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Generations: Studio 464 Past and Present

Over the years, 464 Gallery has been home to a number of Buffalo’s most respected artists. Many of these artists have leased studio space above the gallery, generating countless works of art that were then shown at gallery exhibitions.

On January 9, the public is invited to attend the comprehensive show called “Generations”. Attendees will get a chance to visit the second floor, to view the works of current studio residents Alicia Malik, Ryan Mis, Jaime Schmidt, CJ Szatkowski, and Dana Tyrrell-Murray. 

“Generations” is anticipated to be an artists’ reunion of sorts, featuring newly emerging and established artists that have all had a hand in producing photography, painting, sculpture, drawing, and mixed media works on Amherst Street. Featured artists displaying at the first floor gallery include Max Collins, Christina Laing, Marissa Lehner, Alicia Malik, Ryan MisTara Sasiadek, Jaime Schmidt, Joe Stanek, CJ Szatkowski, Dave Tarsa, Dana Tyrrell-Murray, and Thomas Webb. All of these artists, at one time or another, rented studio space above the gallery.

The diversity of the artists that will be showing is pretty neat, considering that they all lived and worked under the same roof. 

Generations: Studio 464 Past and Present | 464 Gallery | Reception and happy hour on January 9, 2016 | 6-10pm | 464 Amherst Street

​​Generations on view January 9 through February 10 | See Facebook event (716) 983.2112

Lead image: Joseph Stanek

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