A Silly Ink Drawing of 6th Avenue in Pittsburgh, PA by Carol Skinger. 8 1/2" x 11" Print. Printed in Archival Inks on off white fine art paper with a nice tooth.
Cars, bikes, a bus, pedestrians and a kayak make their way up or down 6th Avenue under the gaze of the Duquesne Club, Trinity Cathedral, First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh, Granite Building, EQT Plaza, K&L Gates Center, Wood St Galleries and the Wood St. T Station.
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Whimsical drawing shows skaters and skiers on a winter day in Pittsburgh. Drawing shows Robert Burns by sculptor John Massey Rhind, Botany Hall 1901, Phipps Conservatory 1893, Cathedral of Learning 1937, Scaife Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University. Continue reading →More Info »
A whimsical ink drawing of Heinz Field & the Point, Pittsburgh by Carol Skinger Heinz Field is the home of field of the Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh Football teams. The fountain at the point is fed from a More Info »
Grant Street Things seen in this illustration: Robert Qualters construction workers in foreground, helicopter, Oxford Center, Frick Building 1902, H. H. Richardson’s Allegheny County Courthouse 1888, City County Building 1917; One Mellon Bank Center Continue reading →More Info »