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Holiday Shopping: Buffalo Arts Studio

Buffalo Arts Studio’s Annual Artists Exhibit and Sale will be on
view November 21, 2009 through January 2, 2010.

Voted “Best Place to Buy Cheap Art” in Buffalo Spree’s Best
of Western New York 2007 issue, this exhibit showcases the extensive and multi-faceted
talents of over thirty artists in residence at Buffalo Arts Studio. Affordable
works will be on sale just in time for the holidays, in a range of media
including painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, and more.

Artists featured: Joanna Angie,
Dennis Bertram, Jo Ann Brenner, David Buck, Robert Budin, Scott Bye, Jennifer
Clark, William Y. Cooper, K. Cornelius, Valerie Dunne, Katherine Gaudy, Bryan
Hopkins, Candace Keegan, William Koch, Jeffrey Lane, Margaret McGowan, Roberto
Pacheco, Betty Pitts-Foster, Devora Primack, Margaret Raab, Bol Rai, Thomas
Rojek, Kathi Roussel, Jody Selin, Kathleen Sherin, Chris Siano, Rosemarie Bauer
Sroka, Deborah Stewart, Rodney Taylor, Nancy Thayer, and Milton Weiser.

A free public
opening reception with tasty homemade hors d’oeuvres and desserts, a cash bar,
and live bossa nova and Latin jazz by Chris Campos will take place on Saturday,
November 21, 2009 from 7-10PM, with a performance by K. Cornelius starting at
10PM. 2495 Main Street in the Tri-Main Center.

Top image: paintings by Joanna Angie, oil on canvas.

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