This summer, the Foundation was pleased to present an exhibition of sculptures by the American artist Seward Johnson as a way to recognize the arts as a catalyst for public interaction, enjoyment, and enrichment. Fifteen sculptures from Johnson's "Man On the Street" series were on loan to the City of Pittsburgh from May 4th through August 5th, gracing the areas of One, Two, Three and Four Gateway Center downtown.
Best known for his life-sized sculptures of ordinary people expressed through contemporary life situations, Johnson's works bring a sense of humor, sincerity, creativity, and genuine intrigue to the hustle and bustle of everyday living, with a grace and charm not usually seen. For more on the sculptor, visit his website.
All fifteen sculptures were on display outdoors in Gateway Center and were free for anyone to view. Family and friends brought their cameras to capture these finely detailed pieces in painted bronze - and enjoyed all that downtown Pittsburgh has to offer!
View this brochure map to learn more about the featured sculptures by Seward Johnson.
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