Cohen & Grigsby to Feature Works from Associated Artists of Pittsburgh in Firm’s New Gallery Exhibition
Exhibit to be on Display through January 22, 2010
PITTSBURGH, PA – November 19, 2009 – Cohen & Grigsby, a business law firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA and offices in Naples and Bonita Springs, FL, has unveiled the latest art exhibition to be featured in the C&G Gallery, located in the firm’s Pittsburgh headquarters (EQT Plaza, 625 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA). Titled “ANTHOLOGY,” the exhibit includes the work of eight well-known local artists affiliated with the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh:
- Tina Brewer (story quilts/African American theme)
- Ron Donoughe (landscapes and city-scapes)
- Bud Gibbons (large realistic paintings)
- Jane Haskell (oil on canvas)
- George Kollar (photography/nature and architectural images)
- Ron Nigro (assemblage/sculptures)
- Richard Stoner (photography)
- Kathleen Zimbicki (watercolors)
“When Cohen & Grigsby re-established its Pittsburgh headquarters in the Cultural District in 2008, we made a commitment to support arts and culture in our region,” said Jack Elliot, president and CEO of Cohen & Grigbsy. “We firmly believe that a robust Cultural District will ultimately contribute to the overall growth and vitality of the region. We are proud to support that endeavor by making the C&G Gallery a vibrant showcase for regional artists to display their brilliant mixed-media works.” As part of the firm’s dedication to promoting arts and culture in the region, Cohen & Grigsby has forged a partnership with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. In 2009, the firm entered its second year as the presenting sponsor of the “Trust Presents” series, which brings a diverse array of entertainment to Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.
“ANTHOLOGY” will be available for public viewing through January 2010. Those wishing to view the exhibition should call 412-297-4900 to make an appointment.