• Jan28

    Class / Workshop  |  Day by Day: A Hands on Mixed-Media Virtual Workshop

    Thursday, January 28, 2021, 1–2:15 pm

    Let us stop to consider. In this workshop participants will create a mixed media artwork through the exploration of what defines and nurtures our daily lives.

  • Feb 4

    Book Club  |  February Virtual Book Club

    Thursday, February 4, 2021, 6:30–8 pm

  • Feb 6

    Class / Workshop  |  A Day of Paint and Prose: Honoring a memory of loved one

    Saturday, February 6, 2021, 11 am–12:30 pm

    Honor the memory of someone or a life experience by painting a watercolor completely inspired by your loved one. Bring a letter, poem, or verse you cherish, to incorporate into your unique piece.

  • Adele Rieger Cohen

    Adele Rieger Cohen

    Adele Cohen (1922-2002) was a mixed media painter and sculptor. She exhibited widely and received many awards and accolades during her career.

  • John Rummell

    John Rummell

    Born in Springville, New York, John Rummell was a painter of landscapes and portraits as well as a printmaker who practiced in Buffalo and Western New York.

  • Allan M. D'Arcangelo

    Allan M. D'Arcangelo

    Allan D'Arcangelo was an internationally recognized painter born in Buffalo, N.Y. Often associated with the Pop Art movement, he was known for his abstracted paintings of roads, highway signs, andmore

  • A Guide to Interning in 2020: COVID Edition, by Jordan Anthony

    Tuesday, December 22, 2020

    You will need to be comfortable with working from home. This was my foremost perception of my internship with the Burchfield Penney Art Center. 

  • Welcome To That Forever Friday Feeling Don Metz

    Monday, June 29, 2020

    Burchfield Penney Associate Director retires after a 25-year renowned journey of supporting the museum’s mission and the artists of Western New York.

  • A Tribute to Susan Rothenberg (1945-2020)

    Tuesday, June 16, 2020

    Susan Rothenberg earned international acclaim as a courageous artist strong enough to pursue her vision when it defiantly rejected the status quo. Extensive numbers of exhibition essays, articles, and other texts explore her life and accomplishments, from her roots in Buffalo, New York to her latermore