Cohen & Grigsby Showcases Work of Pittsburgh-based Painter, Sculptor Fabrizio Gerbino

Work of Italian Artist Gerbino Influenced by Industrial-age Surroundings of Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA – September 25, 2013 – Cohen & Grigsby, Cohen & Grigsby, a business law firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA and an office in Naples, FL, is pleased to exhibit the work of Italian painter and sculptor Fabrizio Gerbino. Now living and working in Pittsburgh, Gerbino’s art is inspired by his travels from Italy to Pittsburgh and the relationships that led him along his journey. Titled “CONNECTIONS: The Work of Fabrizio Gerbino,” the three-month art exhibit will begin with an invitation-only reception on Thursday, October 24, 2013 where invited guests will have the opportunity to meet Gerbino and view his works. 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, Pittsburgh, PA).

“Cohen & Grigsby has been proud to feature the work of several local artists in the C&G Gallery, and now we’re pleased to exhibit paintings and sculptures from Fabrizio Gerbino that pay homage to Pittsburgh’s industrial history,” said Jack Elliott, president and CEO of Cohen & Grigsby. “Gerbino’s exhibit also focuses on the concept of the connections he made while traveling from his hometown of Florence, Italy to Pittsburgh. We’re excited that our attorneys and staff, our clients, and the public will have an opportunity to view Gerbino’s works this fall.”

Raised in Florence, Italy, Gerbino now lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pa. Gerbino has made paintings and sculptures that reflect the look and feel of his adopted hometown, often incorporating such vestiges of the industrial past such as gas tanks, gutters, and chain-link fences. His work appears in the permanent collections of Calgon Carbon Corporation, BNY Mellon, RJ Lee Group Inc., The Elmhurst Group (Rand Building), Gateway Financial Inc., ADP Inc., Mancini’s Bakery, Inc., and Eli Lilly Corporation.

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

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