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Studio Hart presents 3rd Annual Art Toy Invitational

In some way or another, we never outgrow our love of toys. Most of us never forget the toys that we grew up loving, and for many, those same toys still occupy special places in our hearts. On Friday, November 4, from 6pm to 9pm, Studio Hart will be presenting a wonderful show, where a number of this city’s most notable artists will be displaying toy-related works as part of the 2016 Art Toy Invitational.

Exhibiting Artists include Bruce Adams, Mary Begley, Bob Collignon, Linda Collignon, Eric Evinczik, AJ Fries, Barbara Hart, Ani Hoover, Billy Huggins, Candace Keegan Masters, Amy Meza Luraschi, Esther Neisen, Kate Stapleton Parzych, Deborah Petronio, Chuck Tingely and Adam Weekley.

Whimsical, edgy, humorous or dark, the show is explores toys and themes related to toys.

The show opening is part of the First Fridays Gallery Walk – an event series that has managed to capture the imagination of all those who live in the artsy neighborhood, as well as those who visit. Come visit numerous galleries, shops and restaurants, as they open their doors to those who are curious about Allentown’s art scene.

This event is free and open to the public.

Studio Hart presents 2016 Art Toy Invitational

November 4 – 26, 2016

Opening reception: Friday, November 4, 6-9pm

Studio Hart | 65 Allen Street | Buffalo, 14202

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Studio Hart is open Tuesday through Friday from 11:30am to 3:30pm, and from noon to 4:00pm on Saturdays. For more information, please visit, or contact the gallery at 716-536-8337.

Lead image: Mixed media by Deborah Petronio

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