Saturday, December 22, 2007

Pittsburgh Art Event Show Exhibit Listings Dec 20-26



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Exhibits

Listings for Thursday, Dec. 20 to Wednesday, Dec. 26

Unless noted, galleries are free and open to the public. Call for hours.

707 Penn Avenue Gallery: Through Dec. 31: "Sonar: Works by Christopher Virgil and Tullis Johnson," interactive exhibit on potential harm to aquatic mammals caused by sonar tests. 707 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412-325-7017.

709 Penn Avenue Gallery: Through Dec. 21: "Theatre by Design: From Sketches to Stage," works by Pittsburgh-area set, costume and lighting designers Annemarie Duggan, Karen Glass, K.J. Gilmer, Don Magone, Edward J. Powers and Julie Allerdice Ray. 709 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412-471-6070.

Alex Fletcher Memorial Art Center: Through Dec. 22: "Yule Like It," show and sale of gift artwork by Greensburg Art Club members, with ornaments by Keystone Carvers. 230 Todd School Road, Hempfield. 724-837-6791.

Andy Warhol Museum: Through March 30: "Ron Mueck at the Andy Warhol," seven sculptures depicting humans. Through Dec. 30: "Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol," abstract watercolors by nearly blind O'Keeffe in her 90s; "Elusive Signs: Bruce Nauman Works with Light," 16 neon lights and light-room installations; "Andy and Oz: Parallel Visions," photographs, paintings and sculpture by nine Australian artists influenced by Warhol; and "Body/Booty," exhibit on body ornamentation through dress, paint, tattoos, makeup, piercings and scent. $15; $9 for senior citizens; $8 for students and children. 117 Sandusky St., North Side. 412-237-8300.

The Art Loft: Through Jan. 4: "In Print," works by Pittsburgh Print Group artists. 615 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. 414-563-3003.

Artists Image Resource: Through Jan. 13: "11th Annual Projects Exhibition," works by Nick Bubash, Nathan Mould, Jefferson Pinder and other printmakers. 518 Foreland St., North Side. 412-321-8664.

Associated Artists of Butler County Art Center: Through Jan. 2: Annual holiday show and sale of 250-plus works by regional artists; photographs and paintings by Claire "Vimala" Anderson; wood sculpture by Mike Sanderson; photographs by Denise Garrott of re-enactors portraying 18th-century American Indians, sutlers, traders, soldiers, missionaries and craftsmen; and 25th-anniversary exhibit on Butler County Spinners & Weavers Guild. 344 S. Main St., Butler. 724-283-6922.

Blue Horse Cafe: Through Dec. 31: "Mainstay Life Services Resident Art Show," works by residents of Mainstay Life Services group homes for people with developmental disabilities. Sales of works benefit Mainstay Life Services clients. 1535 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. 412-344-3640.

Borelli-Edwards Galleries: Through Jan. 12: "Mary M. Mazziotti," paintings of food, cowgirls, Pittsburgh landmarks, medieval miniatures and death. 3583 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412-687-2606.

Bost Building: Through March 17: "Steel: Made in Pennsylvania," traveling State Museum of Pennsylvania exhibit of photographer Don Giles' 2005-06 images of abandoned and active Pennsylvania steel mills. 623 E. Eighth Ave., Homestead. 412-464-4020.

BoxHeart Gallery: Through Dec. 31: Holiday sale of works by multiple artists. 4523 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield. 412-687-8858.

Bulgarian-Macedonian National Education & Cultural Center: Through March 21: Donated oils, watercolors and limited-edition prints, including lithographs of paintings by Vladimir Dimitrov. 449-451 W. Eighth Ave., West Homestead. 412-461-6188.

Carnegie Museum of Art: Through Jan. 4: "Neapolitan Presepio," elaborate Nativity scene depicted by 100-plus miniature figures handmade from 1700-1830. Through March 31: "Forum 61: Lowry Burgess," paintings by Carnegie Mellon University art professor. Through Jan. 21: "Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 97th Annual Exhibition," 124 pieces by 76 regional artists, and "Popular Salon of the People: 1910-2006," works by 75-plus notable Pittsburgh artists and past participants in AAP's annual shows. Through Jan. 13: "Picturing Childhood: Pictorialist Family Photography, circa 1890-1950," images of middle- and upper-middle-class family life by native Pittsburgh photographers Charles Hart Spencer, Charles H. Breed and Walter Munhall. Through Jan. 27: "On a Grand Scale: The Hall of Architecture at 100," about 150 plaster, architectural casts commissioned by Andrew Carnegie. Through Feb. 20 in Hall of Sculpture: "Untitled (Domestic)," work cast by Rachel Whiteread from staircase in 18th-century home of British naval hero Adm. Lord Nelson. Through Feb. 10: "Designed to Be Lit," candlesticks, candelabras, oil and electric lamps from museum's collection. $10; $7 for senior citizens; $6 for children and students; free for age 2 and younger. 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-622-3131.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Ongoing: "Dinosaurs in Their Time," new exhibit of 19 specimens in Mesozoic Era-like settings. Through Jan. 27: "Mongolian Calligraphy by Jalair Dovdon Batbayar," 35 paintings. Through Jan. 8: "Carnaval," videos, photographs and costumes from carnival celebrations around the world. Through Jan. 6: "Luxe Life: Masterpieces of American Jewelry" in new Wertz Gallery: Gems and Jewelry. $10; $7 for senior citizens; $6 for children and students; free for age 2 and younger. 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-622-3131.

Carnegie Science Center: Ongoing: Miniature Railroad & Village with new model of Forbes Field. Through May 31: "Bodies ... The Exhibition," view body's systems in preserved, human specimens at SportsWorks. "Bodies" admission: $22 for nonmembers, $16 for nonmembers ages 3-12; $14 for members, $10 for members ages 3-17. Through June: "From Sea to Shining Sea: 200 Years of Charting America's Coasts," 20 posters commemorating 200th anniversary of original survey of U.S. coasts. Through Jan. 31: "Zap! Surgery Beyond the Cutting Edge," interactive, multimedia exhibit on medical surgical uses of electromagnetic waves, sound waves and lasers. Ongoing: Hubble Space Telescope images, UPMC SportsWorks and USS Requin submarine. $14; $10 for senior citizens and ages 3-12; $5 each Tues. for age 62 and older; free for members. 1 Allegheny Ave., North Shore. 412-237-3400.

Chatham University Art Gallery: Through Dec. 20: "Culture in Context: African Art from the Olkes Collection," artwork from 12 sub-Saharan cultures. Woodland Hall, Chatham University, 106 Woodland Road, Shadyside. 412-365-1106.

Chatham University Art & Design Center: Ongoing: "Jerry Caplan: A Memorial Installation," sculpture, watercolors, drawings and ceramics by late art professor; "Prajna Paramita Parasher: Pierced by the Prism of Shadow," large digital prints; and works by Emma Masley, Henry Koerner, Liana Dragoman, Susana Amundarain and Charles LeClair. Chatham University, 106 Woodland Road, Shadyside. 412-365-1106.

Clay Place: Through Dec. 22: "Scott Cornish: Recent Works." 1 Walnut St., Suite 2, Carnegie. 412-276-3260.

Conney Kimbo Gallery: Ongoing: Jazz memorabilia includes photos, posters, sheet music, Mary Lou Williams' piano and xylophone once owned by Lionel Hampton. Main Floor, William Pitt Union, 3959 Fifth Ave., Oakland. 412-383-7165.

Digging Pitt Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "The Blogger Show," works by 30 artists. 417 Butler St. (at 45th Street), Lawrenceville. 412-605-0450.

Elan Fine Art Gallery: Through Jan. 4: "Deck the Halls 2007," works by Charles Pitcher, Sarah Beitler, Ron Donoughe, Paul Jay, Jan Jay and Ron Thurston. 427 Broad St., Sewickley. 412-749-0427.

Fe Gallery: Through Feb. 9: "Good on Paper." 4102 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412-860-6028.

Fein Art Gallery: Through Feb. 7: "The Pittsburgh Group: Celebrating Women in the Arts for Over 30 Years," paintings, sculpture and jewelry by 15 artists. 519 E. Ohio St., North Side. 412-321-6816.

