The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council's Art on the Walls program opened its newest art exhibition this month at Eleven Stanwix, a Downtown Pittsburgh office and retail building. 

Managed by M & J Wikow, LTD, a Chicago-based Real Estate Management company, the Eleven Stanwix Lobby will feature four exhibitions, highlighting new regional artists within each exhibition. Each presentation will be displayed for approximately three months on kiosks and pedestals within the lobby.

By participating in the Art on the Walls program, M & J Wilkow celebrates Pittsburgh's creative community through the exhibition of artwork honoring the people and places of Pittsburgh for the enjoyment of tenants and visitors to Eleven Stanwix.

This inaugural collection features 18 artworks ranging from painting, digital pigment prints, sculpture and mixed media by three artists: Lori Hepner, Kathy Mazur and Robert Nigro. Each piece is available for sale.

"These are trying times for our arts community, but it's partnerships like this that reaffirm the importance of the arts," said Mitch Swain, CEO of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council. "We're grateful for M & J Wilkow's commitment to the arts, and hope that you'll stop by the Eleven Stanwix lobby during your next trip downtown soon to enjoy this beautiful exhibition."

The public is welcome to visit the new exhibition in the lobby of Eleven Stanwix located at 11 Stanwix Street in Downtown Pittsburgh. The lobby is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by appointment only on Saturdays and Sundays. Masks are required for all guests and tenants.

The Art on the Walls program is an exhibition program of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council. Celebrating its 10th year, the program supports the regions visual artists by providing opportunities to display their work while encouraging patrons and corporations to purchase artwork for their collections. To date, the Art on the Walls program has sold more than $60,000 in artworks to corporations, individuals and organizations supporting the careers of our region's artists. Art on the Walls currently exhibits in City of Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto's offices, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, VisitPITTSBURGH and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.

More information and a digital exhibition brochure can be found on the Arts Council's website at For more information on becoming an Art on the Walls partner or purchasing artwork, please contact GPAC's Art on the Walls Clients Manager, Erin O'Neill at