The Heinz History Center has acquired the 90 Neighborhoods of Pittsburgh. The permanent exhibition is on the 4th floor near the Mr. Rogers Neighborhood display. http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org/
Thanks to everyone, especially the Pittsburgh foundations, for making this project a piece of Pittsburgh history. It can be seen on the 4th floor near the Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. The gift shop at the History Center is now selling the 90 Neighborhoods book. So you’ll be able to see the exhibition and buy the book at the same place.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is using his office to promote Pittsburgh artists. I feel honored to have 5 paintings featured. This one, Winter Window Flag, hangs directly across from his desk.
Click Here to read a news article about the event.
The two small paintings with the wooden frames are in the permanent collection of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
One is Braddock and the other is Neville Island.
The museum just finished a multi-million dollar expansion. If you get a chance, go because it is an amazing collection. I’m very proud to be a part of it.
To purchase the 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods book, a poster, or neighborhood print visit the PCA gift shop in person or online: Here
The opening for my 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhood project was Friday May 15th and ran through August 9th, 2015.
You can watch a featured segment about the exhibit with Dave Crawley on KDKA.
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Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Indigogo campaign! We met our goal to print the book in Pittsburgh.
Kurt Shaw, the art critic for Total Trib Media wrote a nice feature about my 90 neighborhoods project in the Tribune Review. This photo was taken by Guy Wathen. Here is the link to the article:
Click Here to read more about the Cambria County Courthouse Murals.
Next Pittsburgh just launched a new web site and I’m honored to be one of the features.
Check out this new online Pittsburgh news magazine. It is really well done!
I’m proud to have my very own Wikipedia page. This has been up since September 2011.
Welcome to the newest version of my website, aka v3 of donoughe.com. Thanks to my twin brother Don, of Donoughe Design.