Fort Pitt Museum: Ongoing: "Fort Pitt Museum: Keystone of the Frontier," artifacts include war drum, engraved tomahawk, powder horns, pistols, flags and garments of French and Indian War era. $5; $4 for age 60 and older; $2 for ages 6-17. Point State Park, 101 Commonwealth Place, Downtown. 412-281-9284.

Frick Art & Historical Center: Through Feb. 3: "From J.P. Morgan to Henry Clay Frick," furniture, bronzes, porcelains and other decorative items collected by famed financier and industrialist. 7227 Reynolds St., Point Breeze. 412-371-0600.

Gallerie Chiz: Through Jan. 5: "Off-the-Wall, Take-It-Home-for-the-Holidays Show." 5831 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-441-6005.

Gallery on 43rd Street: Through Dec. 31: "Ten Years of Courageous Nonsense," works on paper by Mark Gualtieri and T.K. Mundok. 187 43rd St., Lawrenceville. 412-683-6488.

Hillman Library: Through Dec. 21: "Great Crested Flycatcher," life-size, engraved and hand-colored print (circa 1832) by Robert Havell of original watercolor by J.J. Audubon. Ground floor of Hillman Library, Forbes Avenue and Bigelow Boulevard, Oakland. 412-648-3330.

Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts: Through Dec. 21: Gouache paintings -- small landscapes -- by Thomas Paquette; annual exhibit of Hoyt Artists' Association, with adjacent artists' market; "Sweet Sixteen: A Memorial Tribute to Linda Fruhwald"; and "Annual Senior Exhibition." 124 E. Leasure Ave., New Castle. 724-652-2882.

Humble Beginnings Art Gallery & Studio: Ongoing: Show and sale of landscapes, seascapes, wildlife paintings, wildlife drawings and other works by Ralph Johns. 4121 Main St., Bloomfield. 412-683-9003.

Indiana County Historical Museum: Through Jan. 11: "Fourth Annual Indiana County Artists Show." Through March 31: "Rainbow Diamond Glass Exhibit," locally made glassware by Indiana Glass Co., Northwood Glass, Dugan Glass and Diamond Glassware Co. 621 Wayne Ave., Indiana, Indiana County. 724-463-9600.

John Edward Gallery of Fine Arts: Through Dec. 30: Acrylic monotypes by Alison Newman that depict abstract shapes formed by trees and foliage. Gallery is at Schmidt's Springhouse Antiques, Route 66 at Pfeffer Road, Washington Township (Export area), Westmoreland County. 724-325-2577.

Keystone Cafe: Through Dec. 31: Show and sale of works in varied media by 20-plus artists. 416 Clay Ave., Jeannette. 412-638-5263.

Latrobe Art Center: Through Jan. 5: "Home for the Holidays," exhibit of holiday-theme works in varied media by gallery members. Through Jan. 12: "Feel the Frost," show and sale of works in varied media by gallery members. 819 Ligonier St., Latrobe. 724-537-7011.

MCG @ 800 Penn Avenue Gallery: Through Jan. 6: "Decode 2," works created in workshop with sound and textile artist Christy Matson. 800 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412-322-1773, ext. 378.

Macy's: Through Dec. 31: Works by eight area portrait artists: Rick Antolic, David C. Barker, Robert Daley, Yvonne Kozlina, Peggy Leonard, Kit Paulsen, Mark Kay Richardson and Christine Swann. Ninth Floor, Macy's Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street, Downtown. 412-915-8954.

Manchester Craftsmen's Guild: Through Jan 6: "Decode," works by sound and textile artist Christy Matson, with installation by Jason Van Anden. 1815 Metropolitan St., Manchester section of North Side. 412-322-1773.

Manderino Gallery of Fine Arts: Through Jan. 10: "A Magic Web: The Tropical Forest of Barro Colorado Island," traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibit of 40 large-format color photos by Christian Ziegler. Third Floor, Manderino Library, California University of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave., California, Washington County. 724-938-5840.

Maridon Museum: Ongoing: More than 100 antique Meissen porcelain figures include 15-member monkey band, Chinese and Japanese art, and art nouveau porcelain pieces from collection of Mary Hulton Phillips. $4; $3 for senior citizens and students. 322 N. McKean St., Butler. 724-282-0123.

Mattress Factory: Through Jan. 20: "India: New Installations, Part II," works by Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Hema Upadhyay and Anita Dube of Raqs Media Collective of New Delhi. $10; $5 for students; free for members. Ongoing: "House Poem," hand-calligraphed work on facade of 408 Sampsonia Way refuge of Chinese poet Huang Xiang. $8; $5 for senior citizens and students. 500 Sampsonia Way, North Side. 412-231-3169.

Memorial Park Presbyterian Church, Huston Room: Through Dec. 31: "North Hills Artists Paint Europe," watercolors by Joanne Baxter, Sandy Crocker, Rocco Prologo, Joan Scheuring and Nancy Smith. 8800 Peebles Road, McCandless. 412-364-9492.

Mendelson Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "Old Friends, New Work," works by David Lewis, Robert C. Brandegee and Steve Mendelson. 5874 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-361-8664.

Michael Berger Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "Small But Mighty," paintings by Cheonae Kim. 415 Gettysburg St., Point Breeze. 412-441-4282.

Modern Formations Gallery: Through Jan. 25: "New Soil Experiments: Works by Jairan Sadeghi." 4919 Penn Ave., Garfield. 412-362-0274.

Monroeville Public Library Gallery Space: Through Dec. 29: "Immaterial," ceramic works by John Dorinsky. 4000 Gateway Campus Blvd., Monroeville. 412-372-0500.

Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery: Through Jan. 19: "Teapots! 2nd Invitational," teapots in glass, ceramic, fiber, wood and mixed media. 5833 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-441-5200.

North Hills Art Center: Through Dec. 31: "2008 Holiday Gift Sale," handmade works include jewelry, pottery, paintings, florals, scarves, metal works and cards. 3432 Babcock Blvd., Ross. 412-364-3622.

Paul Stewart Museum: Ongoing: Geological specimens include rocks, minerals, fossils, gems, meteors, dinosaur fossils, petrified woods and locally unearthed mastodon tooth. Waynesburg University, 51 W. College St., Waynesburg. 724-852-3214.

Penn Avenue & Seventh Street Parklet: Ongoing: "Magnolias for Pittsburgh," installation by sculptor Tony Tasset features 22-foot reproduction flowering trees. Parklet at Seventh Street and Penn Avenue, Downtown. 412-471-6082.

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens: Through Feb. 24: "Chihuly at Phipps: Gardens and Glass," flamboyant, monumental glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly; and "Garden Railroad," 25- by 50-foot layout with model freight, ore and passenger trains, cattle ranch, animated prairie dogs, rock formations, adobe buildings and miniature Mesa Verde National Park. Daytime admission (9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily): $12.50; $11.50 for students and senior citizens; $7.50 for ages 2-18; free for younger children and members. Evening admission (6-10 p.m. daily): $15; $7.50 for members. Reservations recommended. Schenley Park Drive, Oakland. 412-622-6914.

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts: Through Jan. 27: "Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Members Show," "Aqueous Open International" (Pittsburgh Watercolor Society), "A Tryst With Glass" (Craftsmen's Guild of Pittsburgh) and "A Variation of Unknown Medical Significance" by Sandy Kessler Kaminski. Fifth and Shady avenues, Shadyside. 412-361-0455.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers Galleries: Through Dec. 21: "Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Members Show." 7477 Melwood Ave., Oakland. 412-681-5449.

Pittsburgh Glass Center: Through March 30: "Recollections," works by Michael Rogers and Richard Hirsch. 5472 Penn Ave., Garfield. 412-365-2145.

Pittsburgh International Airport: Ongoing: "Pittsburgh Mosaics," 4- by 13-foot glass mosaics by Daviea Davis, on facing walls of airport's landside people movers (automated trains). Routes 60 and 576, Findlay. 412-365-2145.

