Past Exhibitions


2019

Beyond My Intentions   Works by AAP member Mary Dorfner Hay  Feb 2019 - May 2019 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA

Beyond My Intentions

Works by AAP member Mary Dorfner Hay

Feb 2019 - May 2019
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall
Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA

RARE AS A WINTER RAINBOW  105th E 8th Ave, Homestead, PA 15120  Solo exhibition with work by Zachariah Szabo.  May-June 6, 2020.   Media: Homestead 1st Fridays

RARE AS A WINTER RAINBOW
105th E 8th Ave, Homestead, PA 15120

Solo exhibition with work by Zachariah Szabo.

May-June 6, 2020.

Media: Homestead 1st Fridays

2019 New Member Exhibition   May 11–June 30, 2019   Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media   Featuring the work of Karen Antonelli, Allison Blair, Cory Bonnet, Eric Charlton, Kevin Clancy, Thommy Conroy, Matthew Constant, Dennis Doyle, Dan Droz, Tara Fay, Kylie Ford, Adrienne Grafton, Hannah Harley, Megan Herwig, Christopher Hofmann, J Houston, Selena Hurst, Tressa Jones, Alyssa Kail, Ignacio Lopez, Karen Lue, Stephanie Martin, Paul Mullins, Brent Nakamoto, Njaimeh Njie, Joe Perry, Cassandra Pfaff, Justin Pope, Allan Rosenfield, John Sanders, Rachel Saul Rearick, Tyler Stanton, Sarah Tancred, and Annie Weidman.  The exhibition was curated by  Transmitter Gallery .

2019 New Member Exhibition

May 11–June 30, 2019

Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media

Featuring the work of Karen Antonelli, Allison Blair, Cory Bonnet, Eric Charlton, Kevin Clancy, Thommy Conroy, Matthew Constant, Dennis Doyle, Dan Droz, Tara Fay, Kylie Ford, Adrienne Grafton, Hannah Harley, Megan Herwig, Christopher Hofmann, J Houston, Selena Hurst, Tressa Jones, Alyssa Kail, Ignacio Lopez, Karen Lue, Stephanie Martin, Paul Mullins, Brent Nakamoto, Njaimeh Njie, Joe Perry, Cassandra Pfaff, Justin Pope, Allan Rosenfield, John Sanders, Rachel Saul Rearick, Tyler Stanton, Sarah Tancred, and Annie Weidman.

The exhibition was curated by Transmitter Gallery.

Homeograph    June-July 2019   The Union Hall  2216 Penn Ave, Fl 2nd Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 15222   Homeograph , a word that shares the same form but has different meaning. the show reaches towards unifying themes of the reconceptualization, deconstruction, and redefinition of utility and history in the works of  Mary Dorfner Hay ,  Melissa Riggatire , and  Crystal Latimer.  With the combined forces of the artists, AAP, and the Union Hall;  Homeograph  reconsiders time, events, and space and allows it to be viewed through divergent angles.  Curated by Andrew Hefner and Shelby Ciarallo.

Homeograph

June-July 2019

The Union Hall
2216 Penn Ave, Fl 2nd Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 15222

Homeograph, a word that shares the same form but has different meaning. the show reaches towards unifying themes of the reconceptualization, deconstruction, and redefinition of utility and history in the works of Mary Dorfner Hay, Melissa Riggatire, and Crystal Latimer. With the combined forces of the artists, AAP, and the Union Hall; Homeograph reconsiders time, events, and space and allows it to be viewed through divergent angles.

Curated by Andrew Hefner and Shelby Ciarallo.


Vessels in Five Dimensions    June 2–July 27, 2019  IRON GATE GALLERY,  TOUCHSTONE CENTER FOR CRAFTS    Touchstone Center for Crafts  is hosting two Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Exhibitions in the summer of 2019. Both exhibitions will take place at the Iron Gate Gallery, and are juried and curated by Lindsay Ketterer Gates, Executive Director of Touchstone and Travis Winters, Programs Manager at Touchstone.   Vessels in Five Dimensions  is a duo exhibition between  Kristen Letts Kovak  and  Silvija Singh .

Vessels in Five Dimensions

June 2–July 27, 2019

IRON GATE GALLERY, TOUCHSTONE CENTER FOR CRAFTS

Touchstone Center for Crafts is hosting two Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Exhibitions in the summer of 2019. Both exhibitions will take place at the Iron Gate Gallery, and are juried and curated by Lindsay Ketterer Gates, Executive Director of Touchstone and Travis Winters, Programs Manager at Touchstone.

