|Richard Huntington. A Buffalo favorite, and an old friend from my past. Back in the 70’s when I was but a young curator at the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, Richard spent a year as the artist-in-residence there. We had good times in our youths.|
|Indigo Art showed quite a potpourri from artists Jozef Bajus, Nancy Belfer, Ani Hoover, Bill Stewart.|
Felice Koenig. Wow. This woman has good eyes and remarkable control. Look close.
Here’s Diane standing in one of Mark Lavatelli’s forests.
Birch Libralato exhibited several artists from his Tecumseth Street gallery.
Dennis Maher and Gary Sczerbaniewicz from Buffalo.
Meibohm Fine Arts, a third-generation gallery in East Aurora, New York.
Esther Neisen displayed her psychological insect constructions. Creepy until you listen to her reasons for making them. Then, well, creepier.
Now we come to OGRE. I didn’t learn OGRE’s real name, and his art is not really my favorite genre, but… it’s well crafted and very popular. His booth sported a higher percentage of red dots than all the others. Keep up the good work, OGRE.
Jean-Michel Reed from Buffalo.
I like these paintings by Karen Sardisco from Rochester.
Georgia Scherman Projects offered a selection from gallery artists. Another of the Tecumseth Steet crowd.
Katherine Sehr goes home at night, sits down, and makes tiny marks on paper with pen and ink to create these reductive, poetic masterpieces.
Here’s some challenging, in-your-face fine art photography by Shasti O’Leary Soudant from Buffalo. I saw at least one red dot on a self-portrait. Powerful stuff.