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Dec 10,2016 -     Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Watercolor on Wood Panel Workshop with Tom Holt Saturday, December 10 / 12-2pm The Western New York Book Arts Center (WNYBAC) presents Roll The Bones, an exhibition by Tom Holt, on view from November 18th through December 15th, 2016. An opening reception to celebrate the exhibition will be held on Friday, November 18thfrom 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. at 468 Washington St. in Buffalo. This event is free and open to the public. Holt will be leading a free Watercolor on Wood Panel Workshop on Saturday December 10thfrom 12 – 2 p.m. at WNYBAC. Pre-registration is required to participate. In this workshop, participants will each create a small painting on wood panels provided by the artist. This workshop is FREE and all materials are provided. MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: Roll the Bones is an exhibit of new works by Tom Holt, a lifelong skateboarder and artist. As an artist Holt unites his passions by drawing, painting, and applying serigraphy directly onto skateboard decks. Skateboarding is a platform for expression where imagery and symbols customize each board. Holt’s exhibition is a display of his personal works along with a video element highlighting the audio and visual beauty of skateboarding, that contextualizes his 2D and 3D works. Tom Holt is a painter, muralist, and installation artist born in Carmel, N.Y. He received a BS in visual arts at the State University of New York at New Paltz in 2002. That same year, he moved to Buffalo, N.Y., where he became one of the founders of Kamikaze Gallery & Media Center, a live/work space in downtown Buffalo.  


Western New York Book Arts Center
468 Washington Street
Buffalo, New York 14203

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank our funders listed below, for providing support to WNYBAC's ongoing programs taking place throughout Western New York:

NYSCA M & T Art 4 Moore Zenger Group Evans Bank Community Foundation Baird Foundation
Cameron Jane Wendt Foundation StoryGrowing