Vessels in Five Dimensions is a duo exhibition between Kristen Letts Kovak and Silvija Singh.

Barely Breathing    July 24-August 23, 2019  Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 100 43rd St, Unit 107   AAP presents  Barely Breathing , the 2019 Emerging Curator Exhibition. Curated by Vania Evangelique, the exhibition explores the relationship between individuals and nature and how that relationship is represented in art. The exhibition features the work of  Ashley Cecil ,  J Houston ,  Kristen Letts Kovak ,  Corrine Jasmin ,  Natiq Jalil ,  Stephanie Martin , and  Elizabeth Rose .

Barely Breathing

July 24-August 23, 2019

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh
100 43rd St, Unit 107


AAP presents Barely Breathing, the 2019 Emerging Curator Exhibition. Curated by Vania Evangelique, the exhibition explores the relationship between individuals and nature and how that relationship is represented in art. The exhibition features the work of Ashley Cecil, J Houston, Kristen Letts Kovak, Corrine Jasmin, Natiq Jalil, Stephanie Martin, and Elizabeth Rose.

 

Mutual Understanding

August 2-September 30, 2019

Touchstone Center for Crafts
1049 Sr2003, Farmington, PA 15437

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is working with the Touchstone Center for Crafts to host an exhibition. This exhibition showcases the work of Judith Musser and Adrienne Heinrich, curated by Jen Panza. On view August 2 - September 30. Opening reception August 4th, 2:00-5:00PM at Touchstone.

 

2018

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EARTH PT. 2    November, 2018 - February, 2019 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA    Artist Talk: Wednesday, January 23rd, 5:30pm–7:00pm.

EARTH PT. 2

November, 2018 - February, 2019
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall
Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA

Artist Talk: Wednesday, January 23rd, 5:30pm–7:00pm.

OFF THE WALL    December 1– December 29, 2018  FrameHouse & Jask Gallery  100 43rd St., Pittsburgh, PA  Opening: Saturday, December 1st, 6:00pm–9:00pm.  Juried and curated by Jill Larson,  Off the Wall  features the work of 39 artist members. All artwork is priced at $500 and under, with the majority of the work priced under $300. Upon purchase of a work, visitors are invited to take their work ‘off the wall.’

OFF THE WALL

December 1– December 29, 2018
FrameHouse & Jask Gallery
100 43rd St., Pittsburgh, PA

Opening: Saturday, December 1st, 6:00pm–9:00pm.

Juried and curated by Jill Larson, Off the Wall features the work of 39 artist members. All artwork is priced at $500 and under, with the majority of the work priced under $300. Upon purchase of a work, visitors are invited to take their work ‘off the wall.’

Object/Oggetto   December 7 - December 28th, 2018   Gallery One | Collective Works  4106 Howley St Juried & Curated by Graham Shearing  AAP will be bringing the fall 2018 exhibition recently featured at Red Brick Gallery to Gallery One Collective Works in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The exhibition features the work of Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh, and it is curated by Graham Shearing.

Object/Oggetto

December 7 - December 28th, 2018

Gallery One | Collective Works
4106 Howley St
Juried & Curated by Graham Shearing

AAP will be bringing the fall 2018 exhibition recently featured at Red Brick Gallery to Gallery One Collective Works in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The exhibition features the work of Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh, and it is curated by Graham Shearing.

The End    October 4 – 27, 2018  FrameHouse & Jask Gallery  100 43rd Street, Pittsburgh, PA Juried & Curated by Fred Blauth  The End is an Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition featuring artworks that reflects on ideas of when something ends, stops, or ceases to exist. The AAP artists featured in the exhibition are John Belue, Zachary Brown, Kathleen Kase Burk, Seth Clark, Tyler Gaston, Gil Gorski, Seth LeDonne, Adam Linn, Tracey Parker, Aaron Regal, David Stanger, Su Su, Zachariah Szabo, William D. Wade, and Lauren Wilcox. The opening reception is Thursday, October 4th from 7pm to 9:30pm, a curator-led tour and artists talks will be on Saturday, November 10th from 2-4pm, and the show runs through Friday, November 16th.  FrameHouse & Jask hours are Tuesdays–Fridays, 11am–7pm and Saturdays 10am–4pm.

