo Lanagan’s new novel “Tender Morsels” which will be released in the next few weeks by Randomhouse – David Fickling Books. The book has already been nominated for numerous awards including a Shirley Jackson award for outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, horror and the dark fantasy.

Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who was attended the Sacred Art exhibition opening at the Lofthouse Gallery in Germany. The show will be in Germany until June 7th. If you are in the area of Munich please stop by the gallery.

Once again, you can read more about the Society of Art of Imagination as well as the latest updates on the shows progress, by CLICKING HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: March 22 2009

image Caniglia's International Show

Caniglia will be showing his new oil paintings in Germany and Poland this year. He is part of the Sacred Art Exhibition that will be on display at the Lofthouse Gallery in Wessobrunn,Germany. The show opens April 4th and will be on display until June 7th 2009. The Lofthouse gallery is located inside an old monastery in Bavaria.

If you need directions to the show please call the gallery. The phone number is tel.: 0049 8809922314.

The show was organized by the Society of Art of Imagination and its honorary art members, Ernst Fuchs, H R Giger, Bob Venosa, Martina Hoffmann, Alex Grey, Laurie Lipton, Henry Boxer, De Es, and Ingo. The show will then travel to Poland. Those dates will be released later this year. This is a great chance to see Caniglia’s art in Europe and meet the artist.

You can read more about the Society of Art of Imagination as well as the latest updates on the shows progress, by CLICKING HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: March 1 2009

image Landfill Art Project

Caniglia was recently chosen to participate in the international Landfill Art project. The Landfillart Art project is an international effort encompassing one-thousand-forty-one (1,041) artists to claim a piece of rusted metal garbage (mostly hubcaps) and create fine art on them. This globally minded project explores art in a new realm that transforms waste into artistic creativity as it advocates the three R’s – reduce, re-use, and recycle.

Above is Caniglia’s creation called “Nec Spe Nec Metu-Without Hope, Without Fear”.
Ken Marquis is the founder and will be publishing a book on the project showcasing all one thousand forty one (1,041) completed “metal canvases.”

There will also be a traveling show that will feature 200 of the metal canvases. The book and traveling show will publicly portray the global art community's effort to positively impact the environment through repurposing previous metal waste into great landfill art. There are over 67 countries involved that include France, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Russia and Iceland.

You can read more about the project as well as the latest updates on its progress, by CLICKING HERE.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 30 2009

Caniglia Painting Demo…

Below is a new painting video of Caniglia creating one of his latest oil paintings "Freedom". The oil painting is part of his new series that will be traveling across the United States later this year. The narration over the top of the video is Caniglia giving insight into the painting.



We hope to create more videos of Caniglia in his studio and at his art lectures for those of you who don't get a chance to see the artist or the art shows.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: January 4 2009

image As the New Year begins Caniglia asked me to attach some of his thoughts and reflections from 2008…

“As 2008 came to a close I’d like to reflect on some highlights of this past year as well as low points. I was traveling a lot this year doing gallery shows in Los Angeles at Billy Shire’s gallery as well as Gale Hart’s gallery in Sacramento, California. The west coast puts on some of the best alternative shows that I have seen. I also did one show in Omaha, Nebraska at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. The Bemis Center does a great job in funding artist both locally and internationally to keep their art visions alive. The Highlight show of the year was IlluXcon. It was a gorgeous, museumlike exhibition of works by members of the fantastic illustration community. It featured both national and international artist that work in film, books and the gaming industry.

The low point of the year was losing my teacher, mentor, and friend Grace Hartigan. She was such an incredible artist. She was filled to the brim with life and love for all things artistic. Grace was brilliant. One of the best abstract expressionists to come out of the 1950's. She had learned and painted with Jackson Pollack and William De Kooning. Her stories were incredible and her insight into my work was like a director giving advice to an actor. She questioned my development and made me really refine what I wanted in life and art. Even though we had very different styles our message was the same. We painted life for what it was...love, birth and death. She is such an inspiration and will be missed.

I wish all of you a Happy New Year and I thank all of you who have supported my work. Sincerely Caniglia”


Caniglia recently did an in-depth interview with Mihai Adascalitei on his Fantasy art website. You can read the full interview by CLICKING HERE.

Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who came to the IlluXCon art show and his art history lecture, in Altoona, PA. The show featured one of the largest displays of fantastic art ever mounted, and was one of the largest gatherings of illustrator of any show in recent history. It was nice to see so many art students, teachers and collectors come together in one place. Pat and Jeannie Wilshire really did an incredible job to put on such a huge diverse art show.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: October 28 2008

image Caniglia will be one of the featured artist at next weeks IlluXcon.

