Pathways features a selection of vibrant works by jeweler, metalsmith and enamelist Sharon Massey. The exhibiting work reveals connections and patterns between people that are invisible or under appreciated.
Meant to invoke thoughts of boundaries, networks, and connections, Massey created enameled steel pieces in her exhibition that represent common man-made patterns, such as masonry, roadways, nets, and fences, seen in every day life. By highlighting the micro and macro scale of these patterns and motifs, Massey’s work explores these markings and their effects on how we exist within this world and how we communicate in person and online, locally and globally.
CC’s BNY Mellon Satellite Gallery is located at 500 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (in the Lobby of the Steel Plaza T-Station at Oliver Street and Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh). This exhibit is opened daily through midnight and is also free to the public.
Photo featured: Sharon Massey.?Supply Chain, 2018, enamel on steel. Each piece is 8″ x 10″. Photo: Sharon Massey.
In celebrating of Society of North American Goldsmiths’ (SNAG) 50th Anniversary, we are participating in the SNAG’s 50th Anniversary Partnership Program to promote this exhibition – Pathways: Sharon Massey.