News & Events
through December 19
JCC Center Gallery, Olean
A solo exhibition by Elliott Hutten, features sculptures inspired by her recent trip to the Southwest United States. The exhibition includes watercolors inspired by her travels. The combination of sculptures and watercolors creates a dynamic exhibition that you won't want to miss.
Elliott also operates Hog Shed Studio in East Otto, NY and welcomes visits to the studio during regular hours on Wednesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Routes to Art Holiday Sale
CCAC is pleased to present the 5th Annual Routes to Art Holiday Sale on Sunday, November 16 at the Holiday Valley Lodge in Ellicottville. The Holiday Sale is one-stop shopping at its unique and hand-crafted best and this year will include work from nearly 30 regional artists. Artists will display and sell many cash-and-carry items. Shoppers can expect to find cards, books, prints, jewelry, pottery, ornaments, as well as paintings, stained glass, basket weaving, wood carving, photography, and more.
For more information, contact Tina@myartscouncil.net or visit www.routestoart.com
5x7 Exhibition and Sale
Saturday, December 6
CCAC announces a fall fundraiser that will offer donated original art at a flat rate of $25 so that all donations are accessible to everyone. On December 6, the doors will open to the public at 6pm for a kick-off event for $15 at the door, with refreshments and food, of course. Here’s the trick...the artwork will be hung anonymously and patrons won’t know whose work they’ll be picking. Value and name recognition is leveled in this sale while fun and suspense is increased. After the 30 first-pick ticket holders have chosen, all the artwork is available at just $25 each and will remain for sale on the CCAC walls through the holiday season. Interested in donating work, please complete our 2014 Entry Form. For more information visit, 5x7 Art for Everyone, or contact Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Arts Council
The Cattaraugus County Arts Council (CCAC) is transforming quality of life in the Southern Tier of New York State through education, service and