The End

October 4 – 27, 2018
FrameHouse & Jask Gallery
100 43rd Street, Pittsburgh, PA
Juried & Curated by Fred Blauth

The End is an Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition featuring artworks that reflects on ideas of when something ends, stops, or ceases to exist. The AAP artists featured in the exhibition are John Belue, Zachary Brown, Kathleen Kase Burk, Seth Clark, Tyler Gaston, Gil Gorski, Seth LeDonne, Adam Linn, Tracey Parker, Aaron Regal, David Stanger, Su Su, Zachariah Szabo, William D. Wade, and Lauren Wilcox. The opening reception is Thursday, October 4th from 7pm to 9:30pm, a curator-led tour and artists talks will be on Saturday, November 10th from 2-4pm, and the show runs through Friday, November 16th.

FrameHouse & Jask hours are Tuesdays–Fridays, 11am–7pm and Saturdays 10am–4pm.

Object/Oggetto   October 5–November 11, 2018 Red Brick Gallery, 17 Main Street, Foxburg, PA  Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) in partnership with the Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts (ARCA) presents   Object/Oggetto  , an exhibition juried and curated by Graham Shearing, examining the interpretation and re-presentation of the object in contemporary art. The exhibition features the work of AAP members Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh.

Object/Oggetto

October 5–November 11, 2018
Red Brick Gallery, 17 Main Street, Foxburg, PA

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) in partnership with the Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts (ARCA) presents Object/Oggetto, an exhibition juried and curated by Graham Shearing, examining the interpretation and re-presentation of the object in contemporary art. The exhibition features the work of AAP members Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh.

106th Annual Exhibition   September 15 – October 27, 2018  2708 Sidney Street, Pittsburgh, PA  Juried & Curated by Taras Matla, University of Maryland Art Gallery  The Annual Exhibition is open and free to the public. Gallery hours are 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Tuesdays - Saturdays.

106th Annual Exhibition

September 15 – October 27, 2018

2708 Sidney Street, Pittsburgh, PA

Juried & Curated by Taras Matla, University of Maryland Art Gallery

The Annual Exhibition is open and free to the public. Gallery hours are 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Tuesdays - Saturdays.

BFA Photography Faculty Exhibition    August 21 – October 25, 2018 Tomayko Gallery Point Park University, Lawrence Hall    BFA Photography Faculty Exhibition,   juried and curated by Jeff Jarzynka, features work by Karen Antonelli, Aaron Blum, April Friges, Hannah Harley, Christine M Lorenz, Ben Schonberger, Jessica Steigerwald, and Zachariah Szabo.

BFA Photography Faculty Exhibition

August 21 – October 25, 2018
Tomayko Gallery
Point Park University, Lawrence Hall

BFA Photography Faculty Exhibition, juried and curated by Jeff Jarzynka, features work by Karen Antonelli, Aaron Blum, April Friges, Hannah Harley, Christine M Lorenz, Ben Schonberger, Jessica Steigerwald, and Zachariah Szabo.

SIGHT LINES:    2018 N   ew Member Exhibition   August 4 – 21, 2018 Butler Street Lofts, Pittsburgh, PA  The exhibition features the work of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's 2018 new members. Curated by Eowyn Mays of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the exhibition is held at the Butler Street Lofts in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The 2018 new members are Jessica Alpern Brown, Erin Bechtold, John Belue, Heather Brand, Robert Buncher, Tana Cadena-Vuignier, Sean Carroll, Dennis Childers, Nicole Czapinski, Fabrizio Gerbino, Gil Gorski, Jon Hall, Henry Hallett, Joshua Hogan, Christine Holtz, Sarah Jacobs, Natiq Jalil, Elzbieta Kazmierczak, Mandy Kendall, Alexandra Lakin, Kristen Letts Kovak, Adam Linn, Katie McMurtry, Maura O'Connor, Susan Palmisano, Tracey Parker, Paul Peng, Joseph Ryznar, Liz Sabol, Lauren Scavo, Miriam Scigliano, Nick Silvis, Henry Simonds, Marc Snyder, Bernard Stote, Brenda Stumpf, Su Su, Karly Takach, Ian Thomas, Mike Weber, Suzanne Werder, Bernie Wilke, Travis Winters, and Terri Wolfe Izzo.

