A Place for Creativity & Creative People In CNY
Schmidt originator of the Cranky
Cat Collection. Mechanical metal gear-y
contraptions that do things make me happy, like whirligigs and
weather vanes! Well, my
latest venture into making things doesn't really fit into the
whirligig or weather vane category, but I have been using metal to
make jewelry. I love art because everything an artist creates
is part of that
says, I have my own website....I designed it and
built it myself...
I do have a feeling of pride...It is www.myfabricart.com It shows only
a tiny portion of my stash of fabric pieces and what I do... Click Here to see Jan's work
Suzanne and Bob Curdt My husband, Bob and I have
partnered to combine our unique and individual
talents to present to you The Delightful Devas. These original art
are available as Canvas Gallery Wraps ready for wall display.
Mollica: JUST A LIL' BIT ABOUT ME "I've been painting since
can remember...." "Art is my passion...." "Being creative is
something I have to do...."
See work HERE.
George a. Olsen, Jr. began wood turning in 2004 with hours of study and practice. His work was recognized as art being selected in 2008 by jurors at the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie, Cooperstown Art National and Regional Shows, and the Wilber Mansion Show in Oneonta. See work HERE
George excels in crafting useful objects with a unique perspective. His work has been appreciated locally, regionally, nationally and internationally for gifts that are beautiful to behold and wonderful to use. George’s products can be viewed on line at www.gtowoodturning.com.
Call for Artists
INVITATION TO SUBMIT WORK based on horses to support ReRun. Your work will be displayed from May through July and the event will be promoted thrOugh media and other means
Any proceeds from sale of your work will accrue to you and the gallery. Any donations
to rerun will be appreciated.
Westcott Ware - Save Your Drink Glasses - $6.95 each
Small Original Oil - $40 - Joob Whitman
Small Original Oil - $40 - Joob Whitman
Birthday Kit Soap Rocks -matching birth stone color with wood soap rack and gift box $16.95
One of our best sellers, Hand hammered aluminum bread pans, with different sayings and designs such as "If you're lucky enough to Irish, your lucky enough". (Also Italian version) " Give us this day our daily bread" in 91 languages. Many different designs with wheat, art deco and other designs.
Ice Queen bracelet # Swarvosky crystals and tribe silver - $250
Basic Beading classes will be taught at the CNY Artist Gallery
If you are interested in Basic Beading, please call to make an appointment.
Straight and Narrow Bracelet, made with crystals and pearls
If you are interested in making this particular bracelet please call the number below for an appointment.
(This class is for beginners)
You do not need to be a member of CNY Artist to take a class
call 420-0678 or 391-5115 to reserve you spot
Posted by Gerina A. Faison on April 8, 2013 at 9:57am
Some here will remember me. I've been away on some writing adventures. I was originally involved on numerous sites, and had to cut back to concentrate on my bread and butter, my published works. Since I've been gone, I've sold numerous poems and short stories. Add to this a few books I've had published recently as well as all of the Editing I've been doing on other writer's short stories and Novellas. My book cover work is advancing too.
Posted by Don Ford on January 30, 2013 at 8:00am
Notes about NETWORKING from "The Profitable Artist" by Artspire
“...is about developing a base of people who will support your efforts and want you to succeed....
Networking is about finding and building relationships with people you care about who are linked to new opportunities, new markets...”
Attend art openings and start making new friends.
“A genuine interest in other people delivers a genuine interest in you.”
Posted by Maria J. Rizzo on January 29, 2013 at 8:07pm
At the Hang Local, Artist and curator Ty Marshal asked me this question:
Maria, you had a lot of art shows last year. What is your secret?
At that time my only response was networking.
Networking did help me find new opportunities to show my art in different venues,
but I realize that I didn't five a complete answer.
The real "secret" that helps me, and many other professional artists,
to showcase my work is the awareness of the many web sites that publish opportunity listings.
Posted by Maria J. Rizzo on January 24, 2013 at 6:23pm
Just wanted to post an update about the Delightful Devas. Although we are still selling the Delightful Devas as canvas wall hangings, the Devas decided they would like to see more of the world.
As a result, they are now available as beautiful ladies tee shirts as well. This way they able to get out into the world on a more personal level. Be sure and stop by the CNY Artists' store in Shoppingtown Mall to see them. They will be vey happy to see you!
Posted by Suzanne E. Curdt on November 7, 2012 at 8:48pm
The really cool thing about being an artist is that I can leave my junk all over the house and just call it a "still life".
And guess what????
You can learn how to paint a still life...or how to creatively leave your junk around the house.
Posted by Joan Applebaum on October 31, 2012 at 6:11pm
Posted by Maria J. Rizzo on September 11, 2012 at 9:11pm