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Arcangel Gallery

Seeking Apricity


Seeking Apricity
Seeking Apricity
Seeking Apricity
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Seeking Apricity
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Seeking Apricity
February 28 - April 23
Meet the artist! - March 24 and April 7 - 10am-2pm
Arcangel Gallery Exhibit
Included with Admission 

This exhibition is a collective of works meant to warm the soul. When the sun hits your skin on a winter's day, you are flooded with memories of June, July, and August. For just a moment we stir from our hibernation. Many of the pieces in this collection were created in the coldest of months, when the sun was hard to find.

These works speak to those little glimpses of life that flash in our mind when reminded of brighter days ahead. Through a rose colored lens, themes of rebirth and awakening are explored. Vibrant hues and loose lines imitate nature’s spectacle as it begins to come alive again.

Meet and Greet the artist on March 24th or April 7th from 10am-2pm!
Elizabeth will be on site with some additional artwork for sale and will be sharing more about her artwork and processes with visiting guests! This special experience is included with regular admission. 

Meet the Artist, Elizabeth Gatto!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Gatto is a painter, living and working in Buffalo, NY.

Her art practice revolves around the relationship between intuition and mixing color. She likes to flow through different mediums often experimenting with what feels beautiful at the time.

Elizabeth finds inspiration in botanical imagery, folk art, antiques, and children’s books. When she is not painting, she works as an Educator and Program Coordinator here at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. The conservatory serves as a constant spark of creativity. Its luminous glass walls filled with organic forms, vibrancy, and bold patterns always inspire productivity. These different muses come together to inform Elizabeth’s work.


E-Tickets - E-TICKETS are recommended for all visitors. Walk-ins may be turned away if our visitor capacity has been met. Please arrive within 15 minutes of your arrival time. Most visitors spend 45 minutes-1.5 hours to complete their visit, but you are welcome to stay until we close to the public at 4pm. 

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