We are a cooperative fine art gallery operated by our members from the Finger Lakes region of New York, seeking to enhance the cultural and economic vitality of our community.

Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public.
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34th Annual Juried Photography Show

The call for entries for our annual photography show is now closed. Read the announcement.

Bubbletrees and the Forest Fantasia

May 4–28

This will be a solo show of new work by Daniel McPheeters. Daniel’s mesmerizing images showcase an artistic meditation on the nature of trees and forests using a variety of styles and techniques. Opening reception Friday, May 5, 5–8pm.

You can view the show in the gallery or online.

May 2023 Salon

May 4–28

Members are showing work in the Salon.

Opening reception Friday, May 5, 5–8pm.

You can view the show in the gallery or online.

Featured Artist: Linda Fazzary

I love creating lyrical allegorical mixed media paintings. Weaving them like a tapestry with many layers of textures, patterns, collage, writing, symbols and paint.

To learn more about Linda and her art visit her member page.

News from our members

Harry Littell will have a solo show of photographs at the Orazio Salati Gallery from June 2 through July 28. Littell’s series Avenue Collection presents urban landscapes from the Southern Tier region of New York. The opening reception is Friday, June 2, 6–9 pm, and Friday, July 7.

Katrina Morse will be showing landscape and still life paintings in acrylic in April and May at Attuned Life Wellness and Massage.

Invasive Species Cyanotypes: European Water Chestnut: (Trapa natans) by Christine Chin

Christine Chin is one of three artists in an exhibition called Climate Collaborations at ArtRage gallery in Syracuse, continuing until May 20, 2023.

Barbara Behrmann, a member of The Quilt Divas, has three pieces on display as part of their exhibit in the parlor of Ithaca’s Unitarian Universalist Church. The show opened on April 14 and runs through June 5. The show can be viewed when various events are taking place at the church or during coffee hour after a service. See the calendar of events.

Patricia Hunsinger participated in a four-week artist residency, at the Arquetopia Oaxaca Residency Space in Oaxaca, Mexico in February and March. The residency focused on how to make natural ink for silkscreen and was an instructional residency program that acknowledges the rich history of color in Mexico by incorporating the knowledge of natural colorants with the silkscreen printing technique on fabric.

Orange Daylily Stamens by Nancy V Ridenour

Nancy Ridenour has a show at Karma Salon until June.

Hsiao-Pei Yang will be teaching a spring outdoor painting class for kids in grades 2–5 at Belle Sherman Elementary School every Thursday 2:00–4:30 starting on April 20 and continuing until June 8. The cost for the workshop is $160, which includes supplies. Contact Hsiao-Pei for further information.

She will also will have an exhibition May Is For Flowers at the Ithaca Hilton Garden Inn. The opening reception is Friday, May 5 during Gallery Night.


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