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Buffalo Alphabet Watercolor Series and New Buffalo Brewing at WNYBAC Tonight

The Western New York Book
Arts Center (WNYBAC) is opening a new exhibit tonight, A Buffalo Alphabet: A-Z
by Dana Jenkins. The opening reception takes place tonight from 6-9pm at the
WNYBAC gallery, 468 Washington Street (at the corner of West Mohawk). In
addition to the debut of this fantastic Buffalo alphabet collection, New
Buffalo Brewing will hold their first public tasting for all to enjoy.

A Buffalo Alphabet: A-Z is
an alphabetized watercolor series that celebrates various aspects of our city.
There are realistic representations of local landmarks and concepts like
diversity and heritage.

Jenkins worked with WNYBAC
Studio Director, Chris Fritton, to letterpress print the letters “A” through “Z”
onto the series of 26 watercolor paintings. The font featured in this series is
Winchell, a lead typeface originally designed in Buffalo in 1893, later
digitized by WNYBAC founder Richard Kegler, and re-created in wood type by
Chris Fritton.

The letter X is represented
by Frank X Schawb and hearkens to Buffalos 
long Brewing tradition and
the reemerging industry in the Area. New Buffalo Brewing will hold its first
public tasting at the event to celebrate that history and there own entry into
the market. Head Brewer Jimmy Bass with on hand with both a Bitters and a Stout
to enjoy during the viewing.

A Buffalo Alphabet: A-Z will
be on view at the Western New York Book 
Arts Center from Friday,
November 2nd through Saturday, December 1st. 
As always, the WNYBAC
gallery and opening receptions are free and open 
to the public


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