Opening Friday, February 1st, 2013
6 pm – 9 pm
For the fourth year in a row, Studio Hart is pleased to announce Love for Sale, a group show curated by Buffalo artist Molly Jarboe. This year Molly is joined by co-curator and local artist Elizabeth Switzer. Participating visual artists include several familiar faces from years past as well as a number of new contributors:
Joel Brenden, Debra Eck, A.J. Fries, Amy Greenan, Pragna Hathi Wood, Ani Hoover, Molly Jarboe, Jessie Lampack Slattery, Amy Meza Luraschi, Maria Pabico LaRotonda, Nancy J. Parisi, Kate Parzych, Jean-Michel Reed, Ginny Rose Stewart, Elizabeth Switzer, Christine Walsh, Adam Weekley
Love for Sale coincides with the days leading up to Valentine’s Day and features works by multiple artists addressing the subject of gift giving to show love. The exhibition will be on view February 1 – February 27, 2013.
Founded in 2006, Studio Hart is located in Buffalo’s historic Allentown District, home to many art galleries, retail shops and restaurants. For more information about Allentown First Fridays Gallery Walk, follow this link:
Studio Hart is free and open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 11:30 pm-3:30 pm, Saturday Noon-4 pm and by appointment.
65 Allen Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
As 2012 comes to an end I naturally find myself thinking about what is to come. The late Joe Strummer has been on my mind lately because the 10 year anniversary of his death was this month. Strummer projected a forward thinking attitude about change and taking control of our own destinies, which I like very much. I’ll be ringing in the new year with the music of Joe Strummer and the long line of musicians he is associated with including Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, John Lennon and Bob Marley. Happy New Year!
“And so now I’d like to say – people can change anything they want to. And that means everything in the world. People are running about following their little tracks – I am one of them. But we’ve all got to stop just following our own little mouse trail. People can do anything – this is something that I’m beginning to learn. People are out there doing bad things to each other. That’s because they’ve been dehumanized. It’s time to take the humanity back into the center of the ring and follow that for a time. Greed, it ain’t going anywhere. They should have that in a big billboard across Times Square. Without people you’re nothing. That’s my spiel.”