A Photographic Celebration of the Erie Canal: Featuring works by F.B. Clench. On view from April 25 through June 6, 2021.
The Lockport Locks Heritage District Corporation, in collaboration with the Kenan Center, presents an exhibit that will trace the life of photographer Frank Bernard Clench and the genesis of photography in the latter part of the 19th Century in upstate New York and Lockport’s Erie Canal. About F.B. Clench’s work.
Lockport photographer Dennis Stierer serves as special consultant in creating and curating the exhibit showcasing examples of early photographic equipment and a collection of F.B. Clench’s work. The second floor of the Kenan House Gallery will include local photographer’s work capturing the Lockport Erie Canal. Local photographers include David Stockton, Kevin Miller, Jeff Tracy, Donna Jordan Dusel & Lee Williams (Pugbully Studio).
Special Event: The Journey from Clay to Bronze: A lecture with Artist Susan Geissler
Taylor Theater Meeting Room on Sunday, May 2 at 2PM. Reservations required. Susan is the designer and producer of the Lock Tenders Tribute Monument of cast bronze sculptures in the Lockport Locks.
Fee is $5 Member l $10 Not-Yet-A-Member.
Please call 716-433-2617 to make a reservation and pay via the phone or stop in the Kenan Center Business Office at 433 Locust St, Lockport, M-F 9am-5pm.
Kenan House Gallery Hours
Monday-Friday, Noon–4PM; Saturday & Sunday, 2-4PM.
Please be advised that the Gallery is closed the following dates during this show:
- Friday, May 7
- Saturday, May 8
- Saturday, May 29
- Sunday, May 30
- Monday, May 31
Appointments are required for all visits. If there are no appointments scheduled for the day, the gallery will be closed. Please call 716.433.2617 to schedule your visit at least 24 hours prior to your visitation. No admission; $5 donation is greatly appreciated.
2021 Gallery Exhibit Sponsors
Grigg Lewis Foundation, Kenan Arts Council, Kenan Quilters’ Guild, M&T Bank, William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel F. Ward
Program funded by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; administered by Arts Services Initiative of Western New York.