We got a sneak peak at Canvas Salon & Gallery which is opening their spankin’ new location at 9520 Main Street in Clarence. The salon is the first business to open at Willow Square at the corner of Main Street and Goodrich Road.
According to their website this is Canvas’ mission. “Canvas is a team of practiced stylists who color, cut and treat hair with the instincts of artists and maintain a hunger for continuing to improve their craft. While you’re treated to hair regeneration, you’ll enjoy local art and an atmosphere with carefully curated elements.”
Canvas Salon & Gallery is well-designed space that has industrial design elements of brick, cement floor, and exposed ceiling. Like the name of the business, Canvas is both a salon and a gallery. There is ample wall space that will be utilized to host artwork of regional artists. Ellicottville artist Sean Huntington will be the first artist featured at Canvas, with a exhibition opening slated for March 20.
We will be featuring Canvas Salon & Gallery in an upcoming Discover Main Street video in the upcoming weeks.
Canvas is open five days a week (Tues through Sat.). Visit their website here.
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[…] Canvas Salon & Gallery (9520 Main St.), Dragonfly Studio & Salon (8290 Main St.) McDuffies Bakery (9920 Main St.) and Hayes Seafood House (8900 Main St.) all garnered nominations in two categories. Between their innovative hair creations and regional artists showcasing their talents on the walls, Canvas got notice for Best Instagram Account (CanvasIsColor) and Best Hair Salon. Sarah Mansouri’s relaxing Dragonfly Studio & Salon is nominated for Best Hair Salon and Best Day Spa. The wonderful and delicious McDuffies Bakery is recognized in the Best Bakery and Best Soup categories. Hayes Seafood Market is constantly busy, therefore it’s no surprise they were nominated as Best Seafood and Best Fish Market. […]