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The Century Group, in partnership with Casey Droege Cultural Productions (CDCP) and MonMade, has developed an arts and culture initiative for the property that showcases the building's rich history through storytelling and works from local artists and makers. Century Group Principal, Josh Aderholt, is at the helm of the developing arts and culture initiatives for the TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville property. “We aspire to embody what is so engaging about Lawrenceville—its combination of history, tradition, and innovation. The building itself obviously is a historic edifice. For the art pieces in the project, we wanted to both bring in the contemporary energy that is driving Lawrenceville today, and to move beyond the history of the physical structure and get at the stories and culture of the space,” says Aderholt. “As a long-time resident of Lawrenceville, it's important to me and other stakeholders that the hotel not only become a place for visitors to stay while they enjoy the neighborhood, but also that we showcase the talented people that live and work here.” Aderholt's vision combines a unique storytelling initiative in partnership with video production artist and Assistant Professor in the Studio Arts Department at the University of Pittsburgh, Aaron Henderson, and building history-themed installations of local art in partnership with Casey Droege Cultural Productions (CDCP) and MonMade.
Art for Sale

Art for Sale

Art for Sale at TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville

Art for Sale

Take a piece of TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville home. The following items will be for sale at the front desk of TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville: 
  • Mugs by Reiko Yamamoto
  • Acrylic Prints by Seth LaDonne
  • Throws by Savannah Hayes
  • Chalkboard Design Digital Prints by Atiya Jones

Art for Sale at TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville

Casey Droege Cultural productions

Casey Droege Cultural productions

Casey Droege Cultural productions

Casey Droege Cultural Productions is an artist-run/woman-owned business dedicated to building the Pittsburgh arts community by offering accessible, quality art experiences that connect the local and the global, encourage the growth of a local arts economy, and build a diverse arts audience. Along with our keystone programs, we support creatives and businesses through exhibitions, public programming, and consulting services.

MONMADE

MONMADE

MONMADE

Monmade is a CBA (Craft Business Accelerator) initiative focused on driving demand for producer products, and creating a peer group for the exchange of best practices and the encouragement of project collaboration. When producers access resources and opportunity, their growth expands and diversifies the regional economy. They create jobs, reactivate industrial spaces, revitalize main streets, and enhance Pittsburgh’s national reputation as a dynamic, 21st-century city.

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AARON HENDERSON

AARON HENDERSON

History Wall

AARON HENDERSON

HISTORY WALL

Aaron Henderson’s videos and installations examine the personal, cultural and political ramifications of all action, from intimate gestures to displays of super-human acrobatics. Well acquainted with movement, he threw himself into walls and off of platforms for STREB Extreme Action, an acrobatic performance company from 2002-2006. His videos, installations and projection designs have been presented at Lincoln Center, the Wexner Center and many other theaters, colleges and festivals across the country.

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Aimee Manion

Aimee Manion

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Aimee Manion

​Aimee Manion is an artist working in Pittsburgh, PA. Her work is inspired by evolution, symbiosis, and exploring the motions and fluctuations of life.

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ATIYA JONES

ATIYA JONES

ATIYA JONES

CHALKBOARDS & OUTSIDE MURALS

Atiya Jones is an autodidact creator of abstract organic accumulations. Her work serves as a reflection of human migration, and more specifically the modern diaspora known as gentrification. When considering the Afro-American experience within our country, one must see that communities of color have most often been moved by force, for capital gain. Having personally witnessed the socio-economic/demographic shift of neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and now, Pittsburgh, the artist questions how populations reconnect, rebuild and heal their communities. By creating art, jones creates value. As a woman of color, this is an act of defiance, empowerment and visibility.Her work is about human connection. It is a visual depiction of healing, finding one’s tribe and building a life as a unit. It is about the magic permeating beneath the surface of self, and the search to find it.

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ATOMIC CELT BLADEWORKS

ATOMIC CELT BLADEWORKS

Monmade Producer

ATOMIC CELT BLADEWORKS

Brick Shop & Over Eden Knives
Dan Thompson of Highland Park began Atomic Celt Bladeworks in 2010, a small boutique knifemaker/toolmaker concern with a focus on small batches and specialty to-order knives and tools. Thompson’s knives are forged from O1 steel, known for its toughness, and the wood used each knife’s handle is refurbished Pennsylvania timber.

