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  • 24 Jul 2019 3:39 PM | Gina Judy

    Hope most of you can join me (or at least come and view during the month) for the opening of my first solo exhibition "MARK-MAKING" at the ARTWORKS AROUND TOWN center  in The Centre Market, 2200 Market, Wheeling West Virginia, Friday August 2 from 5:30- 8 PM. The exhibit will run through August 24 during the following hours; Monday-Thursday 10-5:30, Friday 10 AM-6, Saturday, 10-5:30, Closed Sundays. Member-artists are always on display there at the co-op as well.

  • 26 May 2019 2:53 PM | Janet Hart

    West Virginia University Libraries has chosen and requested Wind Power, an original watercolor by Janet Hart, for their Appalachian Futures exhibit to be held in September 2019.  This is a single temporary exhibit of original works by Appalachian artists at the downtown campus in Morgantown, West Virginia, including artists from Kentucky, North Carolina, and West Virginia.

  • 11 Sep 2018 7:21 PM | Anni Matsick

    Anni Matsick's painting, "On Mother's Knee," won 1st prize in Watercolor in Pastiche II, the Art Association of Harrisburg's Membership Show, on display September 9 - October 11, 2018.

  • 10 Aug 2018 1:04 PM | Frank Webb

    ForFrank Webb's new coffee table book  go to :


    On the home page click on  the Coffee Table for info and the order form.

  • 22 Apr 2018 12:30 PM | Anni Matsick

    Anni Matsick’s watercolor painting “Girl With Pink Ribbon” has been accepted in the Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2018 exhibit to run June 24-Sept 9 at the State Museum in Harrisburg. It includes 103 works of art by 99 artists from 27 counties. Finalists were selected from 1,850 entries by 839 artists.

    The closing coincides with Harrisburg’s annual Gallery Walk on September 9, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

  • 23 Jun 2017 9:32 PM | Anni Matsick

    Two watercolor paintings by Anni Matsick are included in the 20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators, Art of Facts / Uncovering Pittsburgh Stories, opening July 22, 2017 at the John Heinz History Center. Her painting Andrew Carnegie as Bobbin Boy is shown on the Heinz website:  http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org/exhibits/art-of-facts-uncovering-pittsburgh-stories The show, which includes 50+ works by 40 PSI members, will run through April 2018.

  • 18 May 2017 10:41 AM | Anni Matsick

    Anni Matsick was among 126 artists whose work was selected for Splash 19: Illusion of Light, released by North Light Books in July. Two of her works, "Sweet Dreams" and "Girl in White Hat," were chosen from over 1700 entries received.

  • 11 Apr 2016 9:36 AM | Renee Keil

    Renee Keil will be showing her work at the Square Cafe on Braddock Avenue in Regent Square (1137 S Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15218)  through out the month of May. Works in watercolor, pastel and oil will be shown.  

    call or email Renee for more information 



  • 14 Sep 2015 1:30 PM | Jan Pini (Administrator)

    Come see "Water Authority, Three Master of Watercolor, Paintings by Thurston, Vrscak and Webb" at the Greensburg Art Center September 12 through October 23, 2015.

  • 25 Jul 2015 10:36 AM | Samira Shaheen

    On-Going Exhibit: Rights of Passage, Memory of Palestine

    Sunday July 26 12-5

    July 29 hours 12-6.  The Artist will be available Wednesday 4-6 w/small reception.

    A multi media exploration of the artist journey using archival symbols, photographs and installation to map the artists  past.

    Here is what Paul  Wahrhaftig wrote:

    "This excellent art exhibit is on display at the Spinning Plate Gallery for the rest of July 2015. I visited the gallery Sunday and was deeply moved by the art of Samira Shaheen. The collection=of paintings, installation etc. focus on her continuing  attempts to understand questions of war and peace,  the plight of Palestinians, dealing with the occupation and the wall as well as documenting the immigrant experience.  The paintings are accompanied by an excellent written commentary to help you understand her search and the Palestinian realties.  The paintings, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media, are good enough to stand on their own without a social message.  But with the Palestinian issues it becomes “must see, 

    Be prepared to spend a good while there as Samira will be in attendance each day that the exhibit is open.”

    Spinning Plate Gallery

    5821 Baum Blvd. Pgh, Pa 15206

    Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Sunday-12:00pm - 6:00pm

    Thursday 11:00 - 4:00 pm

    Contacting Samira for an Appointment or texting her is recommended.  She can be reached at sgirlmiles@hotmail.com


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