Current Exhibit

Canvas Salon & Gallery Inc. and The Hollow Bistro and Brew Present the 4th Annual ART WINE DINE featuring Artist Kathleen Sherin on Thursday November 8th in Clarence NY.

The evening begins with Sherin’s opening reception at Canvas Salon & Gallery at 5:30pm with complimentary appetizers, wine and beer followed by a ticketed Wine Pairing Dinner at The Hollow Bistro & Brew. Starting at 7pm the Wine Pairing Dinner will be tastefully presented with exclusive pieces from Kathleen Sherin, in which partial proceeds will benefit Headbands of Hope’s donation to Children’s Hospital. Limited tickets will be available for purchase in October at both Canvas Salon & Gallery and The Hollow Bistro & Brew, $100 per seat (includes tax and gratuity). A truly interactive and provoking evening to meet the artist and get a first view of pieces available for purchase. Kathleen Sherin’s work will be on exhibit and available for purchase at Canvas Salon & Gallery through the end of December 2018.

(**the opening reception at Canvas Salon & Gallery 5:30pm – 8:30pm is free and open to the public and does not require a ticket to attend**)

Purchase Art Wine Dine Tickets

—————-

Kathleen is a studio artist at Buffalo Arts Studio in Buffalo, New York and creates her larger prints at the Experimental Print Imaging Center at the University at Buffalo. She has an MFA in Printing/Printmaking at SUNY Buffalo. Until 2015 she taught drawing and design as an adjunct faculty for both Niagara County Community College and D’Youville College and was also the Gallery Director and Curator of the Dolce Valvo Art Center at Niagara County Community College. Currently, she curates visual art exhibitions at Betty’s Restaurant in Buffalo and maintains her studio practice.

Sherin attributes some of her visual inspiration to the years she worked as an emergency room RN and educator at Children’s Hospital in Buffalo, a personal fascination with human sensory and psychological issues, and an attraction to abstract systems in science in math. In her stylistically recognizable prints, she intertwines and overlays imagery derived from these varied sources to create visually poetic compositions.

Look for her work in a 2018 release of the indie film Malasia, written and directed by Marc Cappuchino and filmed in Buffalo in spring 2017. One of the main characters, Gwen, is an artist and Sherin’s work was chosen to be the work of this character. See Kathleen’s full portfolio at ksherin.com.