“Vessels in Five Dimensions” explores the spatial fluidity between two-dimensional images and three-dimensional forms. Professor Kristen Letts Kovak and Sylvija Singh construct vessels that imply meaning but lessen function. Kovak’s paintings depict forms whose cultural context has been removed or interrupted. Similarly, Singh’s graceful ceramic forms are pieced together with slabs, revealing a collection of gaps affecting their function as vessels. Both artists use the variability of light and individual perception to push the boundaries of height, width, and depth. “Vessels in Five Dimensions” is on view at the Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington, PA, June 2 – July 27.
Susu Kanemoto and Jessica Alpern Brown duo exhibition at UnSmoke Systems
New Works by Su Su and Jessica Alpern Brown
Su Su and Jessica Alpern Brown met at an event in 2017 and bonded over a shared belief that artists’ supporting each other is both powerful and meaningful. This exhibition showcases two contemporary, Pittsburgh-based artists that share a mutual admiration and a space to strengthen one another’s practices.
UnSmoke Systems. 1137 Braddock Ave, Braddock, PA 15104
Gallery Open Hours: June 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, 6 - 9pm Closing Reception: June 30, 12 - 4pm
Ron Korczynski accepted into "Art of State Exhibition" at The State Museum of Pennsylvania
Opening ceremony starts at 1:30 PM and is open to the public June 23, 2019. The gallery opening and refreshments will immediately follow the opening ceremony.
Museum general admission is free for the day.
Art of the State, open to Pennsylvania artists and craftspeople, is an annual juried exhibition held at The State Museum of Pennsylvania. Now in its 52nd year, Art of the State continues to provide an opportunity for both established and emerging Pennsylvania artists to exhibit their work and receive statewide recognition.
Presented by The State Museum of Pennsylvania in association with the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation, Art of the State will award cash prizes for selected entries in the categories of Painting, Work on Paper, Photography & Digital Arts, Sculpture and Craft.
The exhibit runs from June 23 through September 8, 2019.
The annual Hoyt Regional Juried Art Competition will open in the Main Galleries on April 2. More than 447 works were submitted by 147 artists this year. Seventy five works were chosen by juror, Kurt Shaw, a noted Pittsburgh Art Critic.
Pati Beachley in Fiberarts International at Brew House
OPENING – May 31, 2019 – 5:30 -8:30 FIBERART FORUM – June 1, 2019 – 9am to 3:30pm EXHIBITION DATES – May 31 – August 24, 2019 LOCATIONS: Contemporary Craft (2100 Smallman Street) and Brew House Association (711 South 21st Street), Pittsburgh
Fiber art has become a widely celebrated art medium, one that is ever evolving and crosses the boundaries between fine art and craft. The scope of this medium is exemplified by the artworks displayed in, Fiberart International 2019 (FI2019), the 23rd exhibition of contemporary textile art sponsored by the Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh, Inc. FI2019 will feature artworks by 55 artists from the US and abroad. The exhibition will be hosted by two respected Pittsburgh arts organizations: Contemporary Craft and the Brew House Association. Opening receptions and awards ceremonies take place at both locations on Friday, May 31, 2019 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The exhibition is free and open to the public, and will be on view through August 24, 2019.
Fiberart International 2019 records the changing definition of textile art and gives the audience a chance to experience works by a diverse group of artists. Internationally respected artists and exhibition jurors, Sonya Clark and Jane Sauer reviewed more than 1,400 art works submitted by artists from 28 countries and across the United States. They refined the selection to 56 pieces bringing together artists from eight countries and 23 states.
Zach Brown in "Secondary Meanings: Figural Diptychs"
Secondary Meanings: Figural Diptychs May 17th - July 12th Opening: May 17th, 7pm-10pm Second Floor Exhibition Space
ABOUT THE CURATORS STEVEN ALAN BENNETT AND DR. ELAINE MELOTTI SCHMIDT
This year's PoetsArtists exhibition at the Zhou B Art Center is being curated by Steven Alan Bennett and Dr. Elaine Melotti Schmidt and it features figurative diptychs. The multi-panel works of art, usually a diptych or triptych, provides enormous creative opportunities for visual artists because it supplies expansive and varied ways for an artist to speak using juxtaposition, contrast, comparison, expansion, connection and separation. From the Roman Empire to today, artists both known and unknown have used the multi-panel work to make statements that are both subtle and obvious, complimentary and conflicting. The accompanied exhibition will include a catalog of all the artworks exhibited.
