Robert Ernst Marx

I treasure the studio visits I’ve had the good fortune to conduct since 2013 in my role at Main Street Arts. As a curator, it is incredibly helpful to see work in progress in its natural habitat and to greet artists on their home turf. I’ve enjoyed many hours talking about art and motivations for […]

Laura Minor

My name is Laura Minor. I am an artist and art educator living in Hamburg, NY.  I studied photography at the Fashion institute of Technology and The Visual Studies Workshop. For the past 8 years I have taught elementary art for Buffalo Public Schools.  In my piece Sol, I combine digital and analog photography techniques. I create […]

Emily Levack

In progress photos of the making of Deterioration.

Born and raised in Wisconsin, I have always loved the Midwest landscape and all of the beautiful elements that nature has to offer. I am currently in my final year at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as I earn my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art with an Emphasis in Photography and Imaging. Recently, my work has […]

Kelly Robert

Tight Rope by Kelly Robert

I grew up in Southern California discovering my love for sculpting at an early age. Even so far as finding particular interest in both the figure and abstraction. I received my BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2001 and spent the following years exploring different avenues to support myself as an artist, […]

Joe Ziolkowski

During a time of social, economic and health crisis, the chaos in the midst of the event is taxing. Out of chaos comes periods of order and stability, what comes next is up to the society and the individual. Through great chaos has spawned unprecedented reform and advancements. We are witnessing how actions in one […]

Erica Bapst

To many artists, I would guess that submitting to the Small Works Exhibition would be working under a constraint to keep the piece within the size limitations. In contrast, for me it is more of a permission to expand. Most of my typical work is in the very small scale of jewelry. This also applies […]

Mark Vander Heide

The ceramics studio at Cranbrook

As a child, growing up in Holland, MI, I was an avid drawer, often creating fantastical creatures and the worlds they lived in. It wasn’t until my last year of college, while studying sociology, that I found my way to the ceramics studio and the world of clay, where my art practice is currently rooted. The years […]

MSA Cookbook

pizza ingredients

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 be an ongoing feature that will continue throughout the duration of […]

Meet David Fludd

David Fludd, artist in residence at Main Street Arts during the month of June 2019, is working in one of our two studio spaces on our second floor. We asked David some questions about his work and studio practice: Q: Please you tell us about your background. I currently live and work in New York City.  I have […]