Monday, March 7, 2011

Women Artists of Pittsburgh Celebrated with Ladie’s Choice.

Women Artists of Pittsburgh Celebrated with Ladie’s Choice.

Lower Burrell, PA- March 26, 2011- Artform Tattoo & Gallery is honored to exhibit some of the finest local visual artists in Pittsburgh today. Women of different styles, backgrounds and career levels will be exhibiting.

Artform Gallery & Tattoo celebrates Women’s History Month by featuring local women artists in a show opening Saturday March 26th 7pm to 11pm.

A portion of the work sold will be donated to WomenArts. WomenArts is a worldwide community of artists and allies that works for empowerment, opportunity, and visibility for women artists. They provide a variety of free online networking, fundraising and advocacy services, and organize Support Women Artists Now Day (SWAN Day), an annual international holiday celebrating women's creativity in all its forms.

SWAN Day/Support Women Artists Now Day is a new international holiday that celebrates women artists. It is an annual event that is celebrated as part of Women's History Month on the last Saturday of March and during the surrounding weeks. For more information, please visit

We are also honored to have the fine Ladies of LUPEC at the opening, dismantling the patriarchy one drink at a time.

Sam Thorp
2603 Leechburg Rd.
Lower Burrell, PA 15068
1. 724.212.3153

~Artform Gallery & Tattoo
2603 Leechburg Rd. Lower Burrell, PA 15068.


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The Pittsburgh Art Blog features selected pittsburgh artists and upcoming exhibits with photos from the artists and galleries. since the major press outlets do not go beyond a directory listing of exhibits, blogs are needed to promote pittsburgh artists and their work. the blog also calls attention to the inferiority complex of pittsburgh art and how it's perpetuated by the major players in town. Started on August 20,2007. pittsburgh area galleries and art venues are listed at the sister site

the blog and website are volunteer projects from fine art photographer and pittsburgh artist advocate rick byerly.