ZHOU B ART CENTER
1029 W. 35TH STREET | CHICAGO, IL 60609 | 773.523.0200 INFO@ZHOUBARTCENTER.COM HOURS: MON - SAT, 10 - 5
Lisa Bergant Koi interviewed on Studio Break Podcast
Priya Ahlawat finalist in in the 14th International Art Renewal Center's (ARC) Salon Competition
ARC Salon is considered as the most prestigious competition for Contemporary Realism in the world and this year they received over 4,300 entries from 73 countries.
When talking about competitions and exhibitions dedicated to 21st Century Realism, The International ARC Salon is the largest in the world in terms of entries, and the most diverse in terms of categories and international participation. This makes the International ARC Salon Competition the most influential and far reaching competition for Contemporary Realism in the world, offering over $100,000 in cash awards and international recognition through partnerships with prestigious magazines, galleries and museums, with live exhibitions and a strong online presence.
Multiple AAP members featured in Idea Furnace Retrospective
This exhibition showcases artists of other mediums who have been inspired by glass. Each artist had the opportunity to execute their ideas in glass with the help of an experienced glass artist as a part of Pittsburgh Glass Center’s Idea Furnace program. The Idea Furnace is an experimental design program to connect non-glass artists with glass artists and encourage exploration in other art forms. Nearly 40 artists have participated in the program since it began in 2013.
Artists featured in the exhibition include:
Savannah Schroll Guz
06/07/2019 | 10:00am - 07/29/2019 | 4:00pm
John Eastman organizes local art auction
Silent Auction-Exhibition: June 29th (Saturday) 10:00 AM -- 1:30 PM One Day only. Presented by: Eastman Community Projects (ECP) on behalf of The EastShore Chorale
Auction Location: Concept Art Gallery 1031 South Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15218 Second Floor Gallery Space
The EastShore Chorale, (www.eastshorechorale.com) a choir based in Swissvale, is holding a silent art auction fundraiser on Saturday June 29th, 2019 at Concept Art Gallery in Regent Square Pittsburgh. The proceeds of the art auction help fund the annual budget of the choir, including professional musicians, choir director, rent, performances, and music purchases. The choir budget exists entirely on donations, and proceeds from performances, and fundraisers.
• Exhibition is open to all artists.
• Artists may enter up to two (3) pieces.
• Only 2D work or sculpture suitable for wall display (We will not have pedestals). Freestanding sculptures and or installations will NOT be accepted.
• All 2D work must be presentation ready.
• All 2D work must be suitably wired for hanging, work must be rigidly supported or framed. Wall hung sculptures must have positive hanging devices affixed to the piece.
• Artists are responsible to transport work to and from the Eastmantribe store.
• All submitted work must be hand delivered to: Eastmantribe Store 1035 1⁄2 South Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15218 (next door to Concept Art Gallery and Regent Square Theater.
Pricing of work. The recommended pricing for pieces submitted should not exceed $350.00.
Drop off dates and times are: At Eastmantribe Wednesday June 26th 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday June 27th 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friday June 28th 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
No submissions will be accepted past 2:00 pm on June 28th, 2019. Please refer to calendar. Eastman Community Projects reserves the right to refuse any work submitted.
• Artists work that does not sell at auction must be removed on Saturday June 28th by 3:00 PM. No exceptions. Unsold work will be located in the gallery space at Concept Gallery.
Attached to artwork All works must have a tag attached to the back of your work upon delivery with the following information: Artist Name Contact Info: email and Phone # Title Asking Price Reserve Price
Note: Asking Price is the price that the auction will apply to the bid tag.
Reserve Price is the lowest amount the artist will accept for the piece in a bid. I.E. Artist: John Eastman Title: Abstract # 5 Asking Price $300.00 Reserve Price $150.00
How the auction works: -Artists Submit work and provide an Asking Price and Reserve Price. -Bidding for silent auction works is done by an interested party writing in name and offered price. -Offered price has to either meet or exceed the Reserve Price. -Auction Opens at 10:00 AM and closes at 1:30 PM. -Highest Bidder gets awarded piece -A BUY NOW option is available that enables the buyer to pay the Asking Price immediately and take the art work with them, effectively removing it from further auction. -All work is taken by highest bidder immediately. (There is no storage capability) -The EastShore Chorale splits the final price with the artist. Payments to the artist are made by 2:30 PM on auction day.
