First Friday Gallery Night

Here’s what’s on view in downtown Ithaca:

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The next First Friday Gallery Night will take place on Friday, Nov. 7th

Downtown Exhibitions:

Benjamin Peters (120 the Commons)

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The photo exhibit will contain gallery wrapped prints on canvas and satin cloth. The landscape images used for the prints were captured primarily in the Ithaca area gorges, including Fall Creek, Six Mile Creek, Taughannock Creek, Enfield Creek, and Buttermilk Creek.

Call: 273-1371 Visit: www.benjaminpeters.com

 Buffalo Street Books (215 N. Cayuga St.)

Abandoned. Lost. And Rescued.

Oil Paintings by Judy Keil, 2003 – 2014

Judy Keil shares with us her stunning depictions of beloved dogs, rendered with love and artistic deftness.

Call 273-8246

CAP Artspace (171 State/MLK St. The Commons – enter at Visitor Center)

capTWO EVENTS AT ONCE

  1. In the CAP ArtSpace: Clarissa Plank “Overrun”, a series of reduction woodcut prints that investigate the fear and fascination we feel when faced with the natural environment. Insects epitomize this complicated relationship because of their duality; they can induce nightmares, and function as fashionable, pleasing designs at the same time. “I choose to depict insect pests that I am familiar with from growing up in the northeast: these insects are known to farmers, gardeners and residents in this region.”
  2. IN THE CAP OFFICE: CAP-a-PALOOZA SALE. Doors open at 5pm. Hundreds of art pieces have been donated for this CAP fundraiser. All work is $25 each on October 3 and 4. On October 5, all work will be $20 each.   The CAP office is located beyond the CAP ArtSpace. (Exit the rear door of the ArtSpace and you’ll see the CAP office on your left.) More information at http://www.artspartner.org . (Note: artists can donate work up until October Visit: artspartner.org

Cellar d’Or (136 E. State/MLK Street)

cellar d'orMichael Sampson presents a series of thickly textured oils using the figure, shape, and color as inspiration.

 

Call 319-0500

or visit www.thecellardor.com

 

Collegetown Bagels (203 N. Aurora St.)

Sam Meyer-Photography Initial showing

Call: 273-2848 or visit: collegetownbagels.com

CSMA (330 E. State/MLK St.)

culturaNew Latin@ Art (Nuevo Arte Latino)

Includes works by 13 local artists whose ancestries or families are made up of Latin American and Latin@ individuals. Representing eight different Latin American countries, these artists work in media ranging from painting to sculpture to drawing to photography. Curated by visiting Mexican artist, Armando Santa Ana, the show has been organized by CULTURA Ithaca in celebration of Latino Heritage Month.

Call: 272-1774 or Visit: csma-ithaca.org or http://www.facebook.com/cultura.ithaca

 Decorum-Too Oriental Rug Store and Gallery (215 N. Cayuga Street, Dewitt Mall)

Decorum TooHelena Cooper: Forms Interconnected

Each of Cooper’s paintings is a fusion of gesture, texture and color to rhapsodic effect. In addition to energetic brushwork there is a play of drips, pours and splashes, evocative of Abstract Expressionism. Cooper moves the painting itself as well as her brushes in the act of creation.

 

Call 607-319-0944 or visit www.Decorum-too.com

 Elevator Music and Art Gallery

@New Roots Charter School (116 North Cayuga Street/The Clinton House)

new roots“Celebrate People’s History – a visual journey through social movements past and present”

Pictures speak 1,000 words–and the poster series (over 100 posters total!) contain a vast history of social movements, people’s empowerment, and resistance. The posters are published by the Just Seeds Artist Cooperative, an international group of artists covering a wide variety of social movements. The show also includes original print editions by Just Seeds artists. The Durland Alternatives Library curates a collection of this art to further it’s mission of social transformation.

Opening from 5pm to 7:30 pm

Visit newrootsschool.org or call (607) 882-9220

Finger Lakes School of Massage (1251 Trumansburg Rd.)

finger lakes school of massageFuLang: Let Go

This series of paintings reflect life’s act of balance with all that exists. The power of the present moment and letting go allow all to be part of life’s flow, healing process, and evolution.

May these paintings aid your evolution and remind you of your connection to the greater whole.

