Outspoken, an all bicycle themed art show, was a big success as part of Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s April 2011 Gallery Crawl. Most people I spoke to made a beeline for it of all the events they planned to attend that night. Could be they are fans of BikePGH which Sixty Forty partnered with to bring off this themed art show. I am a fan and have become a member of BikePGH.
And right now my bike is being cleaned up and tuned up by the newest bike store in town LoveBikes which I learned about from BikePGH.
Thankyou especially to Tina and Jack who purchased my most recent original watercolor pictured at left. Six cyclists go over West End Bridge with the Pittsburgh skyline reflected below- river changes to sky and magic. My table of bicycle related artwork printed as notecards did really well. Everyone had bicycling on the brain! I brought along extra notecards of this image as I thought people would like it. Every single one of those cards vanished. I will be adding more of my cycling paintings and cards into the shop on my website.
Meanwhile next event where I will be selling my original paintings and notecards:
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts 3rd annual Y’Art Sale Sunday, May 22 · 10:00am- 4:00pm
Mellon Park (Rain or Shine)
yART Sale wares will include original art from PCA shop artists and other artsits too, art supplies, art making equipment, art on sale, art books & magazines, seconds, slightly damaged or imperfects and discontinued lines. The yART Sale is all about art and bargains.
PCA is located on 5th Avenue at intersection with Shady Ave. I will be at site #10.