Dormont Municipal Center

Welcome to the Art on the Walls exhibition at the Dormont Municipal Center

The Borough of Dormont and Dormont Arts believe in the power of art to uplift the spirit, inspire creative and logical thought, and to transform common space into places of joy, reflection, and serenity. We have transformed the lobby of the Borough of Dormont Municipal Center into a showcase of beautiful art, supporting our vision of creating a welcoming and inspiring space, and giving artists opportunities to display their work with visitors from around the region. 

All work is available for sale, unless noted otherwise, and artists receive 80% of each sale. Purchase a piece today by clicking on "purchase art" below.

+ For an opportunity to meet the artists in person, please join us for a Fall 2023 Artist & Community Reception on Thursday, October 19. 

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To view the art during regular business hours of 8 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. on Mondays, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays, and 8:30 a.m. - noon on Fridays. To schedule an appointment to view this exhibition, contact Art on the Walls client manager Erin O'Neill at eoneill[at]pittsburghartscouncil[dot]org

Current Exhibiting Artists

  • A portrait of a white woman with shoulder-length blonde hair, wearing a black sleeveless shirt. She's pictured in front of a colorful abstract painting. Beside her are two details of similarly brightly colored abstract paintings.

    Giovanna Ferrari

    Giovanna Ferrari paints colors that flow seamlessly; every pattern is beautiful in its own way, no matter if it flows right or left.
  • A collage of three images. On the left is a portrait of a smiling white man with gray hair and gray beard, wearing a bright blue collared shirt and a black suit jacket. On the right are two details of paintings, one shows a vintage automobile and the other a yellow star

    John Hinderliter

    John Hinderliter paints what he finds interesting and hopes that others find it interesting as well.
  • A collage of three images. On the left is a portrait of a white person with long brown hair. They are smiling and looking off camera. On the right are details of two oil paintings of signs. On the top is a painting of a waffle shop sign, on the bottom is a portion of a wooden sign for Route 66 Dinor"

    Paige Kleinfelder

    Paige Kleinfelder's oil paintings capture a visual nostalgia of signs and structures, both cataloging local landmarks and conjuring memories.
  • A collage of three images. On the left is a portrait of a smiling white person with shoulder-length gray hair and bangs. They're wearing a sleeveless maroon shirt and a necklace. On the right are two details of oil paintings. On the top is a scene from a bar, on the bottom is an old fashioned couple.

    Jeannie McGuire

    Using watercolor pigments and graphite on paper, Jeannie McGuire’s paintings depict people in the context of southwestern Pennsylvania industry.
  • A collage of three images. On the left is a portrait of a woman with long brown and gray hair, with bangs. She's wearing glasses and a maroon scarf tied around her neck. On the right are details from two paintings. On the top are dancers stretching, on the bottom is a still life with a tea kettle, tea cup, and fruit.

    Anne M. Trimble

    Anne M. Trimble strives to express the human spirit in her work and tell the stories of her subjects.
  • A collage of two images. On the left is a portrait of a Black woman with a long side ponytail. Her face is mostly obscured by a colorful paint palette she's holding up in front of her. On the right is a detail of a colorful pop culture piece showcasing a Black Barbie doll and a crossword puzzle.

    Wavy Wednesday

    By using colorful pop art and drawing on cultural symbols like Barbie, the activism in Wavy Wednesday's work confronts social, racial, and gender justice.