Exhibitions & Events
Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society
2019 Spring Watermedia Exhibition
Awards Reception: Saturday, May 18, 2019. 2– 4pm
On view May 1 – May 25, 2019
The Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society puts on two exhibitions every year, one in the Spring in May and one in the Fall in October.
The Spring Juried Members Exhibition will open on May 1, and run until May 25 at the exciting Carnegie Art Center in N. Tonawanda.
The show has been juried by Pat Dews. Pat will also pick the awards. The Awards Ceremony and Reception will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2-4PM.
NFWS Members, friends and art lovers are invited to enjoy great food and friendship. Come join us as we support our community of fabulous artist members who love Watermedia and Transparent Watercolor.
Carnegie Members Exhibition
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 30, 2019. 6:00 – 8:00pm
On view May 30 – June 22, 2019
Artist Members of the Carnegie Art Center are invited to participate in the 2019 Members Exhibition!
DROP OFF WORK:
Thurs. May 23 – 6-8pm and Sat. May 25th – 12-4p
Mixed Media Art Class
Taught by Chaitali
Saturday, June 15, 1-4PM
$40 for Non-members
$35 for Members of the Carnegie
The workshop will be taught by mixed media artist and Carnegie member, Chaitali Dekhtawala. Chaitali loves working with different mediums to create art and believes art is an inspiration and a form of therapy and relaxation.
Participants will learn how to create a mixed media art piece on canvas. The piece will look similar to the image in the cover photo, although the design may change based on supplies.
All materials will be provided for the workshop. Prior knowledge of multi-media arts is not needed. Participants must be 14 years old or older.This class includes a break where participants can enjoy refreshments and light snacks.
Please pre-register & pay above or call us at 716-694-4400.
“Hidden in Plain Sight”
A traveling photography exhibition with Preservation League of New York State
Thursday, July 11, 6-7:30PM
On view June 21 – July 20, 2019
“Hidden in Plain Sight” spotlights the League’s 2018-19 Seven to Save list, which consists of 7 of New York’s most endangered historic places in an effort to avert their demolition.
The Preservation League’s Seven to Save program has been drawing statewide attention to New York’s most important and at-risk historic places since 1999. To further this mission, the 2018-19 designees have been beautifully captured in black and white
photography by Bruce Harvey, Ph.D., a consulting professional historian and documentation photographer based in Syracuse.
The 2018-19 Seven to Save list:
• The South End-Groesbeckville National Register Historic District | Albany
• Watervliet Shaker National Register Historic District | Colonie, Albany County
• Jamestown Arcade | Jamestown, Chautauqua County
• Wells Barns | concentrated in Monroe and Livingston Counties
• Enlarged Erie Canal Schoharie Aqueduct | Fort Hunter, Montgomery County
• Lehigh Valley Railroad Roundhouse & Related Structures | Manchester, Ontario County
• Historic Opera Houses | statewide
Rachel Przewozny: Solo Exhibition
Opening Reception: June 28, 6-8PM
On View until July 20, 2019
Win Han Sculpture Exhibition
On view August 17-31, 2019
Reception: Friday, Aug 30, 6-9pm