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Live Music by:
JAMES JOHNSON III
Described as a musical chameleon with wide-ranging talents, James Johnson III adapts comfortably to a variety of genres. Precursory to his worldwide career, he attended Pittsburgh’s CAPA, where he was mentored by jazz great Roger Humphries. This laid the foundation for a stellar career that has included performing as a regular member with legendary jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal.
Electric Kool-Aid at the Brewhouse presented by Grits Capone and Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. The exhibit is on view through November 26, 2017 The Brewhouse is located at 711 21st Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203. For details, click here.
Joyce’s painting entitled 1968 was selected to be included in the Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Exhibition. Out of a pool of 600 entries submitted, only 54 works were chosen to be featured. Joyce is one of the only 50 artists accepted into this highly anticipated event at the festival. The Arts Festival is running from June 2 – June 11.
Joyce’s painting 1968 is on view everyday during the festival in the Trust Arts Education Center on Liberty Avenue downtown from noon – 8pm.
Pittsburgh and other recent works by Joyce Werwie Perry
May 20, 2016 6-9PM
Join Joyce at her studio gallery, le Poire located at 11 East Crafton Avenue in Pittsburgh, to view her collection of Pittsburgh paintings and other recent works. The event is free and open to the public, one night only on May 20th from 6-9 pm.
Friday, April 15th
5PM – 9PM
15+ Artist Receptions
A Silent Auction of 30 handmade Adirondack Chairs sponsored by the businesses, organizations, and individuals of the Village of Sewickley. Each chair is hand-painted by a local Pittsburgh or Sewickley artist! Stop by Explore Sewickley to pick up your map and be on your way.
Saturday, April 16th
10AM – 5PM
The stakes are high, be sure you’re not outbid! Bidding and art exhibitions continue until 5pm. Winners will be notified after 5pm.
Joyce’s painting entitled Four Women, was chosen to be part of a national exhibit called “In-Visible” at Point Park University, 201 Wood Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222. The Juror who selected the work for this exhibit is John Carson, Head of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University.
The exhibit opens with a public reception on Friday, March 18, 2016 6-8pm and runs thru May 8, 2016. You can also visit the show during university hours, Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.