2020 I’m starting the year with a month of art making on the theme of including a sculpture, or what I think is sculpture in each artwork. It’s an annual exhibit called Fun a Day Pittsburgh. Lots of artists and non artists are participating. Here is what I completed in January 2020.
Fun a Day the Art Show: Opening Reception February 29, 2020 6-8 PM
CDCP Project Space317 S Trenton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Saturday Feb. 29th, 12- 5PM and the Opening is 6-8PM
Sunday March 1st 12- 5PM (12- 1PM is Acoustic Open Stage)
Friday March 6th 2-7PM
Saturday March 7th 12-5PM
Sunday March 8th 12-5PM (Closing)
The Art Show: Two Weekends of FUN
February 29-March 8, 2020
CDCP Project Space
317 S Trenton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
About the venue: Casey Droege of Casey Droege Cultural Productions (CDCP) expanded from the still current Small Mall space 5300 Butler St Lawrenceville into the former Percolate Gallery space Wilkinsburg in summer of 2019. The director of Percolate Gallery Space Carolyn Pierotti stayed on as a key partner in Droege’s Wilkinsburg expansion named CDCP Project Space.
You might know Casey for her programs mixing 5 minute artist presentations with chefs in various locations titled Six x Ate. You can subscribe to her Six x Ate eblast here so you won’t miss one.
Watercolor and Gouache. El Anatsui design for façade of Carnegie Museum of Art 2013-14, Carnegie International. Made and installed in Pittsburgh by Dee Briggs and community. Richard Serra’s Carnegie 1985.
Watercolor and Gouache. Henry Moore plus El Anatsui design for façade of Carnegie Museum of Art 2013-14, Carnegie International, plus Richard Serra’s Carnegie 1985.
Watercolor and Gouache. Hartwood Acres Sculpture Park 2
Watercolor and Gouache. Hartwood Acres Sculpture Park 1
Watercolor and Gouache. Hartwood Acres Sculpture Park 3
Pencil drawing of our kitchen with one of my father’s sculptures
Vine charcoal and watercolor. My father Joseph Skinger’s fiberglass, wood and steel sculpture
Soft pastel on charcoal paper. Rock in the Alaska Woods. Sometimes you see a very intentional rock sitting in the forest. A friend Caitlin Ena saw this in Alaska and posted a photograph. I saved it in my future art file for several years. I’m always noticing these in your face sculptures in the woods.
Thaddeus Mosley sculpture group at Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie International 2018. Dan Kiley’s Scaife Sculpture Court. Sol LeWitt color block drawings above stair at left.
Guyasuta on his pedestal in Sharpsburg, PA
Shaped landscape as sculpture at Frick Museum Pittsburgh.
This was a temporary sculpture which is no longer there