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Focus on 'Picture This at the Library' for Greensburg Art Center exhibit

Mary Pickels
| Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, 11:21 a.m.
DOUBLE VISION: (from left), Diane Ciabattoni, assistant to the library director, Shirleah and Keith Kelly, and Rose Sovyak, library liaison for the Greensburg Art Center. The art center and the Greensburg-Hempfield Library are sponsoring the joint venture 'Picture This at the Library,' opening on Feb. 12 and featuring the art of GAC member Joni Rossell. Shown above is the opening reception for 'Picture This at the Library: Celebrating Double Vision of Art Photography' featuring photography work of Suzanne and Jim Andrews, held at the library in October. Guests enjoyed refreshments as they admired the photography, followed by a few words by each photographer explaining their work. Rossell's exhibit will be on display through April 5.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
DOUBLE VISION: (from left), Diane Ciabattoni, assistant to the library director, Shirleah and Keith Kelly, and Rose Sovyak, library liaison for the Greensburg Art Center. The art center and the Greensburg-Hempfield Library are sponsoring the joint venture 'Picture This at the Library,' opening on Feb. 12 and featuring the art of GAC member Joni Rossell. Shown above is the opening reception for 'Picture This at the Library: Celebrating Double Vision of Art Photography' featuring photography work of Suzanne and Jim Andrews, held at the library in October. Guests enjoyed refreshments as they admired the photography, followed by a few words by each photographer explaining their work. Rossell's exhibit will be on display through April 5.

“Picture This at the Library,” a joint venture between the Greensburg Art Center and the Greensburg-Hempfield Library, will open the 2018 season for the center, according to a release.

Greensburg Art Center member Joni Rossell's exhibit will open Feb. 12 and run through April 5 at the library, 237 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Greensburg.

A public reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. March 2 at the library.

Anyone interested in becoming an exhibitor for the 2019 season may contact Rosemary Sovyak at 412-558-0810 or sovyak@aol.com.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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