From Grecian urns and Japanese lanterns to stunning glass chandeliers and striking sculptures, beautiful and inspiring works of art abound throughout the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens campus. Get a glimpse of some of the highlights from our collections.
Open NowTen years after Chihuly at Phipps, master glass artist Jason Gamrath brings a new twist to the art form, creating remarkably accurate botanical pieces on a massive scale, standing from six to 14 feet tall.
Since the Conservatory was built by philanthropist Henry W. Phipps as a gift for the people of Pittsburgh in 1892, Phipps has inherited a numerous artworks — many of which have historical value. See some of the pieces we have acquired through the years.
The BETA (Biophilia Enhanced Through Art) Project is an inspiring collection of art at the Center for Sustainable Landscapes (CSL) that includes paintings, sculptures and more. Showcasing the work of more than 20 local, national and international artists, it takes the CSL to a new level of sensory immersion.
Photos © Paul g. Wiegman