Call 272-9024

Gimme! Coffee (430 N. Cayuga St.)

gimme

Ryan B. Curtis

“New Work”

Alternative print processes on wood

Call 280.9671

Handwork (102 W. State/MLK St.)

June Szabo Handwork 1Weaving demonstration at Handwork Co-op

Fiber artist and teacher June Szabo will be demonstrating how to make a simple back-strap loom on a warping board. An ancient craft, the oldest known woven fiber dates back to 7000 BC. A person could weave for a lifetime and not cover every combination of pattern, color, texture, style, material – the possibilities are truly endless. Join us at Handwork and gain hands-on experience from 5-8pm. Hot cider and other refreshments provided.

Call 607.273.9400 or visit www.handwork.coop

Ithaca Generator (116 W Green St.)

IC Park Communications students at Ithaca Generator

Come down to the Ithaca Generator makerspace to design and manufacture jewelry on the Epilog Zing 40 watt laser! IC Park students will be offering their design expertise and IG members, their manufacturing savvy. Art & Technology, Unite!

Visit ithacagenerator.org or call 269-7436

Jari Poulin Photography (Gallery 108) (108 W. State/MLK Street, 2nd Floor)

jari poulinPlatinum/Palladium and Ziatypes

Recent work by photographer Jari Poulin from the Dance/Memory series that was printed this summer in Palladium based processes will be shown. These historic processes produce one of a kind prints known for their depth and tonal range.

Call 607-379-6244 or visit www.jaripoulin.com

Kitchen Theatre Company (417 W. State/MLK St.)

kitchen theatreBranching Out: Paintings by Kent Goetz

Kitchen Theatre Company’s gallery features new paintings by Kent Goetz, Professor and Resident Scene Designer at Cornell University’s Department of Performing and Media Arts. Goetz says, “I marvel at the drama I see in the way a tree interacts with its surroundings – standing singularly tall and majestic in an open meadow for instance, or combining forces with its comrades to mark the boundary of a lonely farm. By painting a tree, I’m trying to discover and reveal the drama implicit in the way it conflicts and integrates with the world around it.”

Call: 272-0403 or Visit: www.kitchentheatre.org

PADMA Center for Natural Therapies (114 West Buffalo St.)

padmaMichele Kiefer will exhibit her series of landscape paintings through October 31.

 

Visit http://www.ARTeFLX.com or http://www.padmacenter.com for more info.

 

 

Sarah’s Patisserie (130 E. Seneca St. at Seneca Place)

sarah's patisserie

Charismatic Megafauna: paintings by Christi Sobel

A collection of playful new watercolor paintings, honoring the mysteriously hip and trendy weird animals of the moment.

Call 319.0272 or visit www.sarahspatisserie.com

SewGreen (112 N Cayuga St)

sewgreenPaintings by Elizabeth McMahon

Richly-hued abstract surfaces shown in a uniquely artful environment of textiles and fibers. Opening October 3 at SewGreen, 112 N Cayuga St, and running through November 15. For a preview of Elizabeth’s work: www.elizabethwickendenmcmahon.com

http://www.sewgreen.org, 607-319-4106.

Silky Jones (214 E State/MLK St)

silky jonesJustin Zoll will exhibit his series of new work through October 31st.

aldedom@gmail.com or

visit http://www.silkyjoneslounge.com

 

Sola Gallery (215 N. Cayuga St.)

SolaThe Sola Art Gallery will be showing paintings of Patrizia Levi. Now a psychiatrist in New York, she was born and raised in Florence, Italy. Her work shows a passion for color that even in abstraction reflects her memories of the Tuscan landscape.

Call: 272-6552 or Visit: solagallery.com

State of the Art Gallery (120 W. State/MLK St.)

soagState of the Art Gallery features artists of the Greater Ithaca Art Trail October 1-November 2, 2014. This is a great chance to preview the work of the Art Trail artists in one place before choosing which studios to visit. Seeing the actual work often has a greater impact than just viewing it on a computer screen and every year many people do their “Art Trail research” at the gallery. Art Trail open studio weekends are October11/12 and 18/19. And in the Salon, we have the monthly show of members’ work plus art for this year’s raffle–buy a ticket while you’re at the gallery!

