Visions of Greater Buffalo 2013

CEPA Gallery Art Collection - Visions of Greater Buffalo Photography 2013 - Patty DeVinney

Join us as we celebrate our Sixth Annual Visions of Greater Buffalo photography event, featuring the fabulous food of Michael Helmicki (Carriage House Tavern), a cash bar, and music by DJ Alex Spaulding—plus a silent auction and a basket auction to support CEPA’s many art and arts education programs.

Proceeds from the auction benefit CEPA Gallery’s internationally recognized exhibits and events and youth arts education programs.

Visions of Greater Buffalo invites 50 individuals with unique community perspectives (a veritable “Who’s Who” of Western New York) to take up single-use Kodak cameras and share their personal vision of the region. The resulting collection of Buffalo photography features spectacular landscapes, historic grain elevators, and architectural landmarks taken by “Visionaries” who are truly representative of the arts, business, sports, community service, and faith-based organizations of the Queen City.

This year’s cameras were submitted to CEPA Gallery, then developed and reviewed by CEPA’s Visions Committee, chaired by CEPA Board of Directors President Nancy J. Parisi. The best photograph from each camera was then matted and framed for inclusion in this special exhibit, ending with a silent auction featuring all 50 of the selected Visions works.

The 2013 Visions of Greater Buffalo photography collection features photos by:

  • Maryalice Demler (WGRZ-TV)
  • Dwane Hall (Sportsmen’s Tavern)
  • Reed Stevens (Ellicott Small Animal Hospital)
  • Bernie Tolbert (FBI Retired)
  • Michelle Kearns (Buffalo News)
  • Amy Greenan (Artist)

. . . And a veritable “Who’s Who” of 41 other Western New Yorkers.

Mingle with the “Visionaries” and purchase unique works of art by these local celebrities while you support CEPA’s arts education and contemporary photography and visual arts programs at this exciting event.

View the Entire 2013 Visions Collection

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