Visions of Greater Buffalo Photography
Visions of Greater Buffalo invites 50 individuals with unique community perspectives (a veritable "Who's Who" of Western New York) to take up single-use Kodak cameras and share their personal vision of the region. The resulting collection of Buffalo photography has over 350 images taken by visionaries who are truly representative of the arts, business, sports, community service, and faith-based organizations of the Queen City.
Each year, the cameras are submitted to CEPA Gallery, then developed and reviewed by a panel of professionals. The best photograph from each camera is matted and framed for inclusion in a special exhibit that ends with a silent auction featuring all 50 of the selected Visions works. Proceeds from the auction benefit CEPA Gallery's internationally recognized exhibits and events and youth arts education programs.
The Visions of Greater Buffalo Photography Collection
CEPA Gallery is proud to offer over 350 images from this art collection of Buffalo photography, available for sale as individual prints (matting and framing optional) and perfect for corporate offices, public spaces, or even your living room wall.
Prints from the Visions Collection
Perfect for corporate offices and public spaces—or your living room wall—large selections of this Buffalo photography already adorn the halls of M&T Bank
, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership
, and 2421 Main Street
and are AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!
- All photos are pigment-based inkjet prints
- Available as 10x15 (approximate)
- Custom sizes available upon request
PRICE (Print Only): $150.00 each and includes a coupon for 15% off at Avenue Art and Frame
Support Buffalo Photography Through CEPA
Western New York’s most vibrant contemporary photography and visual arts center, CEPA Gallery and Big Orbit serve artists and the artistic practice, engage audiences with exhibits and events of interest, and inform the larger not-for-profit cultural field as to what’s groundbreaking in the visual arts, reaching approximately 300,000 people each year.
As we embark upon our 40th Anniversary season, we are humbled and inspired by the important impact we are able to make in the lives of young people, artists and audiences throughout the nation. Recognized by Michelle Obama with a 2013 National Arts & Humanities Youth Program Award, CEPA’s nationally celebrated community arts programs create opportunities for children throughout Buffalo and Western New York to come together and learn in a unique and supportive arts education environment.
Our art auctions are just one way you can help CEPA continue on this trajectory, meeting the needs of artists and our community with artistic and arts education programming of the highest international caliber and repute.
Other Ways to Support CEPA Today
Back to Art Collection Jean-Michel Basquiat Patricia Layman Bazelon Visions of Greater Buffalo