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Garden Art for Your Buffalo-Style Garden

Gardens are great on their own. But if you’re looking to add more than just plants – something to create some artistic pizzazz – then you need to attend the third annual Buffalo-Style Garden Art Sale this Sunday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Delaware Park Parkside Lodge (84 Parkside Avenue) – rain or shine.

“There are Japanese, English and Russian gardens, and what I would call Buffalo-style gardens–eclectic, funky mixes in which found objects and exotic-looking rooftops figure prominently.” -Andrew Sprung, of The Atlantic.com “Daily Dish”

No matter what you’re looking for, this sale is chock full of garden accents that will surely put your flowery creation on the map. At the show you will find copper, steel, glass, stone, concrete, and wooden statuary; hand-crafted furniture and tuteurs; hypertufa planters, birdbaths, birdhouses, paintings, ceramics, stepping stones… everything under the sun!

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Join over 40 vendors, and meet up with “Plant Society Avenue”, a group that can answer all of your garden related questions. There’s also a Chinese auction of plant society contributions, and music by Concrete Peach (2-3 p.m.). I

If you’re heading to the Parkside Garden Tour (see here), be sure to swing by the Buffalo-Style Garden Art Sale. Here’s a list of the sellers that will be on-hand:

Anne Brierley
Steps and Stones
Hypertufa bird baths

Ann Campbell
By Ann 
Garden flags, handpainted vases

Margaux Charlier/Tim Genco
Garden-inspired jewelry, hypertufa planters, posters, and wine bottle torch kits. Metal garden art.

Jim Clark
Copperman
Whimiscal copper garden art/sculptures

Carol Conwall
Buffalo’s Mark 
Novelty Buffalo card art that capture genre of floral, fauna themed art, natural stone coasters

Lorraine Cummings
Lorraine’s Concrete Leaves
Concrete bird baths using real leaves

David Cyr
Creative Copper Wire
Handcrafted garden items-glass and copper, suncatchers

Paula d’Amico
Blessings by Nature
Baskets and sachets made with fresh herbs

Dave Davis-Queen City Nursery
Cast stone garden statuary

Ron DeFazio
Air plants and succulents displayed in glass globes

Bonnie Finkbeiner
Sticks and Stones
Leaf castings, driftwood articles butterfly houses, rock candles

Ronald Fox
Fox’s Lawn Furniture
Cedar arbors/trellises planters, chairs, tables, swings

Timothy Genco
Metal garden art

Debi Gravell
The Cracked Pot 
3-D clay pots with handmade flowers, garden signs, 3-D clay figurenes, glass vases

Gerald Guenther
Maple View Farm
Handmade wooden garden and yard ornaments and salad bowls

Cynthia Harter
Garden Glass Flowers
Antique colored glass garden art flowers

Kathleen Kosel
Kathleen Kosel Steel
Steel and glass garden décor and sculpture

Constance Krueger
Jewels of the Lake
Repurposed solar sconces, plant markers, seed hull catchers, plant markers from, tablespoons, sea glass jewelry

Alan Leising
Copper Creations
Copper/recycled metal garden sculptures, bird feeders, sprinklers

Robin Lenhard
Aremel Soaps
Handcrafted soaps, scrubs, bug repellant spray, garden themed soaps, gardeners soaps

Marie and Peter Lusionek
The Shabby Chic Garden
Creations from vintage silverware windchimes, bird feeders, coat rack hooks, lavender sachets

Richard Malone
Atelier Rustic
Garden trellises made from reclaimed materials Tuteurs French for “trainer”-climbing plants

James Maloney
Live Art
Uses tufa rock to drill, chisel, hammer to reshape and then insert live plants

Peggy Martinez
Peggy Martinez, Artist
Floral artist, acrylic and oils, watercolor and prints

Meghan McDonnell
Cement “pillow” garden steps, pavers. Flowers from recycled china

Phoebe McKay
Garden-themed ceramics – pots and trays

Sharon Murphy
Crescent Avenue Papers
Handpainted note cards with native images

Barry Nichols
Heart of Franklinville
Concrete garden statuary

Catherine O’Connor
Art Fx Glass
Glass garden art created in kilns, garden windows, bird baths, wind chimes

Donna Paveljack
Creative Glass Works
Mosaic gazing balls from recycled bowling balls, bird baths, obelisks, glass garden stakes

Lianne Reinhardt
The Shabby Garden
Glass birdfeeders made from vintage glass, garden chandeliers

Bill Roberts
D B Woodcrafts
Handcrafted wood birdhouses from poplar or pinewood

Jacqueline Sprague
The Lady and the Snowman LLC
Primitive and rustic gardent items, shed, metal and iron flowers, trellis, lath gates, stars

Deborah Stewart
Earthenware flower pots and decorative flower type bowls

Suzanne Todaro
Gleam and Glimmer Stained Glass
Stained glass garden art, windchimes, votive, fairy doors, ground stakes

Urban Roots Garden Center
Solar-blown glass flowers, illumated garden stakes, flower metal art work, recycled humming bird feeders

Heather Whitney
Creations by Heather Gillette
Sculpture in stained glass and wire and watercolor paintings

Mark Witol
Designer Mailbox
Metal garden art

Tom Zachman
Tom Zachman Fused Glass 
Fused glass with steel, wood, copper

 

Written by queenseyes

queenseyes

Newell Nussbaumer is 'queenseyes' - Eyes of the Queen City and Founder of Buffalo Rising. Co-founder Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts. Co-founder Powder Keg Festival that built the world's largest ice maze (Guinness Book of World Records). Instigator behind Emerald Beach at the Erie Basin Marina. Co-created Flurrious! winter festival. Co-creator of Rusty Chain Beer. Instigator behind Saturday Artisan Market (SAM) at Canalside, Buffalo Porchfest, and Paint vs. Paint. Founder of The Peddler retro and vintage market on Elmwood. Instigator behind Liberty Hound @ Canalside. Throws The Witches Ball at Statler City, the Hertel Alley Street Art Festival, and The Flutterby Festival.

Contact Newell Nussbaumer | Newell@BuffaloRising.com

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