Cohen & Grigsby Showcases Pittsburgh Architecture in New Exhibit by Photographer Roy Engelbrecht

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – March 12, 2014 – Cohen & Grigsby, a business law firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA and an office in Naples, FL, will pay homage to the architecture and historic landmarks in and around Pittsburgh with its latest art exhibit from photographer Roy Engelbrecht. Titled “This Side of the Tunnel,” the three-month art exhibit will begin with an invitation-only reception on April 10 where guests will have the opportunity to meet Engelbrecht and view his photographs. The reception will take place at the C&G Gallery, located in the reception area of the firm’s Pittsburgh headquarters (EQT Plaza, 625 Liberty Avenue).

“Being headquartered in the cultural district has given our firm a true appreciation for the arts in Pittsburgh, and we feel it’s important to feature the work of local artists as much as possible in the C&G Gallery,” said Jack Elliott, president and CEO of Cohen & Grigsby. “Roy Engelbrecht is well known for his architectural and landscape photographs that illustrate Pittsburgh’s past and present. We’re excited to showcase Engelbrecht’s photos in our latest exhibit, and offer our attorneys and staff, our clients, and the public a look at the beautiful city of Pittsburgh through the lens of a renowned photographer.”

Born in Aruba, Engelbrecht is now a Pittsburgh resident and has a studio on the North Side. During the past two decades, Engelbrecht has worked with a variety of businesses and organizations, including Bayer Corp., Westinghouse, Marriott, Sheraton Hotels and the United States District Court. His urban landscapes and architectural photographs capture the grace and humility of Pittsburgh’s landscapes and architecture in a juxtaposition of eclectic styles framed by rivers and bridges.

Engelbrecht’s exhibit will include photographs of iconic Pittsburgh images, including the dramatic city skyline, the Pennsylvanian, PNC Park, Mellon Arena, and the Smithfield Street Bridge.

The public will have an opportunity to view Engelbrecht’s exhibit following the opening reception. To make an appointment, please call 412-297-4900.


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