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Record number of artists apply for Made in NY 2022

Visitors to the 26th annual exhibition will be struck by the number of pieces that feature people

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Skaneateles artist creates 3D sculpture out of 2D neon lights

April 21, 2022

Artist Lorne Covington’s “Ode to Neon” is drawn from over 400 neon tubes in all shapes, colors and many words and letters that he salvaged from neon shops that were going out of business

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Nature takes center stage in Owasco artist’s work

April 9, 2022

Victoria Savka’s collection of drypoint prints on display through May 15 feature cows, sheep, ducks and Mr. Fox.

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Record number of artists apply for Made in NY 2022

March 21, 2022

More than 400 artists applied to the 26th annual exhibition, or which 70 were selected.

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Student, senior artwork to fill walls at Schweinfurth

January 27, 2022

Annual “Both Ends of the Rainbow” exhibit opens Feb. 6 AUBURN, NY (Jan. 27, 2022) – The magic of “Both Ends of the Rainbow” is coming back on Feb. 6, 2022, with student art from Auburn and surrounding school districts filling the walls of the Schweinfurth Art Center’s main gallery. Students’ return to full-time in-person…

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Chamber, Auburn businesses join to provide gifts to those in need

November 20, 2021

Melody Johnson, owner of Divine Coverings, partnered with the Schweinfurth Art Center for the second annual handmade hat and glove giveaway at Auburn’s Rescue Mission.

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Artist transitions from small works to large installations

October 24, 2021

Christine Mauersberger discovered her love of fiber arts as a high school student, and now she creates large-scale installations. But she still makes her small, hand-stitched pieces, which she calls “happy moments.”

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Many quilts in Schweinfurth’s new exhibit tell stories

October 19, 2021

Artwork in the Quilts=Art=Quilts 2021 exhibition cover topics from the personal to the public. ” The annual art quilt exhibit draws entries from around the world.

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Artist Stephen Datz creates vocabulary of found objects

September 12, 2021

Skaneateles artist Stephen Datz’s army of Sirens are made out of debris found while combing beaches.

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Words have new meanings for artist Anna Warfield

September 1, 2021

Artist Anna Warfield’s soft stuffed sculptures reflect her feminist beliefs and weariness at receiving monologues by overconfident men.

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