• Charles Burchfield, Journals, March 1, 1916

      Monday, March 2, 2015

      I woke up this morning in time to hear a redbird singing. A little later the sun rose in the heavy mists, a red disc.  A beautiful thing is that the harness of work horses of various farms around town are ornamented with rings and brass ornaments etc.

    • Mar 3

      Reading  |  An Evening with Marge Piercy

      Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 7:30–9 pm

      Knopf published the paperback of Marge Piercy’s 18th poetry book THE HUNGER MOON recently; her 19th, MADE IN DETROIT, is scheduled for March.

    • Mar 5

      Tour  |  DOCENT-LED TOUR OF THE BURCHFIELD PENNEY

      Thursday, March 5, 2015, 2–3 pm

      Docent-led tours of the Burchfield Penney are offered every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

    • Mar 5

      Screening  |  The Tragic “Sheriff of Wall Street” and Client #9

      Thursday, March 5, 2015, 7–9 pm

      Carl PaladinoCEO of Ellicott Development Company and Bob McCarthy of The Buffalo News discuss the fall of New York Governor Elliott Spitzer with the backdrop of the film Client #9

    • Charles E. Burchfield

      Watercolorist Charles Ephraim Burchfield (1893-1967) is one of America's most original artists. Best known for his romantic, often fantastic depictions of nature, Burchfield developed a unique stylemore

    • Judith Olson Gregory

      Judith Olson Gregory is a visual artist and arts educator based in Western New York and North Carolina.

    • Sylvia L. Rosen

      Sylvia Rosen is a ceramic artist, educator, and philanthropist. In 1987, she and her husband created the Sylvia L. Rosen Endowment for Fine Arts in the Craft Media at the Burchfield Penney.more

    • Why we exhibit unfinished works by Charles E. Burchfield

      Monday, March 2, 2015

      Nancy Weekly responds to a question posed by Charles Burchfield's granddaughter Peggy Haug.

    • Intern Anna Gray: Perspectives of a High School Senior

      Sunday, March 1, 2015

      As a high school senior, I was not expecting to do anything like the projects I was assigned to. I had been expecting to be doing minimally important work, but instead I received projects which kept me engaged and stretched me as well as teaching me different tasks that I had no idea evenmore

    • Practice Makes Progress

      Monday, December 29, 2014

      Although each artist’s style and technique may be in a constant state of evolution, it’s always interesting to examine the path of refinement and skill development each one has decided to explore.