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Barbara Weissberger

Barbara Weissberger

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Barbara Weissberger

Barbara Weissberger works across media in photography, sculpture, collage and drawing. Her work is improvisational, rooted in process, and concerned with perception and sensation. Her work is shown at such venues as The Drawing Center, White Columns, PS1/MoMA, Gridspace (Brooklyn), Photoville (Brooklyn), and Hallwalls (Buffalo) in New York; The Mattress Factroy, SPACE Gallery and the PCA, Pittsburgh; ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA; Artspace New Haven, CT; Coop Gallery, Nashville; and Big Medium, Austin. She was a participant in The Drawing Center’s inaugural Open Sessions  and a Guggenheim Fellow. Residencies include The Bogliasco Foundation (Italy), Yaddo, MacDowell Colony, Camargo Foundation (France), Ucross, Ragdale, Hambidge Center, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Montana Artists Refuge. She is currently on the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh.

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BONES AND ALL

BONES AND ALL

Monmade Producer

BONES AND ALL

TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville Front Desk, Flight Boards, and Beef Boards
Bones and All is a full-service design and woodworking studio specializing in custom design and fabrication for home, hospitality, and retail environments. The studio’s refined, Arts and Crafts-inspired work includes small and large production furniture and fixtures. Founded by Zak Kruszynski in 2012, Bones and All grew from a one-person operation to include his business and wife, Kelsey Henson. Bones and All uses reclaimed lumber in fresh and modern ways, as well as sustainably harvested, regionally available wood. Their pieces speak to the history of these time-honored materials. Built with quality, domestic woods, their finished furniture is beautiful and made to last.
 

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Brenda Stumpf

Brenda Stumpf

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Brenda Stumpf

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BURGHWOOD

BURGHWOOD

Monmade Producer

BURGHWOOD

Brick Shop Presentation Cart

Burghwood specializes in handcrafted heirloom furniture. A professional carpenter for 30 years, founder Keith Loughrey began his custom furniture practice where he crafts quality solid hardwood home furnishings and accessories employing traditional joinery techniques. Burghwood’s furniture echoes the Craftsman style with a contemporary spin. Using exclusively rescued wood, including kiln samples and dormant lumber, Keith thoughtfully develops each of Burghwood’s refined designs.

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Crystal Latimer

Crystal Latimer

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Crystal Latimer

Heavily influenced by her Latin heritage and a lifetime of travel to her mother’s native Costa Rica, Crystal Latimer’s studio practice explores the hybridity of the Latin American culture through mixed-media painting. Crystal obtained her BFA from Slippery Rock University in 2010, followed by an MA and MFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013 and 2016, respectively. Crystal’s work has been extensively exhibited in the regional area, including shows at the Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Chautauqua Institute, & Mine Factory to name a few. Her international experience includes a group show in Hong Kong, China, as well as an Artist Residency at the Joaquín Chaverri Fábrica de Carretas in Sarchí, Costa Rica. Her work is included in private collections in addition to the public collections of Indiana State University of Pennsylvania, PNC Corporate, and the Benter Foundation. 

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DS Kinsel

DS Kinsel

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DS Kinsel

DS Kinsel is a Pittsburgh native, the co-founder of BOOM Concepts, and on the board of Pittsburgh’s Center for Creative Reuse. His work is an inspired reflection of his race, culture, and generation. He is interested in questioning the basis of fine art. He has shown work at Future tenant, Shaw Galleries, ASSEMBLE, and ImageBox. His work has been featured in Hyperallergic Labs and the Jenesis Magazine. 

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EAST END COOPERATIVE MINISTRY (EECM)

EAST END COOPERATIVE MINISTRY (EECM)

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EAST END COOPERATIVE MINISTRY (EECM)

Brick Shop & Over Eden Aprons

East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM) was founded in 1970 as a collective response to changes in the community, born when the leaders of 18 local faith communities recognized that the troubles of the community were too great for any one of them to address alone. For many of the individuals it serves, EECM provides the necessities of life: a hot meal, a safe, place to sleep, food for the family. For others, it is a place to regain strength after a hospital stay, a support system to work toward recovery, or one-on-one help to change life for the better. For young people, EECM is educational programs, drug and alcohol prevention programs, violence prevention programs, Summer Day Camp, and a concerted effort to show our children a better future.

