On Sundays I run with a group called the “Officially Unofficial Running Group” which is headed up by a very accomplished runner and natural born leader named Julie. We explore new running routes in and around Buffalo every week and we often take turns choosing locations and charting each new course. This week took us to Buffalo’s Outer Harbor on Lake Erie where we encountered this striking woodland creature wandering around curiously close to the city.
I forgot to post about this. Last month I took a lath wood working class with the owners of Wraferbuilt in Buffalo. Here are the fruits of my labor…
Here is a sneak peek of one of the images I’m showing in the group show, The Belt Line: Hiding in Plain Site opening January 1, 2016 at Sugar City in Buffalo, NY.
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the artist showing in Love for Sale: the “I Hart Buffalo” edition.
Opening reception is Friday, February 6 from 6pm – 9pm and will run through March 28. Free and Open to the public.
Announcing the sixth annual showing of Love for Sale at Studio Hart in Allentown, curated by Molly Jarboe.
This year we will be featuring the “I Hart Buffalo” edition, with works by multiple artists expressing various interpretations of affection for the city of Buffalo, NY and surrounding communities.
Opening reception is Friday, February 6 from 6pm – 9pm and will run through March 28.
Free and Open to the public.
Participating artists include:
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:
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11:30 pm-3:30 pm, Saturday Noon-4 pm and by appointment.
Barbara Hart – Studio Hart – 65 Allen StreetBuffalo, NY 14202
These are some of my pictures from another of David Torke’s amazing photography tours of Buffalo’s East Side.
The main event was hiking to the top of the gigantic snow mound formed from the nearly 7,000 truck loads of Lake Effect snow that was transported to Buffalo’s Central Terminal from South Buffalo and the southtowns after the historic “Snovember” storm of 2014. The mound is 40 to 50 feet high and provides a rare vantage point for shooting the Central Terminal and the surrounding neighborhood. The Central terminal is now being restored, but parts of it remain abandoned and run down. We made our way inside and explored as part of the tour as well.
Also pictured, scenes from the Belt Line and some neighborhood shots.
While searching for windmills, I found this…
― Anne Carson