Regina Gouger Miller Gallery: Through Dec. 21: Works by Patricia Maurides, Michelle Stitzlein and Julie Stunden. Purnell Center for the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-268-3877.

Renaissance Gallery: Through Dec. 31: "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year." 428 Washington Ave., Carnegie. 412-279-0411.

Schoolhouse Arts Center: Through Dec. 28: "New Beginnings," paintings, note cards, silk scarves and other works by South Arts members. 2600 South Park Road, Bethel Park. 412-835-9010.

Sen. John Heinz History Center: Through Feb. 10: "Pittsburgh Steelers 75th Season Celebration: Treasures from the Pro Football Hall of Fame," artifacts include Vietnam veteran Rocky Bleier's Purple Heart medal and Three Rivers Stadium turf from game featuring Franco Harris' "Immaculate Reception"; "Pittsburgh Recast," 50-plus depictions of famous Pittsburghers and city's 250-year history; and "The Darkest Month," centennial exhibit of images and artifacts from deadliest month in U.S. mining history. Ongoing: "Clash of Empires: The British, French & Indian War, 1754-63," items include life-size figures, Robert Griffing paintings and 26-foot birch canoe; "Glass: Shattering Notions" explores Pittsburgh's glassmaking history; "Points in Time: Building a Life in Western Pennsylvania, 1750-Today"; "Journey to Freedom: Underground Railroad"; and Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. $9; $7 for age 62 and older; $5 for students and ages 6-18; free for age 5 and younger, and members. 1212 Smallman St., Strip District. 412-454-6000.

Silver Eye Center for Photography: Through Feb. 2: "Proof," photographs by Fellowship 2007 Award winner Caleb Charland depict art and science through everyday objects; and photographs by Barry Banner and Rita Maas. 1015 E. Carson St., South Side. 412-431-1810.

Soldiers & Sailors National Military Museum & Memorial: Through Sept. 29: "Lincoln's Pittsburgh Address," furnishings from Monongahela House where President-elect Lincoln stayed Feb. 14, 1861, en route to inauguration. $5 for age 14 and older; $3 for ages 6-13 and age 60 and older. 4141 Fifth Ave., Oakland. 412-621-4253.

South Bank Galleries: Through Dec. 31: Lithographs, etchings and drawings by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and Marc Chagall. 1300 E. Carson St., South Side. 412-488-6688.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art: Exhibits at multiple sites.

• Altoona: Through March 9: "Judith Consel Vipond: The Magnificent and Macabre," 27 mixed-media paintings. Through Jan. 7: "Antique Dolls: A Holiday Celebration." Through Jan. 27: "Face of India: Photography by Donald M. Robinson." Brett Building, 1210 11th Ave., Altoona. 814-946-4464.

• Johnstown: Through Feb. 3: "Nicholas Unkovic Steuben Glass Collection," 80 crystal sculptures made from 1940-80. Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, 450 Schoolhouse Road (University of Pittsburgh), Johnstown. 814-269-7234.

• Ligonier: Through Feb. 24: "Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts Annual Regional Juried Exhibition," 71 works. Boucher Lane and Route 711 South, Ligonier. 724-238-6015.

• Loretto: Through Feb. 10: "Chuck Olson: Visual Histories," 100-plus paintings by fine arts department chairman. St. Francis University, 117 Evergreen Drive, Loretto, Cambria County. 814-472-3920.

SPACE: Through Dec. 31: "New Works from Utopia: Paintings by Australian Aboriginal Artists." 812 Liberty Ave., Downtown. 412-325-7723.

Third Street Gallery: Ongoing: Oils, pastels, watercolors, jewelry and pottery by Philip Salvato and other area artists. 220 Third St., Carnegie. 412-276-5233.

The Tom Museum: Through Dec. 31: Exhibit of artist-made books. 410 Sampsonia Way, North Side. 412-657-7513.

ToonSeum Gallery: Through Dec. 31: "From Illustration to Animation: Picture Books Come Alive through the Art of Animation," 600-plus cartoon-art items range from production notes to finished cels. Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, 10 Children's Way, Allegheny Square, North Side. 412-586-6023.

Westmoreland County Courthouse: Through Jan. 28: "2007 History Through Art," 60 works depicting historical Southwestern Pennsylvania. Sponsored by Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts and Westmoreland County Courthouse Centennial Committee. Lobby of Westmoreland County Courthouse, 2 N. Main St., Greensburg. 724-834-3934.

Westmoreland Museum of American Art: Through Jan. 13: "Let's Play: The Holiday Toy and Train Exhibition," antique and modern toys and trains include four G-gauge trains set in Western Pennsylvania landscape with Grandview Ship Hotel, Coffee Pot Diner in Bedford, Greensburg Train Station and George Westinghouse Bridge. $5; free for age 12 and younger. 221 N. Main St., Greensburg. 724-837-1500.

Wood Street Galleries: Through Dec. 31: "Workin' Down Under," artwork by Australian video and installation artists Philip Brophy, John Gillies, Christian Thompson, John Tonkin and Dennis Beaubois. 601 Wood St., Downtown. 412-471-5605.


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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Check out the Popular Salon of the People at Carnegie Museum

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Popular Salon of the People 1910-1996 and the 97th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual

at the Carnegie Museum of Art's Heinz Galleries

Exhibits Run from November 3, 2007 to January 21, 2008

A must see for anyone interested in art, especially because the exhibits showcase 86 years of Pittsburgh art as well as current work from Associated Artists of Pittsburgh members. My personal favorites are works Captivating Woman and Candleman from fine art photographer Aaronel deRoy Gruber (97th Annual) and an abstract painting from Richard Bancroft Beaman (1909-2003).

Carnegie Museum of Art 4400 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh 15213 Oakland www.carnegiemuseums.org 412-622-3131 Permanent collection includes contemporary art, late 19th-century American art, French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist, European and American decorative arts from the 17th century to the present; the Heinz Architectural Center, which exhibits architectural drawings and models; and the largest collection of architectural plaster casts in the United States. Home to the Carnegie International. Cafe. Admission. Hours: Tues-Sat, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun, noon-5 p.m. Closed Mondays


The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 6300 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh 15232 www.aapgh.org/ Shadyside 412-361-1370 Exhibit and Events Happen Throughout Pittsburgh: www.aapgh.org/events.html The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is the largest group of visual artists in the Pittsburgh region. Our almost 500 members represent creative talent in all artistic media a term than continues to change rapidly in this information age. The purpose of the association, which was founded in 1910, is to foster a love of the fine arts and to advance art in the region. The group is governed by a volunteer board of directors, each of whom is either an artist or community member, elected for a term of three years. Officers serve for one year. A part-time administrator coordinates business activities.


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Friday, December 14, 2007

Give the Gift of Local Pittsburgh Art Rick Byerly's Photography Prints

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Support a local Pittsburgh Artist and give the gift of Fine Art Photography Prints for the Holiday Season or any time of the year! My website http://www.uniquetake.com/ handles orders and online payments. *Most images at http://www.uniquetake.com/ are in stock and ready for free local delivery or free delivery via usps. To ensure the print you want is in stock email http://www.blogger.com/rick@uniquetake.com. Black wood frames are available for sale and for local free delivery.

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Shadyside:

Rick Byerly's Color Nature and Macro Photography for sale at The Great Frame Up 818 S Aiken Avenue at Walnut Street Shadyside Village Pittsburgh, PA 15232 412-682-4443 http://www.pittsburgh.thegreatframeup.com/ The Great Frame Up is family owned and operated by Sisters & Local Residents, Jan Steinle and Carole Brecht. Custom framing, a storefront Wall Art Gallery, and much more. Hours: Monday thru Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm Sunday Closed



Blawnox:

Rick Byerly's Black and White Texture Photography for sale at Turner Jewelers Blawnox, PA 15238 401 Freeport Road 412-828-4740 Fine jewelry, unique concepts, artist designed. Art on display. http://turnerjewelers.com/ Hours: Tues., Wed., Fri. 10-6; Thurs. 10-8; Sat. 10-4.


