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


Currently on Display

Sandra Beitsinger

Sandra Beitsinger enjoyed painting for forty years, studying
and taking numerous workshops in the U.S. and Europe.

Most of her artwork depicts images discovered through
her extensive travels in Italy, France and Austria.

Although Sandra has explored different mediums and styles,
she favors painting with oils using the
impasto technique in the impressionistic style.

Currently, she is finding satisfaction recreating monochromatic
knife paintings from vintage black and white family photos.

There is a story to be told behind each of her paintings.

Selected paintings can be reproduced as a giclee.
Contact Sandra regarding purchasing a specific painting.

Art acquisition contact:

Sandra Beitsinger
412-264-2090
412-443-4142 cell
sandrabeitsinger@hotmail.com


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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