I just delivered artwork and greeting cards to Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Holiday Shop 2010. Opening party is Friday November 19
People keep asking for more bicycle paintings. That’s good because I love the subject and try to get out there at least 4x a week on my own bike. Here are the latest bicycle paintings, and they are packaged in a plastic box with a label…
There are 7 individual “watercolor in a BOX” paintings and they will be on the wall somewhere as a group. As a regular artist with work in the PCA Shop year round, I have participated for several years in the PCA Holiday Shop. This is the time of year when they turn over a large amount of gallery space to an expanded shop and it runs from November 20 to December 31st. That is 6 weeks of extended hours- 7 days a weeks starting Nov 20. It’s a great Pittsburgh tradition and PCA really works so hard to make this the BEST time of year for all their artists and makers!! When you go, be sure to let them know you appreciate the extra effort they make, and long hours they work, for all their artists at this time of year. To see the work before everything has been picked over I suggest you go to the opening reception Friday Nov 19 from 5:30-8PM or try to go in the first few days to see the full assortment of great and cool stuff.
My schedule is that on that same night Friday Nov 19, 2010, I will be at Boyd Community Center 1220 Powers Run Road Pittsburgh, PA 15238-2618 as an artist and vendor at their Holiday Market. I will also be at Boyd all day Saturday Nov 20.
On Friday evening December 3rd 5PM – 10PM I will be an artist and vendor at “I Made It For The Holidays”. This nomadic indy arts/crafts festival is located INDOORS at Southside works right near REI.
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Shop also has my vintage Schenley Park Print framed- and it is available unframed too
my Homage to Famous Pittsburghers Print Series is also available at PCA SHOP framed -and they too are available unframed
So far I have prints available of Rachel Carson Homestead and August Wilson.
Schenley Park Maps and Homage to Rachel Carson and August Wilson
are also for sale at my shop on my website: