Rock on, Buffalo! Or, in other words, “Ashley Feeling Crafty” does Buffalo and Western New York artwork on rocks, and they are cool! From Holiday Valley ski resort to the historic Buffalo grain elevators, Ashley Reinhard is an artist who can custom paint you a Buffalo scene on a strong rock for your garden or […]Read more "Beautiful Buffalo artwork on rocks"
Mary Krawczyk takes balloons and makes them into the coolest things, like Elmo from Sesame Street or a giant snowman. If you’d like her to make balloon designs for you, email her at email@example.com or call 716-864-5831. She’s beautiful Buffalo’s best balloon designer!Read more "Buffalo’s best balloon designer Mary Krawczyk"
If you want spectacular views of Buffalo from high up in the air, go to the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino and drive your car up to the top of the parking garage. Then, get your iPhone out, use the Pano setting (panorama) and take pics like these for fun! Great views…Read more "Panorama views from atop Buffalo Casino"
Tim Horton was a hockey player back in the day. He played for the Buffalo Sabres in the 1970s and died in a car crash. His little doughnut and coffee shop ended up turning into a big chain that has many stores in the U.S. and Canada, and Buffalo seems to be Timmy Ho’s best […]Read more "Unique Tim Hortons HarborCenter Buffalo pays tribute to legendary hockey player"
Buffalo, New York is in Erie County, one of New York State’s largest and most prosperous counties. Its 175th annual Erie County Fair in 2014 hit record attendance. 1,220,000 people attended the 12 day summer event, which featured local art on display, farm animals, rides, music concerts, demolition derbies, shopping, carnival acts, dancing, comedy, food and plenty more! […]Read more "Photos from Buffalo’s Erie County Fair"
Janet’s Meadows Floral Designs creates lasting reminders of people’s good times. Need a hat for church or catching people’s attention at a party? Janet’s got some bold, fun creations, like the purple creation atop LisaAnn’s head at “Taking It To The Streets” in Buffalo. Meanwhile, Janet also creates corsages, bouquets, center pieces, window displays and more. […]Read more "Janet Meadows turns her creative skills into a design business"
When you think of Buffalo, New York, think about more than just snow and football…north, east and south of the city and its suburbs, you’ll find farm after farm after farm. The agriculture industry is alive and well in Western New York, with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables growing in the rich, Lake […]Read more "Growing grapes near Buffalo, New York"
Thousands–yes thousands–of people have enjoyed seeing and playing the dozen pianos out around Buffalo, NY, this summer. With that in mind, BeautifulBuffalo.com presents a slideshow of Pianos In Public Buffalo pictures. Maybe you or someone you know is in one of the pics?! If you take pics at the pianos and want to upload them […]Read more "Pianos in Public Buffalo Pictures"
I am thoroughly impressed with Bernice Radle. She is one of Buffalo’s Young Preservationists, rehabbing old buildings so they can be used again rather than demolished. Hear her talk about it here: The Buffalo Young Preservationists (BYP) are a large community of youthfully enthusiastic individuals from a wide cross section of disciplines. Members range from […]Read more "Preservation is sexy"
Enjoy these nice pictures of Buffalo sunsets at the city’s waterfront near the Erie Basin Marina and Canalside. –Mark WeberRead more "Buffalo sunsets at the waterfront"
Delaware Avenue in downtown Buffalo is a nice looking street, with a mix of businesses, homes, churches, shops and more. Each summer, the Taste of Buffalo happens on Delaware Avenue, where dozens of local restaurants serve up samplings of their delectable offerings. Hundreds of thousands attend, and it’s a good time. Here are some pictures […]Read more "Delaware Avenue in downtown Buffalo f/Taste of Buffalo"
For a spiritually depressed person, he or she needs to go back to where they came from in order to reignite their fire. Imagine, for instance, the moment you were baptized, or “saved,” or whatever it is you experienced that brought you new life…the same goes for cities. What made a once great city great? […]Read more "City of Night Buffalo"
I am quite impressed with the Buffalo area’s passion for art. Most people assume Greater Buffalo is a drab, concrete wasteland, when, in reality, the arts– from paintings to music– liven up the place.Just a little north of the city, you’ll find the Erie Canal and the “Twin Cities” of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda. Right […]Read more "River Art Gallery & Gift Shop"
Alex Heringer is a living example of the American Dream fulfilled. Born in the former Soviet Union, Alex eventually ended up in his family’s home country of Germany around the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall. As a teen, Alex became a professional soccer player in Germany. One day at a bus stop […]Read more "Re:think Buffalo: Alex Heringer"
The Beautiful Buffalo region is home to the Niawanda Park Pavilion rental, a decent place for a small wedding reception or business meeting, in style, with a sweeping view of the mighty Niagara River and Grand Island. Complete with a commercial kitchen, the City of Tonawanda Pavilion looks like it can fit about 120 people […]Read more "Niawanda Park Pavilion"
Dug’s Dive is a nice place to eat on the Buffalo waterfront– for seafood, burgers, beer and more. Try their sweet potato fries– they’re right on. It has indoor and outdoor seating, with a great view of one of Buffalo’s many marinas, aka the “Small Boat Harbor.” Need to find the place? It’s at 1111 […]Read more "The Buffalo Waterfront and Dug’s Dive"
Buffalo’s Larkin Square is the place to be for lunch, dinner, or just loungin’ around…Read more "Larkin Square Buffalo"
Direct link: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/buffalo-city-hall-from-lafayette-square-mark-weber.html Buffalo City Hall in black and white, from Lafayette Square, as artwork by Mark Weber. Enjoy!Read more "Buffalo City Hall artwork"