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Charles Burchfield's weather sequences at the Burchfield Penney Art Center

A focal point of the current Charles Burchfield exhibit at the Burchfield Penney Art Center is a half dozen or so pencil studies that show a sequence of weather events over a given all-day or sometimes several-day period.

Photographs by Victoria Sambunaris at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Artistically, Victoria Sambunaris wants it all. And pretty much gets it all in her photos. The spectacular and the banal. The whole picture.

Nava Gidanian-Kagan's paintings at Olean Public Library

Eventually those who count themselves among the arts community of greater Buffalo probably will find a reason to visit the Olean Public Library. GPS says it’s an hour and 15 minutes south on Route 16, weather clemently cooperating. (Car-pooling is a good thing.) Buffalo Arts Studio curator Cori Wolff sets up these exhibitions monthly in a room just off the public library stalls. That’s what it is, a room, but so completely given over to decent wall space and lighting that it definitely holds up as a venue for small exhibitions.

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