Call: 277-1626 or Visit: www.soag.org

 Sunny Days of Ithaca (123 S. Cayuga St.)

sunny daysFairy Fun

Erick Clasen, a mixed media artist (combination of pencil and digital) from Maine, NY, brings his fairy prints to downtown Ithaca where you can see, feel and experience the magic. His partner Renée Guidelli, will also be on site with fairy tales, and crafts for all ages. Because there’s a little fairy in all of us, whether you’ve discovered her yet or not!

Call 319-5260

The Frame Shop (414 W. Buffalo Street)

frame shopWe are thrilled to welcome artist Neil Berger back to Ithaca for a beautiful evening of art. Neil will be displaying his oil paintings of Ithaca and the surrounding area in a show titled “New Landscapes”.   Also, as a special treat, The Frame Shop will be helping kick off Cider Week by offering tastes from Redbyrd Orchard Cider.

Call (607) 272-1350 or visit http://www.theframeshopithaca.com

The History Center in Tompkins County (401 E. State/MLK St.)

history center

Moogtober Kickoff: Live Synthesizer and Light Performance

 

The History Center will kick off “Moogtober” with a very special performance by The Electric Golem and Scott Callan, in conjunction with live light painting by artist Stephen Schweitzer. This improvised performance will feature digital and analog synthesizers accompanied by Schweitzer’s interactive live light art installations.

Call 607.273.8284 or visit www.TheHistoryCenter.net

Titus Gallery (222 the Commons)

TitusPAINTINGS OF THE FINGER LAKES REGION

By Brian Keeler

Beautiful oil paintings of our streams, waterfalls, lakes and towns.

Call 277-2649 or visit http://www.titusgallery.com

Tompkins County Public Library (101 E. Green St.)

tcplCelebrating 150 Years, Tompkins County Public Library features 4 exciting exhibits at Friday Gallery Night:

 

“Lincoln: The Constitution and The Civl War”, “Montage Histories: Tompkins County, New York, through Photographs 1864-2014” “Tompkins County in a Time of War: Life on the Home Front and on the Battlefield” and “Mightier than the Sword: The Impact of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Cornell University Glee Club will perform in the Avenue of the Friends at 5:30 PM. Entry to the Library after hours is through the BorgWarner door behind the bus shelter on Green Street.

Call: 272 4557 or E-mail sgrubb@tcpl.org or visit http://tcpl.org

Uncorked Creations Ithaca (102 N. Tioga Street, 2nd Floor)

UnCorked_Creations_Fin_circleNew Fall Art Work and Open Paint Night

Stop Down to Uncorked (Above American Crafts) and check out the new fall artwork, treats and music! Also, it will be an open paint night, so you can buy a canvas and free paint your own work of art. “Uncork” Your Inner Artist, and come check us out!

 

Call 222-6005 or visit uncorkedithaca.com

 Special Events:

Art in the Alley

Located in the alley way off of Green Street (between Cayuga and Geneva Streets)

 Art in the Alley: October Edition

 This month’s Art in the Alley will feature a locally fashioned fashion show as well as a flaming flow arts demonstration featuring hoops, poi, and staff spinning by Ithaca’s Circus Culture.

First Friday Fusions Music Series

We join Gallery Night Ithaca in offering a walking tour of downtown music & art. Performances by The Quantum at Jabberwock at 5:00pm, Grey Gary at McNeil Music at 6:00pm, and Nick Hennies at Angry Mom Records at 7:00pm.

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Preview to Nov 7th:

Downtown Exhibitions:

Benjamin Peters (120 the Commons)

[Group 0]-_DSC2380__DSC2387-8 images-EditCarl Schofield: SchoPhoto:

The photo exhibit will contain gallery wrapped prints on canvas and satin cloth. The landscape images used for the prints were captured primarily in the Ithaca area gorges, including Fall Creek, Six Mile Creek, Taughannock Creek, Enfield Creek, and Buttermilk Creek.

Call: 273-1371 Visit: www.benjaminpeters.com

Bloom in Ithaca (134 East State/MLK St.)

