Collection II Regional Scenes

To order notecards, send your contribution of $12.50 
plus your name and address to: 
Greensburg Art Club, 230 Todd School Road, Greensburg, PA 15601

Greensburg Art Club’s fundraiser is our Collection II, Regional Scenes Note Cards.
for each $10 donation plus $2.50 postage and handling, you will receive one package of seven notecards. Each card is a full color reproduction of a different Western Pennsylvania scene:

Manordale Farm Manordale Farm …Built in 1861,the barn on the property is located on the Harrison City-Export Road. Manordale Farm was an original grant from the Manor of Denmark, by the William Penn family to Major Hugh Torrance, Revolutionary War veteran. Torrance family descendants presently occupy the farm. Artifacts discovered here indicate much trading was done in the area by Native Americans. (Watercolor) Artist: Gerry Beitel
Greensburg Train Station Greensburg Train Station… Designed by architect William H. Cookman in 1910, the historic Greensburg Train Station is currently in the final stages of renovation. Plans for the property, located at Harrison Avenue and Ehalt Street, include a visitor’s center, shops, offices, and a restaurant. Artist Marie Green’s delightful rendition of the train station is one of many local scenes the nonagenarian has painted.   (Oil) Artist: Marie Green
Westmoreland Museum of American Art Westmoreland Museum of American Art… Located on North Main Street, Greensburg, PA, the Museum was a gift to the community by Mary Marchand Woods. This local treasure features nationally recognized exhibitions (for example, the recent Cecilia Beaux exhibition),collections of fine art, folk art, and toys from the 18th century to the present. The Museum also offers tours, lectures, classes, and an extensive library. (Watercolor) Artist: Susan Pollins
Pollins' Farm Pollins’ FarmOne of William Penn’s five Manor lands, this property was named Sewickly Manor for its location overlooking Sewickley Creek in Unity Township. Received through Penn’s heirs, the farm has remained in the Pollins family through many generations. This scene captures the essence of the barn built by David S. Pollins in 1849. (Watercolor) Artist:Evelyn Sharbaugh
Pollock's Barn Pollock’s BarnThe red barn, with stone foundation and original timbers, reflects a time long past. At least 120 years old, local folklore suggests that it was once neighbor to a moonshine still. It is located in Unity Township on Possum Hollow Road, near Lycippus.  (Oil) Artist: Nina Stahlberg
Oakford Park Fruit Market Oakford Park Fruit MarketColorful fruits and vegetables catch your eye at this popular market. Open from March through December, plants, fruits, vegetables, and cut Christmas trees are available in season. Located on Route 130 near Jeannette, the market has been owned and operated by Charles and Linda Elardo for 25 years.  (Oil Pastels) Artist: Linda Quigley
Marinara MarinaraThe artist’s rendition of pasta sauce and its fresh, fragrant ingredients represents Rizzo’s Malabar Inn, Crabtree, Pennsylvania. Fine Italian food, made from the original family recipes, has been served here since 1935. Two generations of the DeFabo family continue to own and operate the popular local restaurant.   (Watercolor) Artist: Peg Panasiti


Photographer for the Greensburg Art Club Note Card Projects was Richard McWherter.

For information on exhibits, purchasing art works or notecards, please call the Art Center at 724.837.6791 or email the Greensburg Art Center.