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Friday, May 6, 2011

INDIGO ART PRESENTS BILL STEWART

 Late afternoon Gary and I drove to Buffalo for an Art Opening.
 Indigo Art, located on Allen Street, provided a perfect space for Bill's work.
 "Shaman"  is another word for medicine man.
 was delighted to turn his butt to us when we arrived.
 His wife Bonnie found it entertaining!
 We loved the show.  His work should look familiar to you, since I have posted it many times.
 We got there a little before 7 and the place was packed.
 First Friday in Buffalo.  The galleries, restaurants and pubs were jumpin'.
 The gallery owner has done a great job with this space.  Understated, great lighting, and a New York City feel.
 There was a nice loft area upstairs, with food, wine and an acoustic guitarist.  More sculpture too.







 Two other couples drove out from Brockport...good friends and great supporters.
It looks like Bob and Gary were having a serious discussion.
 We were getting hungry and went over to the Anchor Bar for dinner.
 A very eclectic, funky and popular spot in Buffalo.
 Even tho we had dinner there, Gary ordered some wings to go (that is what they are known for).
 I don't know what it's like where you live, but in this neck of the woods, Buffalo Wings are very popular.
A fun evening.

7 comments:

  1. A visual feast, and then another feast! You lucky lady, you.

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  2. Again, I'm in awe of such talent and attention to detail!

    I enjoy wings and remember a day several years ago when I had them for breakfast--I can't do that any more! :-)

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  3. An Art Opening....love to go these. Bill looks like he's full of the devil with good humour. His creations are amazing with so much detail. Now...onto Buffalo wings....mmm mmmm good!

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  5. I'll stick with my fried clams or maybe some mussels in a wine sauce.

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  6. How fascinating! Looks like it was a wonderful event.

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  7. Ah, yes, Buffalo wings, mmm. And love those irises jazzing up the middle of the post!

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