I’ll be participating in the following exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

An appetite for art: Differing views on food, dining and the art of cooking

Nemacolin Gallery exhibition, opening 1/4/18

Joyce Werwie Perry (Lautrec’s Kitchen, Oil on canvas paintings)

Mark Panza, (Contradictions: Contemporary, digitized & manipulated photography of farm fresh vegetables)

Mara Light, (Realistic, table-scapes and still lifes; oils on canvas, painted in the traditional manner)

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

1001 Lafayette Drive

Farmington, PA 15437

AAP Asociated Artists of Pittsburgh Exhibit at Bottleworks Johnstown Pa. Dates TBA

https://www.facebook.com/events/126519864722929/“Small Works" is an exhibit consisting of artwork created by Group A and its invited guests. Group A is a Pittsburgh based artist group of 100 or fewer visual artists.

Opening Reception: Friday November 10, 6-10 PM

Free and open to the public.


Graham Shearing is a writer and was once an art critic in Pittsburgh and elsewhere. He is also a collector of art by dead people, and, progressively, by the living. He occasionally juries shows; this is his second time curating work by members of Group A. He has curated several exhibits by other art guilds in Pittsburgh as well as shows in local museums and galleries. He is now largely retired but a keen observer of the contemporary art scene.

He is especially interested in the role of Group A in the community, going back to their founding as the Abstract Group over seventy years ago. Group A was founded in response to the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's refusal to show abstract work at the time. Identity is important in any group, but so is free-thinking and expression.

The theme of the show is broad...small works. He hopes that smallness does not exclude largeness of conception. In his own collection he has pieces that can be fitted in his pocket, but viewed in his hand and in no time take on monumental significance.