WIP Arts had a great time helping the folks at local cafe Patti’s Pasticceria celebrate their 1st Anniversary this past Sunday. Area artists contributed original artwork for the mini WANT IT? HAVE IT! art giveaway. The paintings shown above were created and contributed by artists, Sheay Sczerba and Marcail Madorum.
The Seams: Max Holsinger, Erin Holsinger, Aaron Welch, Stephen Conley, Jake Szirmae & Sandor Szirmae kicked things off with a fun blend of Bluegrass/Dixie/Rock/Folk.
We unveiled the 1st WIP Arts Kid’s Mural, designed and created by the MASD 4th grade art students and their art teacher Nicole Given. Many thanks to Casey Donahoe of Little Bear Painting, Sandy Monier, Tony Kurta, Patti Fiasco Macey, Andrew Macey, Angela Ruccio & the folks at Home Depot N. Versailles for helping it happen.
Nick Fiasco entertained old school with Sinatra & Martin covers and the staff at Patti’s helped close out the event.
We had a blast and are looking forward to more art & music events with Patti’s.
Thank you Artist and Craftsman Supply for sponsoring the Print Your Own Poster session for WIP Arts at the Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival! You guys rock!
Be sure to stop by the WIP booth on Saturday, July 7th to watch and participate as poster designer/artist extraordinaire Brad Towell of MODESTo! demonstrates the art and craft of screenprinting. Hang out, ask questions and get your squeegee on.
Artist and Craftsman Supply is open seven days a week at 5603 Hobart St., Pittsburgh, PA 15217. And they really do rock.
WIP Arts is very pleased to be part of the 38th annual Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival. This four-day, outdoor event features a broad assortment of arts, entertainment and activities. From traditional crafts and the “Heritage Trail” to contemporary fine art and musical performances, all set in the beautiful surroundings of Twin Lakes Park. There are children’s activities, an amazing variety of foods and an artist market full of wonderful creations. It sounds cliché, but it really is a lovely way to spend some time.
The WIP Arts booth will be featuring local and international artists with a ‘wheatpaste’ display of 2-dimensional materials, and we are very proud to be presenting live art demonstrations and performances throughout the event – screenprinters, bellydancers, graffiti artists and more. We will be sharing details as soon as they are confirmed.
If you’re a local artist who is interested in demonstrating your art, or if you would like to have some work displayed, check out the WIP Facebook page and drop us an email, we’d love to hear from you!
WAHF runs from Thursday, July 5 through Sunday, July 8; 11 am – 8 pm