|Garfield Night Market|
|The Dirty Poet|
But the meat of Unblurred remains the exhibits. First up, Olga Brindar had a solo at Artists In Motion.
|Olga Brindar - And then there was that unforgettable morning when Blackbird was out walking|
There were more than a few of these large-scale drawings in the exhibit. I love the touch of myth that underlie these works.
I could here the sweet strains of John Coltraine, just a block away, at Mr. Roboto Project. Nicholas Perney, who uses the musicians of the jazz era as a source of inspiration, had a solo in the venue's space. The works were all created with mixed media on wood blocks. Very dramatic. (below)
|Nicholas Perney at Mr. Roboto Project|
The Irma Freeman Center exhibited its third round of Pittsburgh-based art. As always, the show is a democratic survey of Pittsburgh as seen through the eyes of its artists. The works are varied in media and concept, ranging from representational to concept.
|Laurie Mancuso Rusty|
|Paulette Poullet at ModernFormations Gallery|
ModernFormations had a strong doubleheader for October. really a must-see pairing that offer completely different views on the subject of place. Paulette Poullet (above) is exhibiting Our Disappearing City in the back gallery. I wish the image did justice to the work, really. I found the work to be pretty compelling.
|Kurt Garrison Looking Back: Tate Modern|
Enjoy the Gallery!