South Side:


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Weekly List of Pittsburgh Art Events Dec. 13 to Dec. 19

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Current Art Shows for the Week:

709 Penn Avenue Gallery: Through Dec. 21: "Theatre by Design: From Sketches to Stage," works by Pittsburgh-area set, costume and lighting designers Annemarie Duggan, Karen Glass, K.J. Gilmer, Don Magone, Edward J. Powers and Julie Allerdice Ray. 709 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412-471-6070.


Alex Fletcher Memorial Art Center: Through Dec. 22: "Yule Like It," show and sale of gift artwork by Greensburg Art Club members, with ornaments by Keystone Carvers. 230 Todd School Road, Hempfield. 724-837-6791.


The Andy Warhol Museum: Through March 30: "Ron Mueck at the Andy Warhol," seven sculptures realistically depicting humans. Through Dec. 30: "Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol," abstract watercolors by nearly blind O'Keeffe in her 90s; "Elusive Signs: Bruce Nauman Works with Light," 16 neon lights and light-room installations; "Andy and Oz: Parallel Visions," photographs, paintings and sculpture by nine Australian artists influenced by Warhol; and "Body/Booty," exhibit on body ornamentation through dress, paint, tattoos, makeup, piercings and scent. $12; $9 for senior citizens; $8 for students and children. 117 Sandusky St., North Side. 412-237-8300.


The Art Loft: Through Jan. 4: "In Print," works by Pittsburgh Print Group artists. 615 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. 414-563-3003.


Artists Image Resource: Sat.-Jan. 13: "11th Annual Projects Exhibition," works by Nick Bubash, Nathan Mould, Jefferson Pinder and others. Opening reception, 7-9 p.m. Sat. 518 Foreland St., North Side. 412-321-8664.


Associated Artists of Butler County Art Center: Through Jan. 2: Annual holiday show and sale of 250-plus works by regional artists; photographs and paintings by Claire "Vimala" Anderson; wood sculpture by Mike Sanderson; photographs by Denise Garrott of re-enactors portraying 18th-century American Indians, sutlers, traders, soldiers, missionaries and craftsmen; and 25th anniversary exhibit on Butler County Spinners & Weavers Guild. 344 S. Main St., Butler. 724-283-6922.


Blue Horse Cafe: Through Dec. 31: "Mainstay Life Services Resident Art Show," works by residents of Mainstay Life Services group homes for people with developmental disabilities. Sales of works benefit Mainstay Life Services clients. 1535 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. 412-344-3640.


Borelli-Edwards Galleries: Through Jan. 12: "Mary M. Mazziotti," paintings of food, cowgirls, Pittsburgh landmarks, medieval miniatures and death. 3583 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412-687-2606.


Bost Building: Through March 17: "Steel: Made in Pennsylvania," traveling State Museum of Pennsylvania exhibit of photographer Don Giles' 2005-06 images of abandoned and active Pennsylvania steel mills. 623 E. Eighth Ave., Homestead. 412-464-4020.


BoxHeart Gallery: Through Dec. 31: Holiday sale of works by multiple artists. 4523 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield. 412-687-8858.


Bulgarian-Macedonian National Education & Cultural Center: Through March 21: Donated oils, watercolors and limited-edition prints, including lithographs of paintings by Vladimir Dimitrov. 449-451 W. Eighth Ave., West Homestead. 412-461-6188.


Carnegie Museum of Art: Through Jan. 4: "Neapolitan Presepio," elaborate Nativity scene depicted by 100-plus miniature figures handmade from 1700-1830. Through March 31: "Forum 61: Lowry Burgess," paintings by Carnegie Mellon University art professor. Through Jan. 21: "Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 97th Annual Exhibition," 124 pieces by 76 regional artists, and "Popular Salon of the People: 1910-2006," works by 75-plus notable Pittsburgh artists and past participants in AAP's annual shows. Through Jan. 13: "Picturing Childhood: Pictorialist Family Photography, circa 1890-1950," images of middle- and upper-middle-class family life by native Pittsburgh photographers Charles Hart Spencer, Charles H. Breed and Walter Munhall. Through Jan. 27: "On a Grand Scale: The Hall of Architecture at 100," about 150 plaster, architectural casts commissioned by Andrew Carnegie. Through Feb. 20 in Hall of Sculpture: "Untitled (Domestic)," work cast by Rachel Whiteread from staircase in 18th-century home of British naval hero Adm. Lord Nelson. Through Feb. 10: "Designed to Be Lit," candlesticks, candelabras, oil and electric lamps from museum's collection. Through Dec. 13: "A Celebration of the Women's Committee of Carnegie Museum of Art's 50th Anniversary," 50 works (sculpture, paintings, films, etc.) acquired with committee funds. $10; $7 for senior citizens; $6 for children and students; free for age 2 and younger. 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-622-3131.


Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Ongoing: "Dinosaurs in Their Time," new exhibit showcases 19 specimens in Mesozoic Era-like settings. Through Jan. 27: "Mongolian Calligraphy by Jalair Dovdon Batbayar," 35 paintings. Through Jan. 8: "Carnaval," videos, photographs and costumes from "carnival" celebrations around the world. Through Jan. 6: "Luxe Life: Masterpieces of American Jewelry" in new Wertz Gallery: Gems and Jewelry. $10; $7 for senior citizens; $6 for children and students; free for age 2 and younger. 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-622-3131.


Carnegie Science Center: Ongoing: Miniature Railroad & Village with new model of Forbes Field. Through May 31: "Bodies ... The Exhibition," view body's systems in preserved human specimens at SportsWorks. "Bodies" admission: $22 for nonmembers, $16 for nonmembers ages 3-12; $14 for members, $10 for members ages 3-17. Through June: "From Sea to Shining Sea: 200 Years of Charting America's Coasts," 20 posters commemorating 200th anniversary of original survey of U.S. coasts. Through Jan. 31: "Zap! Surgery Beyond the Cutting Edge," interactive multimedia exhibit on medical-surgical uses of electromagnetic waves, sound waves and lasers. Ongoing: Hubble Space Telescope images, UPMC SportsWorks, USS Requin submarine and Miniature Railroad & Village with new scale model of Forbes Field. $14; $10 for senior citizens and ages 3-12; $5 each Tues. for age 62 and older; free for members. 1 Allegheny Ave., North Shore. 412-237-3400.


Chatham University Art & Design Center: Ongoing: "Jerry Caplan: A Memorial Installation," sculpture, watercolors, drawings and ceramics by late art professor; "Prajna Paramita Parasher: Pierced by the Prism of Shadow," large digital prints; with works by Emma Masley, Henry Koerner, Liana Dragoman, Susana Amundarain and Charles LeClair. Chatham University, 106 Woodland Road, Shadyside. 412-365-1106.


Chatham University Art Gallery: Through Dec. 20: "Culture in Context: African Art from the Olkes Collection," artwork from 12 sub-Saharan cultures. Woodland Hall, Chatham University, 106 Woodland Road, Shadyside. 412-365-1106.


Clay Place: Through Dec. 22: "Scott Cornish: Recent Works." 1 Walnut St., Suite 2, Carnegie. 412-276-3260.


Community College of Allegheny County: CCAC Visual Arts Center, North Lincoln and Galveston Avenue, North Side. 412-237-2621.Community College of Allegheny County, Boyce Campus, 575 Beatty Road, Monroeville. 724-373-0277.


Community College of Beaver County: Library at CCBC, 1 Campus Drive, Center Township, Beaver County. 724-775-8561, ext. 274.


Conney Kimbo Gallery: Ongoing: Jazz memorabilia includes photos, posters, sheet music, Mary Lou Williams' piano and xylophone once owned by Lionel Hampton. Main Floor, William Pitt Union, 3959 Fifth Ave., Oakland. 412-383-7165.


Digging Pitt Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "The Blogger Show," works by 30 artists. 417 Butler St. (at 45th Street), Lawrenceville. 412-605-0450.


Elan Fine Art Gallery: Through Jan. 4: "Deck the Halls 2007," works by Charles Pitcher, Sarah Beitler, Ron Donoughe, Paul Jay, Jan Jay and Ron Thurston. 427 Broad St., Sewickley. 412-749-0427.


Fe Gallery: Fri.-Feb. 9: "Good on Paper." Opening reception, 7-9 p.m. Fri. 4102 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412-860-6028.


Fein Art Gallery: Through Feb. 7: "The Pittsburgh Group: Celebrating Women in the Arts for Over 30 Years," paintings, sculpture and jewelry by 15 artists. 519 E. Ohio St., North Side. 412-321-6816.


First Avenue Corridor: Through Fri.: Sculpture by James Shipman, Pati Beachley, Adrienne Heinrich, Bob Ziller, Jennifer Bechak, Robert Brandegee, Tim Pisano and John Eastman. Near Eliza Furnace bike trail entrance at First Avenue Parking Garage, 600 First Ave., Uptown. 412-657-1801.


Fort Pitt Museum: Ongoing: "Fort Pitt Museum: Keystone of the Frontier," artifacts include war drum, engraved tomahawk, powder horns, pistols, flags and garments of French and Indian War era. $5; $4 for age 60 and older; $2 for ages 6-17. Point State Park, 101 Commonwealth Place, Downtown. 412-281-9284.


Frick Art & Historical Center: Through Feb. 3: "From J.P. Morgan to Henry Clay Frick," furniture, bronzes, porcelains and other decorative items collected by famed financier and industrialist. 7227 Reynolds St., Point Breeze. 412-371-0600.


Gallerie Chiz: Through Jan. 5: "Off-the-Wall, Take-It-Home-for-the-Holidays Show." 5831 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-441-6005.


Gallery on 43rd Street: Through Dec. 31: "Ten Years of Courageous Nonsense," works on paper by Mark Gualtieri and T.K. Mundok. 187 43rd St., Lawrenceville. 412-683-6488.


Geno's Restaurant & Big Belly Deli: Through Wed.: Bronze sculptures by Susan Wagner. 5147 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412-781-3432.


Hillman Library: Through Dec. 21: "Great Crested Flycatcher," life-size, engraved and hand-colored print (circa 1832) by Robert Havell of original watercolor by J.J. Audubon. Ground floor of Hillman Library, Forbes Avenue and Bigelow Boulevard, Oakland. 412-648-3330.


Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts: Through Dec. 21: Gouache paintings -- small landscapes -- by Thomas Paquette; annual exhibit of Hoyt Artists' Association, with adjacent artists' market; "Sweet Sixteen: A Memorial Tribute to Linda Fruhwald"; and "Annual Senior Exhibition." 124 E. Leasure Ave., New Castle. 724-652-2882.


Humble Beginnings Art Gallery & Studio: Ongoing: Show and sale of landscapes, seascapes, wildlife paintings, wildlife drawings and other works by Ralph Johns. 4121 Main St., Bloomfield. 412-683-9003.


Indiana County Historical Museum: Through Jan. 11: "Fourth Annual Indiana County Artists Show." Through March 31: "Rainbow Diamond Glass Exhibit," locally made glassware by Indiana Glass Co., Northwood Glass, Dugan Glass and Diamond Glassware Co. 621 Wayne Ave., Indiana, Indiana County. 724-463-9600.


John Edward Gallery of Fine Arts: Through Dec. 30: Acrylic monotypes by Alison Newman that depict abstract shapes formed by trees and foliage. Gallery is at Schmidt's Springhouse Antiques, Route 66 at Pfeffer Road, Washington Township (Export area), Westmoreland County. 724-325-2577.


Keystone Cafe: Through Dec. 31: Show and sale of works in varied media by 20-plus artists. 416 Clay Ave., Jeannette. 412-638-5263.


Latrobe Art Center: Through Jan. 5: "Home for the Holidays," exhibit of holiday-theme works in varied media by gallery members. Through Jan. 12: "Feel the Frost," show and sale of works in varied media by gallery members. 819 Ligonier St., Latrobe. 724-537-7011.


MCG @ 800 Penn Avenue Gallery: Through Jan. 6: "Decode 2," works created in workshop with sound and textile artist Christy Matson. 800 Penn Ave., Downtown. 412-322-1773, ext. 378.


Macy's: Through Dec. 31: Works by eight area portrait artists: Rick Antolic, David C. Barker, Robert Daley, Yvonne Kozlina, Peggy Leonard, Kit Paulsen, Mark Kay Richardson and Christine Swann. Ninth Floor, Macy's Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street, Downtown. 412-915-8954.


Manchester Craftsmen's Guild: Through Jan 6: "Decode," works by sound and textile artist Christy Matson, with installation by Jason Van Anden. 1815 Metropolitan St., Manchester section of North Side. 412-322-1773.


Manderino Gallery of Fine Arts: Through Jan. 10: "A Magic Web: The Tropical Forest of Barro Colorado Island," traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibit of 40 large-format color photos by Christian Ziegler. Third Floor, Manderino Library, California University of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave., California, Washington County. 724-938-5840.


Maridon Museum: Ongoing: More than 100 antique Meissen porcelain figures including 15-member monkey band, Chinese and Japanese art, and art nouveau porcelain pieces from collection of Mary Hulton Phillips. $4; $3 for senior citizens and students. 322 N. McKean St., Butler. 724-282-0123.


Mattress Factory: Through Jan. 20: "India: New Installations, Part II," works by Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Hema Upadhyay and Anita Dube of Raqs Media Collective of New Delhi, India. $10; $5 for students; free for members. Ongoing: "House Poem," hand-calligraphed work on facade of 408 Sampsonia Way refuge of Chinese poet Huang Xiang. $8; $5 for senior citizens and students. 500 Sampsonia Way, North Side. 412-231-3169.


Memorial Park Presbyterian Church, Huston Room: Through Dec. 31: "North Hills Artists Paint Europe," watercolors by Joanne Baxter, Sandy Crocker, Rocco Prologo, Joan Scheuring and Nancy Smith. 8800 Peebles Road, McCandless. 412-364-9492.


Mendelson Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "Old Friends, New Work," works by David Lewis, Robert C. Brandegee and Steve Mendelson. 5874 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-361-8664.


Michael Berger Gallery: Through Jan. 12: "Small But Mighty," paintings by Cheonae Kim. 415 Gettysburg St., Point Breeze. 412-441-4282.


Modern Formations Gallery: Through Jan. 25: "New Soil Experiments: Works by Jairan Sadeghi." 4919 Penn Ave., Garfield. 412-362-0274.


Monroeville Public Library Gallery Space: Through Dec. 29: "Immaterial," ceramic works by John Dorinsky. 4000 Gateway Campus Blvd., Monroeville. 412-372-0500.


Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery: Through Jan. 19: "Teapots! 2nd Invitational," teapots in glass, ceramic, fiber, wood and mixed media. 5833 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412-441-5200.


North Hills Art Center: Through Dec. 31: "2008 Holiday Gift Sale," handmade works include jewelry, pottery, paintings, florals, scarves, metal works and cards. 3432 Babcock Blvd., Ross. 412-364-3622.


Paul Stewart Museum: Ongoing: Geological specimens include rocks, minerals, fossils, gems, meteors, dinosaur fossils, petrified woods and locally unearthed mastodon tooth. Waynesburg University, 51 W. College St., Waynesburg. 724-852-3214.


Penn Avenue & Seventh Street Parklet: Ongoing: "Magnolias for Pittsburgh," installation by sculptor Tony Tasset features 22-foot reproduction flowering trees. Parklet at Seventh Street and Penn Avenue, Downtown. 412-471-6082.


Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens: Through Feb. 24: "Chihuly at Phipps: Gardens and Glass," flamboyant, monumental glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly. Daytime admission (9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily): $12.50; $11.50 for students and senior citizens; $7.50 for ages 2-18; free for younger children and members. Evening admission (6-10 p.m. Wed.-Sat.): $15; $7.50 for members. Reservations recommended. Schenley Park Drive, Oakland. 412-622-6914.


Pittsburgh Center for the Arts: Through Jan. 27: "Pittsburgh Filmmakers/ Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Members Show," "Aqueous Open International" (Pittsburgh Watercolor Society), "A Tryst With Glass" (Craftsmen's Guild of Pittsburgh) and "A Variation of Unknown Medical Significance" by Sandy Kessler Kaminski. Fifth and Shady avenues, Shadyside. 412-361-0455.


