Exhibition of paintings by Joan Langley Shaw
On view from August 28 through October 23, 2020
Twenty Minutes from Everywhere at Artists Group Gallery
Wax Impressions: Encaustic Monoprints by Mark Lavatelli
July 21 - September 20 , 2020
Paintings by Dennis Bertram
Resolutions at El Museo will open on December 6th.
Opening Reception is from 7 - 10 pm.
The Community Art Gallery at Fox Run presents: Painting Outdoors at Chautauqua
Pictured: Lynn McElhaney
This show is a retrospective of the work of the late BSA member Lynne McElhaney, artist and professor of design at Buffalo State College from 1970 to 2005.
Join Diane Bond for a book arts workshop. Details below.
New this Year! Painting Raffle. Read on.
George Gilham, Norma Joy and Rose Popper Included in Group of Eight Artists at Carnegie
Buffalo Big Print Gallery will feature images by Paula Sćiuk in conjunction with Chautauqua Area Potters, “Fire and Ice” exhibition
ASI announces inaugural Creative Professionals Exchange, a two-day mini conference bringing together the region's leading changemakers in the arts.
Friday, October 25, 1 - 5:15 PM
Saturday, October 26, 9 AM - 1:15 PM
Tri-Main Center (2495 Main Street in Buffalo)
$30 for one day; $50 for two
Full schedule with session descriptions
Complicated, Dennis Bertram's solo exhibition, opens at the Dolce Valvo Art Center at Niagara Community College.
Please join Bunny Leighton in JOY!
A show of aesthetic expression and persistence!
Patterns and Growth: An exhibition featuring the work of Cindi O'Mara and her former students.
Norine Spurling Retrospective at Artists Group Gallery and Art Dialogue Gallery
Western new York Artists Group's 25th Annual Fall Dinner & Silent Art Auction on September 17 will feature many BSA artists' donated work. Advanced registration is required.
This exhibition, selected from the extensive collection of BSA member and past president Gerald Mead, consists of over 50 collages and assemblages, dating from the 1960s to the present, by artists associated with Western New York by birth or residency.
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Buffalo Arts Commission: How does the commission work in the larger context of city support of arts culture?
Art can take many forms, from traditional statuary and painting, to temporary installations and exhibits, and out-of-the-ordinary applications such as unique designs and material applied to public spaces, buildings or fixtures.