• Charles E. Burchfield, Journals, December 13, 1914

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    A storm like this is a momentous occasion. All afternoon it came down.  Down down down and as I looked out the window I wondered it did not make a roaring sound.  The silence!

  • Dec13

    Class / Workshop  |  Art Moves Me: A Therapeutic Dance Program

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 10–11:30 am

    Prseented in partnership with the National Parkinson's Foundation WNY, Art Moves Me is a dance program designed for people living with the neurodegenerative brain disorder. 

  • Dec13

    Hosted Event  |  198 Urban Planning & Community Forum

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 6–8 pm

    This is a hosted event presented by Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. Any questions should be directed to (716)-838-1249. 

  • Dec14


    Thursday, December 14, 2017, 2 pm

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

  • Charles E. Burchfield

    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

  • Craig LaRotonda

    Craig LaRotonda

    Craig LaRotonda is a painter, sculptor, and illustrator born and raised in Buffalo.

  • Victor Trabucco

    Victor Trabucco

    Victor Trabucco is an artist based in Clarence, N.Y., who creates works from solid crystal.

  • Visiting Burchfield at Montclair by Philip Koch

    Monday, December 11, 2017

    An artist's job is to notice the important things that others have overlooked. To call them back to see what they've missed.

  • Charles Burchfield at Montclair Art Museum

    Monday, November 27, 2017

    The exhibition at the Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey is Charles E. Burchfield: Weather Event (through January 7, 2018). The show originates from the Burchfield Penney Art Center.

  • Jones By Anthony Bannon

    Thursday, November 2, 2017

    M. Henry Jones, with good reason, calls himself a visual pioneer. He is being modest, and, as always, honest.