340459_2398248367548_1964895754_oLocal Fashion and Beauty Night at Bloom

Enjoy a gallery night event designed especially for women at Bloom! We will be featuring three local fashion designers/seamstresses including Meagan Ragusa of Mami Girl Clothing for Women, Kim Hutsal of Two Foxes Millinery, and Sabine O’Dell of Sew Modern Studio. Patrons will be able to experience and purchase their latest collections as well as get custom fittings and place special orders. In addition, Ashley Lesh from Rasa Spa will be offering beauty and makeup consultations to pull together your Fall/Winter look.

Call 272-2012 or visit http://www.bloominithaca.com

Buffalo Street Books (215 N. Cayuga St.)

buffalo street books

The Fledgling

Margaret Reed has created a series of miniature charcoal illustrations especially for Buffalo Street Books.

They depict the story of how Georgie learns to fly, from the 1980 Newberry Honor Book “The Fledgling.”

Call 273-8246

CAP Artspace (171 State/MLK St. The Commons – enter at Visitor Center)

capTWO EVENTS:

  1.  Cornell University Student Show, “Identity and Global Lens”

Cornell students taking Professor Jean Locey’s class “Photography: Identity and the Global Lens” will exhibit recent work. The class Investigates visual representation of identity in contemporary culture while considering the impact of global perspectives on the understanding and interpretation of self through the lens of race, gender, geography.

  1. In the CAP Office: CAP-a-PALOOZA Sale Continues
  2. 250 of 500 donated works of art are for sale for $20 each. Come by the CAP office, located beyond the CAP ArtSpace.

Visit: artspartner.org

 Collegetown Bagels (203 N. Aurora St.)

Ballet of Color by Dru Wheelin 11x14 300dpiA Collaboration of Art

A dual show representing the summer-long collaboration between artists Dru Wheelin and Lois Barden. The show consists of Barden’s photographic images, and Wheelin’s paintings based off of the photographs, resulting in a wonderful collaboration between painter and photographer.

Call: 273-2848 or visit: collegetownbagels.com

 Crow’s Nest Cafe (115 The Commons)

crow's nestInner Space, Works by Andrea Staffeld and Gerry Monaghan.

A collection of paintings and sculptures showing the inside minds of Andrea Staffeld and Gerry Monaghan.

 

Call 273.8239

 

Community School of Music and Arts (330 E. State/MLK St.)

CSMAArts for All Marathon

CSMA kicks off its 7th annual Arts for All Marathon! Multiple artists present benefit mini-shows in the “Four Running Feet” exhibition; and artworks up for bid in the Marathon online auction are on view. From November 7-24, artists and arts patrons will be raising funds for CSMA scholarships and education programs; see http://www.artsforallmarathon.org.

Call: 272-1774 or Visit: csma-ithaca.org

Elevator Music and Art Gallery

@New Roots Charter School (116 North Cayuga Street/The Clinton House)

new roots“From Burma to Buffalo: Picturing the Refugee Experience”

Photographs by Tim Gera

 

A picture is a hint of the greater story behind it. In 2009, I was in a group of documentarians, including Scott Murchie, Brett Williams, and Tom Haywood, who began a film named “Nickel City Smiler.” We wanted to relay what we’d witnessed while in a community of Karen refugees resettled from Burma (Myanmar) into Buffalo, NY. These photographs are pieces of that project, showing the individuals who’ve come here. Some pose for the camera, others are candid, but each hints at the bigger story: of fleeing genocide for an unknowable future in a place that is both supportive and hopeful, and yet still thwarting and oppressive. Opening from 5pm to 7:30 pm

Visit newrootsschool.org or call (607) 882-9220

Finger Lakes School of Massage (1251 Trumansburg Rd.)

Anahata editEtosha Blank: Masks for Healing

When a person is experiencing a traumatic event or a significant change, there are stages of healing that can take place. Creating a mask provides an outlet for one’s spirit and a reflection of one’s emotions for each stage of healing. Masks also allow a person to try on and experience different approaches and viewpoints to a situation. When one does not feel as strong or able to see outside of the immediate chaos, it is helpful to have a mask that reflects and reminds us of our many buried strengths deep from within. We all have the tools within us to heal, sometimes those tools feel more accessible when they have a face and a name.

Call 272-9024

Gimme! Coffee (430 N. Cayuga St.)

Gimme Coffee

 

Justyne Griffin

“2015 Calendar”

Watercolor paintings

Call 280.9671

 

Handwork (102 W. State/MLK St.)