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ED PARRISH JR.

ED PARRISH JR.

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ED PARRISH JR.

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Ed Parrish Jr. was born and raised in North Carolina. He attended East Carolina University where he earned a BFA in sculpture. Soon after college Parrish relocated to Pittsburgh where he began working as an artist blacksmith and fabricator. He was part owner of Red Star Ironworks a custom metal shop focusing on decretive metal work. Moving forward he worked as an independent artist and taught foundry classes out of his private studio. Ed also worked in the film industry as a special effects technician and specialty prop maker. Parrish lead Hot Metal Happening a series of public iron casting events at various locations around Pittsburgh. He has exhibited work at the Mattress Factory, the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Space Gallery, and most recently, a solo exhibit at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination. Currently he is working with the Rivers of Steel Arts as the lead foundry artists developing foundry and metal arts programing. Parrish has over twenty years experience and a life long dedication to the exploration of metal arts.

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Emmanuelle Ceramics

Emmanuelle Ceramics

Monmade Producer

Emmanuelle Ceramics

Brick Shop Water Growler Coaster

Emmanuelle Ceramics offers handmade functional ceramic dinnerware and decor that celebrates ephemeral design. Using hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramic techniques, Emmanuelle Wambach creates her eponymous line. Emmanuelle believes that ceramic objects can be utilitarian and ornate and she strikes this balance in her current line of work. Emmanuelle combines different techniques of texturing, carving, imprinting, and sculpting to cover her clay surfaces in lace and floral motifs. Drawing from found laces and fabrics in vintage Victorian and Rococo styles, she creates simple and elegant forms with embellished surfaces.

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Fran Flaherty

Fran Flaherty

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Fran Flaherty

Fran Flaherty is a deaf artist living in Pittsburgh for over 25 years. As a first generation immigrant from the Philippines, her work is centered in issues surrounding migrant family relations and assimilation, maternal feminism, disability aesthetics, and social work. Her work is inspired by the care paradigm. A premise that human beings cannot survive alone and the progress of human beings, as a species, flows from our identity as social animals, connected to one another through ties of love, kinship, and clanship. It is the prospect of this harmony that inspired her to create Anthropology of Motherhood, an ongoing project which elevates the act of care-giving through fine art by transforming mundane objects of caregiving to into valuable art pieces such as paintings, sculpture, and mixed media pieces. She also transforms busy public spaces into immersive installations that serve as places of respite for young children and their caregivers and is a member of the #notwhite collective. Recently, she was named in Art 511 Magazine’s “Top Ten NYC Artists Now”.

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HENRY J SIMONDS

HENRY J SIMONDS

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HENRY J SIMONDS

Henry J. Simonds (American, born 1975) is an artist, collector, curator, and filmmaker. He is the president of Headwater Films/Media, which he founded in 2001 to develop and finance independent documentary and narrative films and other media ventures. He has worked as a writer, editor, and producer on over a dozen films. As a visual artist, he works in photography, sculpture, and mixed media.
 

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Jakob Marsico

Jakob Marsico

Chandelier

Jakob Marsico

Jakob Marsico is an interaction designer and media artist. He runs Ultra Low Res Studio, an arts-engineering firm that works with developers and architects to integrate dynamic, experiential installations with the built environment. Jakob currently holds an adjunct instructor position at Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture where he teaches “Making Things Interactive” and “Reactive Spaces and Media Architecture.” He is a member of the CoDe Lab in CMU’s School of Architecture. He has a BA in Religious Studies from George Washington University and a Masters of Tangible Interaction Design from Carnegie Mellon University.

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Joan Rogers

Joan Rogers

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Joan Rogers

Joan Rogers is a retired printmaker and collage artist. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and her work has been exhibited around North America and collected by major institutions and businesses.

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John Belue

John Belue

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John Belue

John Belue is a visual artist who utilizes the abstracting and collaging of vintage found photographs to question the validity of photography as a means of documentation. John is originally from Ravenswood West Virginia and now resides in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania where he received his BFA in photography from Point Park University. 

