ANGELA LOVE STATEMENT
Through years of observation, its clear the green in my neighborhood is menthol. For a long time, I have been photographing the discarded Newport cigarette packs populating the streets. While those empty packs remain a memento of my former nicotine addiction, this project has evolved into a meditation on mortality, personal choices, a community’s habit, and its effects on people like me.
A born & bred Rocks girl, Angele Love, M.E.T., is an Associate Professor of Media Arts & Animation at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Dana Ingham is a McKees Rocks artist that works with light and paper. His miniatures are a comment on contemporary society.
Albert has been creating ART since his college days at New York University, where he studied business. His art has evolved from doodles and Pen & Ink, to serious wax oil drawings, to the cubist mosaic Cereal box collages he has become known for. In the past several years he has been creating large-scale “Epic” collage works on various themes including Historical, Biblical, Literary, Musical, Lyrical, botanical, Logo Montages, Color Studies, Mathematical & Geographical
AFRICAN AMERICAN CELEBRATION 2018
We are excited to host 3 great programs to celebrate African American History Month.
The winners of the United We Stand art show:
Kaceem Barnett – 1st Place
Krystal Sleasman – 2nd Place
Jenifer Davison – 3rd Place
A very special “Thank You” to Mr. Willie Dawson, for curating this fantastic project.