Collection I 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 15601For each $10 donation plus $2.50 postage and handling, you will receive one package of six notecards. Each card is a full color reproduction of a different Western Pennsylvania scene:

Bells Mills Covered Bridge Bells Mills Covered Bridge… Bells Mills (#38/65/01), the only remaining authentic one lane covered bridge in Westmoreland County, was built by architect Daniel McClain in 1850. It utilizes a 107′ Burr Arch Truss and is in the Greek Revival style. The bridge spans the Big Sewickley Creek three miles east of West Newton, PA.  (Watercolor) Artist: Gerry Beitel
Greensburg - Mainstreet Greensburg Mainstreet… Westmoreland County Courthouse is one of the region’s most beautiful Beaux Arts Buildings. Erected in 1906, it is the fourth courthouse to occupy this site. Its original architect, William Kauffman, designed the Italian Renaissance style central dome seen from this approach on North Main Street, Greensburg, PA.  (Watercolor) Artist: Susan Pollins
Saint Vincent Basilica Saint Vincent Basilica… Saint Vincent, the first Benedictine monastery in the United States, is located on Route 30, Latrobe, PA. The majestic church, designed by architect William Schickel, is of Rheinish Romanesque style. Brothers from the monastic community assisted lay craftsmen during construction completed in 1905.  (Watercolor) Artist: Margaret Golkosky
Frye's Farm Frye’s FarmThe view of this beautiful, well tended family farm has been enjoyed by travelers along Route 30 east of Greensburg for many years. Clair L. Frye operated it as a dairy farm from 1954 until 1990. His son, Wayne, now raises young cattle on the property. (Pastel) Artist: Betty Reese
Mountain View Inn's Gazebo Mountain View Inn’s GazeboMountain View Inn, located on Route 30 east of Greensburg, overlooks the beautiful Chestnut Ridge landscape. Owned and operated by the Booher family since 1940, the lovely grounds, dining facilities, and guest rooms provide an elegant tradition of hospitality. (Watercolor) Artist: Mary L. Luke
Soda Jerk Soda JerkDelicious memories of childhood – ice cream treats at Valley Dairy! Joseph A. Greubel, the first ice cream entrepreneur in Westmoreland County (1884) provided delivery by horse and buggy. Grandson “Ice Cream Joe” opened the first Valley Dairy in Derry, PA (1938). Family operated now at thirteen locations in nine counties. (Watercolor) Artist: Peg Panasiti


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

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