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#LOCALartIS: Edison. Generett. Sing.

Stoph Edison: Comic. Gym Rat. Vegan Superhero. Stoph Edison is a funny guy. He travels around the Pittsburgh area spreading his gift of off-color comedy to droves of fans in the region. He’s often called on to Emcee events, and is one of the comedy scenes most polarizing personalities. He tells it like it is, and tells it like it isn’t. And that’s what makes Edison, Edison. Unapologetically blunt. He’s also a vegan who happens to be a jacked…

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#LOCALartIS: Wheeler. Holtschlag. Pantalone.

Elisabeth Wheeler: Physical Therapist. Violinist. Music Junkie Elisabeth Wheeler uses the art of healing throughout her days as a physical therapist, helping patients to reach new levels of personal accomplishment day-by-day. In addition to her day job, Wheeler is a classically trained violinist, and loves listening to live music. Her philosophy of “playing from the heart” spills into her world and envelopes all she does. Deborah Holtschlag: Artist. Free Thinker. Phoenix. Acquiring an art degree at 45 years old…

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#LOCALartIS: Carter. Renaudin. Bryan.

Hannah Carter: Ballerina. World Traveler. Mini Cooper Enthusiast. Hannah Carter, a transplant from the UK, who now resides in Pittsburgh, is a principal dancer at The Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. Carter joined PBT in 2013 after her stint with The Estonian National Ballet. She also graduated with honors from the Royal Ballet School in London. She’s in love with Pittsburgh’s culture, renovating her home, and her Mini Cooper. Visit The Ballet Online Rachel Renaudin: Artist. Gym Rat. Lover of Awesome….

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#LOCALartIS Tarducci. Kile. Palmieri.

Mia Tarducci: Artist. Mother. Professionally Scrappy. Life as an artist is not a road for the faint of heart, just ask Mia Tarducci, full-time artist. She’s been in the art game for many years and has become a relevant voice not just from a visual arts standpoint, but for the arts industry as a whole. Her gallery space in Point Breeze, artfully known as The Mine Factory, is a budding epicenter for artists to showcase their work. Tarducci’s intuitive…

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#LOCALartIS: Mull. Blackwell. Nortier

Heather Mull: Photographer. Floof Enthusiast. Capturing the realism through her lens, Heather Mull is a well-known and seasoned and scrappy veteran of the photo journalism coven in Pittsburgh. Her trademark style has been utilized by various publications, and her love of Floofs, a.k.a. Cats, is something to be revered. Visit Heathermull.com Nisha Blackwell: Artisan Bowtie Creator. Smiler. Fanning the flame of entrepreneurial journeys, Nisha Blackwell took the leap into creating artisan bow-ties out of sustainable material. Not only does…

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#LOCALartIS: Frederick. Muldoon. Hilty.

James Frederick, Art Staple Immersed in the art scene for over 40 years, James Frederick’s discerning and eclectic tastes resonate with his curating of original and enthusiastic artists, and interactive showings. Part of the revitalization of Pittsburgh’s West End, Frederick houses local and international talent through his art gallery, and offers a bevy of other services for clients. Visit James Gallery Online John Muldoon, Artist Known for his vibrant style, John Muldoon is quickly becoming a sought after artist…

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#LOCALartIS Durty. Pierotti. Beauford.

Durty Art A spray paint artist from Plum borough, he’s become well-known in the community for his “banksy-esque” distopian imagery. A lover of hip-hop, Durty is embroiled into the scene, producing work for the likes KRS-1 and Rakim. As he continues to push the envelope, his work becomes a statement against the status quo. Carolyn Pierotti An artist, educator, and curator, Carolyn Pierotti is drilled into every facet of the art scene. As an educator, she shapes future artists,…

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