IlluXCon, taking place November 6-9, 2008 in Altoona, PA, is the first and only convention dedicated to fantastic illustration and art. The show will feature one of the largest displays of fantastic art ever mounted, and will be the largest gathering of illustrators of any show in recent history, including many artists rarely seen on the convention circuit. IlluXCon will aim to serve as more of a professional symposium than a traditional convention and is a place where artists, collectors, and students of the genre can gather to discuss, explore, and create.

During the course of the show there will be myriad demonstrations (painting both traditional and digital as well as sculpture), lectures, and symposia-type round table discussions.

Caniglia will be giving a lecture called “From Caravaggio to Odd Nerdrum”. The lecture explores how allegorical art merged into illustration. Caniglia will show narrative artists throughout the ages, covering universal themes that are the common thread in all art.

Caniglia will be showing some of his latest oil paintings as well as some from private collections that have never been seen before. He will also be signing copies of his artbook and latest art show poster. If you are in the area don’t miss this amazing show.

If you would like to know more about the exhibit, please CLICK HERE for the details.

I have also posted one of Caniglia's latest oil paintings called "Dusk". The painting is just one of the latest in a series of new works that will be added to the website Galleries over the next couple of months.
Caniglia also has more art shows that will be posted soon as well as upcoming book and movie projects.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LATEST NEWS: July 20 2008

image Caniglia's latest sketch and upcoming exhibits.

Caniglia's latest sketch posted to the left is called “In a dream I saw the world's fate”. This new sketch is part of a series of drawings, that will be in his upcoming artshows. His latest paintings, etchings, and visions are visceral images that depict the rise and fall of flesh and the unlimited boundaries of the human spirit.

Caniglia was recently asked by Curator and Gallery owner Gale Hart to participate in the upcoming "Circus Show and Other Atrocities" exhibit.
The show opens on September 13th from 5pm -10pm at "A Bitchin' Space" Art Gallery located at 2114 19th in downtown Sacramento, California. More details are coming about the show as well as more press coverage. Juxtapoz Magazine has profiled the Gallery multiple times about their cutting edge shows.

If you are in Sacremento in September please try to make it out to the show.

If you would like to know more about the exhibit, please CLICK HERE for the details.
Caniglia also has more artshows that will be posted soon as well as upcoming book and movie projects.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: June 16 2008

image Caniglia's latest painting and upcoming exhibit.

Caniglia's latest oil painting posted to the left is called “Ascension on Twilight”. This new oil painting is part of a series of paintings that will be in his upcoming artshows. His latest paintings and visions are visceral images that depict the rise and fall of flesh and the unlimited boundaries of the human spirit.

Caniglia was also recently asked by Canadian contemporary artist Adamo Macri to participate in his Antipasto exhibit.
ANTIPASTO: Is a Tribute to Andy Warhol for Little Electric Chair from 1964.
Antipasto is being developed as a large scale art project, which will consist of numerous photographic pieces, as well as performance and sculptural work. One aspect of the project is the involvement of the celebrity and how this relates to the life and times of Andy Warhol.

People whom Macri considers important contributors to the treasury of culture, and who have defined our time have been selected to participate. His list is comprised of a cross-section of artists, actors, writers, pop culture icons, film directors, designers and musicians.

Among the list of contributors are Caniglia, H.R.Giger, Henry Rollins, Peter Hook (Joy Division), Chris Mars, David Ho and many more great artist.

If you would like to know more about the exhibit, please CLICK HERE for the details.
Caniglia also has more artshows that will be posted soon as well as upcoming book and movie projects.



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: May 3 2008

image Caniglia's latest book is now available.

Caniglia's latest illustrations can be seen in New York Times Bestselling Author Tim Lebbon's new book "The Whisper of Southern Lights". This WW II story explores the grisly chaos and ruin between two of Lebbon's greatest characters, Temple and Gabriel. Caniglia created the cover and 10 interior oil paintings for this book. The painting on the left is one of the paintings that Caniglia calls "God isn't watching or listening...so scream as loud as you want". The book was just released this week and is almost sold out.

If you would like to purchase the book, just CLICK HERE.
Caniglia would also like to thank everyone who came out for the Bemis Center Underground Art show last week in Omaha. The show was a blast and really helped the Bemis Center.

One last note this week. Caniglia wanted me to make the public and his fellow artist aware of a new law that Congress is trying to pass that will greatly damage artist rights everywhere. It is called the Orphan Works Act of 2008 and it will endanger the rights of anyone who creates intellectual property in art, music and theater.

