Happy to announce that my two digital pieces “Sunset Fire” and “Purple Sky” have been juried into the Cranberry Artists Network spring show Seeing in a New Light and will be on display at the Cranberry Municipal Center March 4 – April 15. Opening reception Thursday, March 7, 2019 6-8pm. Public welcome!
Debbie Tobin & I are doing a joint show at Backstage Bar’s Gallery Wall until early October, stop by check it out 🙂
The Stonewall Gallery at the Campbell Pottery Store is hosting for the first time the Downtown Edinboro Art & Music Festival Art Show.
The show runs through June 10, 2018.
Mid-Winter Hues Art Show Reception
“Weirton – The City Forged by Steel” Art Exhibition opens Jan. 20, 2018.
I am happy to have some of my work along with twenty-four artists, including Debbie Tobin, who worked through the fall to capture the last days of Weirton’s largest downtown mill buildings.
Artists participating in the competition include: Dale Biesecker, Follansbee; Sara Cottingham, Morgantown; William Dailey, Weirton; Scott Dalrymple, Manchester, NY; Jeanne D’Anniballe, Steubenville, OH; Lindsey Fair, Weirton; Brian Fencl, Wheeling; Stephen Glykas, Weirton; Elissa Greathouse, Chester; Bernard Hartman, Industry, PA; Kimberly Heubel, Weirton; Gina Judy, Richmond, OH; Stephen Opet, Fayetteville, NC; Rich Pantaleo, Monongahela, PA; Jes Reger, Wheeling; Greg Siegwart; Wheeling; Michael Swartzmiller, New Cumberland; Debra Tobin, Ambridge, PA; James Tobin, Ambridge, PA; Gerald Van Scyoc, Steubenville; Jim Watson, Steubenville, OH; and Gregg Webster, New Cumberland.
The exhibit is at
Summit Art Gallery through March 23, 2018
My piece “Summer Bounty II” will be part of Campbell Pottery’s
“In The Garden” Juried Art Show
The show opens on Saturday, July 1st in the Stonewall Gallery.
Reception will be held on Saturday, July 8th, 1-3pm.
Show closes on Sunday, July 30th at 5pm.
June 11, 2017
As part of Harmony’s Annual SpringFest,
the Bottlebrush Gallery is proud to host
“Tobins in Harmony,” a joint art show by
James and Debra Zuzindlak Tobin
of Ambridge, PA.
Jim and Debbie are both artists and musicians.
They own Tobin Studios in Ambridge, a venue for teaching
art and music open to all experience levels.
Both are practicing artists and show their work frequently,
most recently at the West Hills Art League Exhibit & Sale,
and their show at Harmony’s Bottlebrush Gallery.
The Tobins are well-known performers, appearing frequently
throughout the western PA area.
They also host an open mic at the Bottlebrush Gallery
on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Jim and Debbie will be playing at the Harmony Inn
for SpringFest on June 10 as well– stop by and have a listen!
About a year ago Debbie told me to put my guitar down for a while and concentrate on creating some art. Since then we have joined many groups and met many great people. Finally this week I decided it was time to create a website for my artistic endeavors. Here is my latest creation Penn’s Woods.
Spent some time at PNC Park for an event, snapped a few photos and created this piece called City Bridge