Please join Resource:Art and Room Buffalo for a unique pop up exhibition of the work of Kathleen Sherin, which was recently featured in the film "Malaisia". The film will premiere at the North Park at 9:30 pm following the reception at Room Buffalo. Sherin's dynamic monotype prints were chosen to represent the artwork created by one of the main characters of the film. A selection of these works along with film stills from "Malaisia" will be on view.
For his directorial feature film debut, seasoned New York City based producer Mac Cappuccino decided to bring “Malaisia” home to Buffalo. This dark indy comedy features a love triangle with a strange twist, stars Leonardo Santaiti (Allegiant, Sleepless) along with Sarah Baskin (Who Killed Chandra Levy?), and Josh Nuncio (Love Vampires).
Mac Cappuccino is a Lockport native and Canisius High graduate. He held producer roles on a number of feature films including Clown, Arthur Newman, and Aftershock. As a director he also has two music videos to his credit for Young Squire and Tidus which he also brought home to shoot in Western New York.
Kathleen Sherin began to explore printmaking as a MFA painting student at the University of Buffalo and has evolved her unique methods of creating one-of-kind prints since that time.
Her work has been exhibited in many regional and national venues, including the Albright-Knox, Hallwalls, Burchfield-Penney, Pausa Art House and Indigo Gallery in Buffalo; Rochester Contemporary ( Rochester, NY) The Mulvane Museum and Alice C. Sabatini Gallery (Topeka, KS) Gallery Blue (Rochester and Nantucket MA) The Albany Museum of Art, (Albany, GA) Jean Paul Slusser Gallery (Ann Arbor, MI) and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, (Pittsburgh, PA) She has work in public and private collections including the Burchfield-Penney Collection.
Her studio is in the TriMain Building, 2495 Main Street, Buffalo, NY, where she is a resident artist of Buffalo Arts Studio.