Art in the Courthouse
Art in the Courthouse
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The Courthouse has artwork on display from murals commissioned during the opening
of the building to our current featured artist displays!
Check back periodically to see current art work that is on display.

Artwork Permanently on Display
Previously Featured Displays

Featured Display by
New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs

This exhibit is the combined works of artists from New Horizons,
the art group from the Center in the Woods Senior Center in California, Pa,
and the Valley Art Club which is based in Charleroi
with an annual exhibition in Monessen.
 
It was organized in 1941 under the auspices of the Monessen
Women's Club and the name was changed to the Valley Art Club in 1951.  

Its purpose is to promote art, cultural appreciation and the beauty of the
Mon Valley with an award for the "Best Valley Scene" at the yearly exhibition.

  New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs  
 

New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs

 
  New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs
 
 

New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs

 
  New Horizons and Valley Art Clubs  


Artwork permanently on display.


A DIALOGUE WITH THE CITY:
WORKS OF ART FROM 1936 TO 2006


United States Post Office and Courthouse Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.



Brochure
GSA art brochure is copy right protected.

 

Steel Industry
by Howard Norton Cook is composed of vignettes that depict groups of men laboring in the different processes of iron and coal mining and steel production.

Located on the 8th floor.


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Sons and Daughters
by Lia Cook(2006) is an innovative hand-woven textile, that adds a human element to the United States Courthouse and Post Office.

Located on the 3rd floor.

 


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