April 2, 2016–April 1, 2017

Farm Animal Portraits
Presented by the students of Pittsburgh CAPA

The Magenta Foundation is pleased to bring its fourth public outdoor art exhibition to Triangle Park. Here, the burgeoning talent of the latest art stars from Pittsburgh CAPA present their unique one-off pop art farm animal portraits.

POP ART Presented by the Students of Pittsburgh CAPA (left to right: Julia Melnyk, Aleksei Kaminski, Emily Quin Dowd, Ben Finnstrom and Elizabeth A Sprenkel) POP ART Presented by the Students of Pittsburgh CAPA (left to right: Julia Melnyk, Aleksei Kaminski, Emily Quin Dowd, Ben Finnstrom and Elizabeth A Sprenkel)

Statement

The goal of this installation is to celebrate high school students and give them a platform for their creativity in a larger public venue, while inspiring all of us to celebrate artists at all stages of life.

Featured Students

  • Julia Melnyk (Chicken)
  • Aleksei Kaminski (Cow)
  • Emily Quin Dowd (Donkey)
  • Ben Finnstrom (Rooster)
  • Elizabeth A Sprenkel (Dog)

April 2, 2016–April 1, 2017

The exhibition is now over. Thanks for joining us and supporting our artists.

See the event photos →

22Apr

Opening Reception
5:30–9:00 pm

Triangle Park
(across from Fairmont Pittsburgh)
510 Market Street
Pittsburgh PA 15222

About Magenta POP

The Magenta Foundation consistently strives to discover new and exciting ways to move art from inside traditional exhibition spaces toward less formal, and more accessible, outdoor public spaces through unexpected pop-up art installations. We believe that public art needs to be in more outdoor spaces, reaching more people and uniting artists and arts communities everywhere.

We’re always excited to work with cities and neighbourhoods to help improve public spaces. Stay tuned for much more to come and many new cities to host public art.