Congratulations to the BSA members who were accepted into the 2009 Area Artists Show, Albright-Knox Collectors Gallery. Rita Argen Auerbach, Priscilla Bowen, Joan Hambleton. Irene Haupt, Stephen Houseknect, Pat Fortunato, Gerald Mead and Paula Sciuk.
Sean Madden is an artist and guitarist who has produced a documentary on his performance experiences: Who Is FlashBoomPow?
Train Control Panel 12TH ANNUAL BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER STEVEN H. SIEGEL FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LOS ANGELES, CA. – Professional photographer Steve H. Siegel of the United States of America was honored with the 12th Annual Black and White Spider Awards Nominee title for his image, Train Control Panel in the category of Architecture at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photo Show streamed Saturday, October 14, 2017. The live online gala was attended by over 11,000 photography fans around the globe who logged on to watch the climax of the industry’s most important event for black and white photography. 12th Annual Jury members included captains of the industry from The Armory Show, New York; Christie’s, London; McCann, Singapore; GQ,…
The Pat Balkin law firm has acquired 12 fine art photography prints from Dennis Stierer to add to its extensive collection of his work. Among them are Robin Hood Flour and Trees of Yaddo. Catholic Health Systems has also acquired the rights to 4 fine art works depicting Lockport Canal scenes and Apple Orchards to be converted into approximately 9′ by 15′ wallpaper murals which will be installed in the new hospital reception, MRI, and CT rooms currently being built in Lockport, NY. Two of the works are Evening Locks and Apple Blossoms.
BSA member Pat Fortunato was juried into the National Watercolor Society Members Exhibition in San Pedro CA, opening on April 15.
Nancy Clarke Mariani won Best of Show for her soft pastel Holding the Sheets. The Pastel Society of Western New York Spring Exhibition was held at St John Fisher College in the Patrick O’Keefe Ross Gallery.
MICROCOSMIC ARCHIVE: A History of Nichols by Gerald Mead March 12 – May 11, 2010 Artist Reception: Sunday, March 14, 2 – 4 pm Nichols School Gallery Flickinger Performing Arts Center 1250 Amherst St., Buffalo 14216 This exhibition, a new body of work by well-known regional artist, educator and curator Gerald Mead, consists of a series of 50 small-scale collages that chronicle the 118-year history of Nichols School. The source material for the eloquent collages was duplicate material in the School’s archive and school related ephemera that was contributed by faculty, staff, students and alumni for use in the project. This vast resource of historic and contemporary material included yearbooks and other school publications, development brochures, event tickets and programs, school forms, student projects, photographs,…