Project 308 Gallery in North Tonawanda is hosting a “FUND RAZOR” for public art street murals. Once the funds are raised, Team Razor Wire will be getting to work on the walls. Last year, Team Razor Wire completed a significant work near the Tri-Main Building , just off of Main Street (see here). Natalie Brown, owner of the Project 308 Gallery, has recruited the artists to create an eye-catching piece at 308 Oliver Street. Brown is a grassroots activist in North Tonawanda who founded an annual art festival. She is also the founding member of the Oliver Street Merchants Association.
Team Razor Wire is comprised of artists Nicholas Miller and Christopher Kameck, who have made their artistic mark on numerous parts of Buffalo, including the Old First Ward and the East Side.
- Miller’s style is based in hard-edged geometric abstraction, focusing on the dynamic balance of line and color that culls inspiration from streamlined minimalist graphics found throughout popular culture.
- Kameck’s practice is photographic and assemblage-based — focusing on scenes from the everyday with a specific post-industrial twist.
The “FUND RAZOR” for new public art will be held on Saturday, June 3, from 7pm to 10pm at Project 308 Gallery
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