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January 10-March 14, 2004
Free Opening Reception, January 9, 5:30-8pm

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Working Series
The Craftsmen's Guild of Pittsburgh presents an exhibition of sculptures and three- dimensional works by nine artists who explore their personal creative processes and themes within the context of a series of work.

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Witticisms/Criticisms/Cynicisms
Through both traditional and digital printmaking techniques, the Pittsburgh Print Group offers new and personal commentary to make sense of the fugue of our postmodern information age.

Anatomy/Autonomy
In Patricia Barefoot's large-scale drawings and mixed media works composed of materials such as wallpaper and medical documents, she explores the external and internal structural makeup of the human female, reflecting her reverence and respect for the human body and nature's "design."

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La Joie De Vivre
Inspired by music, Richard Claraval's lyrical installation constructed out of polystyrene (AKA styrofoam) combines murals of abstracted organic shapes with large sculptures that fuse the human figure with other natural forms.

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January 24, 2 p.m.
Artist's Talk - On the Human Figure
with Pat Barefoot, Richard Claraval, and members of the Craftsmen's Guild of Pittsburgh

January 31, 1-4 p.m.
A Poetic Response to Anatomy/Autonomy
Discussions/readings hosted by Dawn Patton

February 21, 2 p.m.
Artists' Talk with members from The Pittsburgh Print Group.

*All taking place at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the big yellow mansion on the hill located at 6300 Fifth Avenue at the corner of Shady and Fifth Avenues in Shadyside. For more information call 412.361.0873 or visit www.pittsburgharts.org.

 
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