Two new gallery exhibits showcase Pittsburgh artists in unconventional spaces
The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council’s Art on the Walls program has unveiled two new exhibits in Downtown Pittsburgh, featuring the work of nine Pittsburgh-based artists on display inside Eleven Stanwix’s office building.
The exhibition in the lobby of Eleven Stanwix — open to the public weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment on weekends — includes the work of acrylic artist Katie Koening, along with photographers Brian J. Sesack and Polly Whitehorn.
Artists on display inside the offices of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development — located on the 17th floor and available to view by appointment only — include visual artists Ashley A. Jones, Sukeshi Sondhi, Laura Stewart, Nathan Van Patter, Paul Vladuchick, and Charmette Young.
“We’re grateful for the participation of not only the incredible artists who are displaying their work in these exhibits, but for the businesses who believe in supporting the local arts sector,” says Manager of Art on the Walls Erin O’Neill.
Art on the Walls, which launched in 2010 and has since garnered more than $64,000 in art sales, brings the work of artists to unconventional spaces throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region. All artwork is for sale, with artists receiving 80% of each purchase.
More information and a digital brochure featuring all artwork, pricing, and details for Eleven Stanwix can be found here: pittsburghartscouncil.org/art-on-the-walls/eleven-stanwix
More information and a digital brochure featuring all artwork, pricing, and details for Allegheny Conference, can be found here: pittsburghartscouncil.org/art-on-the-walls/allegheny-conference
Press-ready images and caption info can be found here: Media images