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Further art discussions and notifications for the artwork of Sam Thorp

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

 

Art ! and stuff!

This Friday is the ever- lovin' UnBlurred that takes place on the Penn Ave.  I've said it before: this is the heart of the Pittsburgh art scene. This is where the exchange of ideas and aesthetics takes place.
I'll have a few pieces at Most Wanted Fine Art this month.
The basement a.k.a. Stuff -n- Such Society has a show put together by Penn Avenue Eyewear.
Penn Avenue Eyewear is an independent Pittsburgh based retailer committed to designing stylish prescription glasses and non-prescription sunglasses. PAE presents an exhibit highlighting the works of 14 established artists, each incorporating a pair of PAE frames into their piece. All the artwork will be auctioned off to support The Homeless Child Fund. PAE believes that eyewear reflects your style and personality - much in the way an artists’ work expresses their motivation. By bridging the gap between style and art we hope to create a discussion about our lives behind the glasses.
Featured Artists include Jason Sauer, Eanna Holton, Steph Sciullo, Dante Lombardi, Macabre Noir, Bella Sin, Kai Devenitch, Kahmeela Adams, Rich Jackley, Laura, Petrilla, Ande Marsh, Darrell Kinsel, Sam Thorp, and Nina Gibbs*

In short, this is your chance to get some customized frames made by me.

"Eve"

I'll also have additional eyeglass inspired art.


Each are one of kind. So snatch them up quick. See you there.
https://www.facebook.com/events/139712036236859/

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