Joyce Werwie Perry paints the human condition. An award-winning Pittsburgh artist, Perry explores extreme textures, mixed materials and disparate styles in her paintings. Whether abstract forms evoking Pittsburgh’s architecture or realistic impressions of old family photographs, Perry’s works are universal, and at the same time very personal.
More than 150 of Joyce Werwie Perry’s paintings can be found in public and private collections across the country. Her works have been shown at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Andy Warhol Museum, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and Butler Museum of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, along with other national and local galleries. A member of the National Association of Women Artists and member and former Vice President/Exhibitions Co-Chair of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Perry also teaches her original knife technique at her Crafton studio and Sweetwater Center for the Arts.