The Sideways Museum – Featuring Pittsburgh Visionary Art

The Sideways Museum begins as a window installation at 812 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh.

The Sideways Museum begins as a window installation at 812 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh.

The Sideways Museum is officially up for viewing today.  The project features the work of seven Pittsburgh artists including Jim Rettinger, Liz Hammond, the late Dorothy Williams, Steve Smith, Joann Kielar and Doug Hill.  As organizer, I’ve styled the show with logo, Chartreuse green walls and a few of my own works.

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Liz Hammond is showing her hanging fiber arts sculptures for the first time at The Sideways Museum.  Five pieces gently spin with the changing air currents.

Tom Sarver Projects

Items are numbered for viewing from the window. Private tours are available by request.

At top, robotic hand and other cardboard sculptures by Doug Hill.  At bottom, paintings by Steve Smith.

At middle, robotic hand and other cardboard sculptures by Doug Hill. At bottom, paintings by Steve Smith.

Post-War, a piece by Joann Kielar.

Post-War, a piece by Joann Kielar.

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