Gloversville, NY – The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is proud to unveil its 2019 Winter Art Show. This show features works of a variety of media and themes made by artists from across the state of New York and beyond, including those from New York City, West Virginia and Rhode Island. It will hang from now until March 26.

More than 40 artists are displaying 123 pieces in this show. The featured artists include Amy Andujar, Deborah Angilletta, Jeffrey John Ardizzone, Kathryn Bartscht, Linda Biggers, Tiina Bockrath, Joshua Brooks, Bob Buck, Paul Chapman, Kaylob Chenaille, Donald Cooper, Francis Dempsey, Ron Dennis, Susan DeVan, Bob Fisher, Katey Germain, Deborah Handy, Carol M. Hesselink, Nancie Johnson, Andre Jones, Carl Jurica, Marion Kratky, Leena Kutti, Garlyn MaGinnis, Greg Maklae, L. Paul Masto, Sharon Miller, Edward Mills, Lisa Minnich, John Morrette, Paul M. Murray, Lynda Mussen, Lynda Naske, Chip Perone, Sandra Peters, Joanne Petrozzi-Jones, Amanda Sarullo, Maria Simone, Paul Steenburgh, Paul Valovic, David Waite, Sean Walmsley, Gerald Wein and Linda Wilkinson.

Through the generous support of donors, the Nigra Arts Center is able to offer awards and prizes to outstanding submissions in this show. These awards will be announced at the public opening and Meet the Artists Reception, where the greater public is invited to view the show, on Thursday, January 24, from 6-8 p.m. Attendees of the reception will receive free admission to the gallery. The public is also welcome to view the show throughout its run. The regular gallery admission fee is $5. Members of the Nigra Arts Center, children under the age of 18 and participating artists are admitted for free.

The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is located at 2736 State Highway 30 in Gloversville. For more information about this show or the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, call (518) 661-9932 or visit

About the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts:

The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is a beautiful, year-round arts center open to the community. It houses premium art venues, hosts fun family events and provides educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Nigra Arts Center was founded in 2015 by Lexington, a chapter of The Arc New York, an accredited, award-winning provider of disability services, whose employees work tirelessly to support people with disabilities and believe that every person can achieve success and fulfillment.