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Gift shop at Excela Westmoreland Hospital to host first art show

Shirley McMarlin
| Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 10:03 a.m.
Greensburg Art Center member artists Renie Pollock (left) and Sue Pollins (right) will be among exhibitors in a show beginning May 7 in the Hospitality Shop at Excela Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg. The two are shown here with artist Bonnie Hoffman at the Greensburg Art Center 2017 Invitational Art Show opening reception.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Greensburg Art Center member artists Renie Pollock (left) and Sue Pollins (right) will be among exhibitors in a show beginning May 7 in the Hospitality Shop at Excela Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg. The two are shown here with artist Bonnie Hoffman at the Greensburg Art Center 2017 Invitational Art Show opening reception.
Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary members Sally Ann Novak (left) and Joan Stairs prepare for the inaugural art show in the Greensburg hospital's gift shop, opening May 7.
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Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary members Sally Ann Novak (left) and Joan Stairs prepare for the inaugural art show in the Greensburg hospital's gift shop, opening May 7.

An installation of works by local artists will open on May 7 in the Hospitality Shop at Excela Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg.

An open house is planned for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. that day at the hospital at 532 W. Pittsburgh St.

The shop's inaugural art exhibition is being installed and displayed by the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary in collaboration with the Greensburg Art Center.

Featured artists are art center president Renie Pollock, Sue Pollins, Marc Scurci, Doreen Currie, Ron Korczynski and the late Dr. Diane Marsh.

Works in the show, including framed art, pottery and fine crafts such as carved wooden acorns, bird houses and art boxes, will be for sale.

Details: 724-834-1460

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@tribweb.com or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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