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Out & About: Modern master shows work at Greensburg Art Center

Kim Stepinsky | Tribune-Review
(from left), George Mendel, Amy Kerlin and Jason Voltz, gather for a photo at the opening reception for 'John DelMonte: A Master In Our Time' exhibit, held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, September 8, 2018.
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From left: Jean DelMonte, her husband and exhibiting artist John DelMonte, and their daughters, Laura DeLuca and Anne Tavoletti
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(from left), Donna Sheridan and Mary Ann DeAngelo pose for a photo while admiring art at the opening reception for 'John DelMonte: A Master In Our Time' exhibit, held at the Greensburg Art Center on Saturday evening, September 8, 2018.
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Exhibiting artist John DelMonte (center) is joined at the opening reception by former students attending from Houston, Texas, Julia Wykoff (left) Samantha Wykoff.
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a master in our time From left: Greensburg Art Center members Don Pollock, Renie Pollock, event chair and center president, Sarah Hunter and James Kuhns, gather at the opening reception Sept. 8 for “John DelMonte: A Master in Our Time” exhibit at the Greensburg Art Center. The work of the Bethel Park artist is on display through Oct. 21. For information on the exhibition, visit

The work of Bethel Park artist John Del Monte is on display through Oct. 21 in the Greensburg Art Center, in an exhibition titled “A Master in Our Time.”

An opening reception was held on Sept. 8 for the show that includes still lifes, landscapes and portraits in oil, pastel and charcoal.

Del Monte, a native of Germany who studied in Italy and at Carnegie Mellon University, has shown his work in galleries in Italy and across the United States.

He uses techniques “reminiscent of Leonardo da Vinci and other masters,” according to a release from the art center.

His work also is the subject of “Master Artist,” a 2013 book by fellow Bethel Park resident Raymond Black .

For information on the exhibition, visit

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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