Pittsburgh Filmmakers Galleries: Through Dec. 21: "Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Members Show." 7477 Melwood Ave., Oakland. 412-681-5449.


Pittsburgh Glass Center: Through March 30: "Recollections," works by Michael Rogers and Richard Hirsch. 5472 Penn Ave., Garfield. 412-365-2145.


Pittsburgh International Airport: Ongoing: "Pittsburgh Mosaics," 4- by 13-foot glass mosaics by Daviea Davis, on facing walls of airport's landside people movers (automated trains). Routes 60 and 576, Findlay. 412-365-2145.


Regina Gouger Miller Gallery: Through Dec. 21: Works by Patricia Maurides, Michelle Stitzlein and Julie Stunden. Purnell Center for the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave., Oakland. 412-268-3877.
Renaissance Gallery: Through Dec . 31: "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year." 428 Washington Ave., Carnegie. 412-279-0411.


Schoolhouse Arts Center: Through Dec. 28: "New Beginnings," paintings, note cards, silk scarves and other works by South Arts members. 2600 South Park Road, Bethel Park. 412-835-9010.


Sen. John Heinz History Center: Through Feb. 10: "Pittsburgh Steelers 75th Season Celebration: Treasures from the Pro Football Hall of Fame." Ongoing: "Clash of Empires: The British, French & Indian War, 1754-63," items include life-size figures, Robert Griffing paintings and 26-foot birch canoe; "Glass: Shattering Notions" explores Pittsburgh's glassmaking history; "Points in Time: Building a Life in Western Pennsylvania, 1750-Today"; "Journey to Freedom: Underground Railroad"; and Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. $9; $7 for age 62 and older; $5 for students and ages 6-18; free for age 5 and younger and members. 1212 Smallman St., Strip District. 412-454-6000.


Silver Eye Center for Photography: Through Feb. 2: "Proof," photographs by Fellowship 2007 Award winner Caleb Charland feature everyday objects depicting art and science; and photographs by Barry Banner and Rita Maas. 1015 E. Carson St., South Side. 412-431-1810.


Soldiers & Sailors National Military Museum & Memorial: Through Sept. 29: "Lincoln's Pittsburgh Address," furnishings from Monongahela House where President-elect Lincoln stayed Feb. 14, 1861, en route to inauguration. $5 for age 14 and older; $3 for ages 6-13 and age 60 and older. 4141 Fifth Ave., Oakland. 412-621-4253.


South Bank Galleries: Through Dec. 31: Lithographs, etchings and drawings by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and Marc Chagall. 1300 E. Carson St., South Side. 412-488-6688.


Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art: Exhibits at multiple sites.
&#149 Altoona: Through March 9: "Judith Consel Vipond: The Magnificent and Macabre," 27 mixed-media paintings. Through Jan. 7: "Antique Dolls: A Holiday Celebration." Through Jan. 27: "Face of India: Photography by Donald M. Robinson." Brett Building, 1210 11th Ave., Altoona. 814-946-4464.
&#149 Johnstown: Through Feb. 3: "Nicholas Unkovic Steuben Glass Collection," 80 crystal sculptures made from 1940-80. Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, 450 Schoolhouse Road (University of Pittsburgh), Johnstown. 814-269-7234.
&#149 Ligonier: Through Feb. 24: "Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts Annual Regional Juried Exhibition," 71 works. Boucher Lane and Route 711 South, Ligonier. 724-238-6015.
&#149 Loretto: Through Feb. 10: "Chuck Olson: Visual Histories," 100-plus paintings by fine arts department chairman. St. Francis University, 117 Evergreen Drive, Loretto, Cambria County. 814-472-3920.


SPACE: Through Dec. 31: "New Works from Utopia: Paintings by Australian Aboriginal Artists." 812 Liberty Ave., Downtown. 412-325-7723.


Third Street Gallery: Ongoing: Oils, pastels, watercolors, jewelry and pottery by Philip Salvato and other area artists. 220 Third St., Carnegie. 412-276-5233.


The Tom Museum: Through Dec. 31: Exhibit of artist-made books. 410 Sampsonia Way, North Side. 412-657-7513.


ToonSeum Gallery: Through Dec. 31: "From Illustration to Animation: Picture Books Come Alive Through the Art of Animation," 600-plus cartoon-art items range from production notes to finished cels. Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, 10 Children's Way, Allegheny Square, North Side. 412-586-6023.


Tunnel Gallery: Through Sat. "Nowhere/Land Ho," works by Cara Eraskine. 5515 Penn Ave., East End. 412-867-7453.


Westminster College Art Gallery: Through Fri.: "Personal Expression -- Brutal Edge," works by art educator James Rettinger. Westminster College, 310 S. Market St., New Wilmington, Lawrence County. 724-946-7266.

Westmoreland County Courthouse: Through Jan. 28: "2007 History Through Art," 60 works depicting historical Southwestern Pennsylvania. Sponsored by Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts and Westmoreland County Courthouse Centennial Committee. Lobby of Westmoreland County Courthouse, 2 N. Main St., Greensburg. 724-834-3934.


Westmoreland Museum of American Art: Through Jan. 13: "Let's Play: The Holiday Toy and Train Exhibition," antique and modern toys and trains include four G-gauge trains set in Western Pennsylvania landscape with Grandview Ship Hotel, Coffee Pot Diner in Bedford, Greensburg Train Station and George Westinghouse Bridge. $5; free for age 12 and younger. 221 N. Main St., Greensburg. 724-837-1500.


William Pitt Student Union: 1-4 p.m. Sat.: "Cracow Creche," miniature buildings made of cardboard, colored foil, ribbon and other materials by students enrolled in workshop on this traditional Polish folk craft. Lower level of William Pitt Student Union, 3959 Fifth Ave., Oakland. 412-835-0539.


Wood Street Galleries: Through Dec. 31: "Workin' Down Under," artwork by Australian video and installation artists Philip Brophy, John Gillies, Christian Thompson, John Tonkin and Dennis Beaubois. 601 Wood St., Downtown. 412-471-5605.



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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Calling All Pittsburgh Filmmakers to Celebrate the Big 250

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Calling All Pittsburgh Filmmakers to Celebrate the Big 250

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Narratives will be a series of short fictional narrative films by local filmmakers, each portraying the experience of one of the diverse neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.

Local filmmakers Andrew Halasz and Kristen Lauth Shaeffer are currently looking for filmmakers to participate in the project, first by submitting a treatment by January 1, 2008. Filmmakers whose stories speak most strongly to the personality of their community will then be engaged to write a script and begin production for their short film.

The completed shorts will be compiled for screenings throughout the city next fall, as a way to celebrate Pittsburgh’s 250th year in 2008.

For complete information about participating: www.pghneighborhoodnarratives.com

Become a myspace friend to help spread the word! www.myspace.com/pghneighborhoodnarratives

Questions? greetings@pghneighborhoodnarratives.com




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Blogger Show at Panza Gallery Millvale

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@Panza Gallery - Reception: December 15, 6-9PM

The Blogger Show @Panza Gallery - November 10, 2007 - January 12, 2008

Public reception December 15
Panza Gallery - 115 Sedgwick Street - Millvale PA 15209

WE/Th/FR 10-5 SA 10-3 and by appointment - 412-821-0959

The art bloggers exhibiting at Panza Gallery will focus on local and regional artists. In addition, a small group of artists will present works that are informed by journaling.

Kevin Clancy (Boston MA and Pittsburgh PA) - soft soft pink pulls through the ivory void
Oranje
Christiane D
Serendipity
Digging Pittsburgh Arts
find the time to rhyme
Amy Wilson (New York, NY) - working



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Silver Eye Programs that make wonderful gifts

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For more info go to their site: www.silvereye.org

Programs that make wonderful gifts:

Why Should I have a Web Site?, Tuesday, January 8, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Award winning photographer, Jim Judkis, has some answers for you. He will explain how a photographic website will provide a positive impact on the presentation of your work. Members, $7.00; Non-members, $10.00. Refreshments will be served. Reservations recommended.

