Four wooden vases stand in a cluster; they are each a different shade and shape

Hanna Dausch, Four vases, 2020

Locally Sourced

Charity Randall Gallery

They are the faces of the next revolution in making.

Pittsburgh has a long tradition of artisans and industry. Today it is home to a growing cohort of independent designers and makers working in traditional media such as clay, glass, metal, fiber, wood, and paper, and with emergent materials and technologies. Locally Sourced highlights new work by some of the region’s most talented artists and makers of functional goods and furnishings.

These are the producers who are creating opportunities—developing their craft into a business. These are the innovators who are reinventing traditional handwork processes and manufacturing technologies to transform raw and reclaimed materials into products that have utility, durability, and good design. These are the locally sourced.

Locally Sourced is organized by Alyssa Velazquez, curatorial assistant for Decorative Arts & Design.

Featured Makers

Read profiles on the featured makers.

Exhibition Images

Product image of two pieces of minimalist ironwork
Product shot of minimalist decorative light.
Product shot of hand made red bow ties arranged in a diagonal line
Product shot of decorative wall divider.
Product shot of minimalist decorative light.
Product shot of shallow, round, light colored earth wear.
Product shot of minimalist ceramic figure with light glaze.
Product shot of glassware with minimal modern design.


Locally Sourced is generously supported by The Charity Randall Foundation.

Additional gratitude to the Creative Business Accelerator at Bridgeway Capital that supports craft businesses, maker enterprises, design-build shops, and entrepreneurial artists in western Pennsylvania.

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