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Out & About: Greensburg Art Center exhibit

Dawn Law
| Sunday, May 15, 2016, 9:00 p.m.
Exhibiting artist, Claire Hardy, (second from left), of Sewickley, artwork (shown back), is joined by (from left), Linda Blum, Sue Pollins and Mandy Sirofchuck, at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Exhibiting artist, Claire Hardy, (second from left), of Sewickley, artwork (shown back), is joined by (from left), Linda Blum, Sue Pollins and Mandy Sirofchuck, at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
(from left), Christina Fiorina, of Hempfield Township, and Donna Kepka, of Hempfield Township, mingle at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Christina Fiorina, of Hempfield Township, and Donna Kepka, of Hempfield Township, mingle at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
(from left), Caddy Hutchinson, and her husband, Harry, of Greensburg, pose for a photo at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Caddy Hutchinson, and her husband, Harry, of Greensburg, pose for a photo at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
(from left), Lois Ann Watson joins Elly and Bob Katchur for a photo, at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Lois Ann Watson joins Elly and Bob Katchur for a photo, at the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
WCCC Visual Arts students, (from left), Nick Silvis, of Greensburg, Brandon Miele, of Greensburg, Hope Moyer, of New Alexandria, and Maria Coughanour, of Scottdale, gather for a photo near their art display,(back), during the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', paintings by artist, Claire Hardy, (not shown), held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
WCCC Visual Arts students, (from left), Nick Silvis, of Greensburg, Brandon Miele, of Greensburg, Hope Moyer, of New Alexandria, and Maria Coughanour, of Scottdale, gather for a photo near their art display,(back), during the opening reception for 'Expired Mills: Inspired Landscapes 2016', paintings by artist, Claire Hardy, (not shown), held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016.

“Expired Mills, Inspired Landscapes,” an oil painting art exhibition, opened May 14 in the Rowe Gallery at Greensburg Art Center.

The work of Claire Hardy is on display through June 24. Hardy, a California native who lives in Sewickley, Allegheny County, is inspired by the history of the Pittsburgh region. She paints farmland and industrial landscapes, while exploring color and contrast, and harmonizing textures and glazes.

Sue Pollins and Renie Pollock were co-chairwomen of the opening.

On June 4, in conjunction with the show, the art center will sponsor Cafe Art a la Mode, an open house with special sales and presentations from 1 to 4 p.m.

Seen: Paul and Mandy Sirofchuck with daughter Clair, Cheryl Kirsch, Barbara Ferrier, Don Pollock, Linda Blum, Jerry Scorpion, Bill and Sue Kiren, Kay Rowe, Anita Manoli, Natalie Herman, Hope Moyer and Westmoreland County Community College visual arts students Maria Coughanour, Nick Silvis and Brandon Miele, who have their work on display in the classroom at the art center.

— Dawn Law

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