Board of Directors
Eileen received a B.F.A.in painting from S.U.N.Y at Buffalo and painted in acrylics and oils for several years. I began showing my photography in the mid 90's. I worked for General Motors and American Axle & Mfg. for 33 years and retired in 2006. I have traveled throughout this country and much of Europe and this has provided many subjects to photograph. I photograph with a painters eye and always look for color, texture and shapes. I am a member of Western New York Artists Group, Buffalo Society of Artists and Carnegie Art Center. And I have a greyhound named Kat."
Tom has always appreciated the arts but has a knack for numbers. As the treasurer he makes sure our organization is current with its finances. From doing the bookkeeping to paying the sales tax each quarter, he can provide the information you need about the organization's financial state.
Dominic V. Ballachino
Dominic has spent a decade working in education in the Western New York area. Presently, Dominic oversees Special Education at Tapestry Charter School in the city of Buffalo. Dominic graduated from Canisius College with a BS in Elementary/Special Education and French. He also holds a Master of Science in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Canisius College. He holds certifications in Special Education, General Education, Foreign Language – French, and TESOL.
Additionally, Dominic's holds a New York State Salesperson license and is happy in supporting his clients to buy and sell homes within the Western New York area.
Dominic is an avid supporter of the arts and the advancement for youth within the Western New York area. He is happy to be on-board wit the Western New York Artists Group to serve as website development and promotion through social media with the gallery.
Jennifer is a mixed media and collage artist. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology and has been an award-winning graphic designer for more than twenty years.
She has been a collector of vintage ephemera for as long as she can recall. Stamps, stock certificates, old letters, anything with beautiful calligraphy or hand-lettering, antique books, interesting photos and post-cards, victorian trade cards, ticket stubs, victorian scrapbooks, cigarette cards, and any assortment of oddities. Now, mostly retired from the corporate world, she has decided to create art with her collections...and the journey begins.
Jen is honored to be an exhibiting member of the Buffalo Society of Artists. She is also an active member of the Western New York Artists Group currently serving on its Board of Directors.
Mary Joy Murphuy