SIGHT LINES: 2018 New Member Exhibition

August 4 – 21, 2018
Butler Street Lofts, Pittsburgh, PA

The exhibition features the work of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's 2018 new members. Curated by Eowyn Mays of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the exhibition is held at the Butler Street Lofts in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The 2018 new members are Jessica Alpern Brown, Erin Bechtold, John Belue, Heather Brand, Robert Buncher, Tana Cadena-Vuignier, Sean Carroll, Dennis Childers, Nicole Czapinski, Fabrizio Gerbino, Gil Gorski, Jon Hall, Henry Hallett, Joshua Hogan, Christine Holtz, Sarah Jacobs, Natiq Jalil, Elzbieta Kazmierczak, Mandy Kendall, Alexandra Lakin, Kristen Letts Kovak, Adam Linn, Katie McMurtry, Maura O'Connor, Susan Palmisano, Tracey Parker, Paul Peng, Joseph Ryznar, Liz Sabol, Lauren Scavo, Miriam Scigliano, Nick Silvis, Henry Simonds, Marc Snyder, Bernard Stote, Brenda Stumpf, Su Su, Karly Takach, Ian Thomas, Mike Weber, Suzanne Werder, Bernie Wilke, Travis Winters, and Terri Wolfe Izzo.

Rotating Installation: AAP @ Point Park   Summer 2018 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University  In Summer 2018, AAP featured the work of member Leah Patgorski in the Tomayko Gallery at Point Park University.

Rotating Installation: AAP @ Point Park

Summer 2018
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

In Summer 2018, AAP featured the work of member Leah Patgorski in the Tomayko Gallery at Point Park University.

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THE FOOL AT THE PRECIPICE

March 2018 - June 2018
Pittsburgh International Airport

The Fool at the Precipice illustrates an earthly and imaginary landscape that incorporates geometric and figurative elements in order to form a symbolic language of shape and color. The Fool, the small figure represented within the drawing, is poised on the edge of the unknown in a world of seemingly endless possibilities.This work symbolizes every traveler's potential at the start of a journey, and the sense of freedom experienced when entering uncharted territories.
Mance's work explores the interplay of the conscious and subconscious, and the relationship between nature and human experience. Her use of freehand drawing techniques and spontaneous mark making are implemented in order to avoid the restrictions that may come with self-consciousness and premeditation. Her unrestrained approach allows for a deeper focus on the ways in which we pass time, our idiosyncrasies, and repetitive rituals.

by means of play

April 16 - May 30, 2018
Gallery One, 4106 Howley St., Pittsburgh, PA 15224
Like ivy, we grow where there is room for us.
- Miranda July

By Means of Play is an exhibition juried and curated by Emma Vescio that explores celebratory and vibrant art and artmaking as practices of self-care, expressions of joy, and political engagement. The exhibition features both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that highlight intimate, joyful, and passionate moments. The pieces engage viewers in various forms of immediate participation, either through looking or physical interaction.

I See You

April 2 - May 4, 2018
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

I See You, curated by Jen Melvin, features a range of contemporary portraiture from five members of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. Unlike traditional portraiture, these works do not aim to portray their subjects realistically. Instead, these works depict their subjects in emotional atmospheres that implore the viewer to explore the stories behind them.


2017

Sarika Goulatia:  A Million Marks of Home   November 5, 2017- February 25, 2018 Pittsburgh International Airport

Sarika Goulatia: A Million Marks of Home
November 5, 2017- February 25, 2018
Pittsburgh International Airport

Just Say'n   November 24, 2017- January 27, 2018  Bottle Works , Johnstown, PA Curated by Jill Larson Featuring: Priya Ahlawat, Stefani Allegretti, Carol Amidi, Kyle Anger, Pati Beachley, Christie Biber, Christopher Boring, Kathy Boykowycz, Kathleen Kase Burk, Alan Byrne, Yang Cai, Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Christopher Duncan, Glen Gardner, Tyler Gaston, Judith Gentile, Amanda Gross, Claire Hardy, Annie Heisey, Robert Howsare, Lisa Bergant Koi, Joel Kranich, Seth LeDonne, Christine Lorenz, Mary B. Mason, Richard McWherter, Joseph Noderer, Desiree Palermo, Mark Panza, William D. Pfahl, Linda Price-Sneddon, Kathleen Rearick, George Roland, Elizabeth Rose, Nicole Renee Ryan, Janice Schuler, Brain Sesack, Phiris Kathryn Sickels, Martha Hopkins Skarlinski, Kathryn Scimone Stanko, Sheila Swartz, Gary Swartzel, Paige Tibbe, Kristin Turcsanyi, Paula Weiner, Charlotte Zalewsky and Kathleen Zimbicki

