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21st Annual Juried Members Exhibition – Modern Works


Address: 1 Linwood Ave.

City: Buffalo, NY 14209 USA

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March 24th to March 25th, 201711:00 am - 12:00 am
March 27th to March 28th, 201711:00 am - 12:00 am
March 28th to March 29th, 201711:00 am - 12:00 am
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Category: Art

Announced-date: 2017-03-01

Brief-description: Second installation. Opens March 24 through April 21.

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About: The Western New York Artists Group is pleased to present the modern installation of our 21st Annual Juried Members Exhibition. Our “21st Annual Juried Members Exhibition is being juried by Gerald Mead, a Western New York artist and art instructor. The exhibit will include a variety of works in different mediums representing a wide range of techniques and styles depicting modern, abstract and cutting edge works. The Exhibit will be on view from March 24 through April 21, 2017For further information contact gallery director Donald J. Siuta at 716-885-2251. This exhibition is being made possible in part through public funding from the County of Erie and the City of Buffalo and through funding from Stony Dental Care, Art Dialogue Gallery and Riverside Federal Credit Union. Thank you for supporting the arts. About the Juror: Gerald Mead is an independent curator, art collector and arts writer who teaches in the Design and Art Education Departments at SUNY Buffalo State. He is a leading authority on Western New York art and received his MFA in Visual Studies from the University at Buffalo, where he was a Dean’s Scholar. As a former longtime curator at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, Mead organized over 130 exhibitions, some of which toured nationally. He is an appointed member of the Buffalo Arts Commission, serves on several art committees and boards in the region and frequently juries local and national art exhibitions. Mead’s own artwork is in the collections of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, George Eastman Museum, Castellani Art Museum, Oregon State University, Sprint Foundation, and the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction in Fort Worth, TX among others. Mead’s works have been in museum and gallery exhibitions throughout the US and in Australia, Canada, China, England, Poland, and Russia and are published in five collegiate textbooks. He has also lectured on his work at Cambridge University, Chautauqua Institution and several SUNY Colleges and Universities and r


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