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Living with Art II
As part of our Living with Art series, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is proud to present New Year, New Art, an online store juried by Black Cherry Design’s Lauren Piasecki. Black Cherry Design is a full-service interior design studio located in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood. Black Cherry Design has been featured in Pittsburgh Magazine, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pretty Living Magazine, Urbanist, and Lifespace Pittsburgh.
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This is the sixth year of CAM’s annual exhibition Illumination. Illumination, an exhibition of artist-made lanterns, marks the transition of the season’s change and the year’s end at CAM since 2015. This year, deep in the COVID crisis, CAM asked artists to examine their own metaphorical concept of light. Luminescence often symbolizes transformation, enlightenment, or an epiphany. Glowing lamplight might remind us of home and safety, the porch light left on for your return. We talk of our inner light or how someone can light up a room. Candles lit in remembrance show that the memory of a loved one still burns bright. The beam of a lighthouse and an airplane’s runway can guide our way. Light makes things visible, sweeping away shadows, and showing what resides in darkness.
Over 45 artists submitted work from across the United States and as far away as Canada. The work of the artists in this year’s exhibition, through content, style, and choice of material, demonstrates what light means to each person, personally. This is the largest installation of Illumination yet, and it is installed so that it can be enjoyed inside the museum and outside the museum from the reception hall window. We hope the wonder of Illumination 2020 brings light into the lives of our visitors.
To mark 110 years of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, we are featuring 110 works of art by our members for $110 each. The artworks are all available for purchase at our exhibition space and online.
Scroll down to browse through available works by our members. From each sale, 70% goes back to the artist. Support local artists. Buy local art.
Designed to celebrate and share the joys of living with original artwork, this online store was curated with the help of Stacy Weiss of Weisshouse. Learn more about how and why Stacy values the practice supporting local artists by reading our blog post with her: Collecting and Valuing the Artwork of Local Artists: Q&A with Stacy Weiss of Weisshouse
I am pleased to have two paintings selected for this online Exhibition. Support local artists. Buy local art. Follow the link below to view and purchase.