We all know that Buffalo is home to some of the most amazing buildings in New York State, but an added feature is some of the most incredible artwork is on the sides of those buildings.

From "Keep Buffalo A Secret" to a mural of The Goo Goo Dolls, anywhere you look around Western New York you are bound to see some amazing artwork adorn the side of a building.

There is a new mural now waiting for you to check out. It is located on the corner of Kenmore Ave and Starlin Ave in Buffalo on the side of Frank's Gourmet Hot Dogs.



Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM 2022
Photo Credit: Dave Fields/TSM 2022
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Another favorite is located at 500 Pearl Street where people can take a photo with Buffalo's favorite food. The Chicken wing.

There are a number of public art murals around Buffalo and Western New York. Most are done by local artists and draw thousands of people every year who snap photos and post about them on social media.

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You can check out some of the coolest public art displays in Buffalo and around the 716 by clicking HERE.

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Gallery Credit: Clay Moden

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Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

Stunning Mural Transforms Oneonta, NY Eyesore Into Eye Candy

A building that the City of Oneonta plans to demolish, and one of Oneonta, NY's biggest eyesores, has been getting a major makeover thanks to artist James R. Mcilroy, owner of Wolfhound Studio which is a tattoo and art studio at 269 Main Street, Oneonta. Mcilroy has been creating murals on the side of the former Oneonta Sales building on the corner of Market St. and Chestnut St. Extension - a building formerly used as storage by the Twelve Tribes group in Oneonta. Now, instead of focusing on the ugliness of this horrible structure, the eye is drawn instead to the beauty of Mcilroy's artwork. Talk about a transformation!

Gallery Credit: James R. Mcilroy, Facebook

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