Michael Max Mosorjak: Receding Artist


On view in the Robertshaw Gallery.

As both a painter of Southwestern Pennsylvania landscapes, and conservator of numerous paintings by George Hetzel (1826- 1899), one of the region’s most prolific 19th century landscape and still life painters, Mosorjak explores his personal relationship to the natural world and to the histories of artists who came before him.

All exhibitions are supported by the Hillman Exhibition Fund of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Free admission to exhibitions is generously supported by UPMC Health Plan.


Museum Information

Museum Hours
Wednesday-Sunday > 10am-5pm
Monday & Tuesday > Closed

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
221 N. Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601

Admission to the Museum remains free. To visit, we recommend that visitors make an advance online registrationClick here to register for your visit.

Free admission is supported in part by our generous members, donors and by: UPMC Health Plan

Ample free parking for Museum visitors is available on site.

The Museum and gardens are ADA accessible. For easiest access to the building for those with mobility disabilities, please consider using our North Entrance with pull-in parking spaces located on Academy Hill Place.