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Past 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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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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312, 2017

James McMurray: Faces and Places

February 9, 2018 – June 10, 2018
Nancy & Warner Bacon Gallery

This introspective exhibition features closely observed portraits of people and places from the artist’s life: family, home, studio, and the surrounding woods.

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212, 2017

Urban Chatter: textile art by Sharon Kerry-Harlan

February 16 – April 29, 2018
Ronald E. Holstein Gallery

“The density of contemporary city living” provides the inspiration for Sharon Kerry-Harlan’s Urban Chatter series.

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2408, 2017

Bestiary

Ongoing
Kathleen & Bob Frenzel Gallery

A compendium of real and imaginary beasts featuring Betty Schabacker's fabric collages and multimedia works by various self-taught artists.

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1902, 2017

Making the Ordinary Extraordinary

July 28 – November 12, 2017
Main Gallery

This collection of artwork finds a common thread through the use of the glass medium and the artists’ ties to the Pittsburgh region.

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1512, 2016

Pairing Similarities: D.W. Martin

June 30 – October 21, 2017
Holstein Gallery

In Pairing Similarities, sculptor D.W. Martin presents a series of works in cast bronze and aluminum that couple parts of the human anatomy with inanimate objects, especially chairs.

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2809, 2016

Erie Decoys: Folk Art Sculpture

Ongoing
Little Things Gallery

Antique duck decoys, rescued from the waterways, where bird hunters placed them as lures, are now widely recognized as folk art sculptures.

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2502, 2016

Assembled Visions: Shelle Barron, Geoffrey Beadle, Terry McKelvey, and Fred Scruton

Main Gallery • November 28, 2015 through March 26, 2016

An opening reception will be held on Gallery Night, Friday, December 4 from 7 to 10 p.m.

Assembled Visions explores the creative process by bringing together the varied work of four regional artists: Shelle Barron, Geoffrey Beadle, Terry McKelvey, and Fred Scruton. Rather than having a single

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