UPCOMING & ON VIEW
Reflections- A Solo Retrospective
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct 4, 6-9PM
Meet & greet with the artist: Thursday, October 10 at 6:30PM
Additional Gallery hours: Saturday, Oct 12, 11AM -2PM
This exhibition will be on view Oct 4-12.
Lucy Maliszewski is a professional painter working in an abstract expressionist style using forms inspired by the Abstract Creative Movement from the 1970's.
She primarily works in oil paint because of the fluidity and expressiveness inherent in the medium. Reflections- a solo Retrospective showcases works from her career as an artist dating back to the 1970’s.
In this show her works depict raw energy and her reflections on her love of reflections of light, color, the ocean and other moving forms reminiscent of the abstract expressionist movement. Her works are strong and dynamic, using unusual color combinations and organic forms found in nature to depict anguish and contentment.
Lucy was born in Detroit, Michigan and lived in Dearborn and Rochester Hills until 1994. Then moved to Cape Cod where she found inspiration in the beauty of the ocean and lighthouses. Looking forward to her walks with her golden retrievers Prince and Bailey. In 2017, she relocated to Buffalo, NY where she currently resides.
Strange City- Photography Exhibition by Nick Rider
Opening Reception: Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
ONE NIGHT ONLY EVENT
From the artist:
My name is Nick Rider and I am a fine art and commercial photographer in Buffalo, New York. I love capturing and creating compositions inspired by culture. I am influenced by the unique identities of people, cities, along with literature and film.
This exhibition is titled “Strange City”, and consists of imagery captured throughout the city of Buffalo, NY, and processed through the mind of surrealism and imagination. Each photo has elements of culture, architecture, design, and color, to depict more layers and perspective of the Nickle City. I'm excited to share this experience with my city!
Join me for this one night only exhibition to view my latest photography work featuring Buffalo in a surreal point of view.
This event is free. Refreshments will be provided.
Learn more about my work on my website:
Public Art Initiative on Oliver Street
On view on Oliver Street now until December 2019.
Lumber City Development Corporation presents "Art on Oliver", a public art initiative to beautify the Oliver Street neighborhood.
Attendees are invited to walk down Oliver Street to view an array of art hanging in the storefront windows of businesses.
Attendees will also see a mural by Chuck Tingley at the DHU Strand Theatre on the corner of Oliver Strett & First Ave.
Over 50 artists responded to a public call for art for this project. The art that will be installed in the windows were selected by a panel of community members and professionals from our local arts community.
All artists who submitted artwork to the project are invited to participate in the exhibition at Project 308 Gallery.
Art on Oliver is a collaborative effort between Lumber City Development, Donna Stratton Braun, Natalie Brown, Joan Horn from Partners In Art Complex, Lisa Langer from River Art Gallery & Gifts, Amy Sileo from Sherwood Florist.
This project is funded by a Yahoo Community Fund for Niagara County.