Art Gallery

Our art gallery features quarterly art shows from local and regional artists. 



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Quaishawn Whitlock


John l. Baker 

November 17 - December 1

John L. Baker Biography

John Leo Baker was born in McKees Rocks, PA on March 27, 1927 to Theresa and Nicholas Baker.  He was the seventh out of nine children.  His family owned and operated The Seven Baker Brothers Bakeryin the West End of Pittsburgh. When John was twelve, his mother enrolled him in St. Joseph’s School of Practical and Fine Arts of East Liberty, Pittsburgh.  On Saturdays, he traveled by trolley and bus to East Liberty from McKees Rocks.



September 14 - September 24

Through years of observation, its clear the green in my neighborhood is menthol. For a long time, I have been photographing the discarded Newport cigarette packs populating the streets. While those empty packs remain a memento of my former nicotine addiction, this project has evolved into a meditation on mortality, personal choices, a community's habit, and its effects on people like me. 

A born & bred Rocks girl, Angele Love, M.E.T., is an Associate Professor of Media Arts & Animation at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. 


April 27 - May 25

Dana Ingham is a McKees Rocks artist that works with light and paper. His miniatures are a comment on contemporary society. Join us for an opening reception on April 26 from 6pm-9pm. RSVP to the opening and find out more about the show by clicking the link below



Albert has been creating ART since his college days at New York University, where he studied business. His art has evolved from doodles and Pen & Ink, to serious wax oil drawings,  to the cubist mosaic Cereal box collages he has become known for. In the past several years he has been creating large-scale "Epic" collage works on various themes including Historical, Biblical, Literary, Musical, Lyrical, botanical, Logo Montages, Color Studies, Mathematical & Geographical


African american Celebration 2018 

We are excited to host 3 great programs to celebrate African American History Month. 

The winners of the United We Stand art show:

Kaceem Barnett  - 1st Place 

Krystal Sleasman - 2nd Place

Jenifer Davison - 3rd Place 

A very special "Thank You" to Mr. Willie Dawson, for curating this fantastic project. 

Jo Anne Elliott Pugh

Local painter featuring a variety of works from portraiture to still life. more info coming

August 2018