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Zach Brown’s ‘Born-Again Pagan’

Zach Brown welcomed a dark art session as he featured his latest works for his “Born Again Pagan” show The Mine Factory. Brown’s works elicit an unnerving and essential paradigm shift in the air. Brown’s inspirations come from his deeply religious upbringing and a fascinating fear of death. Stillness is a constant in his work, forcing the eye of the mind to exercise its demons. It can be an uncomfortable journey peering into the image of a goat littered…

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Carolyn Pierotti To Take Reigns at Percolate.

Carolyn Pierotti, current Vice President of the Pittsburgh Society of Artists, and the owner of Purple Room Fine Art, an art consulting business, will be the new manager of Percolate Art Space in Wilkinsburg beginning in January, 2017.  Artist Bob Ziller, also a Wilkinsburg resident, who had been invited to manage the gallery in April, 2016 by former director Moshe Sherman, is happy to pass the torch to Pierotti, an enthusiastic supporter of local artists. Ziller, who is now…

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AAP Celebrates 105th Annual Exhibition

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) started the jury process of their 105th Annual exhibition. Hundreds of artists flooded the abandoned Wholey building in the Strip District on Saturday, April 10th, to begin the selection process and earn a chance to exhibit their work at The Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) from May 14th- August 15th. The AAP exhibit will once again be held at CMOA, giving artists the chance to be seen in the same space as Renoir, Monet,…

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Artist Michael Walsh Returns to Pittsburgh

Michael Walsh, a Pittsburgh native, recently returned to Pittsburgh after seven years in Oakland, California working on sculptural projects in the Bay area. His latest exhibit, “Intersection-Dissection-Connection,” is being featured at Box Heart Gallery on Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield until April 22. Walsh’s work captures the natural dynamism and explosive elements of graffiti art in the three-dimensional realm of sculpture. Walsh: “I started out as a graffiti artist— it just made sense to me, this stuff, applying it to sculpture—…

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Kim Barry at Gallerie Chiz

Kim Barry has been delighting audiences with her interactive installations for years, and her most recent show, “Chew on This-A Germination Installation” delved into an intricate, yet colorfully unsettling exploration of the inner workings of the human infrastructure. Barry called the exhibition “A lighthearted expression of the deeper concept that what you put into your body can fester.”  

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