Paint Creek Center for the Arts Announces 53rd Art & Apples Festival

53rd Art & Apples Festival Set for September 7-9 The Art & Apples Festival, the largest annual fundraiser for, and produced by, Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA), returns to the Rochester Municipal Park (400 Sixth St.) in downtown Rochester September 7, 8 and 9. This year, PCCA is adding Blake’s Orchard cider and donuts, as well as new nationally-recognized artists to the signature event, which transforms the 30-acre park into one of the nation’s top fine art … [Read more...]

The Greater Rochester Heritage Days Festival gets colorful

During The Greater Rochester Heritage Days Festival, 13 Rochester “Legacy” Coloring Book artists will be in a special booth selling these historical treasures. All artists volunteered their time and talent to make up this wonderful memento of historical and favorite Rochester spots. Each coloring book sells for $10.00 and are also available at Lytles’ Pharmacy, The Rochester Museum, Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA), and at The Community House. Other artists featured are: Byron … [Read more...]

Surface/Space exhibit comes to the PCCA

It’s not always obvious why a particular group of artists seems to fit together. Sometimes it’s a matter of looking at the works in front of you, and searching for the way they communicate with one another. The artists chosen for this show share concerns with the way space is addressed in their drawings, paintings and even sculptures. In many of these works, the negative space – those areas of the surface left untouched – carries as much weight as the rest of the work. When they talk about their … [Read more...]

PCCA presents Alexander Buzzalini: Print

Alexander Buzzalini (Hamtramck) creates hand-pulled prints that draw on the personal to speak to universal human experience and emotion. He constructs narratives based on personal experience, circumstance and memory. His often humorous figurative compositions feature eccentric drawings and present odd situations that keep the viewer a little off balance. One series of prints features a standard poodle who appears in all sorts of strange circumstances, an anxious-looking creature who leaves us a … [Read more...]