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Maralynn Jacoby

Maralynn Jacoby

Map Artist

Maralynn Jacoby

Maralynn Jacoby has lived in Lawrenceville since 2012. She has two kids and owns a graphic design/web development business called Bear Left Bear with her partner, Phil. For fun, she builds leaded glass windows and paints. Her works can be found at Wildcard and on her website at bearleftbear.com.

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Matt Van Asselt

Matt Van Asselt

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Matt Van Asselt

Matt Van Asselt is an artist, designer, printer, and musician. He makes large multi-color prints that reference the natural and built environment, and designs and prints posters and other music-related ephemera. Matthew recently relocated to Pittsburgh from New York, where he was working as a Silkscreen Technician. In Pittsburgh, helped found Pullproof Studio, Pittsburgh’s first membership-based community printshop, on Penn Avenue in Garfield. He studied printmaking at Purchase College, State University of New York. 

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NAKED GEOMETRY

NAKED GEOMETRY

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NAKED GEOMETRY

Brick Shop Check Presenters

Established in 2013, Naked Geometry celebrates geometry through jewelry, art, and home accents. A hobbyist turned artist, founder James Gyre first studied geometry to improve his painting and drawing skills. Today, Naked Geometry is led by James, Laura Gyre, and David Villaverde. Together, this creative team translates theoretical and artistic mathematical pursuits into an array of functional handcrafted goods. Using laser-cutting, CNC fabrication, and traditional woodworking techniques, Naked Geometry transforms salvaged wood into a wide range of objects including lighting, art prints, furniture, and jewelry. They transform a stock of felled wood, reclaimed lumber, and scraps from Pittsburgh woodshops into extraordinary decorative accessories. The studio’s most complex geometric designs are created with inlayed veneers, dome construction, and hand carving.

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OTHER WONDERS MANUFACTURING

OTHER WONDERS MANUFACTURING

Monmade Producer

OTHER WONDERS MANUFACTURING

Over Eden Check Presenters    

OtherWondersMFG produces and designs custom work at the intersection of art,
engineering and industrial design.

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Paper Buck

Paper Buck

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Paper Buck

Paper Buck is a transgender interdisciplinary artist with a background in painting, printmaking, and direct participation in social movements for racial, economic, and LGBTQ justice. His image-making practices have expanded to further emphasize research-based practices, narrative storytelling, writing, and installation.

Buck uses complex storytelling to recontextualize intimate narratives within and broader social histories and collective memory. Since moving to Pittsburgh in 2016, his creative attention has been focused on historical and ecological issues within the region. Recent projects excavate the intersections of settler colonial histories, familial narratives, current resource extraction projects in the region, and our changing ecological surround. 

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Patrick Schmidt

Patrick Schmidt

Public Work

Patrick Schmidt

Public Work

Public Work

PAUL RODEN

PAUL RODEN

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PAUL RODEN

Paul Roden has carved and printed woodcut prints for twenty years. He runs Paul’s Print Store and co-founded Tugboat Printshop. He holds degrees in printmaking and fine art from Washington University and the University of South Dakota and has shown his work throughout the country at fairs, galleries, and exhibitions. He is most proud of having work in the archives of the National Gallery of Art. Originally from Tennessee, Paul has lived and worked in Pittsburgh since 2006.

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Paul Roden

Paul Roden

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Paul Roden

Paul Roden has carved and printed woodcut prints for twenty years. He runs Paul’s Print Store and co-founded Tugboat Printshop. He holds degrees in printmaking and fine art from Washington University and the University of South Dakota and has shown his work throughout the country at fairs, galleries, and exhibitions. He is most proud of having work in the archives of the National Gallery of Art. Originally from Tennessee, Paul has lived and worked in Pittsburgh since 2006.

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Pink House

Pink House

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Pink House

Pink House is a collective of Pittsburgh based artists making jewelry and home goods. The members of Pink House make work about the home, decorative appeal, and contemporary fashion and couture.

