Niagara Gazette — The exhibition will display 50 pieces of artwork that were juried in by the prominent art figure Sandra Q. Firmin, a curator at UB Art Galleries, who picked which pieces would be included in the show based on the technical skill, creativity, and medium of the artwork. Viewers can expect a varied collection of drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography, and digital art on display.
“The diversity of the art scene here in WNY is fascinating and incredibly rich. Niagara County especially has so much potential and a lot of great resources that residents might not be aware of. I hope folks come out and support artists at the exhibition and that it stirs up some of their interests,” said Wolfe.
The opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided and live music will be performed by the jazz guitar duo Pro Bono. Gallery goers may enter through the double red doors on the Portage Road entrance.