Art Dialogue: An Allentown staple
Some work from Art Dialogue Gallery's current show. Photo from wnyag.com.
In my recent story on the burgeoning Allentown gallery scene in this past Sunday's Spotlight section, I wrote about several neighborhood galleries that are contributing to the so-called "critical mass" that's now developing along Allen Street and a few blocks north and south of it.
In my listing of galleries, meant to be clipped out and carried along by readers interested in taking an impromptu, self-guided gallery crawl, I left out the Art Dialogue Gallery. Though the listing wasn't meant to be comprehensive (and there are a few other spaces that didn't make it in either, for one reason or another), it was a definite oversight. So, to Art Dialogue, a longstanding gallery which hosts all manner of exhibitions -- most notably members shows for the Western New York Artists Group -- my apologies.
At the moment, the gallery is hosting a show of work by David Miller, Michael Tunney, S.J. Christine Walsh and Thomas A. Wolf. It recently closed a much talked-about exhibition of work by Richard and Thomas Kegler, two brothers from a wildly artistic family. And next up, from Aug. 28 to Oct. 2, is the annual exhibition of work by members of the Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society. Check it out.