Dormont Municipal Building

Art on the Walls Installed in Dormont Municipal Building

The Borough of Dormont and Dormont Municipal Building believes in the power of art to uplift the spirit, inspire creative and logical thought, and transform common spaces into places of joy, reflection, and serenity. We saw the Dormont Municipal Building lobby as a canvas to display art that fits into that vision and, in partnership with Eat'n Park and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, we have selected visual artists from the greater Pittsburgh area to display a variety of pieces beginning February 1.  

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

Purchase Art

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Current Exhibition

  • Diverted Wavelets

    Hope Gelfand Alcorn

    Hope weaves "joyful noise” throughout her works. Focusing down to the root of all art, she uses color and movement in abstract formations to shape, inspire, and excite the mind.
  • Winter 22/23

    Joshua Hoffman

    Joshua Hoffman primarily paints landscapes, often in Plein Air, or on location.
  • Great Brook

    Wendy Mackin

    Wendy Mackin's work is focused on expressing the beauty she finds in her chosen subjects.
  • Headwrap

    Morgan Overton

    Morgan Overton's work focuses on amplifying the voices and visibility of historically silenced communities.
  • Bluebird

    William D. Pfahl

    William Daniel Pfahl works from life as a plein-air painter, in oil and pastel.
  • Rust Never Sleeps

    Patrick Varriano

    Patrick Varriano is a landscape artist whose favorite subjects are usually found on old farm sites and salvage yards in Western Pennsylvania.
  • Packard

    Joe Winkler

    Joe Winkler is a fine artist who enjoys creating engaging compositions with traditional methods in a realistic yet painterly style.