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Echo Art Fair announces 2014 participants

Buffalo’s Echo Art Fair, now gearing up for its fourth incarnation on Sept. 6 and 7 in the Central Library, has announced this year’s participating artists and galleries.

Here’s the list of individual artists, 23 of whom live in Western New York: David Alexander of Toronto

Lauren Braun of Pittsburgh

Max Collins of Buffalo

Mark diVincenzo of Buffalo

Dana Filibert of Shelburne Falls, Mass.

Fontini Galanes of Buffalo

Amy Greenan of Niagara Falls

Jody Hanson of Buffalo

Ani Hoover of Buffalo

Matthew Knisley of Buffalo

Elizabeth Leader of Buffalo

Jenn Libby of Rochester

Cristiano Lopes of Buffalo

Claudette Losier of Hamilton, Ont.

William Maggio of Buffalo

Mark McLoughlin of Buffalo

Brenda Molloy of Buffalo

Catherine Shuman Miller of Williamsville

Barbara Mink of Ithaca

Irving Mink of Ithaca

James Paterson of Ontario, Calif.

Richard Rockford of Buffalo

Thomas Sandner of Buffalo

John Sargent of Cleveland

Tara Sasiadek of Buffalo

Barbara Schaefer of Brooklyn

Kathleen Sherin of Buffalo

Chuck Tingley of Buffalo

Rich Tomasello of Buffalo

Kurt Treeby of Buffalo

Gary L. Wolfe of Buffalo

Katia Zhukova of Buffalo

Participating galleries are Buffalo’s Benjaman Gallery, Bruce Ader Fine Arts, Body of Trade and Commerce Gallery, Dana Tillou Fine Arts, Elwin Grant and Indigo Art. Out of town galleries include Box Heart Gallery of Pittsburgh, Cappuccilli Fine Art of Syracuse and Connors Gallery of Ithaca.

The fair will also feature artistic collaborations by local artist groups The Lavender Hinge and Virocode as well as site-specific installation by Lily Booth and Starlight Studio, Michael Bosworth, Michael Degnan and Fotini Galanes, Timothy Frerichs, Ani Hoover, Stephanie Rothenberg and Brian Clark, Gary Sczerbaniewicz, Colin Tucker, Catherine Willett, Bourbon and Coffee, Just Buffalo Literary Center and the artist collective TH&B of Hamilton, Ont.

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