Jill Hoffman, Painted Lake Stones and Original Artwork

handwork

Join Handwork for Gallery Night as local artist and illustrator Jill Hoffman paints live in store. Inspired by folklore and animal totems, Jill hand paints whimsical creatures on Seneca and Cayuga Lake stones as well as creates mixed media animal portraits. Come see her imaginative take on foxes, owls, cats, wolves and more. Refreshments and snacks provided.

Call 607.273.9400 or visit http://www.handwork.coop

Kitchen Theatre Company (417 W. State/MLK St.)

kitchen theatreBranching Out: Paintings by Kent Goetz

Kitchen Theatre Company’s gallery features new paintings by Kent Goetz, Professor and Resident Scene Designer at Cornell University’s Department of Performing and Media Arts. Goetz says, “I marvel at the drama I see in the way a tree interacts with its surroundings – standing singularly tall and majestic in an open meadow for instance, or combining forces with its comrades to mark the boundary of a lonely farm. By painting a tree, I’m trying to discover and reveal the drama implicit in the way it conflicts and integrates with the world around it.”

Call: 272-0403 or Visit: www.kitchentheatre.org

PADMA Center for Natural Therapies (114 West Buffalo St.)

padmaDavid Watkins will exhibit a series of photographs from extensive perennial garden. See how he conveys how light and shade affects a plant at different times of the day, the graphic nature of the leaves, stems and blooms and color both strong and subtle makes for great and timeless images.

 

http://www.davidwatkinsjrphotography.com

 

Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar (139 W. State/MLK St. (entrance on Geneva)

 SHE IS EVERYONE

sacred root kava loungeEsteemed artist Gaia Woolf-Nightingall presents an eclectic collection of canvases, which weave bold colours and ancient Celtic pattern into the story of the universe made conscious from the flesh and bone of our nascency, ever evolving and yet remaining constant.

Also on display is local artist Judi Galgoczy’conceptual self portrait art installation. She has created a positive self reflective experience for the viewer in mirrored affirmations. Judi asks that you join in a prayer ribbon ceremony by taking a ribbon, saying a prayer, holding an intention or making a wish and tying it to the provided wall hanging – cultivating and holding sacred space together.
Further, in collaboration both Gaia Woolf-Nightingall & Judi Galgoczy have joined together in a shared vision creating “ALTAR OF THE HEART PATH” a sculptural installation holding Divine intent in form.

Call 272-KAVA or visit http://www.sacredrootkava.com

 Sarah’s Patisserie (130 E. Seneca St. at Seneca Place)

Sarah's Patisserie

Lydia K. Dolch presents an inspiring marriage of abstract painting and monoprint. Her focus on saturated color, bold movement and rich texture, unite as one to celebrate the sacred, found in the pause between moments of action.

 

Call 319.0272 or

visit www.sarahspatisserie.com

 Silky Jones (214 E State/MLK St)

silky jonesIntroducing the first combined show of small works by Annie Eller and Rose Gottlieb. This will be the first public showing of Eller’s intricate pen and ink drawings inspired by Ithaca’s East Hill Recreation Trail and the Cornell Plantations. Gottlieb will be displaying new paintings and screen prints for her ethereal series “Animal Dreams and Sleeping Wild Cats.”

aldedom@gmail.com or visit http://www.silkyjoneslounge.com

Sola Gallery (215 N. Cayuga St.)

SolaCOLOR AND LINE: TWO ARTISTS, MICHAEL SAMPSON AND ELIZABETH MCMAHON

An exhibit that explores in the work of these two artists the dynamism hidden in the world of abstraction.

Call: 272-6552

or

Visit: solagallery.com

 State of the Art Gallery (120 W. State/MLK St.)

Soag“Giving Thanks for 25 Years,” an all-member show will conclude the gallery’s 25th anniversary year. Thirty members will exhibit paintings, watercolors, photographs, prints, drawings, collage, sculpture and mixed media work, Nov. 5-30, 2014. This Gallery Night will be even more exciting at State of the Art with the drawing for winners of its third raffle. Raffle tickets for work donated by members may still be purchased until the drawing takes place during the reception from 5-8pm.

