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Originally, from Jamaica, W.I., I reside in Rochester, NY. I developed a passion for art after observing another young boy drawing and was amazed by his ability to transfer a young girl’s face to a piece of paper. From that point on I began…
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I arrived to the United States in 1966 from Colombia, South America. I have lived in Rochester since moving from Colombia. I graduated from Monroe Community College and then transferred to SUNY Geneseo for my Bachelors of Science in Special Education. While working in…
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My name is Michelle Guerra.  I have always loved drawing and painting.  I took art courses at Brown and RISD while in college but stopped painting for many years while attending law school, practicing law and raising a family.  Once my children were a…
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At the end of last year, I was thrilled to receive a research grant to create a body of work investigating the technological advancement of fabrication methods. I initially started thinking about this topic in the context of furniture. I was interested in the…
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Working in multiple mediums, I often find it difficult to define what “type” of artist I am. My work draws influence from a variety of domains, including performance art, traditional painting, and new media, however, I would describe myself most closely as a storyteller. …
Katherine Baca-Bielinis
In writing this blog post, I hope to accomplish several things – to speak about the Print Club of Rochester, its history and purpose, to talk about our 89th Members Exhibition and 90th year and to share a little bit of my experience with…
Bradley Butler
For this post, I started out with a plan to talk about our current exhibition, Biblio Spectaculum. It’s an exhibition that we weren’t sure would even happen. The original submission deadline was on March 24—a week after we closed to the public due to…
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Sarah My favorite summer spot in the Finger Lakes region pretty much anywhere I can be out on the water whether it’s on a paddle board or a boat. Most of the time it’s Canandaigua, since Brad and I live just a few minutes…
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In the next post in our series of staff blogs at Main Street Arts we share some of our favorite recipes with you. We hope that this series will give a little insight into who we are, our backgrounds, and our interests. This will…

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