Welcome to the Charles E. Burchfield Nature & Art Center website! 


     

For more than 40 years, Charles E. Burchfield lived and painted in Gardenville, an area located in the northern end of the town of West Seneca.  This area is now home to our center, situated on 29 acres of nature trails and woods, wild and cultivated gardens, alongside the banks of the scenic Buffalo Creek. 

Today, people of all ages visit the gallery and grounds of our center to experience art and nature at its best.  Adult and children's classes and activities, gallery exhibitions, festivals and special events means there's something for everyone at our center.

 

Spring Art Show  West Seneca Art Society   

                          April 10-30 -    Opening Reception was held April 10,  7-9  PM
 

May is full of Native American Art, & activities

            May 10-31        Click here for full announcement poster

                        

 

Native Roots Artists Guild Craft Workshops

                                                                    At the Burchfield Nature and Art Center

May 19, 2015, from 6pm – 8 pm    Cost $10.00 - $20.00 per workshop

Come listen to Native artist as they share their native culture and beliefs and explain how they create their art.   Enjoy hands-on activities, taking home your own native craft. All materials are provided.   *Class size limited*      click here for full workshop details

                                                                              click here for May 2015 show poster

           

Tea Party at the BNAC      Saturday, May 30th,  1:PM - 3:PM.

featuring a variety of delicious breads, sandwiches and desserts along with a selection of teas.

LuAnn Gerace from Purrfect Tea & Gift Emporium will give a presentation on the History of High Tea.

The cost of the entertaining afternoon event will be twenty dollars per person. Seating is limited.

Click here for more details


Native American Fire Art Class - Saturday June 6, 2015


Haiku Poetry & Art Classes  -  Sunday, June 7, 2015