Just Say'n
November 24, 2017- January 27, 2018
Bottle Works, Johnstown, PA
Curated by Jill Larson
Featuring: Priya Ahlawat, Stefani Allegretti, Carol Amidi, Kyle Anger, Pati Beachley, Christie Biber, Christopher Boring, Kathy Boykowycz, Kathleen Kase Burk, Alan Byrne, Yang Cai, Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Christopher Duncan, Glen Gardner, Tyler Gaston, Judith Gentile, Amanda Gross, Claire Hardy, Annie Heisey, Robert Howsare, Lisa Bergant Koi, Joel Kranich, Seth LeDonne, Christine Lorenz, Mary B. Mason, Richard McWherter, Joseph Noderer, Desiree Palermo, Mark Panza, William D. Pfahl, Linda Price-Sneddon, Kathleen Rearick, George Roland, Elizabeth Rose, Nicole Renee Ryan, Janice Schuler, Brain Sesack, Phiris Kathryn Sickels, Martha Hopkins Skarlinski, Kathryn Scimone Stanko, Sheila Swartz, Gary Swartzel, Paige Tibbe, Kristin Turcsanyi, Paula Weiner, Charlotte Zalewsky and Kathleen Zimbicki

The Color of Being   November 16- December 14, 2017 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University Curated by Jen Melvin Featuring: Annie Heisey and Ashley Garner

The Color of Being
November 16- December 14, 2017
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University
Curated by Jen Melvin
Featuring: Annie Heisey and Ashley Garner

If a Tree Fall  s October 17- November 14, 2017 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University Curated by Hannah Altman Featuring: Mary Weidner and Katie Ott

If a Tree Falls
October 17- November 14, 2017
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University
Curated by Hannah Altman
Featuring: Mary Weidner and Katie Ott

Electric Kool-Aid   October 5- November 26, 2017  The Brew House Association  Curated by Corey Carrington Featuring: Priya Ahlawat, Patricia Barefoot, Pati Beachley, Christie Biber, Kathy Boykowycz, Lauren Braun, Yang Cai, Ron Copeland, Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Brendan Donovan, Christopher Duncan, Ashley Garner, Annie Heisey, Ryder Henry, Lori Hepner, Robert Howsare, Seth LeDonne, Lesla, Ken Merget, Clayton Merrell, Marina Mozhayeva, Desiree Palermo, Mark Panza, Linda Price-Sneddon, Jack Puglisi, Janice Schuler, Phiris Kathryn Sickels, Louise Silk, Joyce Werwie Perry, and Kathleen Zimbicki

Electric Kool-Aid
October 5- November 26, 2017
The Brew House Association
Curated by Corey Carrington
Featuring: Priya Ahlawat, Patricia Barefoot, Pati Beachley, Christie Biber, Kathy Boykowycz, Lauren Braun, Yang Cai, Ron Copeland, Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Brendan Donovan, Christopher Duncan, Ashley Garner, Annie Heisey, Ryder Henry, Lori Hepner, Robert Howsare, Seth LeDonne, Lesla, Ken Merget, Clayton Merrell, Marina Mozhayeva, Desiree Palermo, Mark Panza, Linda Price-Sneddon, Jack Puglisi, Janice Schuler, Phiris Kathryn Sickels, Louise Silk, Joyce Werwie Perry, and Kathleen Zimbicki

Contemporaneous   September 27- October 21, 2017 Alphabet City Development Curated by Tara Fay Featuring: Pati Beachley, Dee Briggs, Zhiwan Cheung, Oreen Cohen, Ron Copeland, Sarika Goulatia, John A. Mayer, Gary Pyles, Dafna Rehavia, Patrick Schmidt, and Gray Swartzel

Contemporaneous
September 27- October 21, 2017
Alphabet City Development
Curated by Tara Fay
Featuring: Pati Beachley, Dee Briggs, Zhiwan Cheung, Oreen Cohen, Ron Copeland, Sarika Goulatia, John A. Mayer, Gary Pyles, Dafna Rehavia, Patrick Schmidt, and Gray Swartzel

In Conversation   September 15- October 15, 2017 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University Curated by Njaimeh Njie Featuring: Nicole Renee Ryan and Theresa Antonellis

In Conversation
September 15- October 15, 2017
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University
Curated by Njaimeh Njie
Featuring: Nicole Renee Ryan and Theresa Antonellis

