August 25 - October 3, 2014
Opening Reception, September 12, 6–8 p.m.
A realist painter and expert angler, Alberto Rey sees the environment through a naturalist’s eyes. Rey’s “biological regionalism” focuses on the waterways of western New York where he lives and works. Focusing on the vitality and beauty of regional waterways, Rey also highlights the vulnerability of our habitat by testing water samples for pollutants and by rendering wildlife in distress. Featuring Rey’s highly detailed depictions of river trout and his documentation of Buffalo’s Scajaquida Creek, the exhibition also offers viewers a chance to learn about the relative health of Jamestown’s Chadakoin River. Read more...
The Veterans Book Project by Monica Haller
October 27 - December 11, 2014
Opening Reception, November 8, 2014
The Veterans Book Project is a library of fifty books, each written by a veteran, enlisted man or woman, or someone closely connected with the current wars such as a spouse, brother, Iraqi or Afghan civilian refugee. The gallery will be transformed into a reading room with tables and chairs for the installation of exhibiton. Viewers are encouraged to sit, read, and contemplate words written by men and women sharing their first-hand experiences of war.
The Warhol Effect
February 2 - March 24, 2015
Opening Reception, February 6, 2015, 6-8 p.m.
The influence of Andy Warhol continues to be felt throughout the art world. In this exhibition the Weeks Gallery brings six original Warhol prints from theirpermanent collection together with artworkby contemporary artists whose styles have been shaped by Warhol’s example. This will be the first viewing in the gallery of five prints recently donated by the Andy Warhol Foundation.