The Nature of Things – 2015

The Gallery at :
Albany Med | The Endocrine Group

1365 Washington Avenue, Suite 300 · Albany · NY 12208

Show Dates: July 24 – October 30, 2015

FEATURING:

Original work by our regional artists covering a broad range of both media and style. This is certainly a “must see” exhibit whether you lean toward realism or abstraction, photography or mixed media.

Put this show on your “To Do” list

The Gallery is open to the public, just walk in and enjoy the more than 80 pieces of art on the walls; the ceramics by Mary LaFleur and Barbara Bravo and the wood working items by Ray Puffer, Warren Stoker, Ken Evans in the showcases.

GALLERY OF ARTISTS

Marty Bannan • Bob Blackmon • Jerry Boehm • Barbara Bravo • Edie Cannizzo • Matthew Chinian • Don Cooper • Ruth Crotty • Roger Dowse • Richard Endres • George Guarino • Harvey Gurien • Dave Higgins • Bud Hovey • Virginia Hoeppner • Pat Hoffmeister • Louann Kupiec • Gary Larsen • Carol Litrides • John Manley • Milton McPherson • Donald Mowat • Nedra Newby • Dorothea Osborn • Jill Peck Vona • Donna Peirce • Dino Petrocelli • Ann Silver Villiard • Peter Sisario • Grace tatara • Jean Thatcher • Max Tiller • Angela Thomas • Gordana Vukovic • Enid Watsky • Jacqueline Watsky • Larry White

The Art de Cure Gallery at AMC The Endocrine Group

Monday – Friday • 8am-5:30pm • open to the public

CONTACT
Gallery coordinator: Jackie Watsky

About Albany Med The Endocrine Group

amc-endocrine-groupThe Endocrine Group manages a wide spectrum of endocrine disorders. Their mission is to provide the best possible care in a cost effective, efficient manner while maintaining a patient friendly, compassionate environment.

ADA-logoEstablishing an Art de Cure Gallery to benefit the American Diabetes Association (ADA), enhances AMC The Endocrine Group’s mission of maintaining a patient friendly environment. Since the gallery opened in April 2010, Art de Cure curates three shows a year and an annual Spring for a Cure event. Through Art de Cure Gallery, The Endocrine Group has given the ADA over $100,000.