Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Blurred Artist Exhibits 4810 Penn Ave Pittsburgh PA 2011





New work from artists each Friday during June and July plus existing work from Dean Cercone, Bob Ziller, and James Shipman...

The Blurred Exhibits at the Wherehouse, 4810 Penn Ave.

Openings every Friday In June and July 2011 from 6-10 pm.

June 3, from 6-10 pm: Gabe Felice

June 10, from 6-10 pm: Sigh Meltingstar

June 17, from 6-10 pm: Daniel Montano

June 24, from 6-10 pm: Deanna Mance

July 1st, from 6-10 pm: Rick Bach

July 8th, from 6-10 pm: Seth LeDonne

July 15, from 6-10 pm: Laura Jean McLaughlin

July 22, from 6-10 pm: Ron Copeland

July 29, from 6-10 pm: Dean Cercone

It is time to re-blur the lines of what is real and what is truly surreal. The BLURRED ART EXHIBITS will expose the surreal talent and vision of these local artists with individual exclusive showings.

CHECK OUT THE ARTWORK EVERY FRIDAY FROM 6-10 PM OR BY APPOINTMENT- CALL DEAN CERCONE: 724-822-8070

The goal of the blurred exhibits is for the artist to create a cohesive image of themselves
as an artist by displaying selected pieces of archival work from their personal collection as well as creating new work for the show.

Hosted and curated by: Dean Cercone

In association with:
assemble gallery
5125 Penn Ave

Most Wanted fine art gallery
5015 Penn Ave
(they will be opening during the event to further your good experience)

FROM 6-10PM - donations happily taken
refreshments – music –also showing artwork by: Bob Ziller and James Shipman

4810 PENN AVENUE

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The Pittsburgh Art Blog

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 www.PghGalleries.com.

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