Here are the rest of the pictures from the National Show. This work is now on display at the Impact Artists’ Gallery.nationalshow2.pdf
An award-winning artist and retired teacher who specializes in the collage medium, Russell Ram is listed in “Who’s Who” among American Educators. He is a signature member of the National Collage Society and is included in their new 2005 publication, “Collage In All Dimensions”.
Ram was awarded a prize in the 20th National Exhibit in 2004 and exhibits extensively both locally and nationally. His work is in the permanent collection of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, as well as other private and public collections. Ram twice served as President of the Buffalo Society of Artists and co-authored the Society’s history, which serves as an important work on local art.
Impact Artists’ Gallery Members, $99
Single Day Rate, $50
(when space available)
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Send check made out to Impact Artists’ Gallery to: Tri-Main Center, Suite 545, 2495 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14214 Call 835-6817 with questions.
List of Workshop Supplies
* 6-8 Magazines
* Scrap Mat Board for Mounting
* Elmer’s Glue/Glue Stick
* India Ink & Pen
* Watercolor Set & Brushes
* Textured papers, ribbon, old
photos, buttons, string,
anything textured that
* 3-4 Brown paper bags
With Russell Ram
June 4-6, 2007
9:30 am – 2:30 pm
(Lunch Break 11:30-12:30)
Deadline for reservations is:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2007
Make checks ($70 per person)
payable and mail to:
IMPACT ARTISTS’ GALLERY
2495 MAIN ST., SUITE 545
BUFFALO, NY 14214
Questions or need further information?
Call (716) 835-6817
Impact Artists’ Gallery is sponsoring a tour to view 50 breathtaking paintings by Monet at the Cleveland Museum of Art. This last venue of Monet in Normandy will close May 20, 2007. If time permits we’ll make an afternoon stop at The Cleveland Museum of Modern Art before starting home.
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
*Our Grand Tours bus with amenities will depart at 7 am from the Transitown Mall corner of Main and Transit Rd. Park your car near Perle Opticians or TJ Maxx.
*Cost of tour includes bus and museum entry fees. Lunch at The Cleveland Museum of Art and dinner in Erie, PA will be on your own. A contribution of $25.00 is tax-deductible.
*To reserve space make your check payable to Impact Artists’ Gallery and return with registration form part of this brochure by Wednesday, April 18, 2007 to:
Impact Artists’ Gallery
2495 Main St., Suite 545
Buffalo, NY 14214
A copy of your payment form for each person should be brought with you to show as you board the bus.
Cancellations will be filled from the standby list. A minimum of 35 will be needed to make the trip. The maximum busload is 47. We expect this tour to fill quickly.
Show this copy of individual payment form:
Phone ______________ Amount Paid ________
National Women’s Exhibition–Spring 2007
This show is on now and there is a great variety of art styles. Something to please most every taste.
The Show runs from March 7-31,2007
Hours are Wednesday to Friday 11-4
MARCH TO JUNE Schedule of EXHIBITIONS
April 4-28 Young Women’s Exhibition. Open to high school and college-age students, Nancy
Helfter, Chair. Reception, Saturday, April 21, 1-4 pm.
May 5 Saturday Acrylics workshop with Joan Hambleton., 1-4 pm
May 2-June 16 “Women with Impact”, annual members’ show. Linda Metcalf
and MJ Luce, Co-Chairs. Reception and Designer Showcase (special reception and discount sale event-15%, one evening only), Saturday, May 5, 6-8:30 pm
June 4, 5, 6 Collage workshop with Russell Ram. Monday-Wednesday,
9:30 am-2:30 pm.
June 16-Aug. 31 TBA
SEPTEMBER To DECEMBER EXHIBITS
Sept.5-29 National Juried Portrait Show. Portrait workshop Sept. 17-22.
Entry deadline July 18, Notification Aug. 1, Work
Received Aug. 22-25, Reception Saturday, Sept. 15, 4-6:30 pm.
October 6 Starry Night Gala at Impact, 7-9:30 pm. Special hors’doevres, dessert, wine,
and an artwork of your choice (one per couple) to take home. $100/2 people.
October 10-27 In Memoriam: Buffalo’s Trees (invitational show and auction. Minimal entry fee
($10) and percentage of auction price goes to Buffalo Tree Replanting Fund. Auction October 20, 1-4 pm.
Oct. 31-Nov. 24 XIVth Fall National Juried Show. Reception Sat., Nov. 17, 1-4 pm. Slide
postmark deadline, Sept. 19. Notification Oct. 3, Work delivered Oct. 24-27. Juror, Christopher Stengler, former Director, Market St. Gallery.
Dec. 1-Jan. 27 * Holiday Show. Reception Saturday, Dec. 1, 1-4 pm.
Copyright 2006, Impact Artists’ Gallery, Inc.
Impact Artists’ Gallery is a cooperative members’ gallery for women artists, one of few in the nation. We mount ten or more exhibitions of visual art each year, including two to four national juried shows , a members-only show, and several community service exhibits. Impact is an attractively appointed gallery, a warm spot in the setting of a former old industrial building, now a thriving arts community.
Our mission is to provide a venue primarily for women artists to create, exhibit and sell their work, grow in their craft, and network with other artists. In addition to visual art, our gallery provides space for other genre, such as poetry and dance. We sponsor several community-service exhibits each year, encourage racial diversity, and promote the art of all women, young, senior, and women of all races. We serve both emerging and established artists.
New members are juried-in once a month by submitting 3-5 pieces of original work at any time of the year. Membership rates can be obtained by stopping in the gallery and picking up a form or by phone or by e-mail. There are several categories, with different rates and requirements. Members do all the work of the gallery, participating in hanging, receptions, gallery sitting and clerical work, which leads to comradeship, valuable networking, and learning new skills.
Impact Artists’ Gallery
Tri-Main Center, Suite 545
2495 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
Impact is located on the fifth floor, directly across from the elevator in the Tri-Main Center. We are open Tuesday through Friday, 11-4 p.m., and most Saturdays from 1-4 p.m. Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted through the donation box or by mail.