October marked the second annual sculpture exhibition at the library hosted by Public Art Bridgeville and the Pittsburgh Society of Sculptors. Made with a variety of mediums such as wood, bronze, and clay, the sculptures featured a range of subjects.
During the opening reception, art enthusiasts admired the sculptures and met the artists behind the works. When asked what inspired them, the artists’ answers ranged from shapes found in nature to technology to family. The artists themselves ran the gamut from former art teachers to a librarian.
If you missed the show, don’t worry, the exhibition will return next year. In the meantime, you’ll have the chance to see more unique works of art next month as Public Art Bridgeville partners with artists for a month-long exhibition celebrating National Native American Heritage Month. There will be an opening reception on Friday, November 3rd from 5-8 p.m..