Call: 277-1626 or Visit: www.soag.org

 Sunny Days of Ithaca (123 S. Cayuga St.)

sunny daysGlass Beads by Laurie Ament – Live Torch Demonstration

Witness a live demonstration of the art of glass beadmaking. With fourteen years of lampworking experience, Laurie is best known for her small sculptural beads.

Call 319-5260

 The Frame Shop (414 W. Buffalo Street)

unnamed“Loving Hands” by Monroe Payne

If the eyes are the window to the soul, the hands are the physical manifestation of the soul.Hands in their youth and age show the love they feel, the love they act on, and the love that they have felt over their lifetime.Come and feel this display of emotion filled black and white images with your heart.

Call (607) 272-1350 or visit http://www.theframeshopithaca.com

The History Center in Tompkins County (401 E. State/MLK St.)

history center

The History Center in Tompkins County will open its doors on Friday, November 7th to allow visitors to explore the exhibitions Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer, and Captains, Commerce, and Community: The Impact of the Erie Canal on Tompkins County.

Call 607.273.8284 or visit www.TheHistoryCenter.net

 The Ink Shop (330 E. State/MLK St.)

Ink shopThe 18th Mini Print International

A juried exhibition of prints no larger than 4″x4″. The Exhibition has been held bi-annually since 1985 and was founded and directed by Bev McLean who sought to challenge artists and provide an affordable form in which international art could be brought together. The exhibitions have toured throughout the US and abroad.

 

Call: 277-3884 or Visit: www.ink-shop.org

The Shop (312 E. Seneca St.)

the shopImagination: Recent Paintings by David Jackier

David Jackier is an artist who has been creating sculpture and painting for over 60 years.

In his current series of paintings he shares the inhabitants of his imagination with whimsy and style.

For info visit davidjackierart.blogspot.com/

 

Titus Gallery (222 the Commons)

TitusLuminous Lakes, Glorious Glens: Recent Paintings by Brian Keeler

 

Gorgeous paintings of Ithaca and the Finger Lakes by award winning artist Brian Keeler.

Opening reception and book signing Friday evening Nov. 7, 5:00 to 8:30 pm.

This show continues until Dec. 31st.

Call 277-2649 or visit http://www.titusgallery.com

 Uncorked Creations Ithaca (102 N. Tioga Street, 2nd Floor)

Uncorked Creation’s New Fall and Winter Artwork

Stop down to view our new Art, where you will find music, treats, and a contest for kids who can draw the best Thanksgiving turkey – the winner will receive a gift card for a free class.

Call 222-6005 or visit uncorkedithaca.com

 Waffle Frolic (146 E State/MLK St.)

waffle frolic

Emily GIbbons will exhibit new plein air and still-life watercolors.

www.artbyemilygibbons.com

 

 

 

Special Events:

Awesome Indie Art Market (The Space at Greenstar, 701 W. Buffalo St.)

indie art marketThe Awesome Indie Art Market will be hosting our 2nd Annual Show at the Space at GreenStar. Co-sponsored by GreenStar, it will feature dozens of local artists, live old time music, contact juggling, face-painting and more surprises. It will be awesome!

Visit AwesomeIndieArtMarket@gmail.com

or call 592-4424

Ithaca Generator (116 W Green St.)

LASER CUT DESIGN STUDIO

Come on down to Ithaca Generator makerspace to design and manufacture something beautiful on our Epilog Zing 40 watt Laser Cutter. Design consultants from Ithaca College Park School of Communications will be on hand to help with your designs and IG members with manufacturing. First come, first served. $5 suggested donation.

Visit ithacagenerator.org or call 269-7436

STREAM Collaborative Architecture and Landscape Architecture, DPC (123 S Cayuga St 2nd floor)

StreamSTREAM Collaborative invites you to our 2nd annual open house, where you will have the opportunity to view a curated selection of some of Ithaca’s most exciting architecture and design work. Some of the projects include: The Chain Works District, The New Yorker cartoons, a collection of maps that will let you experience Ithaca through data and details of a mixed-use building for Inlet Island.  The STREAM Colab is a shared co-working space, consisting of: architects, landscape architects, engineers, designers, illustrators, planners and other creative professionals. We recently expanded our office and look forward to introducing you to our newest members.

Contact: www.streamcolab.com or 216.8802

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
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