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Current Exhibits

2106, 2018

Mary Beth McKenzie: A Life in Art

July 13 – Sept. 24, 2018
Main Gallery

McKenzie’s abstract portraits convey a sense of quiet introspection, passing time, and the inner lives of her subjects.

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2006, 2018

Erie’s Historic Lakefront: from Harbor to Point

June 22 – Sept. 2, 2018
Hagen Family Gallery

The waterfront has always been central to Erie’s identity: from industrial docks to pleasure boats and beaches. This exhibition explores Erie's long relationship with the lakefront through photographs, prints, paintings, and sculpture.

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2112, 2017

Archiving Ephemeral Beauty

June 15 – September 16, 2018
Nancy & Warner Bacon Gallery

Regional Northwestern, Pennsylvania Gardens documented for the Smithsonian Archives of American Gardens

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2012, 2017

Vintage Neon: Images by Chuck Biddle

May 18 – September 9, 2018
Ronald E. Holstein Gallery

Pittsburgh artist and photographer Chuck Biddle photographs mid-century signage.

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1812, 2017

Gary Spinosa: Divine Instinct

January 20, 2018 through January 6, 2019
McCain Family Gallery

Gary Spinosa’s sculptures and installations transform the gallery into a space for meditation and wonder and a place to contemplate the divine.

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2408, 2017

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Ongoing
Katzwinkel Gallery

This collection exhibition features an assortment of Tiffany’s art glass and examples of the ancient Roman glass vessels that inspired him.

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302, 2015

Tromp L’Oeil: Magic & Illusion

Founders Gallery
Ongoing

Trompe l’oeil (fool the eye) paintings intentionally confuse the viewer’s perceptions of reality and illusion, creating tension between what we know to be true, what we see, and what we want to believe.

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1205, 2012

South Asian Collection

Custom House
Ongoing

The traditional art of South Asia encompasses a multitude of religions and cultures, ranging from the asceticism of Indian Buddhism and Jainism to the lush sensuality of southern Hinduism and the peculiar and often terrifying imagery of the Lama Buddhism of the Himalayas. Buddhism carried the forms of Indian art throughout the continent, to Southeast Asia, China, and Japan.

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