Archive for August, 2014

Prints For Paws

Fellow Pittsburghers, who include award-winning photographer, Dave DiCello and myself have decided to come together showcasing our artistic talents in order to benefit regional businesses and organizations throughout the Pittsburgh region. We each share a deep appreciation and admiration for the city of Pittsburgh and all of the unique people and places which make Pittsburgh someplace special. Dave and I have been fortunate to carve our own storied artistic paths in our chosen professional design careers and we are continually working towards establishing ourselves as two of the great artists of the 21st century in the Steel City.

Dave and I have our fine art creations regularly featured on the popular Facebook page Pittsburgh Pa-OneBurgh thanks in part to Elizabeth Dickinson who is the founder of the page. Our artwork has been shared with thousands upon thousands of Pittsburghers both across the country and around the world. We both feel very humbled by all of the adoration and positive feedback which we receive from our individual fans. Many of our fans are former Pittsburghers stretched out across the country who get to relive the places which have special meaning to them through the detailed illustrations and captivating photographs. To show our appreciation and gratitude for all that Elizabeth has done to promote our artwork the past few years, we have decided to donate towards a cause which has special meaning to Ms. Dickinson. We will be donating a percentage of the sale of our prints from Thursday, August 21st through Sunday, August 24th to the Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center in Pittsburgh. For a short biography on each of us and a direct link to our fine art websites see below. You will be equally impressed with the artwork we have created through our fine art illustrations and photographs which are some of the finest you will find anywhere to adorn your Pittsburgh home or corporate office.

Steel City Artist Illustrations


Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center

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