Arthur Barnes has been working on a series of Erie Canals murals in Orleans County.
Joan Fitzgerald's 'Death's Cold Harvest', her third crime novel, tops off her run of fourteen published books.
Daemen College showcases BSA members who are current or former faculty members from the Gerald Mead Collection.
Wendy Caldwell Maloney's watercolors and mixed media works on view at Betty's.
Mink's "Golden Compass" to show at Oxford Gallery.
Jeanne Gugino has been selected to exhibit three of her works at the Quin House in Boston, MA.
Michele Marcotte's work is accepted in two exhibits, the Hera Gallery in Rhode Island and Exhibizone, an exhibit platform for Biararin, a Toronto, Canada based company.
Phyllis Thompson has completed a six week residency at the Albright Knox Northland and mural on Northland Avenue wall.
John Merlino takes two top honors for Realism and Futurism from the 2021 American Art Awards.
Linda Ludwig garners top honors in 2021 ACYC show in Penn Yan.
Gerald Mead and Diane Bond jury winners for Rochester Exhibit.
McCullagh takes top prize in Kenan Center Buffalo Fine Arts League Show.
Frani Evedon work to be on exhibit in Rochester Memorial Art Gallery show.
Sean Madden is an artist and guitarist who has produced a documentary on his performance experiences: Who Is FlashBoomPow?
George Grace will be the featured artist in the Fine Arts League Fall Exhibition at the Kenan House.
Edreys Wajed unveiled a mural of the late congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis on Buffalo's Matt Urban Center.
Andrea Tasevski's portrait 'Ryan' wins portrait award at Adirondack National Pastel Exhibition.
Barbara Murak's "Broken Hearted" hand knitted sculpture was juried into a national exhibition, Expressions 2021, Marin Society of Artists.
Congratulations to Marc Duquette who is honored again to have two paintings selected to be shown at the Salmagundi Club
Mike Killelea won first prize in the Canandaigua “Paint the Town” plein air event.
Lynn Northrop's sculpture works to be presented at Big Orbit/CEPA Galleries.
Paula Sciuk has been granted residency in the Gullkistan Center for Creativity in Iceland.
Rose Popper’s sculpture, “Bloom,” 2020, alabaster, was accepted into the juried Made in NY 2020 art exhibit.
Nancy Belfer's fiber work has been accepted into a show at the Burchfield-Penney Art Center.
Deborah Hill's 'Losing the Mamba' has won the Best Impressionism Category by the National Acrylic & Oil Painters' Society. The contest was for the Best of America Small Works 2021.
Her work was featured at the Principle Gallery in Charleston SC.
You can view the entire exhibition here -on display from May 7- June 2.