Further art discussions and notifications for the artwork of Sam Thorp

Friday, November 21, 2014



ittsburgh, PA. December 5th, 2014- Most Wanted Fine Art displays work by Caldwell & Thorp

New photography and drawings kick off the December Unblurred at MWFA. Caldwell Linker and Sam Thorp challenge the traditional notions of space and boundaries. Caldwell explores the atmospheric effects and psychology of rooms we choose to live in. And Sam Thorp creates life size portraits that break with traditional uses of negative space, resulting in a very engaging contemplation for the viewer.

Beer Samples by Rockbottom Beer and music by Grand Snafu will fill out the evening.
Exhibition runs from: Friday December 5th to December 28th, 2014.
Opening Reception: Friday 5th of September 7pm- to 10pm

The Artists:
Caldwell Linker has worked in photography for over 15 years and has produced a large body of work depicting LGBQT individuals and events. All Through the Night presents a selection of images executed since the artist’s relocation to Pittsburgh in 2007 and reveals an intimate and celebratory portrait of Pittsburgh’s vibrant LGBQT communities.

Sam Thorp is traditionally trained in drawing and anatomy. Sam's studio is located near Pittsburgh, and has had numerous exhibitions in Pittsburgh and has sold artwork the world over.

The Gallery:
Most Wanted Fine Art is dedicated to promoting quality artists and contemporary art & music among the community. Owner and artist Jason Sauer has exhibited and introduced artists of a multitude of movements, styles and media. These talented creators have come from all over the world, revealing the influence of their cultures, and personal experiences. MWFA also hosts music shows at night.
Most Wanted Fine Art
5015 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15224
detail of bagpipe busker. drawing by Sam Thorp

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Sunday, November 16, 2014


Scenes from The Dirtiest Show in Town.

The place was packed. The crowds arrived before the event started. At the peak it was impossible to move. Clearly, there is an audience for adult, sophisticated Erotic art.
Trundle Manor was an excellent host as usual. But maybe it's time to look for a bigger venue. Include more artists....? 
"Boss" Acrylic. 24x48" by Sam Thorp 

"BBWbeauty" Acrylic. 11x14" by Sam Thorp

Russ Wayne rope tying demo.

They came from all over to Trundle Manor view the show. 

"Put a Ring on it" Acrylic 11x14" by Sam Thorp

The human holiday cookie tray. 

"Wolf" Acrylic 20x20" by Sam Thorp

Many pieces sold. But some are still available. Keep an eye open for the closing show announcement.

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Sunday, November 02, 2014


Hey Kids, It's the Dirtiest Show in Town!!

Swissvale, PA. November 15th, 2014- Adult erotic art by Sam Thorp and Mia Donna Maneer.

Sex is Awesome.
If one chooses to have sex, it should be awesome and shame -free. So as part of the continuing crusade against censorship, judgement and ignorance; Trundle Manor brings you more Sex- Positive Fine Art and performances. The show celebrates the various ways we express ourselves intimately; defying morality -police, and outside pressures to “keep it clean”.
Main exhibiting artists are photographer, Mia Donna Maneer and painter, Sam Thorp.
Demos and performances by Russ Wayne, Emily Reteshka, the Absinthe Fairy and more

Opening night is Saturday, November 15th 7pm to 2am. Guests are encouraged to BYOB. Some Absinthe will be served with the return of the naked buffet. Admission is free. Street parking available.

*This is an Adult event for Adults only, who are expected to act like an Adult at all times.
Consent and respectful behavior will be strictly demanded of every guest. *

Mia Donna is a professional freelance photographer in Pittsburgh. Mia has had many eclectic showings of her work at a variety of galleries, and was awarded the first place Attendee's Choice winner for the Spring 2011 Naked in Pittsburgh Show.

Sam Thorp is traditionally trained in drawing and anatomy. Sam's studio is located near Pittsburgh, and has had numerous exhibitions in Pittsburgh and has sold artwork the world over.

Trundle Manor is Pittsburgh's favorite tourist trap based on the eternal need to show off the weird and unusual. As one Yelp reviewer eloquently put it, “This place is MIND BLOWING!” Located in the hilly region of Swissvale, Trundle manor is open for tours by appointment.

7724 Juniata St, Pittsburgh, PA 15218
(412) 916-5544

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