Agreement of Entry & Liability:
• Eastman Community Projects, EastShore Chorale, and Eastmantribe reserves the right to reproduce and distribute any images in print and electronic media for a catalogue, publicity, documentation and educational purposes.
• All reasonable care will be taken with artwork. However, Eastman Community Projects, EastShore Chorale, Eastmantribe, and Concept Art Gallery will not be responsible for loss or damage of any work.
Our sincere thanks to Concept Art Gallery for hosting.
Contact Information: John Eastman firstname.lastname@example.org 412 657 1801
Njaimeh Njie debuts public art project "Homecoming: Hill District, USA"
The first part of the project is a series of public art installations that have gone up in the Hill District (more to come this spring)
The “Homecoming” website is a digital archive that houses oral histories, photos, and archival materials that tell a resident-centered narrative of the Hill’s history. This is not a definitive history of the Hill, but it is a look at how individual and family histories can work together to tell a powerful history of a place.
Njaimeh will be wrapping up this process with an artist talk on Thursday, May 30th (6pm) at the Kaufmann Center to talk in more detail about the project, and to honor the folks who contributed to this process..
Member Bill Pfahl teaching Plein Air class at Touchstone
June 8th & 9th
Robert Little Studio
Painting, Drawing & Printmaking
All Levels $15-$45 Materials and Studio Fees*
Find your own vision and enjoy mark making that happens as you respond to painting our amazing world from life! You will learn how to use a viewfinder to find an image in nature and how to simplify a composition into a few color spot shapes. Learn how to correctly see colors in nature and mix actual paint to match the colors you see. Bill will demonstrate what excites him – building the bones of a painting from a few color/value shapes that relate in a strong harmony. Come learn from the best!
*Materials and studio fees are charged to students based on studio usage and materials Touchstone is providing at the request of the instructor. Additionally, some instructors may also require that you bring certain materials and tools with you, in which case a list will be provided. Final cost of these fees will be posted two weeks prior to the workshop to be paid in full at check-in.
Gavin Benjamin first prize winner in AD Art Show 2019
Gavin Benjamin is this year’s winner of AD ART SHOW 2019! MvVO ART, the creator of AD ART SHOW 2019, awarded the Afro-Carribean artist at a swanky cocktail reception inside 3 World Trade Center, just steps away from the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center, where his winning art and more will be shared on the monumental screens inside the stunning shopping destination in NYC’s newly built downtown.
Gavin also explained that his international roster of friends in art school is also his muse. “Being Afro-Carribean and gay, I always went for the creative kind. I was talking to a friend of mine about her life back in Jordan, and it hit me, we’re all heads of state here, representing our families from other places. I’ve seen so much imagery of black folks, and we’re always shown in this light where we are not regal. We are the world, why not own it?”
XPLODIR with Homeless Cop, Lena Dunham, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Abigail Goldman, Hydeon, MC Marquis, Caitlin McCormack, PO NWAR, Sean Morris, Hilda Palafox, Moon Patrol, Jay Riggio, Alex Yanes Opening Friday, May 3rd, 7-10pm Red Truck Gallery New Orleans, LA
Two Members in "Statement Pieces" at Sweetwater Center for the Arts
May 3 - June 7, 2019
Sweetwater Center for the Arts
200 Broad Street
Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143
Opening Reception: Friday, May 3, 6:00-9:00pm
Spring Gallery Walk
The wearable object has a long history of holding strong meaning and communicating specific intention, for both the maker and the wearer. Jewelry art enjoys a unique connection of intimacy with the viewer. These qualities can inherently amplify concept and expression of social awareness, political ideology, gender identity, personal experience, etc. The Statement Pieces exhibition showcases jewelry created not only to wear, but to tell a story, communicate an idea, or to make a statement.
AAP Members showing Liz Sabol, and Mary B Mason
Oreen Cohen solo exhibition "SUADE" at Bunker Projects
Oreen Cohen presents a new installation, taking over the rear Bunker gallery on view through the end of the month.
"Texture, movement, material and process are key elements of my artwork. Most recently my work references natural disasters: floods, wind storms, rain illustrating various forces that cannot be controlled. I attempt to bring viewers closer to the visceral qualities of the natural elements, through a mixed media process that spans the field of sculpture and painting. Often referencing the changing of time from the natural entropic decay of the materials, my work incorporates a “scraper” or “magpie” mentality-constantly foraging for materials."
