Being: The State of Existing, presented by Framehouse & Jask Gallery owner Kathleen Miclot, opens on November 4, 2016, at the FrameHouse & Jask Gallery, 100 43rd Street, unit 107, at the Ice House in Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh, PA 15201. The opening reception is from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and is free to the public. The exhibition is a body of works from artists found locally in Pittsburgh featuring the human form.
This show will feature work by
Robert Bowden, Paul Bowden, Bill DiBernardi, Leslie Golomb, Tony Havrilla, Deborah Kiss Holtschlag, Cara Livario, Patrick Lee, Duncan MacDiarmid, Mark McLaughlin, Josh Mitchel, Marian Phillips, Joyce Werwie Perry, James Simon, and Kathleen Zimbicki.
Curated by Leslie Golomb
Opening event September 3 at 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, all are welcome to attend.
Exhibition features work by
Jacqueline Barnes, Katie Kaplan, Celeste Neuhaus, Jennifer Nagle Myers, Liz Maugans, and Maybe Jairan Sadeghi
Image by Jacqueline Barnes
Join us for an opening reception on June 17th from 6-9pm.
In addition to Print Group members, the exhibit was open to regional artists who work in printmaking media. Jurors Clayton Merrell and Kathleen Miclot chose work by the following artists: Jo-Anne L. Bates, Chris Calligan, Barbara Broff Goldman, Abigail Franzen-Sheehan, John C. Hanna, Paula Garrick Klein, Thomas J. Norulak, Mick Opalko, Richard Palmer, Elizabeth Rose and Sharon L. Wilcox.
The exhibit runs through July 30, 2016.
Hadassah Greater Pittsburgh presents
Paint by Numbers – 32B, 34C, 36D
A fundraising event to support breast cancer research at
Hadassah Hospital Israel & in the greater Pittsburgh area
Opening reception Thursday, May 19, 2016 * 5:30 – 9:00 P.M.
Hadassah Greater Pittsburgh is hosting a special photographic exhibition of
artwork painted on the bare chests of 24 models, 23 women and 1 man.
The models were painted by 14 artists then photographed by 2 photographers.
Thursday, May 19th 5:30 - 9 P.M. Opening reception by reservation only.
Friday, May 20th 11 A.M - 7 P.M. * Saturday, May 21st 11A.M - 4 P.M.
Please mail your check for the opening reception ($36 per person) or donation,
along with your e-mail address and phone number, to:
Hadassah, 1824 Murray Avenue, Suite 202, Pittsburgh, PA 15217
or call 412-421-8919 to pay by credit card.
If you are unable to attend but would like to purchase artwork, please call 412-421-8919.
Opening April 1st 6 - 9 pm.
Group show for PSA Members. The theme is Small Works that includes 2D and 3D works that are 12 x 12 and smaller.
Exhibiting artists are: Kirsti Adkins, Lynn Angelelli, Patricia Barefoot , Alan Byrne, Tony Cavalline, Thomas Cords, Susan Corry, Jennifer Dinovitz, Deb Englebaugh, Marvin Fields, Gerry Florida, Fran Gialamas, Sheila Golding, Michael L Goswell, Mary Jane Hadley, Frank Hightower, Karen Kaighin, Deborah Kollar, Yelena Kukharenko, Dorothy Lampl, Karen Larson, Mary B. Mason, Tommy Mason, Marguerite Matz, Elaine Morris, Mark Neuherz ,Alix Paul, Marian Phillips, Bernie Pintar, Dafna Rehavia, Catherine Ryan, Carol Scheftic, Janice Schuler, Phiris Kathryn Sickels, Chris Siewers, Wesley Smith, Nina Sowiski, David Sparks, Susan Sparks, Melissa Sullivan, Alexander Sutlic, L J Swiech, Paul Werder, Polly Whitehorn, Gary Zak, and Kathleen Zimbicki.
PSA consists of more than 380 artist members living within a 150-mile radius of Pittsburgh and are creators who use all varieties of visual arts media. More information about PSA and current shows can be found at www.psaguild.org.
Don't miss this opportunity!
The venerable Davison Gallery of Seattle, Washington will offer a selection of small prints available for purchase at FrameHouse & Jask Gallery for a limited time. Prints are by some of the most distinguished contemporary printmakers worldwide. This is your chance to own extraordinary artworks for extraordinary prices (from $100-$500).
Wine and Cheese on Friday, December 4th from 5-7pm.
except for the sound of my voice…Photogravures by Leslie A. Golomb with selections from Wielding the Knife, woodcuts by Master Chinese Printmaker, Li Kang.
Golomb’s content taps into, but isn’t blatantly about, identity or gender poli- tics. Rather, those subjects represent the connective tissue to what she’s really interested in, which is reflecting on how women think through, navigate and express being female in the cultural climate they live in.
The opening reception is Saturday November 7th from 6-9pm. This event is free and open to the public. The exhibition runs through January 30th, 2016.