“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.” — Andrew Wyeth
“The color of springtime is in the flowers, the color of winter is in the imagination.” — Terri Guillemets
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Galleries & Exhibits
707 Penn Gallery. To Feb. 19: The Crest of the Ridge. Solo painting exhibition by Carnegie Mellon University School of Design adjunct professor Rick Landesberg. 707 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.
820 Liberty Gallery. To Apr. 30: Exploration of COLOR 2.0: A Retrospective of Works by Jo-Ann Bates. New work by printmaker and arts educator Jo-Ann Bates. 820 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.
937 Liberty Gallery. To Feb. 19: Rising Voices 2: The Bennett Prize for Women Figurative Realist Painters, work by Sophia-Yemisi Adeyemo-Ross, Tanmaya Bingham, Chloe Chiasson, June Glasson, Holly Keogh, Lavely Miller, Rebecca Orcutt, Susu, Ayana Ross, Aneka Ingold, Amy Werntz. 937 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.
Andy Warhol Museum. To Mar. 20: Andy Warhol’s Social Network: Interview, Television and Portraits examines intersections between Warhol’s longest running project, Interview magazine; his ventures in television with his original series Fashion, Warhol TV, and Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes; his portrait commissions of the 1970s and ’80s. 117 Sandusky St. Pittsburgh. (412) 237-8300.
Atithi Studios. To Feb. 19: Art As Therapy. New work spotlighting the therapeutic potential of artmaking by 817, Asma Mohseni, Emma Cummings, Faj, J.M. Holcomb, Lydia Sopp, Onyx Green, Valkyrie Williams. 1020 N. Canal Street, Sharpsburg. (412) 301-5374.
August Wilson African American Cultural Center. Feb. 17-Apr. 2: The Hope of Radiance. New work by Nigerian-American painter Imo Nse Imeh. To Mar. 26: Travelin’ Mercies – Transits. New work by photographer Seed Lynn. On permanent exhibit: August Wilson, The Writer’s Landscape. 980 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 339-1011.
Brew House Association. Feb. 2-Apr. 1: Lay Bare, Curated by Zeal Eva. New work by Black Girl Absolute, Karlissia Council, Ivory Eddins, Juliandra Jones (PBJ Customs), Evangeline Mensah-Agyekum, Bekezela Mguni, Jameelah Platt, Rell Rushin. Opening reception Feb. 2, 6-8:30 p.m. 711 S. 21st St. Pittsburgh. (412) 212-6650.
Carlow University Art Gallery. Through Mar. 2023 Eternal Repair. Sculpture, kinetic, light-based installation art by Joshua Ice. University Commons, 2nd floor, 3333 Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 578-6000.
Carnegie Museum of Art. To Apr. 2: 58th Carnegie International: Is it morning for you yet?. Historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists. 4400 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 622-3131.
Inkwell Coffee Shop. Feb. 10, 6-10 p.m.: An Exhibition by Timothy Kelly. Painter Timothy Kelly showcases new work. 4419 Butler St. Pittsburgh. (412) 621-0168.
Irma Freeman Center for Imagination. Feb. 3-28: Elusive Ground by Abira Ali and Every Day Dream by Dennis Childers. Opening reception Feb. 3, 7-9 p.m. with live music by Standing Wave. 5006 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh. (412) 924-0634.
Kelly-Strayhorn Theater. Feb. 11-May 27: Neighbor to Neighbor. New work in text, collage, portrait, dynamic pattern, abstract mapping styles by Takara Canty, Sophia Fang, atiya jones, Maggie Negrete, Jameelah Platt, Danielle Robinson; opening reception Feb. 11, 6 p.m. 5941 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 363-3000.
Ketchup City Creative. Feb. 4, 3-9 p.m. Neon Gothic. Emma Riva curates the kitschy, the liminal, the weird. Feb. 24-26: Magical Beings curated by Chanda Weigel. 612 Main St. Sharpsburg. (412) 593-4386.
Mattress Factory. To Fall 2023: HalfDream: Another Room. New solo exhibit by Hong Kong and US-based artist Doreen Chan in which users around the world can describe their dreams, add them to a database which matches common dreams of participants and connect to “dreammates”. 516 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh. (412) 231-3169.
Ohringer Arts Building. Feb 4, 2-6 p.m. Infinity. New work by the Ohringer Art Collective including Kiarra Melodi, Patrick Hogan, Julian Harris, Mary Oliver, Cue Perry, Sara Riddle and others. 640 Braddock Ave. Braddock. (412) 271-2787.
Pittsburgh Glass Center. Feb. 3-July 30: Undefined. New work by top 3 finalists from Season 3 of the Netflix series Blown Away — MiNHi England, John Moran, John Sharvin; opening reception/artist talk Feb. 3, 6-9 p.m. 5472 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 365-2145.
SPACE. To May 14: #notwhite collective 2016-2022. Retro/prospective exhibition of the past/current, individual/collaborative works by 13 Pittsburgh women artists. 812 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh. (412) 325-7723.
Spinning Plate Gallery. Feb. 3-28: Lumière: The Art of Photography & Video. New work by Jaime Bird, Ruthanne Bauerle, Donald J. Cheek, Jean McClung, Kent Noble, Travis Trium Perfectum, Michel Demetria Tsouris; opening reception Feb. 17, 6-9 p.m. 5821 Baum Blvd. Pittsburgh. (412) 592-6418.
Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Feb. 3-Mar. 3: Student Instructor Exhibition 2023. Exhibition highlighting the work of Sweetwater’s students and instructor in jewelry, painting, ceramics; opening reception Feb. 3, 5-8 p.m. 200 Broad St. Sewickley. (412) 741-4405.
University Art Gallery. To Mar. 3: One Place to Another. Photography, sculpture, painting, video, installation, light by Cheyenne Degiglio, Hannah Jones, August Korb, Derek Michael LaBar, Lu, Eli Savage, Lucy Zhang. Frick Fine Arts Building, 650 Schenley Drive, Pittsburgh. (412) 648-2400.
Westmoreland Museum of American Art. To Feb. 5: Gatecrashers: The Rise of the Self-Taught Artist in America. 60 works from leading collections across the country tell the story of Outsider Artists like John Kane, Grandma Moses, Horace Pippin, Josephine Joy, Victor Gatto, others. Forest of Symbols. Artists from the 19th-century European Symbolism movement. Feb. 26-May 28: Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1945-1975. 52 paintings, sculptures, works on paper by 32 artists in the first major traveling exhibition to explore the innovation and experimentation of modern Native American art. To May 14: Gavin Benjamin: Break Down and Let It All Out. New photography by multimedia artist Gavin Benjamin. 221 N. Main St. Greensburg. (724) 837-1500.
Wood Street Galleries. To Mar. 19: Intensional Particle Installation (Adapted Version) and Mold 1 Installation. Optical choreography installations by Hiroaki Umeda. 601 Wood St. Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.