Cohen grew up between the Rust Belt of the United States and a kibbutz in Northern Israel, currently living and working in Pittsburgh, PA. Her interdisciplinary art practice spans sculpture, painting, drawing, public art, intervention, video performance and community art practices. Oreen received a BFA in Painting at the University at Buffalo and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from Carnegie Mellon University in 2014.
Terri Wolfe Izzo and Constance Merriman in group show at Spinning Plate Gallery
NEXT FRIDAY MAY 3RD FROM 6-9 PM Please enjoy a show of new work by
Michel Demetria Tsouris Terri Wolfe Izzo Constance Merriman and Rita Langas Wilson
At the Spinning Plate Gallery and Artists Lofts which is at the very end of Friendship Ave in East Liberty the Building is bordered by Friendship Ave Baum Blvd and N Euclid St
It is one block from Whole Foods which is on Center Ave. There will be over 100 paintings and photographs in the show
Stephanie Martin solo exhibition "Morphology" at UnSmoke Systems
Morphology, the debut solo exhibition by artist Stephanie Martin, explores the study of forms, shapes, and arrangement of parts of organisms in order to determine their function, development, and how they have been shaped by evolution. Here, Martin exhibits biomorphic expressionistic forms using low fire stoneware and ink drawings. The forms represent new worlds that range from a cellular level to a macroscopic planetary scale. The fabricated ecosystems are a representation of her perceptions and experiences of life familiar to Earth and yet an entirely new place. As an abstract reflection of biological forms within alternating scales, Martin's work focuses on dualities present in life and utilizes comparisons of attraction and repulsion. The overall processes involved with clay and ink drawings are a significant part of her practice, as they function as a way to express and reflect on personal experiences. She wants others to experience an evoked sense of living from these crafted worlds. In effort to achieve a symbiotic biomorphic form, Martin creates ecosystems implementing a variety of techniques with carving and drawing different textures, building hollow forms, implementing a variety of line work, and layering colors. These combinations of process take on a new life and evolve throughout her artistic practice.
Seth Clark in group exhibition at Gallery 19 Chicago
The Modernist Landscape
May 3rd-June 28th 2019
Artist: Christopher Burke, Seth Clark, and Andrea Jensen
Opening Friday, May 3rd, 6-9pm May 3rd - June 28th Gallery 19 Chicago, IL
Brian Seasak in "Flora" at Midwest Center for Photographer
MAY 3 - MAY 31, 2019
RECEPTION - FRIDAY, MAY 31, 7 - 9 P.M.
During the spring season of renewal we celebrate plant life in all its forms. FLORA will feature photographs from a spectrum of plant life and flowers that are grown and appreciated in our lives. Flowers in full bloom, or the simple emergence of a blossoming plant is a renewal for the senses after the long winter. An innate aesthetic appreciation is stimulated through the act of gazing at the fascination of flowers and plant life, and capturing this sensation through photography fulfills our universal quest for beauty. All photographic interpretations are featured; images of flowers and plants from subtle to bold, whether captured through still-life photography or through exploration of nature photography approaches.
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 5, 2-5 p.m. ••••• Tina Williams Brewer Maritza Mosquera Alison Zapata
Celebrate with us. ••••• Stop by during the opening and meet the artists. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – LIGHT FARE AND BEVERAGES ••••• SHOW CONTINUES THROUGH June 23, 2019 Artwork can be seen by appointment after opening date. www.eastside-gallery.com 412.465.0140
Hisham Youssef in group show "Wide Open" in Brooklyn
WIDE OPEN 10 is our tenth spectacular juried show on this theme, and will be on exhibit May 11 – July 7, 2019.
Our juror is Ylinka Barotto,Assistant Curator at the Guggenheim Museum.
$3000 Cash Awards will be presented at the opening reception on May 11, 2019.
Ours is a truly unique gallery – a massive Civil War‐era warehouse on the Red Hook waterfront in Brooklyn, NY. Its generous space affords us the opportunity to exhibit large work, and we welcome it. BWAC’s curators for WIDE OPEN 10, Kenneth Jackson and Isabella Glaz, will be using 8,000 square feet for this show, and will be exhibiting artwork from all around the country; work in all sizes, and subjects, and media.
Gallery Exhibition Dates: Saturday May 11 – Sunday July 7, 2019, weekends 1‐ 6 P.M. Opening Reception: Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 1‐ 6 P.M.