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REIKO YAMAMOTO

REIKO YAMAMOTO

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REIKO YAMAMOTO

TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville In-Room Cups

Reiko Yamamoto makes modern, versatile, and functional pottery for everyday use. In 2013, Reiko began her studio practice in Pittsburgh, after studying fine art at The College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Her aesthetic and collection are most influenced by her childhood in Japan. Reiko ate daily meals from handmade pottery. Her family’s table filled with an eclectic array of serving pieces and dishes in various sizes, shapes, and patterns. Today, Reiko’s range of tabletop and home goods are made to mix-and-match and create a

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Rick Landesberg

Rick Landesberg

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Rick Landesberg

Rick is an artist and founder of Landenberg Designs. His work has received awards from AIGA, the Art Directors Club, Communication Arts magazine, Print magazine, the New York Type Directors Club, the Art Directors Club of Los Angeles, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the American Association of Museums, and the University and College Designers Association (UCDA).

Rick has lectured on design issues nationally and abroad, and has judged the Communication Arts Design Annual competition. He was a founder and board member of the Pittsburgh chapter of AIGA, and also belongs to the Communications Network. Rick was a long-time member of the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design. He serves on the communications advisory board of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. He is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh.

Rick is a recipient of the AIGA Fellow Award. The Fellow award program is a means of recognizing mature designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within their local or regional design community.

 Rick received a BFA from University of the Arts, and also holds a Certificate, Advanced Course of Study, from Central St. Martins College of Art, London, England.

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RIVERSIDE DESIGNS

RIVERSIDE DESIGNS

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RIVERSIDE DESIGNS

TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville Banquet Platters
Established in 1996, Riverside Design Group offers skillfully crafted glass tableware and specialty products. President and founding partner, Mary Irwin-Scott, and her talented team build a creative business driven by high design and committed to regional manufacturing. Riverside Design Group’s collections offer durable, artful, and functional glass products and works closely with small producers in Western Pennsylvania, whose products maximize quality and artistry.

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Ryan Lammie

Ryan Lammie

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Ryan Lammie

Ryan Lammie is a sculptural painter living in Lawrenceville, PA. Ryan uses found-objects, industrial materials, and domestic waste as source material for creating multi-dimensional monochromatic light-driven work. Over the last year, Ryan’s work has been featured in the North-East Issue of New American Paintings, WQED’s Pittsburgh 360, and Sabika Jewelry’s 2014 Catalog. Ryan attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY from 2007 to 2012. Before returning to Pittsburgh, Ryan was awarded the Elizabeth Stokel Battell Fellowship Award and attended the Yale Norfolk Residency, in 2011. In addition to his studio practice, Ryan also founded Radiant Hall Studios.

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Salvador Alane

Salvador Alane

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Salvador Alane

Brick Shop Decanters and Food Domes

Salvador Alane is a new line of modern bar and tableware from glass artists Julian Salvador Maturino and Leah Alane Lynn. Since 2016, they developed a line of thoughtfully designed glassware. Exploring optics and layers of transparency, their new collection of glassware, decanters, pitchers, serving pieces, and home décor is sophisticated and timeless.  With the introduction of Salvador Alane, Leah and Julian refine their products and develop carefully balanced and functional designs. Crisp and effortless, their aesthetic speaks to design and entertaining aficionados, bar and restaurateurs, as well as retailers nationwide.

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Sarah Jacobs

Sarah Jacobs

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Sarah Jacobs

Sarah Jacobs is a contemporary artist. Her work has been exhibited in the US and in Europe and she has taken part in artist residencies in Grimma, Germany and Cali, Colombia. During the summer of 2019 she will be an artist resident at the Helene Wurlitzer residency in Taos, New Mexico. She has won multiple grants, including the Arts Council England Artist Grant, and her work can be found in public and private collections in the US, UK, and Hong Kong. She has had solo and two person exhibitions in New York City, London, Wrocław, Poland and Bristol, England, among other cities. A large scale reproduction of one of her paintings is currently installed at the Pittsburgh International Airport. 

Born in West Virginia in 1984, Jacobs was raised in Littlestown, Pennsylvania. She was educated in Art History at Gettysburg College and received her MFA from the Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in 2010. There she studied under Joyce Kozloff and Timothy App. Jacobs moved back to the USA in 2014 after 3 years living in London and Bristol, UK where she became a naturalized British citizen. From 2014 – 2016 she taught art at the University of Maryland and Gettysburg College. She now teaches at Carlow University in Pittsburgh and spends her time there and in New York.

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sarika goulatia

sarika goulatia

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sarika goulatia

Sarika Goulatia is a visual artist best known for her large-scale sensory sculptures and installations. Goulatia’s work is diverse in theme, material, process, and approach; it is united conceptually and tactically in its reflection of an unambiguous idea.

