Art is everywhere

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Art is everywhere

Alternative venues open up new audiences for local artists
Rochester Hotel has an ever-changing array of local and regional art, like the photography of Sonya Johnson, whose work is on display with fellow photographers Yvonne Lashmett and MaryAnne Nelson.
Dan Groth looks at a painting by Scott Dye during Dye’s June opening at the Lost Dog. The Main Avenue bar is one of many local venues that give local artists a way to introduce their work to new audiences.
Eno owner Alison Dance maintains a rotating display of abstract artists such as Bradley Kachnowicz, who spoke with Dan Olson during Kachnowicz’ solo display this summer at the wine and coffee bar on East Second Avenue.

Art is everywhere

Rochester Hotel has an ever-changing array of local and regional art, like the photography of Sonya Johnson, whose work is on display with fellow photographers Yvonne Lashmett and MaryAnne Nelson.
Dan Groth looks at a painting by Scott Dye during Dye’s June opening at the Lost Dog. The Main Avenue bar is one of many local venues that give local artists a way to introduce their work to new audiences.
Eno owner Alison Dance maintains a rotating display of abstract artists such as Bradley Kachnowicz, who spoke with Dan Olson during Kachnowicz’ solo display this summer at the wine and coffee bar on East Second Avenue.
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