Upcoming Gallery Openings

• 9/1/17 – Richard Angelo Runfola
• 10/6/17 – Michael Andriaccio
• 11/3/17 – Chautauqua Area Potters
• 12/1/17 – TBA

GALLERY LOCATION:
78 Allen Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

(Please use door on Virgina Place)

Upcoming Gallery Openings

• 8/4/17 – Prints For Paws 2017
• 10/6/17 – Michael Andriaccio

OPEN HOURS:
Monday – Friday
9am – 5:30pm

GALLERY LOCATION:
78 Allen Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

(Please use door on Virgina Place)

OPEN HOURS:
Monday – Friday
9am – 5:30pm

Current Exhibition

Prints For Paws 2017

Prints For Paws is an art gallery opening focused on raising funds and awareness for local rescue animals in the Buffalo area. Pet photography by Marlee and Me Photography featuring dogs currently available at, or recently adopted from, Diamonds in the Ruff Animal Rescue.

Exhibition on display through August 30th.

Our opening night was a huge success and, between the doggie kissing booth and raffle prizes, we raised over $600 and TONS of awareness for the dogs currently available for adoption at Diamonds. The canvas and framed pieces in the gallery are up for silent auction through August 30th, at which point winning bidders will be contacted, and a majority of proceeds will go to Diamonds and the dogs.

“Finding homes for so many animals in need can be so overwhelming and also endless. Marlee’s photography has brought out the beauty in each and every one of our dogs and cats. Some are timid, some are scarred and some are just defeated, but thanks to Marlee, they all looked beautiful and full of life. We can definitely attribute many of our adoptions to Marlee’s photography. She brings out what everyone wants to see.” ~ Maria Sansone (DIamonds in the Ruff Animal Rescue)

Coming Soon To The Gallery

Richard Angelo Runfola

On September 1st (6-9pm) our gallery will be featuring a collection of resin paintings by local artist Richard Angelo Runfola.

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Michael Andriaccio

October 6th (6-9pm) the BBP gallery will feature paintings by Buffalo-based touring and recording artist, Michael Andriaccio. 

After a painting hiatus of over forty years to focus on his musical career, Michael Andriaccio shows his other, graphically creative side. This one-man show presents paintings he has completed in the last three years.  His works are colorful and expressionistic while firmly based in compositional integrity and rhythm.

Later in the month, date TBA, there will also be a special reception featuring Russian guitarist, Anton Baranov, First Prize winner of the 2016 Falletta Concerto Competition.

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Artist Submissions

Interested in showing your work at our gallery? Please contact us via this form with a brief description of yourself as an artist and your work and we will be in touch. Thank you.

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