The large oil paintings are inspired by nature but contemporized by the use of unnatural color that signals that things may not be what they seem. The solo exhibition continues through Nov. 9 at Christine Frechard Gallery in Lawrenceville.
Dozens of people attended a service at the Christine Frechard Gallery in Squirrel Hill to pay their respects to the hundreds of people suffering in Paris.
With the flurry of fall activity in the Pittsburgh-area visual-arts scene, much of it with an international flair, its heartwarming to find such a well put together showing of works by local artists as “Amazing Artists Pittsburgh,” on display at Squirrel Hill's Christine Frechard Gallery.
A show at Christine Fréchard Gallery illustrates two very different approaches to contemporary art, two states of mind.
It seems fitting that paintings of rich hues and emotions grace the walls of a local gallery during the typically love-filled month of February. On Feb. 14, Squirrel Hill’s Christine Fréchard Gallery will host a Valentine’s Day opening reception for Jewish painter Susan Winicour.
The Christine Frechard Art Gallery, Squirrel Hill, is presenting an exhibition of works by Susan Winicour with the goal of elevating appreciation for the achievements of the late Pittsburgh artist who was 74 years old when she died of cancer in 2013.
Vibrant mixed-media paintings by Zivi Aviraz of North Oakland are interspersed at Christine Frechard Gallery in Squirrel Hill with warm sculptures made from natural materials, such as wood and stone, by Pasquale Pristera of Churchill.
An enclave for arts of all kinds, though most noted for the captivating paintings adorning the front window, the Christine Frechard Gallery hosts artists from around the world.
“I was ready to go out of business at the end of January,” she says. “I was half packed and out of the door — with sadness, of course — when a Belgian angel passed by. He asked to partner with me. … That happened three days before closing.”