The Audacity of the Mundane is also currently on exhibit at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art November 05, 2021 – January 02, 2022
What began as a request from a friend for a photograph of pears has become a series of still life photographs using objects collected over the years to create worlds within small spaces. By re-contextualizing these objects, the artist pays respect to the...Read More
Cheryl Capezzuti’s sculptures remind us of ancient relics, extinct creatures and past civilizations but on close inspection, they are deeply connected to what it means to be an American. Using dryer lint as the medium, the detritus that is shed from our lives, embedded with tell-tale evidence like tickets, papers clips, transit receipts, Capezzuti’s works are archeologically layered. The sculptures that emerge, monopeds, bipeds or avian, engage us both...Read More
Enchanting Paper Cuts exhibit open through December 4, 2021
Kathryn Carr has focused her talents on the art of paper cutting since 2008. She turned her attention towards this art form because she was drawn to the bold imagery of the paper cut silhouette and the intriguing shadows they cast. Her art has an illustrative quality reminiscent of classic picture books. She is self-taught in this discipline and still experiments with...Read More
More Momento Mori exhibit begins December 11, 2021
Mary M. Mazziotti is an American visual artist whose practice includes textiles and painting with a special interest in contemporary memento mori. She makes memento mori in a variety of media from embroidered textiles to full-sized billboards. The intent of the work is to encourage the viewer to be mindful of the ephemeral...
be Galleries exhibits the work of both emerging and established artists of the region, focusing on the aesthetic rather than the commodification of art. We strive to show a diversified group of artists who have committed to working full time on their crafts. Read More »
Japanese Print Gallery
Gallery III displays 18th-20th century Japanese landscape and nature prints and paintings by Hasui, Keinen, Koson, Ohno, Shôun, Hiroshi Yoshida and Toshi Yoshida. In addition, there are hundreds of unframed prints to chose from. The Ohno Bakufu collection is recognized by experts as one of the best in the country. All the items in these collections are available for purchase — contact us at (412) 260-9188.to arrange a viewing.
The Gallery is a perfect setting for a wedding, wedding reception, shower, birthday, holiday party or your special celebration with ample space for guests in Pittsburgh’s most dynamic neighborhood. The art filled backdrop provides conversation starters for guests in the loft style “green” building. A full kitchen and piano are available to enhance your experience. Inquiries can be made to (412) 260-9188.
Framing, appraisals, restorations and installations are available at be Galleries. Eco-friendly mouldings, our signature lines of bamboo, curly-maple and sassafras framing, are available in the consultation room, along with a wide variety of wood and metal frames. Frames can be custom-made for you, whether your artwork is purchased here or elsewhere. Please call for an appointment at (412) 260-9188.