Lila Krehbiel’s exhibit, “Constructive Interference,” is on July 3rd, 7-9pm, at the C.G.Jung Center, 408 Franklin Street, Buffalo.
Stephen Houseknecht was awarded Second Prize in the Made in NY 09 juried exhibition at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Auburn NY. Houseknecht has also been included in the Curator’s Choice Exhibition in the Albright Knox Collectors Gallery.
BSA 2009 Allentown Art Festival winners: Doreen Cutting, Purchase Award; Kathleen E. Dworak, Realistic Watercolor 1st place; Jody Ziehm, 2nd place; E. Jane Stoddard, honorable mention; Lorna Berlin, 1st place Abstract Watercolor; Marjorie Norton, honorable mention; Kathleen McDonnell, drawing/graphics, 3rd place.
George Grace’s artwork is on the front and back pages of Earth’s Daughter Magazine, vol. 31. They were selected by two of the editors from last summer’s BSA exhibition at Insite Gallery.
Monica Angle, Nancy Belfer, Priscilla Bowen, Lukia Costello, Joan Fitzgerald, George Grace, Catherine Linder Spencer and Beth Pedersen are exhibiting at the Indigo Art Gallery, 74 Allen Street, Buffalo to August 2.
Lila Krehbiel, formerly Lila Mandzyk, will be conducting two Ukranian Easter egg workshops in April, the first on Satuday, April 4 from 9 to noon at the Buffalo Arts Studio, Suite 500, TriMain Building, 5th floor, 2495 Main Street, Buffalo. The cost of the workshop is $35. Register by calling 833-4450, ext. 13. The second workshop is on Saturday, April 18 from 9:30 to noon at the Creative Edge Studio, Suite 412, 4th floor, TriMain Building, 2495 Main Street, Buffalo. The cost of this workshop is $30. Register by calling 862-0367. Both require you to bring 3 fresh eggs or 3 uncracked hard boiled eggs to the workshop. Lila’s interest in her Ukranian heritage prompted her to learn this time-honored art.
Rita Argen Auerbach received The Arts Council in Buffalo & Erie County’s Individual Achievers Award at their 23rd Annual Arts Awards Luncheon on Mar. 20. Ten BSA members bought a table to applaud Rita’s achievement.
Ann Stievater, Joan Shaw, Joan Turrell, Patricia Sciandra and Sharon Fundalinski are exhibiting in the The Niagara Frontier Plein Air Painters Exhibition: “Landscape: Inspiration and Interpretation” at Partners in Art Gallery, 74 Webster St., North Tonawanda, until Mar. 27.
Nancy Cerny, Sylvia Coles, Helen Russell and Norine Spurling are exhibiting in the Impact Artists Gallery’s Women’s 2009 National Exhibition until April 3 at the Tri-Main Center, Suite 545, 2495 Main St., Buffalo, 835-6817, juried by Coni Minneci and chaired by Helen Russell.
Fran Noonan and Len Kagelmacher showed from Feb. 13 – Mar. 13 at the Art Dialogue Gallery, 1 Linwood Ave., Buffalo.