(716) GAL-LERY

(716) GAL-LERY , Buffalo’s smallest art gallery is located inside the Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery.

(716) GAL-LERY is housed inside a 1950’s wooden phone booth  re-purposed into a contemporary art gallery.  Exhibitions include the use of a vintage payphone which has been re-purposed to  be incorporated into the exhibitions through the use of audio and video.

Old meets new in technology as the payphone is equipped with a usb port so Gallery visitors may charge their cell phones!

The Gallery Gift Shop is a sticker machine filled with artist designed stickers and tattoos. 50 cents buys a portfolio of small art!

The Gallery education department houses artist designed coloring and activity pages for young and young-at-heart patrons.

The Gallery is being programmed by two Buffalo Artists:

A.J. Fries
Leslie Zemsky

(716) GAL-LERY is open for viewing when the Hydraulic Hearth is open.

Inquiries about exhibitions may be directed to LeslieZ@LarkinSquare.com

On Exhibition:

Holiday in the Phone Booth: 2016
November 1, 2016 – January 10, 2017
Hand-painted bar coasters for sale for $20 cash each. Makes a great holiday gift to frame up or just install directly on a wall or use as an ornament. All sales go to the artists, The Hydraulic Hearth will make a matching $20 donation to Harvest House.

Holiday themed stickers in the sticker machine. Complimentary gift wrap and tags available.

Participating artists include: Adam Weekley, A.J. Fries, Betty Leader, Monica Angle, YAMES, Sarah Myers, Tina Dillman, Barbara Baird & Leslie Zemsky

Past Exhibits

The Race Project
August 1 – October 30, 2016
Buffalo Youth Media Institute, a collaboration between Squeaky Wheel and Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology

Grain Elevators
Erin Morris Photography
May 1 – July 31, 2016

Its ridiculous to leave all the conversation to the pudding
Sara Zak
February – April, 2016

Holiday in the Phone Booth
Artist Designed Coasters
December 2015

Torn Space Theater

Still Pictures |Moving Image
Old and new technology merge in the form of historic photos and 3D printed materials in this original exhibition presented by Buffalo based Historic Pictoric.

Sweet Peggy O’Neil
Mickey Harmon
February 1, 2015 – March 30, 2015

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A.J. Fries and Leslie Zemsky
November 14, 2014 – January 30, 2015