Entity   September 14– October 28, 2017  Artsmiths of Pittsburgh  Curated by Jill Larson Featuring: Hyla Urbany, Carol Amidi, John Eastman, Glen. Gardner, Dee Briggs, Robert Howsare, John Fox, Pati Beachley, Carolyn Frischling, Lori Hepner, Timothy Kelley, Josh Mitchel, Marina Mozhayeva, Dafna Rehavia, Sheila Swartz, Paula Weiner, and Kathleen Zimbicki

Entity
September 14– October 28, 2017
Artsmiths of Pittsburgh
Curated by Jill Larson
Featuring: Hyla Urbany, Carol Amidi, John Eastman, Glen. Gardner, Dee Briggs, Robert Howsare, John Fox, Pati Beachley, Carolyn Frischling, Lori Hepner, Timothy Kelley, Josh Mitchel, Marina Mozhayeva, Dafna Rehavia, Sheila Swartz, Paula Weiner, and Kathleen Zimbicki

Speak for Yourself   September 7- October 10, 2017  Framehouse & Jask Gallery  Curator Sean Beauford Featuring: Hannah Altman, Angela Biederman, Christopher Boring, Nick Childers, Oreen Cohen, Brendan Donovan, Jamie Earnest, John Eastman, Christina Fisher, Ashley Garner, Tyler Gaston, Doreen Grasso, Annie Heisley, Heather Heitzenrater, Robert Howsare, Nathan Hufford, Allison Jones, Timothy Kelley, Joshua Kosker, Laura Krasnow, Tony Landolina, Lesla, Kenneth Nicholson, Joseph Noderer, Katie Ott, Kathleen Rearick, Patrick Schmidt, Ben Schonberger, Jonathan Schwarz, Sheila Swartz, Zachariah Szabo, Paige Tibbe, Rodney Trice, and Barbara Westman

Speak for Yourself
September 7- October 10, 2017
Framehouse & Jask Gallery
Curator Sean Beauford
Featuring: Hannah Altman, Angela Biederman, Christopher Boring, Nick Childers, Oreen Cohen, Brendan Donovan, Jamie Earnest, John Eastman, Christina Fisher, Ashley Garner, Tyler Gaston, Doreen Grasso, Annie Heisley, Heather Heitzenrater, Robert Howsare, Nathan Hufford, Allison Jones, Timothy Kelley, Joshua Kosker, Laura Krasnow, Tony Landolina, Lesla, Kenneth Nicholson, Joseph Noderer, Katie Ott, Kathleen Rearick, Patrick Schmidt, Ben Schonberger, Jonathan Schwarz, Sheila Swartz, Zachariah Szabo, Paige Tibbe, Rodney Trice, and Barbara Westman

Laurie Barnes  July 8- November 2, 2017 Pittsburgh International Airport

Laurie Barnes
July 8- November 2, 2017
Pittsburgh International Airport

Lisa Bergant Koi  May 11- June 5, 2017 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

Lisa Bergant Koi
May 11- June 5, 2017
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

Control is an Illusion   May 3- May 27, 2017  Mine Factory  Curated by Christine Smith Featuring: Carol Amidi, Kyle Anger, Theresa Antonellis, Patricia Barefoot, Seth Clark, Christopher Duncan, Cystal Latimer, Patti Menick, Kara Snyder, and Carolyn Wenning

Control is an Illusion
May 3- May 27, 2017
Mine Factory
Curated by Christine Smith
Featuring: Carol Amidi, Kyle Anger, Theresa Antonellis, Patricia Barefoot, Seth Clark, Christopher Duncan, Cystal Latimer, Patti Menick, Kara Snyder, and Carolyn Wenning

Gary Jurysta  April 14- May 6, 2017 Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

Gary Jurysta
April 14- May 6, 2017
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

Contemplating Others   April 5- April 29, 2017  FrameHouse & Jask Gallery  Curated by Sean Beauford Featuring: Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Sarika Goulatia, Crystal Latimer, Penny Mateer, and Samira Shaheen

Contemplating Others
April 5- April 29, 2017
FrameHouse & Jask Gallery
Curated by Sean Beauford
Featuring: Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Sarika Goulatia, Crystal Latimer, Penny Mateer, and Samira Shaheen

Michael Walsh  March 30- June 27, 2017 Pittsburgh International Airport

Michael Walsh
March 30- June 27, 2017
Pittsburgh International Airport