June 3: Waffle Frolic

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Waffle Frolic (146 The Commons)

Wright/Fisher

Michelle Wright and Jen Fisher will be exhibiting their work through the month of June.

June 3: Handwork

 

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Birthday Bash

We’re celebrating our 40th Anniversary! Join us for a Birthday Bash during Gallery Night for cake, giveaways, and artist demonstrations. Featured artist Chet Salustri will be demonstrating hand-building techniques, creating his sculptural vases with his signature birds and fish in store. Renata Wadsworth will be at the potter’s wheel, giving you an up close look at how she creates her work, drawing influence from folk, Chinese and Japanese traditions. Wine tastings provided by Treleaven from King Ferry, NY.

June 3: Mockingbird Paperie

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Mockingbird Paperie (142 The Commons)

Sheryl Sinkow: Cars and Cigars

Cars and cigars are two things that come to mind when one thinks of Cuba. This past November, artist, Sheryl Sinkow photographed the colorful culture of Havana and Viñales. Come join us on Gallery Night at Mockingbird Paperie to see some of those sights – Just in Time for Father’s Day!!

June 3: Crow’s Nest

 

5474b6eb1cb30.image.jpgCrow’s Nest Café (115 The Commons Fl. 2)

Marty Kepecs: Bold in Charge

This show of painting, collage, and assemblage, is the result of allowing my mind to go wild with shapes and colors. I think this work speaks to the beauty and freedom of life in the Finger Lakes.

June 3: The Cellar d’Or

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The Cellar D’Or (136 The Commons)

Rachel Philipson

Rachel Philipson, in a recent trip to Cuba, photographed the streets, people and culture of Havana. These small prints exhibit an intimacy and abstract use of composition that reflects a country hanging on to the past and looking forward to the future.

June 3: Buffalo Street Books

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Buffalo Street Books (215 N. Cayuga St.)

Marie Sanderson: The Golden Cap

Watercolor illustrations of an immigration narrative set in early 20th century Netherlands.

Ithaca artist/illustrator Marie Sanderson worked closely with Cortland author Sally Kamerling to illustrate Sally’s family story of love and loss.