If two artists share a studio for long enough, their work is bound to be affected by it. That's the deceptively simple premise behind "Studio Secrets Revealed: Bruce Adams and Richard Huntington," a show of two longtime studio-mates opening at the Carnegie Art Center (240 Goundry St., North Tonawanda).
Huntington, former News art critic, will exhibit a series of works called "Whereabouts Unknown," which features Huntington's interpretations of paintings that were lost or destroyed by the Nazis during World War II. Adams will exhibit a group of paintings from his "Title First Series," in which he used phrases printed on index cards of Huntington's -- which he found lying around in the studio -- to create paintings.
The show is also accompanied by an "Abbott and Costello"-esque video of the artists being interviewed by outgoing Carnegie director and exhibition curator Ellen Ryan. The show opens with a reception at 7 p.m. Saturday and runs through Dec. 13. For more information, call 694-4400 or visit www.carnegieartcenter.org.
-- Colin Dabkowski