There will be an open forum to oppose the Orphan Works Act of 2008 Tuesday, May 6 6:00 PM at The Society of Illustrators located at 128 East 63rd Street New York, NY 10065 Admission will be free. Please come join us and stand up for Artist rights. If you would like to know more about what Caniglia is talking about you can CLICK HERE on a video that explains the details.


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: April 2 2008

image Bemis Center Underground Art Opening

The Bemis Center Underground Exhibition opening reception is Friday, April 18th. The reception will run from 7:00-10:00pm. Caniglia will be at the opening so please stop by the Gallery.

Caniglia's drawing of "April Showers Brings May Flowers" is featured in the current Bemis Center Underground Art show. The Bemis Underground has been the place and space for innovative programming, out of the box ideas and brilliantly original artists. The show features the best cutting edge comtemporary art from around the United States. If you are in the area please come vist the Bemis Center Underground which is located at 724 south 12th st. in downtown Omaha. Help keep a good thing going by purchasing and supporting exciting artwork by regional and national talent.

If you would like more info on the Bemis-Center Underground Art Show, just CLICK HERE


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: March 24 2008

image Caniglia was recently interviewed by Brian Sherwin at My Art Space. My Art Space is the premier online social network for the art world. Here is a link to the in-depth interview, just Click Here

Caniglia asked me to post one of his recent angel sketches from his sketchbook. We will be posting more sketches soon.

Caniglia would also like to thank all of you who came out to the show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. It was a great turn out.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: February 18 2008

image Caniglia will be part of the 11th annual group show at the legendary La Luz de Jesus Art Gallery located in Hollywood, California.

The show is called"Everything But The Kitschen Sync" and will feature new oil paintings by Caniglia. The show will run from March 7- March 30, 2008.

La Luz de Jesus Gallery was established in 1986 in Los Angeles, California as the brainchild of entrepreneur and art collector Billy Shire. Shire is considered largely responsible for fostering a new school of art in Los Angeles prompting JUXTAPOZ Magazine to dub him "the Peggy Guggenheim of Lowbrow."

La Luz de Jesus showcases mainly figurative, narrative paintings, and unusual sculpture. The gallery's main objective is to bring underground artists and counter culture to the masses.

The Gallery is located at: 4633 Hollywod Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027 Phone 323-666-7667

Here is a link to the Galleries website Click Here

Please come out and see Caniglia’s latest work.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ News: December 9 2007

image Caniglia drawings are now available for purchase in the store section of the website. We currently have four of Caniglia's latest drawings listed in the store section and we will be adding more over the next few weeks. These are the preliminary drawings that Caniglia creates before he starts his final oil paintings.

The website is still being updated and we will have lots of new paintings, etchings and drawings available in the upcoming year.

So keep this page bookmarked for the latest news.

You can go directly to the store byClick Here

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: November 25 2007

image IlluXCon has officially been announced and Caniglia is going to be one of the attending guest artists. It’s looking like this will be the science fiction and fantasy art event of 2008. Pat Wilshire, creator of “The Illustration Exchange” is organizing the convention dedicated to sf/f artists and collectors. If you don't know what IlluXCon is, it's going to be a gathering of 40-50 of the finest traditional artist / illustrators currently working in the SF/Fantasy field and will feature one of the largest SF/Fantasy art shows in the US.

Caniglia will be displaying his latest oil paintings. He will also be giving an art lecture and art demo. Tickets are limited to this huge event so be sure to reserve yours as soon as possible. There is a link to the IlluXcon below. Click on it for more info and dates.

Caniglia would also like to thank all of you who came out for the Bemis Center for Contemporary arts show this last weekend. Over 600 hundred people attended the event and it was great to see the community supporting the arts.

More updates coming soon so bookmark this page.

You can read more details about IlluXcon by CLICKING HERE

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: October 14 2007

image One of Caniglia’s latest oil paintings called “Close to Me” is featured on the cover of Random House/Knopf Publishings new October release called “Red Spikes” by Margo Lanagan.
Red Spikes is a short story collection by the Australian Author. The collection which has gained world wide attention features Caniglia’s cover and has already been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the prestigious 2007 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award.

Caniglia was interviewed about the new book as well as his thoughts on his art work. You can read the interview by CLICKING HERE


If you would like to purchase Red Spikes, just CLICK HERE


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: September 18 2007

image Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Opening Friday the 21st

The Bemis Center Preview Exhibition opening reception is this Friday, September 21. The reception will run from 7:00-10:00pm. Caniglia will be at the opening so please stop by the Gallery.