Point of View Writing Workshop, Thursdays, January 17, 24, 31 at 7:00 p.m. These three evenings of generative writing will use a current photography exhibition at Silver Eye as a jumping off point to create flash fiction. Moderator Sherrie Flick is co-founder and artistic director of the Gist Street Reading Series. Reservations required. Limited to 12. Members and students, $15.00; Non-members, $20.00. Price for all three sessions. Click here to see the results from previous Point of View workshops.

Marketing Concepts for Photographers, Wednesday, January 23, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Photographer Larry Berman of Berman Graphics will present this evening seminar about getting results from your web site. Berman has built over 150 artist web sites, writes for Shutterbug Magazine and beta tests Adobe Photoshop. Members, $20.00; Non-members, $25.00. Reservations recommended. Refreshments will be served.

Portfolio Reviews, Saturday, February 2, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Don’t miss this professional development opportunity! Silver Eye offers portfolio reviews with three local professionals from the photographic community. Members, $125.00; Non-members, $150.00. Reservations required.

For reservations and more information, call education coordinator Sylvia Ehler, 412-431-1810 or click here to send her an email. Click here to learn about all of Silver Eye's current programs.

Silver Eye will be closed December 22 - 26, 2007.

Silver Eye Center for Photography
1015 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

412-431-1810
www.silvereye.org


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Uncanny Valley Rally Rossum’s Robotic Art Collective

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The Brew House Association
2100 Mary Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 412-381-7767
www.brew-house.org

The Uncanny Valley Rally is an exhibition of work from the Rossum’s Robotic Art Collective. Participating Rossum’s artists include Jennifer Gooch, Joey Hays, Ian Ingram, Greg Satul, Tiffany Sum, Rexy Tseng, Gregory Witt, Derk Wolmuth and Garth Zeglin. Also participating in the show is Doug Hill, a self taught artist who makes complex mechanical sculptures out of cardboard and the participants of the Robot 250 Brew House Open Studio taught by Tom Sarver and Ian Ingram.

Robot 250 is an educational, research and celebratory project being developed to coincide with Pittsburgh’s 250th anniversary celebration. Student workshops, open studios for local artists and the curious, giant public robotic sculptural installations, tours, and exhibitions will highlight our region’s leadership position in robotics education, research, invention, manufacture and art.

Space 101 activities are free and open to the public. Exhibitions are made possible by the Small Arts Initiative of the Heinz Endowments, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, an anonymous donor and
individual contributions. The BHA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


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Deck Your Walls at Moxie Dada Gallery

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Deck Your Walls

http://www.moxiedada.com/
Treat yourself to some of Pittsburgh's best and most unique artists this holiday season at the moxie DaDA gallery! moxie will be hosting events each Saturday through the 23rd of December showcasing not only the best of our repertory artists, but fantastic craftspeople as well!

Saturday December 8: Jewelry
Saturday December 15: Ceramics (highlighted by the fantastic work of our Firehouse Ceramics Studios partners!)
Saturday December 23: Select Art

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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Upcoming Exhibitions @ Box Heart Gallery

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* Celebrate the Season December 11 - January 1, 2008

Public Reception: Saturday, December 15th: 11 am - 7 pm

Holiday exhibition and sale! Free and open to the public.

It's that time of the year again! Box Heart Gallery extends the warmest holiday wishes to all of our fabulous artists and customers. Without all of you, Box Heart Gallery would not be possible.

Stop in this month for creative gifts or simply to view the art and have a glass of cider and enjoy holiday treats! Featuring an outstanding display of the many artists that have exhibited with us over the years, we also offer Gift Certificates, Gift Wrapping, and Custom Framing.
All purchases throughout December are 10% off!

Box Heart's 2007 Hot Picks for Holiday Gifts

Special Holiday Hours:

December 15: 10 am - 7 pm December 21: 10 am - 7 pm December 22: 10 am - 7 pm December 23: 12 pm - 5 pm December 24: 10 am - 3 pm December 25: closed December 31: closed January 1: closed

Box Heart Gallery

4523 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224

P. 412 687 8858 F. 412 687 6338


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Monday, December 10, 2007

Unique Gifts by Pittsburgh Artists at the Great Frame Up in Shadyside

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For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Carole Brecht 412.682.4443 pittsburgh@thegreatframeup.com

New Giftware Collections Handcrafted by Pittsburgh Artisans

Now Available Year 'Round at The Great Frame Up of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pa Dec 5, 2007 -- Just in time for the holidays, The Great Frame Up in Shadyside has added new gift collections by local artists. These unique finds at this eclectic frame shop & art gallery will now be offered year 'round. Visit them in the Shadyside Village Shopping Center, located at S. Aiken & Walnut, where you’ll be dazzled by a broad array of colorful and interesting merchandise. Word is spreading around town as the featured artists draw in their loyal clients as well. The owners are always interested in meeting accomplished local artists who would like to consider having their merchandise displayed in the storefront - as an outreach to the community at large, and as a support system for the creators to house their work in a beautiful retail store with an accent on art.

Sewickley photographer Cathy Kelly displays a stunning collection of nature photographs, including extreme close-ups of flowers, fall leaves, snow scenes and butterflies. You can buy ready-to-frame prints of these remarkable images, as well as note cards & thank you notes, and her unique ceramic tiles. Carole Brecht, one of the frame shop owners says, “If you see them, you will be captivated by them.”

Perfect for holiday gift giving are large and small, beautiful hand knit scarves in a variety of yarns, and exquisitely crafted gem-stone and Swarovski crystal jewelry pieces, including those by Melinda Neid. Preview many of the colors and styles offered on The Great Frame Up’s website: http://www.pittsburgh.thegreatframeup.com/ .

The new gift collection has something for the Pittsburgh-lover, too. Choose from several one-of-a-kind framed Steeler keepsakes, or browse the pen-and-ink drawings of Pittsburgh city scenes to pair with just the right frame from The Great Frame Up’s vast collection of custom samples or pretty ready-mades. You’ll also find cypress Santas, unusual photographs by Rick Byerly, hand-sewn baby blankets, bibs and toys, and hand dipped chocolates beautifully wrapped. “It’s so exciting to see this much talent and creativity in our community,” Brecht says. “These artists inspire all of us, and it is fun to collaborate with them. I know our clients will enjoy it as well.” Next time you need a unique, one-of-a-kind gift for a friend, relative or neighbor, created by a local artisan, think The Great Frame Up of Pittsburgh, in Shadyside Village at the corner of S Aiken @ Walnut. 412.682.4443 * http://www.pittsburgh.thegreatframeup.com/ * pittsburgh@thegreatframeup.com


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ModernFormations Gallery Hours Garfield

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ModernFormations Gallery and Performance Space

4919 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh 15224 http://www.modernformations.com/ Garfield 412-362-0274 Owner Jennifer Quinio.

Gallery hours: Thur 6-9 pm, Sat 1-4 pm, or by appointment. Monthly Rotation of Art, part of Unblurred, First Fridays of the Month.


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Sunday, December 9, 2007

Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School at Zombo Gallery Dec 15

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Hosted By::
Dr. Sketchy Pittsburgh

When:
Saturday Dec 15, 2007
at 8:00 PM

Where::
Zombo Gallery
4900 Hatfield Street
Pittsburgh, Lawrenceville, PA 15201
United States


Tis the season to sketch scantily clad models at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School. Warm up at our Space Age Bachelor Pad aka Zombo Gallery.

Tis the season to sketch scantily clad models at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School. Warm up at our Space Age Bachelor Pad aka Zombo Gallery.

When: Saturday December 15th 8:00 PM-11:00 PM

Where: Zombo Gallery, 4900 Hatfield Street, Lawrenceville

What: It’s Dr. Sketchy, where artist and their ilk draw, sketch and otherwise capture the exotic beauty of our Dr. Sketchy Girls. Not your run of the mill models. Quirky and unique. The Dr. Sketchy girls will be modeling in the latest 50’s space age fashion Special guest models and featuring our lovely spokesmodel Miss Ashley Stone. As always games, prizes and liberal libatations to limber up your creativity. Bring your sketch book and supplies. Feel free to dress the theme, smoking jackets always permitted.

