Lincoln Park Evening Art Market This Saturday, September 24th!
The Tri-County Arts Council invites you to an intimate Evening Fine Art and Craft Market.
Lincoln Park Market Pavilion
100 E State St, Olean, NY 14760
September 24th, 4-9 pm
Featuring some of the region's best known fine artists and craftspeople.
Including John Balacki, Jill Bornand, Allison Brawn, Marshall Burns, Lisa Conklin Conn, Theresa Heinz, Sean Huntington, Peter Jones, Camille McBride, Marcia Merrins, Nicole Missel, Nancy Petrillo, Jim and Pat Reno, Tara Walker, Mikel Wintermantel, Susan Gutierrez and more.
Their mediums include oil painting, gouache, water colors, mixed media, photography, pottery, sculptures, and much more!
Dinner provided by The Hungry Burro Food Truck. Music by Alex Cole.
At the Lincoln Park Evening Art Market (September 24th), the TCAC will be raffling away artwork made from artists Robin Zefers Clark, Sean Huntington, Samila Sosic, and Michael Wintermantel!
Raffle Tickets are $10 for one chance, 6 for $50, or 15 for $100. There is no limit to how many chances you can buy!
“Summer Daze” Mikel Wintermantel, C.M. Oil on Panel 18.5″x30.5″ Framed
TOP RIGHT "Love-in-a-Mist" Samila Sosic Acrylic on Canvas – 20″x30″
BOTTOM LEFT “Symphony of Movement” Robin Zefers Clark Plein Air Watercolor, Day 22 of 30 Paintings created on the grounds of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute Framed and double matted under conservation glass Image size: 8”x10” and Framed size: 15”x17”
BOTTOM RIGHT “Big White Pine on the Hill” Sean Huntington Gouache on canvas 20×24
This is the last week of our current show “Couloured Pots” Izinkamba Amakaladi, by artist Fileve Tlaloc. The show will be ending on Saturday. (September 24th). The show is a must see if you have not done so already!
Coloured Pots (Izinkamba kwamaKhaladi) is an example of pottery inspired by izinkamba style of the amaZulu ethnic group, which in part, makes up my maternal line. By transposing family photgraphs and snippets of scholarly work based on race onto these pots, the work explores the history, culture, and identity of creole people in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa who are known as “Coloureds.” This work connects the past and the present by exploring family photos of individuals and communities that played a role in the creation of the creole ethnic group. Through the combination of clay, photography, and scholarly research I unpack notions of race, purity, science, and law in relation to creole individuals and communities who are combinations of indigenous Africans, settler Europeans, and immigrant Asians. Coloured Pots Izinkamba amaKaladi contributes to artistic and cultural diversity by showing the exchanges and intimate relationships across cultural and geographical borders. Although the focal point builds upon my personal heritage living abroad, and my intentional, personal maintenance of my familial relationships in South Africa, the subject matter and my local experience, opens a forum for discussion of similar instances of creolization in America as well as engaging timely issues of privacy, policy, and agency.
AUG 19th - SEPT 24th, 2022
Save the Date!
Coming September 30th to the Peg Bothner Gallery at the TCAC:
2021 Southern Tier Biennial Best in Show Award Winner, Carla Stetson: Knots, Webs, and Entanglements
September 30th through October 29th Reception: Saturday October 1st 5:30-7:30pm
Call for Work! “A Little Something” Member Small Works Show
All media and skill levels are welcome! You just need to be a member (for as little as $20!), and your artwork must be under 12×12 inches for 2D, and under 12x12x12 inches for 3D.
Drop off up to three pieces between October 15th and November 5th at the TCAC. 110 West State St, Olean. This year’s show runs November 12 – January 14
*New this year! We are giving out awards in two categories, Amateur and Professional. (This includes 2-d and 3-d work in all media)
The awards are as follows:
Best in Show: $100 plus a year’s Artisan Membership (this allows you to sell in the TCAC Artisan Market)
Best Professional: $50 plus a year’s Artisan Membership
Honorable Mention Professional: $20 plus a year’s Artisan Membership
Best Amateur: $50 plus a year’s Artisan Membership
Honorable Mention Amateur: $20 plus a year’s Artisan Membership
People’s Choice (juried by vote): A year’s Artisan Membership
Interested in learning about Drawing & Acrylic Painting? Consider signing up for our upcoming class!
This class is designed for all skill levels, from beginners to advanced painters. Topics in this class will include: working with acrylic, learning elements of art/ design, creating the illusion of depth, present light in your paintings, and many more tricks and trades. This will be a still life themed painting and you will be encouraged to explore the realistic representation of it. Your instructor will provide clear instructions and work with you as a group, as well as giving individual attention to every student.
Instructor: Patty Strobele-Goehrig Date: October 1st, 2022, (Saturday) Time: 12:30-2:30pm Cost: $35 Artisan Members & Above and $45 Family Members & Non-Members Age 10+