Allentown’s gallery walk, known as “First Fridays”, has grown into one of the most popular monthly events in the City of Buffalo. Join us on the first Friday of each month from 6 to 9pm, where Allentown art galleries, performance artists, musicians, restaurants, retailers, and more come together to create a rich cultural attraction.
Soft Bodies is a playful exploration in chimeric and fantastic insect anatomy based on the artist’s understanding of and previous engagements with the subject matter. The work is realized in both traditional materials such as graphite and watercolor as well as craft materials including faux furs and felts.
Esther M. Neisen was born in 1984. She received her BA from Buffalo State College. Neisen’s body of work was the focus of solo exhibitions at both the Carnegie Art Center and Buffalo Arts Studio. Her creative practice also involves installation and performance and has been on view at Studio Hart, Buffalo; Hallwalls; and the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
Join us Friday April 1, 2016 6-10pm for the April edition of Gallery Walk in the Market Arcade
Art By: Neil Mahar, David Pierro, Candace Keegan, John Farallo, Chris McGee,Tim Raymond,
Eileen Pleasure, Eric Evinczik, Barbara Crocker, Thomas Bittner, Joshua Nickerson, Susan Redenbach,
Barbara Lynch Johnt, Kristopher Whatever, Michael Mulley
on display through: May 3rd 2016
The healing touch235 S Elmwood Ave,, Suite 120, Buffalo, NY 14201
Three artists are on display. Our featured artist Tamar Skrlin is a Ukraine born artist who's art invokes spirituality and positive energetic determination. As a cancer survivor and a single mother, Tamar gracefully transfers her feminine and healing energy into her art work that in turn offers healing and rejuvenation to the viewer.
Jonathan Casey is a Buffalo Native who's art is based on organic shapes and forms with bold saturated colors that both soothe and energize.
Matthew Crane is a figurative painter whose work merges abstract expressionism and classic figurative motives that achieve a sense of existential conflict. The conflict urges the viewer to find their own resolution and thereby creating healing and peace.