Hosted by cartooning character Wayno. Tunes provided by Pittsburgh’s hippest hipster DJ Zombo!

Costumes provided by Spotlight Cotume.

Cover charge of 10 bucks supports the ToonSeum Gallery, Pittsburgh’s museum of cartoon arts.

Liquid inspiration will be on hand for an additional donation. Must be 18 to attend, must be 21 to embibe.

for more information visit www.myspace.com/drsketchypgh

or email joe@drsketchypgh.com

RSVP reccommended as space is limited!


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Saturday, December 8, 2007

garfield friendship art shows exhibits for the month

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unblurred was this past friday but you can still check out the artwork for this month- see www.pghgalleries.com for each gallery's hours


Friday, December 7

5PM-8PM | TORO'S - 5128 PENN AVENUE
SOUL FOOD Mrs. Jackie Smith, owner of the family establishment, is back in the Kitchen. Join Toro's and enjoy the selections from her menu and drink specials between 5:00p.m. and 8:00p.m. For more information: 412-441-4109.

6PM-8PM | BRILLOBOX - 4104 PENN AVE.
SOFT ROCK HAPPY HOUR Come and start your art wanderings while enjoying the smooth soul soothing sounds of classic soft rock while sipping on retro drink specials. For more info: 412.621.4900. www.myspace.com/brilloboxevents

6PM-9PM | PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER - 5472 PENN AVE.
HOLIDAY GLASS SALE Festive, funky and fanciful glass gifts for sale at PGC for two days only! Regional glass artists will display unique vessels, sculptures and jewelry in all price ranges. Purchase a gift for a friend or treat yourself. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 412-365-2145 ext. 201. www.pittsburghglasscenter.org.

6PM-9PM | METAMORPHOSE - CORNER OF PENN & GROSS
HOLIDAY SHOW Kick off the holiday season with Metamorphose and enjoy Melodie Harris' lithographs of the human form as well as West Virginia artist Kayla Field's paintings that explode with creative color. We have lots of arty gift items including hand blown glass by Jason Amstutz, glass jewelery by Daleen Saures, hand knit shawls and scarves by Mame Phillips, and amazing one of a kind qroquet jewelery and handbags by Aimee Manion. More jewelery by Patrice Lehockey, Adam Cannon, and of course handmade clothing by Monica Phillips and Marci Ghering. Join us for art, holiday treats and hot chocolate! More info 412-277-1238.

6:30PM-10PM | MOST WANTED FINE ART - 5015 PENN AVE.
THE HOLIDAY SHOW! Group show with artists Jason Sauer, John Lysak and Mohawk Mike Cutright. Grand Snafu will be on stage at 9pm! For more info: www.most-wantedfineart.com mostwantedfineart@yahoo.com 570-575-6557
Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Noon - 6pm.

7PM-9PM | GARFIELD ARTWORKS - 4931 PENN AVE.
NEW WORKS By Juliana Morris and Dino Misetic. Ambient music by Pancreatic Aardvarks. Donation suggested. For more info: 412-361-2262 www.garfieldartworks.com

7PM-9PM | THE CLAY PENN - 5111 PENN AVE.
HOLIDAY SHOW The Clay Penn presents a Holiday show featuring the work of local and national artists. Enjoy a wide variety of work including ceramics, paintings, prints, assemblages and pen and ink drawings. The Holiday show will run through January 3rd and will be open by appointment by calling 412 951-6133. December 15th and 16th, the Clay Penn will have an additional Holiday Sale from noon - 7 p.m. each day. Refreshments will be provided.

7PM-9PM | <> S P A C E - 4823 PENN AVE.
STUDENT SHOW An exhibit of work by students in the Art Department of Westmoreland County Community College. Enjoy food, beverages art and fun.

7PM-9PM | INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S ART GALLERY - 5020 PENN AVE.
SOCIETAL CIRCUS Tarp paintings by Todd Pinkham, and ROUSSEAU'S GARDEN group show. Live music and refreshments. For more info: defazio@cup.edu.

7PM-10PM | ABYSSINIA GALLERY - 5515 PENN AVENUE
CHAMPAIGN ART FASHION SHOW Featuring artist Jorge, coordinated by Michelle Goodman Studios Admission $5. Showings at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00p.m. For more information: 412-654-1408.

7PM-11PM | MODERNFORMATIONS GALLERY & PERFORMANCE SPACE - 4919 PENN AVE.
NEW SOIL EXPERIMENTS: WORKS BY JAIRAN SADEGHI Modernformations is proud to present the Grand Prize winner of its Annual Juried Spring Salon. Jairan has had the freedom to transform the gallery space into something that compliments her original artwork, talent, and personality. Join the gallery for the surprise and celebration of this creativity. Thru January 25th. 412.362.0274 www.modernformations.com

8PM-10PM | KELLY-STRAYHORN THEATER - 5941 PENN AVE.
DANCE ALLOY THEATER PRESENTS: ...A DIFFERENT DRUMMER (OPENING NIGHT!) An evening of percussive possibilities, physical feats and poignant play. This non-traditional holiday performance for the whole family features the work of Canadian choreographer MARINA HARRIS, the international sensation PILOBOLUS and a world-premiere by NYC choreographer DAVID PARKER featuring the incredible sounds of Dilworth Traditional Academy’s 4th and 5th grade ‘World Drummers’. The show continues through December 10th. Tickets are $20/general admission $15/students & seniors. 412.363.4321 www.dancealloy.org

8PM-11PM | ATTACK THEATRE - 4805 PENN AVE.
GAME NIGHT AND THE SEVEN-MINUTE DANCE SERIES Join Attack Theatre for some good old-fashioned schoolyard fun and games: Four-Square, backgammon, 3-D tic-tac-toe, vintage Atari games, darts and Connect Four. Between games, enjoy excerpts from Attack Theatre's upcoming Preserve and Pursue and the Holiday Pops production. Everyone is welcome, donations suggested. Sponsored in part by UPMC. www.attacktheatre.com 412.441.8444.

10PM-2AM | BRILLOBOX - 4104 PENN AVE.
DJ DANCE PARTY Hosted by DJ D-bag and Tommy Dreamer: come and end your art wanderings by getting down and dirty with the styling sounds of DJ D-bag and tommy dreamer. $3
412.726.8461. www.myspace.com/brilloboxevents

Saturday, December 8

10AM-4PM | PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER - 5472 PENN AVE.
HOLIDAY GLASS SALE + MAKE YOUR OWN ORNAMENT Festive, funky and fanciful glass gifts for sale at PGC for two days only! Regional glass artists will display unique vessels, sculptures and jewelry in all price ranges. Purchase a gift for a friend or treat yourself. Plus, sign up to make your own glass ornament for $25. For more information, call 412-365-2145 ext. 201. www.pittsburghglasscenter.org.

Sunday, December 9

6PM-9PM | THE OPEN DOOR - 801 N. NEGLEY AVENUE
FLIP THE SCRIPT Join us for "Flip the Script", a gathering of food, faith, art and solidarity. Featuring original choreography by Stephanie Thiel, performed by Labco dancers, Kelley Krepin-DeFade and Stephanie Thiel, and CAPA student, Shelby Thiel. Film by Jessica Fenlon and Invisible Children, music mixed and edited by Soy Sos. Bring a dish to share over a potluck dinner and have your head and heart challenged by original dance, film and song that explore issues of justice in the continent of Africa. Sponsored by the open door, www.pghopendoor.org for more information contact BJ Woodworth at bj@pghopendoor.org /412-215-6398


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a great link for pittsburgh art shows and exhibits

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from PittsburghLive

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art-iculate is looking for pittsburgh artists

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Articulate wants to let the public know about your events, your art and your opportunities. Please let us know your schedule of events- especially for the months of December and January. We will be highlighting your exhibitions, art, artists, and your opportunities in our monthly E-Newsletter as well as on our website. Please e-mail your events and news to allison@art-iculate.org or ash@ashgalleries.com. And since we will be doing this for every month, you may e-mail us with your news for free on the last Monday of every month. Spread the word, this service is free to all galleries regardless of Articulate membership. We think that it is extremely important to inform the public of your events and news.

-Allison Hoge


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