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An exhibit featuring paintings made by artists with disabilities at The Resource Center is on display through June 2 at RydersCup Coffee shop in Lakewood.
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The exhibit features 12 paintings with a spring theme, as many of the works contain flowers or landscapes. The works were made by people in TRC’s Creations art program. Paintings featured in the exhibit include Daisy (above) by Beatrice Salisbury in the Day Program on Lake Shore Drive in Dunkirk, and Flowers and a Blue Bird (left) by Danette Herrick in the Senior Day Program in Jamestown.
All of the paintings in the exhibit are available for purchase.
RydersCup, located at 28 Chautauqua Avenue, is open from 7:00 to 5:30 Monday to Saturday and from 9:00 to 2:00 on Sundays. The restaurant has hosted a number of exhibits of TRC artists’ works over the years.
“I am grateful to the wonderful people at RydersCup for providing the artists of The Resource Center an opportunity to share their amazing talents with the community,” said Susan Gutierrez, TRC’s art instructor.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
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