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Pittsburgh Society of Artists 52nd Annual Exhibition


Stirring Daydreams (detail)  |  Oil on Canvas  |  24" x 18"  |  by Marian Phillips © 2017.

Stirring Daydreams (detail)  |  Oil on Canvas  |  24" x 18"  |  by Marian Phillips © 2017.

PITTSBURGH SOCIETY OF ARTISTS' FIFTY-SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBITION

Pittsburgh Society of Artists Guild (PSA) presents their fifty-second annual art exhibition.  The exhibit opens November 8th, and closes on  Saturday, January 13th, 2018 at 6pm. 


OPENING RECEPTION

An opening reception will be held on Friday, November 10th from 6pm to 8pm, and is free and open to the public to attend.


ABOUT THE EXHIBIT

This exhibit is juried, and non-themed, representing the best work of the Pittsburgh Society of Artists guild members. 


PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Kirsti Adkins

Patricia Chiacu Apuzzo

Christopher Boring

Robert Bowden

Larry Brandstetter

Patricia Dickun

Alexis Dillon

Jennifer Dinovitz

Carolyn Frischling

John Hinderliter

Lisa Bergant Koi

Paul Kuhrman

Dale Lazar

Christine Lorenz

Ryan McCormick

Sandra Moore

Nathan Van Patter

Boyd Payne

David Rasel

Dominque Scaife

Carol Scheftic

Brian Sesack

Chris Siewers

Sarah Sindler

Martha Hopkins Skarlinski

Alexander Sudlig

Paige Tibbe

Hyla Urbany

Kathleen Zimbicki


ABOUT THE JUROR

The juror for this show is cultural producer and artist, Casey Droege.  Droege has a BFA from the School of the Art Institute and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of the Arts.  Formerly a faculty member at the Art Institute and Carnegie Mellon University, she is now Executive Director of Casey Droege Productions.  Her work has recently been shown at: Space Gallery, Pittsburgh; Threewalls, Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; Passerby, Los Angeles; and Chatham University, Pittsburgh.


ABOUT PSA

Pittsburgh Society of Artists consists of more than 400 artist members living within a 150-mile radius of Pittsburgh and are creators using all varieties of visual arts media.  Last year PSA celebrated its 50th anniversary since being officially charted in 1965.  Its mission states that PSA is dedicated to the vitality and growth of the visual arts in the Pittsburgh area.  Formed for the specific purpose of exhibiting original works of art by its members, PSA has as its goals the encouragement and support of art in all its forms, the fostering of a true appreciation of art, and the furtherance of social activity and goodwill among its members and the people of Pittsburgh.