Caniglia's painting of "Te Morituri" is featured in the current Bemis Center Art show. The show features the best comtemporary art from around the world and is featured on the Bemis Center on-line website as well. The show opened September 7th and will run until October 27th 2007. If you are in the area please come vist the Bemis Center which is located at 724 south 12th st. in downtown Omaha.

Caniglia was also selected as one of the featured artist for the Bemis Center's upcoming SlideJam which takes place on the evening of October 4th. He will show slides of his latest oil paintings and more. The event features 80 minutes of action-packed art from 16 regional artist at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.

Caniglia also asked me to show this recent oil painting called "Birth of Spring". This is just one of the many paintings in his upcoming shows.

If you would like more info on the Bemis-Center show and Slidejam, justCLICK HERE


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: July 16 2007

image Artist in Residence Finalist

Caniglia's painting "Evening Star" was chosen as a finalist on the Artist in Residence website. Artist in Residence is a publication developed for artists who want to showcase issues of central importance in their world. Developed by the Icelandic band Sigur Ros the website extends beyond print publication and creates one of the most unique online artistic communities in the World.

Finalist are given an invitation and their work is shown in the Gallery area of the Artist in Residence website. Artists are chosen who are true to their form, artist whose music, words, and actions represent integrity, quality and passion.

When I asked Caniglia what he thought about making the selection he said, “I am very humbled and honored to receive such an honor from my fellow peers who I hold with the highest respect and admiration. I feel A+R is one of the most progressive compassionate artistic communities of our time. I am also truly in awe of what the Icelandic community has been doing in the world. The music, literature and artwork is truly breathtaking. I sense a new renaissance is emerging from their culture and slowing growing around the world. I am just honored to be a small part of their vision.”

Please take time to visit the Artist in Residence website, just CLICK HERE


Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: July 10 2007

image Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Show
Caniglia's painting of "Te Morituri" will be featured in the upcoming Bemis Center Art show in Omaha, Nebraska. The show features the best comtemporary art from around the world and will be featured on the Bemis Center on-line website as well. The show opens September 7th and will run until October 27th 2007. If you are in the area please come vist the Bemis Center which is located at 724 south 12th st. in downtown Omaha.
If you would like to visit the Bemis-Center website, CLICK HERE

Books that feature Caniglia's Art

image There are two new books that feature cover and interior artwork from Caniglia. The first book is a new Novel from the award winning British author Tim Lebbon and the book is called "The Everlasting". The second book is from the New York Times best selling author F. Paul Wilson and the book is called "The Peabody-Ozymandias Traveling Circus & Oddity Emporium". This is part of his Adversary Cycle Stories. Both books are available at NEP Press.

If you would like more info on these two booksCLICK HERE



Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: APRIL 25 2007

image Metamorphosis: Publication of 50 Surreal & Fantastic Artists is now available.
This new hardcover art book presents the work of 50 contemporary Surreal & Fantastic Artists. This cutting edge publication, shows the extremes of both ‘light’ and ‘dark’ themes in art. The two extremes are usually presented separately, but in this art book they belong together under the umbrella of human experience. The book features the work of established artists such as Caniglia, Ernst Fuchs, Alex Grey, Victor Safonkin, Andrew Gonzalez, Martina Hoffmann, Brom and Robert Venosa alongside that of relatively unknown – though extraordinary – artists, this book aims to bring a host of new artists into the public eye. This publication will be the first of a series that will provide exposure for many more artists in future.

ORDER METAMORPHOSIS

image Professor Philip Rubinov Jacobson describes this collection as "a unique book presenting art that dissolves the divisions between mind, body and Spirit. Such divisions that many accept as rigid and absolute begin to melt and change in the flames of the fantastic. Many of these artists feel that they are on a mission, following a vision like a task. They know that a task without vision is drudgery. They know that a vision and a task is the hope of the world."

If you would like to order a copy of Metamorphosis CLICK HERE

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS: MARCH 2 2007

image After almost an entire year of changes and updates Caniglia's new website is now live. The new website now includes a slideshow option in Caniglia's galleries as well as his most recent paintings, drawings and sketches.

Also for the collectors their is a new publications section that contains the numerous books and magazines that have featured Caniglia's artwork. This is the most comprehensive list that can be found on his published work.

Caniglia would like to thank all the people who helped in this huge endeavor. So please click away through the new website and enjoy the Wondrous Strange World's of Caniglia.

Thank You
Jacqui: Director of Caniglia-Art



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