WQED doc features members Jo-Anne Bates, Dee Briggs, Lori Hepner, and Gloria Stoll Karn
THURSDAY, APRIL 25 8:00PM WQED
The Documentary VISIBLE features five innovative, creative, and ground-breaking visual artists from Western PA. In the documentary, the artists showcase their work and share stories of the rewards and challenges of being a woman in their field.
Four AAP members are featured: Jo-Anne Bates, Dee Briggs, Lori Hepner, and Gloria Stoll Karn.
Member Patricia Sheahan Collaborates on Window Display at Brewhouse
Patricia collaborated with S&J Décor of Greensburg to create this display titled, Just Another DADA Day, using antiques, found items, hand painted items, repurposed window, signage.
The display is on view at the Brewhouse Association.
Tyler Stanton Solo Exhibition
A second-year Master of Fine Arts graduate student at Indiana University ofPennsylvania originally from Meadville will be featured in a solo art show in Pittsburgh, which is curated by three of his IUP classmates. A collection of 13 pieces by IUP student and AAP Member, Tyler Stanton, will be featured at Artists Image Resource, 518 Foreland St., Pittsburgh from April 23 to 26. A closing reception at the gallery is April 26 at 7:30 p.m.
The reception is free and open to the community. Stanton’s furniture has been exhibited both locally and nationally, including at the 2016 International Wood Fair in Atlanta, Georgia. His study at IUP is focused on woodworking.
Andrew Allison in "Public School" group exhibition
Group art exhibition featuring a range of multidisciplinary artists of Pittsburgh 810 Ravine Street, currently a live-in studio and gallery space owned and operated by Zach Brown, has a long history of use, including at one point as a schoolhouse. Join the Public collective for their first day school. Class is currently in session.
Opening night is Friday May 10th. Closing ceremony is Sunday May 26th.
AAP exhibiting member: Andrew Allison.
Andrew Allison Angelica Marks Chen Li Derek Peel Frances Mulheran Jameelah Platt Jasen Bernthisel Morgan Z. Will Robert Weaver Sam Smith Stephen Grebinski Vania Evangelique
Sharon Massey solo exhibition
Pathways features a selection of vibrant works by jeweler, metalsmith and enamelist Sharon Massey. The exhibiting work reveals connections and patterns between people that are invisible or under appreciated.
Meant to invoke thoughts of boundaries, networks, and connections, Massey created enameled steel pieces in her exhibition that represent common man-made patterns, such as masonry, roadways, nets, and fences, seen in every day life. By highlighting the micro and macro scale of these patterns and motifs, Massey’s work explores these markings and their effects on how we exist within this world and how we communicate in person and online, locally and globally.
CC’s BNY Mellon Satellite Gallery is located at 500 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (in the Lobby of the Steel Plaza T-Station at Oliver Street and Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh). This exhibit is opened daily through midnight and is also free to the public.
Photo featured: Sharon Massey. Supply Chain, 2018, enamel on steel. Each piece is 8″ x 10″. Photo: Sharon Massey.
On view through May 5th!
Sharon will give a short artist talk at 6pm on Friday, April 26. Here is a link to the event:
From April 16th to May 17th painted and folded paper artist, Andrew Ooi, returns to BoxHeart with his most sculptural exhibition to date, Genarcha, and found photo collage artist, John Belue, presents re-contextualized objects, emotions, and sensations in Prized Possession. Join us for the #artparty with Andrew Ooi and John Belue on Saturday, April 27th, from 5-8pm.
Alexandra Lakin shows in group exhibition "Limbic Songs"
Group Show: Limbic Songs Curated by Cotter Luppi Real Eyes Gallery, North Adams, MA May 4 - 26, 2019 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 4-7pm
Amy DiMichelle solo exhibition "HOLD ME" at Crafton School of the Arts
Saturday, April 13 at The Crafton School of the Arts. Opening reception is from 7:00 - 10:00 pm.
142 Noble avenue 15205 Crafton, Pennsylvania
“HOLD ME” consists of 2D artworks that embrace life’s moments by holding onto faith, hope, love, and each other every single day. Work will be on display at the gallery until May 25.
Gallery hours: 7 days a week; noon -7:00 pm
Cory Bonnet P.H.L.F Lecture - Thurs. Apr. 11
The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation (PHLF) will be hosting artist Cory Bonnet for a lecture on Thursday Apr. 11th from 6-7:30pm.
