Exhibitions & Events
Recent Paintings: Mary Wyrick and Eric Evinczik
Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Join us for the opening reception of “Recent Paintings by Mary Wyrick and Eric Evinczick” on Thursday, April 4, 6:30-8:30PM. There will be live music throughout the event played by After Hours and food catered by Gourmet Laos foods!
We will also host an artist talk on Saturday, April 13, 1-2:30PM.
This exhibition will be on view until April 26, 2019.
Eric Evinczick current series is a complex multiverse of beings, some prehistoric and some supernatural, that interact with each other in landscapes that make references to historical landscape paintings like the Hudson River School Movement. Nostalgia and loss
permeate the work, along with a sense of impending conflict and destruction.
Mary Wyrick recent work is based on old photographs that reflect personal and social interactions involving groups that are familiar today. She portrays relationships between competitors, workers, management, and audience. While painting, she scrutinize old photos for signs of obsolescence of cultural norms, gender roles, identity, and biases in events where local people created their own entertainment.
Niagara Frontier Plein Air Painters Workshop
Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 12 PM – 2 PM
Join us for a workshop by the Niagara Frontier Plein Air Painters (NFPAP) at the Carnegie Art Center on Saturday, April 6, 12-2PM.
This will be an informational workshop, participants will not be painting. The workshop will take place inside the Carnegie. This is the perfect class to learn about the history of this type of painting and introductory How- To paint in plein air.
*Admission for this class is $5/person.
Proceeds will support the Carnegie Art Center and the educational and artistic programming they host throughout the year.
The schedule of topics for this workshop will include:
1. What is Plein Air Painting?
2 The History of Plein Air Painting.
3 Equipment for Oils
4 Painting the Light
5 Watercolor in the Field
6 Starting a Painting with the Sky
We will provide coffee, tea, water and snacks.
The NFPAP provides outdoor painting opportunities for both experienced and aspiring plein air painters. We share a common bond of choosing to explore the diversity of the Buffalo Niagara Region through art by painting on location.