The new exhibit at Ock Hee's Gallery in Honeoye Falls celebrates the work of husband and wife artists and former teachers, Sylvia Farrer and Philip Bornarth. The collection of watercolor paintings features landscapes from around the country, but some viewers may also pick out familiar scenes from Letchworth State Park, the Genesee River, and Lake Ontario. Bornarth is a retired professor of Rochester Institute of Technology where he taught at the school of art and design. Farrer taught classes at the Memorial Art Gallery.
The display opened October 10 and will run until November 14. Following, Ock Hee will feature its final exhibit, "Winter Harvest," which will run until December 26, when the gallery will close its doors. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, each week from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. The gallery is located at 2 Lehigh Street in Honeoye Falls. Admission is free. Visit ockheesgallery.com for more information.