A look back at this year's most significant art shows.
'In God's House' photo gallery at ArtRage focuses on European churches.
Shoppers can find pottery, paintings and more at local shops and fairs.
Angela Fraleigh's Everson show modernizes 16th- and 18th-century styles.
"Diversity" at Edgewood lives up to its name.
Art Rage's civil rights-inspired gallery includes CNY ties.
"About Prints" at Syracuse's Shaffer Art Building unique designs on various types of material.
Abstract and figurative styles converge at Manlius Public Library.
Utica exhibit hosts Steve McCurry’s memorable images from around the globe.
Area galleries promise diverse showcases that will challenge viewers.
"Vistas Cubanas" displays the beauty of Cuba in photos and sculptures.
New curator D.J. Hellerman mines the Everson Museum’s vast collection for upcoming shows.
Fiber and clay pieces make up the 2016 Everson Biennial art show.
"In Poor Taste" gives a whole new meaning to GMO food.
Plein air paintings headline show at Edgewood.