Nautical for summertime at the lake, or a trip to London right on your fingers. How about the Pirates “P” and the city skyline for a baseball game? Whatever you want, Dallas Sauers can create it at her salon, Dallas Beauty Lounge.
A local artist is boiling mad because she says Walmart was selling one of her paintings without her permission.
At a busy corner in Wilkinsburg stands the “House of Gold.”
Hale Street in Homewood at the turn of the 20th century was a neighborhood for middle-class African-American families making decent livings working in the nearby mansions of men who made Pittsburgh an industrial powerhouse.
The Warhol Museum is one place in Pittsburgh where you can take a real “walk on the wild side.”
A New Castle native who has made Pittsburgh his home is using his commitment and passion to sculpting to benefit non-profit organizations.
Paul Warhola, a World War II Navy Veteran and elder brother of the artist Andy Warhol, has died. He was 91.
“I’m just going to weave these cards together and if you watch the ink, it says KD Country four times on the deck of cards.”
Scott LoBaido is not just painting a wall. The artist from Staten Island paints giant American flags for veterans nationwide.
Imagine painting more than 2,000 works of art, then giving them all away.
There’s a search going on for a beloved statue taken from Pittsburgh’s Uptown.
The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival has a new exhibit this year called “The Art House at the Arts Festival” by local multi-disciplinary artist, Vanessa German.
Cartoonist Joe Wos, owner of the “Toonseum” in Downtown Pittsburgh, is nearing completion of a 30-foot, hand-drawn maze.
Laurie Trok has assembled her studio, tucked under the eaves of a small rowhouse, with a narrow window providing the only natural light.
Jim Rugg is a Pittsburgh artist best known for his work in comics. He co-created and drew Street Angel, Afrodisaic with Brian Maruca, and worked for for D.C. Comics on their The Plain Janes series.