Paintings, photographs, and other works of art from our talented students.
Many of these works are for sale. In some instances, the original painting is for sale. In others, a high end print reproduction is available. And some pieces offer both the original and prints. If you’re interested in purchasing artwork that is not currently available in our store, contact us for more information.
The Cube of Juan and Other Group Paintings
In our art classes, our students work on an individual painting, as well as collaborative pieces. This collection of group paintings was selected as our first online show because collectively it represents maybe forty or more artists from 2013 to 2018.
From Around the Studio (A Collection of Group Paintings)
These group paintings from our studio in Buffalo, NY, made between 2016 and 2018, house many different ideas, styles, and personalities from many different artists, which have been blended into one cohesive work of art.
From the Essence of Seuss
Each painting in this collection seems to be providing the setting for a magical adventure or creates a certain mood where stories thrive. This gallery represents 16 individual artists from 2014 to 2017.
Thoughts at Dusk (And Other Surreal Landscapes)
Although several paintings in this collection of individual student work give the viewer a sense of happiness, the thru line that connects most of them is how they evoke an emotion of thoughtful reflection.
A Bee’s Garden (And Other Abstract Paintings)
Each artist represented in this gallery worked on his or her painting over the course of six weeks, layering new colors upon existing colors to eventually create a textured and mature art piece.
In a Dream (A Collection of Mystical Paintings)
In this collection of paintings from 2014, 2016, and 2017, our students display images that are mystical and magical, and create the feeling of being in a dream or something imagined.
The Lights Are On (A Collection of Paintings Honoring the Home)
A house or another structure of some sort is the common theme linking the student paintings in this gallery. From this choice in subject matter to the use of bright colors and leading titles, the viewer may experience the characteristics of a strong and healthy home.
Viewing Beach Sounds (A Collection of Nature Photos)
IndicatorArt® photography students adventured all over the Buffalo area with their cameras, including a beach on Lake Erie, a relatively unknown park, and a random Western New York creek, to help to promote the idea that nature in itself is art.
The Eye of Buffalo (Exploring Buffalo, NY, Through Photography)
For this gallery, our students traveled to different locations in Buffalo, NY, including the Botanical Gardens, the waterfront, and the Albright-Knox art gallery. They purposely went off the beaten path at times in order to take a distinctive shot.
Broccoli Texture (Photography Up Close)
Sometimes it’s important to slow down and take notice of the beauty in the small details that collectively create the larger picture. Our students applied this concept by seeking the details of nature while on location at gardens, farmer’s markets, and parks.
Attitude From Nonliving Objects (And Other Interesting Photographs)
In this eclectic gallery, the viewer gets to experience the world through the eyes of the IndicatorArt photographers. In settings that allow for thousands of choices regarding subject matter, it is interesting to consider the choice the individual made for each picture taken.
The Orange and Yellow Woods (A Collection of Individual Student Work)
Some of the paintings in this collection are pure abstract, with bright, unrestrained colors, scrape lines, and heavy textures. Other paintings in this collection are more representational—depicting scenes from nature.
Winter Sun (A Collection of Landscape Paintings)
For many of our students, the landscape is already there in the painting while it is still in its abstract form, waiting to be discovered. For others, the student has a preconceived image of what he or she would like to paint right from the beginning.
Dangerous Machines (And Other Individual Abstract Paintings)
When the viewer spends time with any of the paintings in this collection, it can be like looking at the clouds; images start to appear and everyone’s experience is different. The images that the viewer invents in his or her mind, is most likely unintended by the artist.