Landmarks Preservation Resource Center 744 Rebecca Avenue, Wilkinsburg, PA 15221
Through a series of false starts, stubbornness and a focus on incremental improvement, Pittsburgh painter Cory Bonnet found himself in a unique position of telling the story of preservation and sustainable building through painting. One of the main goals of his work is to develop a sense of belonging and community, he says, connecting people to their built environment and helping them understand their place in the continuing history of neighborhoods. Preservation, he contends, helps show how people in the past contributed to creating neighborhoods and a sense of identity and the idea that people are a part of the bigger picture.
About the presenter: Cory Bonnet is a Pittsburgh oil painter and preservationist who paints contemporary nostalgic scenes of Pittsburgh and the surrounding area using salvaged and reclaimed materials. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Named the “2017 Preservationist of the Year,” by the Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh, Bonnet was recently profiled in the winter issue of Preservation Magazine.
This lecture is FREE to the public. RSVPs are appreciated: email@example.com or 412-471-5808 ext. 527
"City Home" features two AAP members
Friday, May 3, 6pm–9pm
Works by Michel Tsouris, Constance Merriman, Rita Wilson, and Terri Wolfe Izzo.
AAP members included in the exhibition are Constance Merriman and Terri Wolfe Izzo.
Spinning Plate Gallery
5281 Baum BLVD. Pittsburgh, PA 15206
"Sister Wendy Beckett: Envisioning Art" features several AAP artists
Please join us for the opening reception of "Sister Wendy Beckett: Envisioning Art", Curated by Graham Shearing. AAP artists showcased include: Zach Brown, Seth LeDonne, & Christopher Ruane.
Opening Reception: 3/21/19 from 4-6pm at Harlan Gallery, Seton Hill University Art Center, 207 W Otterman St., Greensburg, PA 15601.
Noted Pittsburgh art dealer and art critic Graham Shearing, who curated the show, describes it as follows:
“How did a nun capture the imagination of the public simply through an enthusiastic contemplation of art? And through the unlikely medium of television?
This exhibition suggests that she found the spiritual not only in religious art, but in other, unlikely sources. Here, a collection of art from public and private collections, and the work of living artists, reveals diverse visions of the spiritual. This may require hard looking, which was the practice of this nun, following the precept of the Victorian critic, John Ruskin: ‘To see clearly,’ he observed, ‘is poetry, prophecy, and religion, – all in one.’
Sister Wendy died late last year in a convent in England, but the shock in a full black habit standing purposefully in front of a canvas by Mark Rothko, in a video here, hopefully will give visitors pause for thought, and keep her memory alive.
Looking at art is an exercise in divination: an exercise open to all. Take the rough with the smooth.”
BLOOM! New works by Cara Livorio
B(L)OOM! Explosive Floral Expressions A series of new paintings by artist, Cara Livorio
Nicole Czapinski and Derek Reese show in "Multiple Universes" at the Brewhouse
Highlighting new works by Brew House Association’s Artists-in-Residence, Multiple Universes explores both familiar as well as foreign and unseen worlds. Finding inspiration in the digital and physical realms surrounding us, featured artists utilize a wide range of materials and processes to create artworks as varied as they are themselves. Yet despite their distant points of origin, threads connect through parallel planes and portals begin to take shape, transporting viewers between unlikely connections and ideas.
Artists include: Casey Connelly Nicole Czapinski Juan José Fernández Anthony Gima Michael Hull Jordana McCallen Derek Reese
The exhibition runs April 4 - May 19, 2019. Gallery Hours Thursdays 2pm - 7pm. Fridays 11am - 4pm. Saturdays 11am - 4pm and by appointment
Opening Reception: April 4th, 6-8pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Patrick Schmidt invited to show in The Other Art Fair
Member Brian Sesack particpates in S.A.M.A's 2018 Biennial
SAMA CELEBRATES PENNSYLVANIA'S TALENTED ARTISTS WITH BIENNIAL 2018
Loretto - Every two years, the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art celebrates Pennsylvania’s artists with its juried invitational exhibition, the Biennial. This fall, SAMA-Loretto continues the tradition with Biennial 2018. Attracting a diverse array of talents, the exhibition features juried work in many media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, photography and fine crafts.
Brian Sesack has two photographs in the exhibition: Snow Fence (pictured above), and Canyon Trail.