IndicatorArt in Buffalo

IndicatorArt offers in-person workshops in Buffalo, NY, along with our on-line program.

Each year from late June through the end of August, IndicatorArt in Buffalo implements in-person artistic programs at a farm outside of East Aurora, NY, and in various other locations around WNY.

We offer inclusive “front porch” creative workshops and classes in Land Art—where we use natural materials, such as sticks, rocks, and leaves, to create artistic forms.

Each creative workshop culminates in an online art critique or an in-person show at a local venue for family, friends, and the general community. For the online critique, we assemble a panel of professionals in the visual art industry to comment on each piece before opening the conversation up to people in the audience.

We have mentorship opportunities in Painting, where we work with individuals in a more intensive setting on both the creative and business aspects of the craft. The ultimate goal of the mentorship program is to empower our students in the arts by helping to establish them in the local art community on the merit of their work alone.

Note: Participants need to be accompanied by a family member or caregiver for the duration of each class.

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Matthew Palmo
Founder and Director of Online Programming

Upcoming Classes


Students learn a specific process of acrylic painting as they work on the same piece from blank canvas to completion.  Along the way, instructors will introduce aspects of color theory, perspective, and various approaches to paint application, always mindful of each student’s capabilities. 

At the conclusion of the course, the finished paintings will be presented in a public group show or an online art critique for family, friends, and the general community.

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