I was instantly excited and began looking around at tons of different artists and galleries.I had my fair share of scheduling conflicts with other artists before I found just the right fit for the project: Daddy’s Garage.
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When I first met Bill at his home in Williamsville, we spent about an hour discussing about his art work, inspirations, and his goals as an artist.
Bill Battaglia, an emerging local artist, is a painter, photographer, and a sculptor. He named his type of art as “Modern Decay”. He enjoys finding and repurposing salvage items like abandon wooden blocks, or wooden pieces, turn them around and make them into beautiful art pieces. He likes bringing new life into old abandoned items. Continue reading →
We’re a group of 5 interns, who just a few weeks ago, were complete strangers. Yeah, faces may have looked familiar, we could have passed one other on campus, or sat next to each other on the crowded subway.
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When I first met Max at his home in Elmwood Village, we spent several hours discussing his work, his inspirations, and art in general.
On a sunny afternoon in July, I took a much-needed drive out to Cortland, NY where on a tiny one-way side street Ascend Gallery sits nestled between a local deli and music shop.
When I first saw Hyeyoung Shin’s work, I was blown away. Continue reading →
I met up with 19 (turning 20) year old artist, Zach Frank, at Yotaility, a self-serve frozen yogurt place. As an artist he does drawing, painting, and photography.
For my Artiste Locale profile I interviewed Don Zinteck, Professional Photographer, Graphic Designer, Gallery Owner and Co-Founder of Photographics2. Mr. Zinteck has been working in Buffalo for the past 33 years and was born and raised in the area.
Meeting new people can sometimes be nerve wracking. When I was on my way to interview Douglas Mandell, I wasn’t sure what to expect.