Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh 2017 membership exhibition.
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts • 6300 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh PA 15232
August 11 – October 29, 2017
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5    Sunday 12 – 4


Consider blue. Is it a color, a state of mind, or does it represent a place and time in history for you? We live on a blue planet; blue represents national and political identity; it symbolizes trust, loyalty, confidence and the heavens; blue is associated with harmony but also represents the human emotion of sadness and melancholy. How do you relate? Where is blue represented in your life?

Ruth Snyderman

Ruth Snyderman, arts advocate, juror, speaker, collector, and community organizer, lives in Philadelphia. Snyderman was the founder of The Works Gallery in 1965, after 45 years it has merged with The Snyderman Gallery to form the Snyderman-Works Galleries in the old city neighborhood. in 1970, Ruth was an active founder of The South Street renaissance, stimulating the growth of the arts on South Street in Philly. Ruth has served on the board of The Clay Studio and Collab (connected with the Philadelphia Museum of Art), and is presently on the board of the Watershed Ceramic Center and The Painted bride Art Center. Ruth holds a business degree from Temple university but has always been interested in art. The gallery stimulates her creative interests, as well as dance performances and ethnic music concerts.

Selected Work
  • Exhibition duration: August 11 – October 29, 2017