“American Idol” veteran Aubrey Burchell will entertain during the March 16 opening of “Graveyard Shift,” a solo art exhibition by pop abstractionist Zach Sierocki, at The Headkeeper Tapas Bar in Greensburg.
The event is set for 6-8 p.m. in the restaurant at 618 S. Main St.
“Graveyard Shift” is a collection of the Ligonier artist’s recent work, which has been on display at Locality Gallery in Bedford, Bedford County.
Following the stint at The Headkeeper, which ends on May 18, the show will move to Square Cafe in Pittsburgh’s Regent Square neighborhood, Sierocki says.
The 30 pieces combine “abstract with pop culture icons, a small collection of photography edits, and a glimpse of future projects,” Sierocki says. “Growing up with these characters from movies, TV shows and comics, there starts to form a relationship with us the viewers. My goal is to enhance that connection using color and the force of abstract.”
Sierocki, the Christian education coordinator at Heritage United Methodist Church in Ligonier, was voted second-best visual artist in Pittsburgh in 2017 by Pittsburgh City Paper. He took third place in 2018.