Details for travel sites for the Master Visual Artists: Preserving the Legacy VI exhibition will be announced early 2014. If you missed this beautiful exhibition of ten of Western Pennsylvania’s most outstanding artists,... READ MORE
Tadao Arimoto is a sculptor/woodworker/ furniture designer. He was born in Japan and moved to Pittsburgh in 1976. He has taught woodworking for more than 25 years. His work can be seen at Chatham University, where he designed and built exterior doors and windows, as well as benches and tables in the Sarah Heinz House.
David Lewis is an architect, painter, sculptor, writer and urban designer who grew up in South Africa and moved to Pittsburgh in 1963 to teach at Carnegie Mellon University. He’s a founding partner of Urban Design Associates, and currently makes steel sculptures.
Chuck Olson is an arts educator and abstract expressionist painter who has exhibited his work over the past 35 years in the United States, France, Italy, Germany and Japan.
Paul Zelevansky works include digital animation, video, performance, artist books, curating, graphic design and teaching. He was a member of a team that created some of the first digital interactive museum exhibitions in the country.
Tina Williams Brewer is a fiber artist widely recognized for her story quilts. Her pieces are inspired by African and African American spirituality and history. She has been an educator and exhibiting artist for more than 30 years.
Constance Merriman works in painting, drawing, textiles, sculpture, book art, and video installation, with a focus on multi-faceted environmental art projects. She’s been an educator, curator and has exhibited for more than 25 years.
Mark Perrott has worked as a photographer and educator in the Pittsburgh region for 40 years. His works includes black & white portraiture, corporate photography for annual reports, as well as documenting industrial landscapes.
Gary Jurysta is an abstract painter who works on both flat canvas, and sculptured, optical-color field explorations on curved canvas. He has been exhibiting since 1962, and has works in both public and private collections, locally and nationally.
Risë Nagin is a textile artist and painter who makes quilts, kimonos and books. She is known for a distinctive handling of materials, technique and color. She has exhibited regionally and internationally for 30 years.
Marjorie F. Shipe is a painter, sculptor and designer of architectural works for private commissions. Her sculptures are in polyester resin, Plexiglas, and mixed media; and painting on wood. With roots in industrial design, she has been an artist for more than 50 years.
This sixth exhibition of artists, whose works and contributions to the arts in the Western Pennsylvania region reflect a lifetime of outstanding achievements, was recently held at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.