GoArt! hosted its first GoArt! Members Exhibition on Friday, along with its first Digital Art Exhibit. Both are intended to become annual events.
The above ink-on-canvas painting is called "Fiscal Policy" and was painted by Kevin Hammon, who lives just north of Le Roy. It was on sale for $350.
Here is Hammon with another of his canvas works, "Moon Light Drive-In" ($125).
Below are some of the other paintings on display at Seymour Place.
Oil painting: "Wolf Creek at Letchworth" by Rick Ellingham ($275).
Oil painting: "Route 5" by Joseph Deni ($400).
Kevin Feary, of Batavia, stands beside his oil-on-muslin painting, "Short Order Cook" ($580).
Artist (and City Councilwoman) Rose Mary Christian stands next to her untitled acrylic (not for sale) with Linda Sforno (left) and Roelene Christian.
"Country Cottage Needlepoint" by Joan E. Rotondo ($238).
Watercolor: "Sinking Ponds" by Rita M. Hammond ($50).
Pencil: "Silent Communication" by Judy Wenrich ($175).
Glass art: "Dragonfly Wide Bowl" by Heather Whitney ($100).
Glass art: "Peacock Bowl" by Heather Whitney ($120).
Acrylic and paper: "Night Out" by Kimberly A. Argenta ($100).
Acrylic: "National Geographic: Stampede" by Carole LaValley ($225).
Oil on muslin: "Upton Monument" by Kevin Feary ($580).
Oil: "Rusted & Weathered" by Rick Ellingham ($200).
Connie Mosher, of Albion, stands next to her Arizona-inspired oil painting, "Rugs on a Railing Near Sedona, AZ" ($500).
Pastel: "Alzheimer's--the Ultimate Identity Theft," by Sharon Jahnke Long (not for sale).
Earthenware, slips, glaze: "Cityscape II" by Moi Dugan ($425).
Pastel: "Twoo Wuv" by Sharon Jahnke Long (not for sale).
Woodcut: "Angus" by Rita Hammond ($50).
Clay: "Covered Jar with Wheat" by Jean Grinnell (SOLD).
Long Stitch: "Tiger Walk" by Joan E. Rotondo ($238).
To find out which of these--and other--photos are still for sale, contact Robin Upson, administrative assistant at GoArt!, at 343-9313, or email [email protected].
As this was going on, a reception for non-members' digital art was held next door at GoArt!'s satellite gallery in the Batavia Senior Center.
"Study in Perspective" by Natalie Buczek ($10).
"Katie" by Byron-Bergen ninth-grader Katelyn Simmons (not for sale).
"Guitar Rock" by Susan Meier ($45).
"Let It Be" by Daniel Cherry ($40).
Cherry displays his work, "Broken Treaties," with his sons, Jimmy and Daniel.
The digital artwork will be on display until April 27 at the senior center, at 2 Bank St. in Batavia. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
For information, contact Joe Langen at [email protected].