Artist's Studio Tours

Ever wonder what an artist’s studio looks like? It’s time to find out, virtually of course! Artists featured in our permanent collection will be taking you on a brief video tour of their studios.

The first two artists sharing their studio space are landscape painter Ron Donoughe and Pittsburgh artist Cynthia F. Cooley. The Museum has four of Donoughe’s works, Death of Elaine, Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mill Study, and Neville Coke Works, and two of Cooley’s watercolor paintings, Bucket Series #6 and Furnace Door, in its permanent collection.