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Have you been to Artspace Buffalo Gallery lately?

By Pat Pendleton:

Artspace Buffalo is a community of artists residing in sixty live-work loft apartments across from the Delta Sonic Plaza on Main Street. The ground floor is a spacious resident-run gallery that hosts exhibitions throughout the year, including a group show of resident work. We are off the beaten path for many, but just down Main Street from Buffalo Art Studios and up a couple blocks from REO Gallery.


Artspace Buffalo Gallery was closed for six months during the construction of the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology and renovation of our gallery space. The school is now in session and the updated gallery features a selection of work in a variety of mediums by 16 resident artists. HORSEPOWER: The 6th Annual Resident Show, includes expressionist painting by Malcolm Bonney, collage by J. Tim Raymond, photography by Nathan W. Naetzker, jeweled skull sculptures by Melissa Luciano, and other unique works.


The all-volunteer gallery maintains limited public hours that vary from show to show, but HORSEPOWER will be open each Saturday afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00 through March 1st. Our signage is not up yet, but find us at 1219 Main Street. To mark National Women’s History Month, a selection of work by women artists from the Arts Work program of Autism Services will open on March 21st.

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Images: Tanya Chutko (lead) | Clockwise from top left: Pat Pendleton, J. Tim Raymond, Timothy Engler, Malcolm Bonney


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