Goulatia transforms ordinary objects into compelling works of art that reflect her own determination and fortitude through explorations of various mediums, techniques, and genres. Her works range from sculpted ceramics to cast bronzes and aluminum, from extensively drilled/nailed wood to assemblages using found objects. Each piece is infused with vitality, enthusiasm and an investigational approach.

She is driven by an irresistible impulse to make labor-intensive work. Despite the incredible labor involved in her process, the completed work indicates that all questions and contradictions, especially those within the maximum and the minimal, disappear into a quiet place that invites contemplation.  Noted for a dense accumulation of multiple materials, her sometimes ephemeral, often poignant, environments create immersive experiences. Goulatia does not shy away from the challenging, the difficult, or even the disturbing in her installation-based practice, but she masks her intent through her onerous, labor-intensive techniques.

In addition, as a diaspora artist, her work stems from the intersection of her dual national identity; the synergy of this distinctiveness allows her to break through cultural barriers. She was born and raised in India and currently is based in Pittsburgh. Her extensive practice—predominantly in sculpture and installation—touches on the frailty of human experience, often drawing on personal challenges and socio-cultural issues.

Goulatia has had solo exhibitions at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and was named the Emerging Artist of 2016. She has exhibited work in group and solo shows through the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust for the International Society of Sculptors Conference (2016) and as part of the India in Focus Festival (2015). Important group exhibitions include shows at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art (2016), The Mine Factory (2013 and 2015), the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s Annual at the Carnegie Museum of Art (2016), and Double Consciousness at the Mattress Factory Museum (2007).

Goulatia was the recipient of the prestigious 2017 Carol R. Brown Award Creative Achievement Award, provided through the Investing in Professional Artists grants program, a partnership of The Heinz Endowments and The Pittsburgh Foundation.  She is also the recipient of the Sally Gehl, Samuel Rosenberg and Elizabeth Jones Award in Humanities and Art at Carnegie Mellon University (2006). She has been awarded residency/exhibition opportunities at Neu Kirche and the Alloy at Carrie Furnace.

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Savannah Hayes

Savannah Hayes

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Savannah Hayes

TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville In-Room Throw

Based out of her studio in Highland Park, Savannah is inspired by big cities, and the bold, graphic shapes inherent to urban landscape. Influenced by an urban, graphic aesthetic, Savannah loves pattern and color and is always seeking new ways to apply print and texture to the world around her. Through surface and textile design, she strives to create patterns in varying scale, texture, and mood. Her products include decorative pillows, throw blankets, baby blankets, tea towels, zip pouches, and an extensive line of fabric-by-the-yard.

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SETH CLARK

SETH CLARK

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SETH CLARK

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Seth LeDonne

Seth LeDonne

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Seth LeDonne

Seth LeDonne is a multidisciplinary artist from/living in/working in SW-Pennsylvania. He uses images and words to highlight and amplify the meaning surrounding our day-to-day experiences. Seth earned a BFA with a concentration in painting and sculpture from California University of Pennsylvania. He has self-published zines and small art books for the past decade and currently creates drawings, paintings, writing, and photos. His preferred camera is the original Iphone 4.

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TEMPER & GRIT

TEMPER & GRIT

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TEMPER & GRIT

**Also designed and fabricated Over Eden Bar Steps and Brick Shop Bar Canopy, Retractable Coat Rack, Bar Back Shelving & TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville Coat Racks
Temper and Grit is a design-build shop offering design and fabrication services. From furniture to fixtures, Temper and Grit offers thoughtfully executed and well-made products for residential and commercial projects. Designers Nicholas Volpe and Nickalaus Gilson combine woodworking, metalworking, and blacksmithing to create innovative products with integrity.



 

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Tugboat

Tugboat

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Tugboat

Tugboat Printshop (Pittsburgh, PA) is an internationally recognized artist press specializing in finely-crafted, original woodcut print editions.
 
Valerie Lueth (Artist/Printmaker/Founder) runs operations & produces woodcuts at T.B.P.S. She is a dedicated & multi-faceted artist/operator at Tugboat for 12 years & counting (co-founded in 2006). Valerie’s grassroots approach to making & sharing print projects is hands-on & upbeat.

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