"Maestro Moods" Watercolor and Mixed Media by Peg Bothner April 16 - May 22 2021
The Tri-County Arts Council is honored to exhibit “Maestro Moods” watercolors, mixed-media, and charcoal sketches with an orchestral theme by celebrated Olean artist Peg Bothner, April 16 to May 22 at the TCAC Gallery, 110 W. State St., Olean. Bothner’s charcoal sketches, watercolors and portraits of individuals, dancers, and musicians all abound with a lively joy and spontaneity, each revealing a unique and sophisticated style by an equally warm and lively artist. Her art has hung in galleries and museums throughout Western New York including the Albright-Knox in Buffalo. She studied with watercolorist Robert Blair who was director of the Olean Art Association and Catherine Nelson of Alfred University. The Olean Art Association later became the Cattaraugus Arts Council and more recently has expanded to include Chautauqua and Allegany Counties as the Tri-County Arts Council. Opening and Artist Talk April 25 1-5pm at the TCAC gallery.
Show on view to public during regular business hours Tuesday-Friday 12-6, Saturday 12-5
To purchase pieces from "Maestro Moods", please call the TCAC at (716) 372-7455 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yadahta:wak Hihšönya:nö' (Father & Son - They Make Things) Pottery, Paintings, and Sculpture by Peter and Mike Jones June 12th-July 24th 2021 Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Artist Talk and Reception is by appointment, Saturday June 12th, 5-9pm Click the link below to reserve your 45 minute time slot.
The Tri-County Arts Council is proud to present “Yadahta:wak Hihšönya:nö' (Father & Son - They Make Things)” Pottery, sculpture, and paintings by renowned artists Peter and Mike Jones. The work of both artists reflect their Native heritage and issues that have impacted the Hodínöhsö:ni:h “People of the Long House”.
Internationally renown potter and sculptor Peter Jones, whose work is “neo-traditional” a modern take on pre-colonization Iroquois pottery forms that had died out in the 1500’s. Peter studied under Hopi artist Otellie Loloma while attending the Institute of the American Indian Art in New Mexico. His work is in private and public collections world-wide, including the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and Heard Museum.
Mike Jones, who learned pottery from his father Peter, also paints and sculpts, taking inspiration from a diverse set of Native and Non-Native artists such as T.C. Cannon, Dan Namingha, Earl Bliss, M.C. Escher and Gustav Klimt among others. Mike’s work is in collections nationwide, including the Heard Museum, and the Indian Arts and Crafts Board.
“Yadahta:wak Hihšönya:nö' (Father & Son - They Make Things)” runs June 12th - July 24th 2021 at the TCAC Gallery in Olean